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In Yardena’s hand was an oversized, oval-shaped capsule, the size of a pill bug – that is, if a pill bug got caught under a radioactive beam and grew in power like a hi-tech Spider-Man.
Digital health start-ups raised a record $511m. in financing in 2018, and already raised some $214m. during the first quarter of 2019.
In November 2018, the company announced it had raised $4.5m. in seed funding, led by G20 Ventures and Capri Ventures.
The company aims to solve one of the greatest threats facing the telecommunications industry today.
By EYTAN HALON
Bank Leumi’s Ran Gavriel Zivan on creatively solving problems in new way.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Jerusalem is increasingly producing some of Israel’s most exciting, impactful, and successful technology companies.
By HILLEL FULD
Ten selected start-ups will participate in the accelerator taking place in both Berlin and Minneapolis, and receive funding of up to $120,000 each.
There are many reasons why someone would need to wear an ECG medical device that can provide vital information to healthcare providers. But wearing them can be obtrusive and embarrassing.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Israeli and European Jewish entrepreneurs to meet in Vienna.
By ELI MANDELBAUM
A total of 2,771 companies from 132 countries submitted their candidacy for the competition, while out of the ten finalists, four of them were Israeli.
By ALON EINHORN
Shvimer-Rothschild: "It is important for us to make our treatment accessible to people around the globe."
By DAVID LEVI REIN
"The Israeli start-up landscape in 2018 took another step in the global direction of more money funneled into less deals," said Benzi Segev, CEO of IVC Research Center.
In the past year, Ituran’s national control center received 15,000 calls from the accident sensor, according to the company.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
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