At the forefront of this cooperation is OurCrowd, the Jerusalem-based crowd equity platform, whose stable has included headline-grabbing brands like Insightec, Maniv Mobility, mPrest and dozens of others at the vanguard of Israel’s deep tech revolution. Read more on Red Herring here.
Israeli-based global equity crowdfunding company OurCrowd today announced a new business partnership with Halma, a UK-based global group of life-saving technology companies. Read more on Globes here.
Jump bikes may not solve New York’s transportation crisis — but they sure are fun. Read more on New York Post here.
Israeli crowdfunding company OurCrowd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Italy’s Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center, a subsidiary of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, to promote start-up access to international capital markets. Read more on The Jerusalem Post here.
BrainQ, an Israel-based startup that aims to help stroke victims and those with spinal cord injuries treat their injuries with the help of a personalized electromagnetic treatment protocol, today announced that it has raised a $5.3 million funding round on top of the $3.5 million the company previously raised. Read more on TechCrunch here.
BriefCam, a tech firm that transforms raw video into actionable intelligence and OurCrowd portfolio company, has been acquired by Canon, Inc. a global leader in digital imaging solutions. Read more on Crowdfund Insider here.
Israel-based Equity crowdfunding company OurCrowd Ltd. is partnering with Bangkok Bank Public Company Ltd., Thailand’s largest bank, OurCrowd announced Wednesday. Read more on Calcalist here.
OurCrowd, a global leader in equity crowdfunding, today announced its further expansion in Asia, with an innovative partnership with Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited (“BBL”), one of Thailand and Southeast Asia’s premier commercial banks. Read more on Business Wire here.
OurCrowd, which has achieved 20 exits from company investments since launching in 2012 and currently backs 150 start-ups and scale-ups including one in Australia, allows wholesale investors to back those companies with a minimum investment of $10,000. Read more on Financial Review here.
The company provides individual players a way to invest in venture Capital level deals on the same terms as major institutional investors. Watch the video on Sky News Australia here.