Hi-tech in general, and start-ups specifically, are male-dominated. That’s even truer when you are talking about the start-up automotive arena, says Gal Aharon, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Engie.

Her company designed a special automotive malfunction reader that plugs into your car to assess a problem, then transports the data on the malfunction via Bluetooth technology to an app that offers more information on the damage, connects you to a mechanic, and helps determine how much the repair should cost.

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