What is Jerusalem doing in order to become the next startup city and which Israeli startups should you look out for this upcoming year? Read up on these news items and more stories from the Startup Nation, below…
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How Jerusalem is seeking to become Israel’s new ‘start-up city’
The Jerusalem Development Authority is committed to strengthening hi-tech in the capital. How will they do it? Read more.
OurCrowd & Portfolio Companies in the News
- mPrest featured in The Jerusalem Post
- BioCatch featured in PR Newswire
- OurCrowd CEO Jon Medved featured in Crowdfund Insider
- Briefcam featured in PR Newswire
- Zoomcar featured in Business Standard
- Argus featured in PR Newswire
Intel inaugurates Israel production line
$6 billion was invested in the next generation chip production line in Kiryat Gat, including a $300 million government grant. Read more.
Rhon Klinikum invests in Israeli company Inovytec
The German medical services company has invested several millions dollars in the Israeli resuscitation product developer. Read more.
Israeli women entrepreneurs make presence felt
Startups from the WFF women’s accelerator have raised over $20 million. Read more.
- Using AI, Israel’s Aperio protects infrastructure from hackers (Times of Israel)
- Israel, Germany, launch €30 million plan to advance nanotechnology (JPost)
- Israeli startup Sealights raises huge $11M first funding round (Geektime)
- 15 Israeli startups to watch in 2017 (Inc.)
- 3 Israeli startups raise $37M (Globes)
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