(Yet Another) Israeli startup, Varonis, files for $100M IPO
Israeli software manufacturer, Varonis Systems is getting ready to go public. The Israeli startup has filed for a $100M IPO, making it the third Israeli company to file to go public since the beginning of 2013, joining Wix and Enzymotec. To read more about Varonis and its IPO plans, click here.
Amazing technological advances in the motor vehicle world have happened over the past few years, perhaps the most exciting being the self driving car. Google is probably the leading player in the game right now, but GM is hot on its tail. Much of GM’s smart-car project’s R&D is being done in Israel. To read more about GM’s smart-car and Israel’s key role in its creation, click here.
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One-on-One with Yossi Vardi
At 71 years old, Yossi Vardi, one of Israel’s most seasoned and successful entrepreneurs, has been around longer than the Startup Nation itself. And during this time, Vardi has chalked up great successes and some not-so-great failures. In a one-on-one interview, Vardi talks about what makes Israel such a hotbed of innovation and how his success would never have happened without his failures as well. To read the full interview click here.
Intel Capital invests $10M in three Israeli startups
Intel Capital recently announced a $65M investment across 16 startups in nine countries, of which $10M was invested into three Israeli companies: Interlude, Reduxio and Rocketic. To read more about Intel’s investment plans in Israel, click here.
Despite IPO rumors, Outbrain raises $35M
Over the past couple of months, there were growing rumors of a potential IPO by content recommendation startup, Outbrain. In the meantime, Outbrain has secured a $35M private investment. To read more, click here.