Leading business and finance website, The Wall Street Journal, featured OurCrowd’s portfolio company Pixie. The company is both a technology platform and a consumer product with the goal of keeping the things that matter to you — and to others — in sight.
It is the kind of question that pops up with alarming frequency: Where are my keys? Where are my glasses? Where is the cat? A growing number of companies large and small are racing to provide answers via wireless tags that can be attached to household objects (or pet collars) and located with the aid of a smartphone. Amir Bassan-Eskenazi wants to take the concept further. The Israeli entrepreneur co-founded Pixie Technology Inc., which aims to find things with an unusual degree of precision.
Pixie raised $1,547,123 from OurCrowd investors in November 2014.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal here.