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OurCrowd and 18 Israeli startups win 2016 Red Herring Awards

Since 1996, leading tech news magazine Red Herring annually reviews thousands of candidates for each of its three Top 100 awards (Asia, Europe and the Americas). The Red Herring Award is widely recognized as one of the industry’s more prestigious awards. Each year for the past decade, there has been a strong Israeli presence among the companies nominated for the Red Herring Awards. This year, Israel had a strong showing with 19 companies named winners, including OurCrowd and 2 of our portfolio companies! The Red Herring Top 100 award winners include some of the most exciting Israeli startups that exhibit unparalleled innovation and economic ingenuity. There is no doubt about it: Israel has become a world leader in startup success. Famously titled as the ‘Startup Nation’, Israel has earned international acclaim for its cutting-edge innovations, startups, and research in the fields of science, technology, medicine, and the environment. Check out the OurCrowd representatives within the 2016 Red Herring Europe Top 100 Israeli winners: CropX CropX is an ag-analytics company that has developed the world’s most advanced adaptive irrigation service that enables farmers to harness the power of sensors to optimize irrigation, fertilization, sowing and crop protection in order...

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19 Israeli startups among Red Herring Europe Top 100 winners

Since 1996, leading tech news magazine Red Herring annually reviews thousands of candidates for each of its three Top 100 awards (Asia, Europe and the Americas) and is widely recognized as one of the industry’s more prestigious awards. Each year for the past decade, there has been a strong Israeli presence among the companies nominated for the Top 100 Europe category, where Israeli firms compete. This year, Israel had a strong showing with 19 companies named winners. Out of these 19 Israeli companies, six are members of OurCrowd’s portfolio (and some are current investment opportunities)! The Red Herring Top 100 award winners include some of the most exciting Israeli startups that exhibit unparalleled innovation and economic ingenuity. There is no doubt about it: Israel has become a world leader in startup success. Famously titled as the ‘Startup Nation’, Israel has earned international acclaim for its cutting-edge innovations, startups, and research in the fields of science, technology, medicine, and the environment. Check out the OurCrowd representatives within the 2015 Red Herring Europe Top 100 Israeli winners: BioCatch BioCatch has developed a novel form of authentication used by online businesses to continuously guarantee users are who they say they...

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9 Israeli startups among Red Herring Europe Top 100 winners

Since 1996, leading tech news magazine, Red Herring annually reviews thousands of candidates for each of its 3 Top 100 awards (Asia, Europe and the Americas) and is widely recognized as one of the industry’s more prestigious awards. Each year for the past decade, there has been a strong Israeli presence among the companies nominated for the Top 100 Europe category, where Israeli firms compete. This year, Israel set a new best with 30 startups being nominated, out of which 9 were named winners. There is no doubt about it: Israel has become a world leader in startup success. Famously titled as the Startup Nation, Israel has earned international acclaim for its cutting-edge innovations, startups and research in the fields of science, technology, medicine and the environment. The Red Herring Top 100 award winners include some of the most exciting Israeli startups that exhibit unparalleled innovation and economic ingenuity. Check out the 2014 Red Herring Europe Top 100 Israeli winners below: B.I.S. Advanced Software Founded in 1987, B.I.S. Advanced Software Systems Ltd. is a leading provider of advanced data connectivity, transfer and management software solutions for the enterprise environment. Checkmarx Checkmarx, founded in 2006, developed technology to analyze...

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