A Turkish businessman is attempting to ‘start up’ Turkish-Israeli investor-business relations. heck out 10 startups disrupting TV technology. Meet OurCrowd’s new president, who himself is living the changing world of finance.
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Driving innovation: SaaS vehicle company, GreenRoad, raises $26M
SaaS driver behavior and fleet performance service provider GreenRoad Technologieshas raised $26 million. GreenRoad provides fleet businesses a single, comprehensive solution for changing driver behavior and managing fleet performance. The company’s platform helps fleet operators improve driving safety, increase fuel economy, lower insurance premiums, and reduce accident-related costs. Headquartered in California, the company has an R&D center in Israel and an office in London. Learn more.
OurCrowd in the News
- Jon Medved featured in The Times of Israel
- Bizzabo featured in e27
- Apploi featured in The Baltimore Sun
- Boatbound featured in Realty Today
- OurCrowd featured in Crowdfund Insider
- Surgical Theater featured on KING 5 News
- Boatbound featured in 7×7
- Cimagine featured on TLV1 Radio
We interrupt this broadcast to bring you 10 hot TV-tech startups
Don’t touch that dial! At this year’s third annual Keshet conference in Jerusalem, ten Israeli startups took to the stage, each hoping to disrupt the way you watch and interact with your television screen. Geektime, a leading Israeli tech blog, profiled these 10 TV-tech startups that hope to show there are big things happening on the small screen. See the full list.
Meet OurCrowd’s President: Anthony DeChellis on the state of individual investing and the future of the crowd
Join us for our upcoming webinar with Anthony DeChellis, OurCrowd’s new president. Anthony will present the changing investing ecosystem and how the wisdom of the crowd will soon rule the world of finance. Tuesday, March 31st (7:00pm Israel / 12:00pm ET / 9:00am PT) >> Reserve your seat on the webinar
Turkish tech pro seeks to build bridges with Israeli startups
Israel’s newest start-up partner is one of the unlikeliest – but according to Turkish businessman Cagdas Onen, there is no reason that this country and Israel can’t get along, at least on tech. “My vision is to create a bridge for start-ups and investors, each coming and going in each direction for the mutual benefit of both our countries,” Onen told The Times of Israel. Get to know Cagdas.
The London Stock Exchange is courting Israeli companies
Executives from Israeli startups attending the UK Israel Investor Summit received a surprisingly warm welcome. While a Wall Street flotation is the holy grail of Israeli companies, particularly in the tech and biomed sectors, the LSE is eager to change this view. The event came at a time when more Israeli companies than ever are listing on international stock exchanges. Learn more.
OurCrowd’s News Nuggets
- 10 cool Israeli apps that could change the way you work and play (Israel21c)
- Dynamic content marketing distributor, Keywee, raised $9.1M (Geektime)
- 7 reasons why Israeli cybersecurity will remain hot (VentureBeat)
- Mobile phone security company, Skycure, raises $8M (Globes)
- Meet the top Israeli startups revolutionizing tourism (NoCamels)
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