Posts Tagged ‘startups’

The Highest-Valued Startups In The World

What’s the highest-valued startup in the world? Why, ByteDance – makers of Chinese social media app TikTok, which one might suspect endeavors to drive the collective IQ into double-digits one ADHD-triggering clip at a time, according to the CB Insights unicorn list (the valuation, not the commentary). In fact, as Katharina Buchholz of Statista further […]

Pentagon Mobilized to Support Tech Startups After Bank Failure

Via: Defense One: In the hours after Silicon Valley Bank collapsed on March 10, Pentagon officials who work directly with startups that develop national-security technologies grew increasingly concerned. Would startups that had money in the bank need to stop work? If that happened, would there be supply-chain disruptions? Would a company under financial stress put its […]

Free Zones and new visas attract startups & entrepreneurs

On September 5th, the United Arab Emirates Government announced a roadmap for the next 50 years. This plan is for the country’s economic, political and social growth. The UAE created new visas to attract new talent. They will target high-skilled people, investors, entrepreneurs, top students and graduates. Previously, Dubai announced that a new remote work […]

Israeli startups raising funds virtually and faster, survey shows

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way tech firms operate, with virtual pitches and increased competition for deals cutting down the time it takes to close a deal almost by half, a new survey of over 200 startups shows. Startup Snapshot, a data sharing platform for the Israeli startup ecosystem, on Thursday published a report […]

Survey: Israeli Startups Raising Funds Faster, No Longer Dependent on Relocating

Employees of the D-ID startup company work at the company’s office in Tel Aviv, Israel, Feb. 7, 2018. Photo: Reuters / Amir Cohen. CTech – Israeli tech has displayed an impressive ability to quickly adapt during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a survey of over 200 Israeli early-stage startups conducted by Intel Ignite, Intel’s startup […]

Tech Companies Put Billions Into Startups Aiming to Harvest the Blood of Children for Rejuvenation, Anti-Aging

Powerful tech corporations are putting billions of dollars into startups that intend to harvest the blood of children for the purposes of rejuvenation and anti-aging. Newsweek published a profile on the growing industry, which includes injecting stem cells taken from dead mutilated fetuses into people, of humans playing God with disastrous consequences. Stanford University neurologist Tony Wyss-Coray […]

Israeli startups join craze as SPACs pack stock market with quickie IPOs

Earlier this month, Herzliya-based Otonomo announced that it would be going public. To get listed on Nasdaq, the company, which makes a cloud-based platform that allows car companies, service providers and apps to share and integrate data generated by vehicles, would normally need to go through a long, complicated process, opening its books to prospective […]

Startups with no revenues, but big plans, take Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by storm

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Israeli startups angle for Wall Street’s big tech party

At least 10 Israeli companies are seeking listings in the United States at valuations ranging up to $5 billion, as cash-rich investors with few opportunities flock to technology

Pets, jewelry, streaming: Meet the Hybrid accelerator’s Arab Israeli startups

Afaf Shehab, 27, and Basil Hawari, 32, have three things in common: they live in Haifa, they have a past in computer programming and they have a deep passion for pets. In fact, they love pets so much they set out to develop an app that will serve as an information hub for pet owners. […]

The startups at the heart of Facebook’s antitrust woes in Israel

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New tech accelerator seeks to boost startups in construction sector

Israeli workspace sharing firm OpenValley and Israeli construction company Stern Engineering Ltd. have set up a joint accelerator program to foster startups in the construction technology sector. The construction sector in Israel accounts for 10 percent of Israel’s GDP and is valued at around NIS 90 billion ($26 billion), the two firms said in a […]

Tel Aviv to hold 24-hour online hackathon in bid to create 100 new startups

In a bid to get recently unemployed tech professionals to set up startups, the Tel Aviv Municipality along with Google and Microsoft and other industry players will be holding what they say is Israel’s “biggest 24-hour online bootcamp” in which mentors will work with fledgling entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to fruition. The aim is […]

How US sanctions will impact Iranian startups

Al-Monitor | Alireza Ramezani: On May 8, US President Donald Trump finally carried out his threat to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran. Agreed on by Iran and six world powers back in 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) still has the support of its remaining signatories, namely the European Union, […]

Top Teething Problems Facing Small Business Startups and Their Remedies

Are you planning to venture into business after your graduation or are you already in one? If you are, then it is necessary to look at the other side of the coin – the challenges. Yes, it is true you have big dreams to succeed in business. However, having balanced […]

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