The Holon-based company develops AI big-data analytics for the semiconductor and automotive industries.
The Israeli fund will invest in urgent technological solutions triggered by global pandemics and other health emergencies.
Tomer Cohen was previously cofounder and CEO of Jobit, a placement agency that supports the careers of the millennial generation.
Israeli tech companies, which raised a record $8.3 billion in 2019, have raised over $4 billion in the first five months of 2020, despite the Covid-19 crisis.
The company, which has developed an implant for delayed release of antibiotics, plans an IPO at a $300 million valuation.
65% of tech startups with ten or fewer employees say they won't last six months without additional finance.
The company has developed an advanced decision support system for precision irrigation based on its miniature stem-water potential (SWP) sensor.
Hosted from Tel Aviv, the "Big in Japan" webinar discussed how despite Covid-19 and perhaps because of it, Japanese interest in Israeli startups is growing.
MUFG Innovation Partners has tripled its investment in Fundbox’s Series C round, bringing total equity funding in the round to almost $200 million.
The Israeli company is developing a platform using artificial intelligence to accurately detect and spray weeds in real-time.
Mayer Group unit Teleclal, which already holds over 70% of BuyMe, is buying out the stakes of Micha Berkuz, Shai Darin, and Tal Zur.
The firm was founded in 2018 by Gili Raanan. Lior Simon has now joined as a partner.
Team8 chair Yuval Shachar talks to "Globes" about lessons of previous crises, and the resilience of his firm's unique VC model.
Moovit CEO Nir Erez says Intel's $900 million acquisition has a place in the Guinness book of records for the biggest deal in which the parties never met face-to-face.
Start-Up Nation Central CEO Eugene Kandel warns Israel's tech ecosystem won't recover from the crisis without Israeli institutional investors.
Seven technology investors discuss how entrepreneurs should face up to a changed world.
Point.AI finds people on the autistic spectrum highly suited to its business of AI annotation.
Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.