In honor of the eight candles of Hanukkah, we decided to present you with eight basic concepts related to high-tech, both so that you will sound more understanding every time you talk about the industry that drives Israelis crazy and also because it is less fattening than donuts.
Haifa is emerging as one of the areas where international excellence is developing in the field of digital health, and this week (Thursday) an exposure event was held for the 8 startups of Startup City Haifa – a digital health accelerator operating in the city.
The graduates of the first class of the entrepreneurship program for the Arab society presented the developments they worked on.
While entire branches of the tech industry are experiencing an unprecedented slowdown that is leading to a drought in high-tech investments, the healthcare, industrial and climate sectors continue to thrive and raise cash as before – and even more so.
Investing isn’t work for Eitan Kyiet, CEO of Road2 Haifa and principal at Friendly Angels Club. It is a labor of love that he undertakes alongside his career.
Expanding communication services to optimize service to customers in network consumption, including ventures born in Israel after fertilization abroad and the danger lurking at the entrances of desalination facilities that could paralyze the water supply.
Investors share with us the reasons that led to a missed exit of half a billion dollars, or the investment in some of the most well-known unicorns in the Israeli ecosystem
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For Procrastination Day, managers in the industry share how they overcome the tempting urge to do tomorrow what they don’t have to do today
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