Two of the Israeli women entrepreneurs singled out by the magazine in 2013 tell ISRAEL21c if the attention helped fuel their startups.
‘This is the new Internet reality in a nutshell,’ says Israeli founder of first-ever crowdsourced profile app.
SundaySky’s customers include US corporate giants AT&T, Sears, Home Depot and AIG.
Israeli innovators have transformed the ordinary wheel into a futuristic shock-absorbing product for wheelchairs, bikes and more.
Chinese banks, a Brazilian stadium and Cyprus University are among worldwide customers of Israeli security technology company Risco Group.
Weizmann Institute team reports on its groundbreaking cell-on-a-chip that fulfills a longstanding dream of mimicking the dynamics of a living cell.
Want to be better organized, make music with distant friends, avoid your ex, socialize your shopping experience? Israelis have made an app for that.
FeeX uses crowdfunding data to suggest better deals on retirement account fees, so far saving 75,000 users some $300 million.
Major players from the equity crowdfunding and entrepreneurial crowdfunding scenes in Israel tell ISRAEL21c why the platform works so well in Israel.
As futuristic worries about car hacking and the safety of self-driving cars come closer to reality, Israeli auto technology is a hot ticket.