‘When I started to be involved in the world of digital printing, there was very little public information on how to make the inks, so I had to learn from scratch.’
Israel-based Freightos seeks to update and streamline the world’s $4 trillion dollar freight industry over land, rail, air and water.
Tel Aviv’s 3D Factory sets a global trend with a do-it-yourself ‘experience store’ where anyone can print an actual object from a computer design.
Israeli startups get nurtured and mentored in UpWest Labs, a Silicon Valley high-tech accelerator founded just for them.
At Campus TLV for Moms, enterprising young mothers learn business tips from the pros while nursing, burping and changing their babies.
TestFairy helps app developers assess how their product performs on thousands of different types of Android mobile devices.
Middle East Education through Technology (MEET) brings together ambitious teens from diverse Israeli sectors and nurtures their entrepreneurship.
ISRAEL21c scouts out the most exciting advances on display at NanoIsrael 2014 in Tel Aviv, an event that drew thousands from 30 countries.
Aniways tech makes it easier to add emoticons to chats, along with a monetizing tool for app developers and a fun way for brands to interact with customers.
ISRAEL21c looks at some of the ingredients that have made the White City on the Mediterranean second only to Silicon Valley.