Israel’s Tech, Business Sectors Rally In Support Of LGBTQ Community Over Surrogacy Law
Israeli companies and local branches of multinationals such as IBM, Facebook, and Microsoft give their full backing for a nationwide strike after the Knesset voted in favor of legislation that eases surrogacy regulations but excludes gay couples.
July 22, 2018
‘Kosher’ Co-Working Spaces Aim To Integrate Ultra-Orthodox Into High-Tech Sector
Workspace areas of companies like KamaTech in Bnei Brak and Bizmax in Jerusalem provide ultra-Orthodox Israelis in the high-tech industry with a physical space, mentorship, and collaboration to develop and support startups by members of their community.
July 19, 2018
Second Israeli Tech Firm Joins Rescue Mission To Save Trapped Boys In Thailand
Radwin, an Israeli-based provider of point-to-point broadband wireless solutions, donated equipment to rescue mission racing to save a youth soccer team trapped in a flooding cave in Thailand.
July 09, 2018
This Israeli Tech Helped In Search For Missing Boys Soccer Team in Thailand
Israel's Maxtech Networks deployed emergency radios, with patented, innovative tech which aids mission-critical communication of professional mobile radios.
July 02, 2018
Groundbreaking Breast Cancer Device Wins Big At WeWork Creator Awards In Jerusalem
Israeli startups, non-profit organizations, and a musical group won more than $770,000 during the first-ever awards event in the city.
June 21, 2018
Hire The Neighbors: Could Israeli-Palestinian Tech Initiatives Prove To Be A Win-Win Arrangement?
Israeli and Palestinian entrepreneurs believe they have a mutually beneficial solution for the growing mid-level tech talent crunch in Israel: employ Palestinian engineers, programmers, and developers.
June 18, 2018
Futbol Fun: SodaStream Marks 2018 World Cup With Special-Edition Team Bottles
The Israeli sparkling water company is taking part in one of the biggest sporting events in the world with a special edition seltzer maker and three bottles based on popular teams.
June 13, 2018
Israel Delivers Emergency Aid To Guatemala After Deadly Volcano Eruption
The Volcan de Fuego (volcano of fire) in southwest Guatemala exploded on Sunday, killing at least 75 people.
June 04, 2018
The Israeli Dream: Hospitality Startup Selina Redefines Work And Play For Digital Nomads
With a new $95 million dollar investment, Selina, already an established player in Latin America, is looking to bring its unique brand of lodging and community living to the US, Europe, and Israel.
May 29, 2018
Israeli Innovators Transform Lives Of Injured Veterans With Breakthrough Creations
Makers for Heroes brought together Israeli designers, engineers, and physicians with injured soldiers from Israel, the US, and France for a one-of-a-kind event to make a difference.
May 03, 2018
Cycle City: Tel Aviv Dedicates Mideast’s 1st Olympic-Standard Indoor Velodrome
The Tel Aviv Municipality hopes to host top international cycling competitions at its new, advanced indoor cycling arena, and become a new destination for professional cyclists from the region.
May 02, 2018
These 4 Israeli Startups Are Leading Sustainability Efforts In The Food Sector
From biodegradable packaging to lab-grown meat, these companies are getting sustainability right.
April 09, 2018
Israel Is 11th Happiest Nation In the World, For 5th Consecutive Year
Finland in top spot on World Happiness Report 2018 which also looks at happiness in immigrant populations; US falls to 18th place
March 15, 2018
People Of The Book: Tel Aviv Listed Among 10 Best Literary Cities In The World
Known as the White City, the Green City, and the world's 'Smartest City,' Tel Aviv joins Paris, Mexico City, Dublin, and Seoul on the Independent's list of top literary destinations.
March 11, 2018
For Women’s Day, A Look At 5 Female-Led Initiatives In Israel Tackling The Gender Gap
These Israeli women are working to end the disparity in the tech and science fields through projects and platforms that impact Israeli society.
March 08, 2018