This is how startups are helping us live with increasingly harsher atmospheric conditions.
startups in Israel
Tekoia wants you to continue life as a couch potato.
They’re assisting developers identify users that are likely to engage in an in-app purchase.
Rounds is banking on its emotional appeal to continue growing.
Tweezar is bringing traders and consumers closer together, which should make diamonds cheaper.
Samurai Incubate is trying to build its footprint in Israel, to help stimulate growth back home.
Now there’s no need to go wild at the airport as you try to spend those foreign coins and notes.
StartupEast has a unique program. Startups divide their time between Israel and Southeast Asia, and only ventures eyeing Asian markets are welcome to apply.
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The service helps developers identify and target premium users who tend to pay more.
InfinityAR makes a software-based augmented reality (AR) engine that will let people interact with augmented content in their physical surroundings.
Yozma's grand plan for Asia will involve a campus, an accelerator, and a fund.
Votiro was founded by two veterans of the Israel Defense Force’s elite intelligence unit. Now, they are bringing their experience to Japan.
Dropbox says that the Israeli office will be used as a base for “aggressive hiring” in the region.
Qork blends Reddit and Yik Yak to make a hyperlocal social network that’s useful and (hopefully) friendly
Highly localized social networks have a very bad reputation right now due to things like online abuse. This new startup is doing things differently.
Samurai Incubate will have front-row seats to the growing startup scene in Israel.
Pirate Kings invites may have slowed down in some countries, but the game is far from dying out. In fact, it’s just getting started.
Viber has a large user base to defend against Line’s new host of services.