‘Evangelical Christians want to help Israel become a ‘light unto the nations’ through the technologies they create.’
Breaking Israel News sat down with Jon Medved in an exclusive interview about his motivations for pioneering Israel’s start-up scene as well as the results of his doing so.
Jerusalem prides itself on being a center of business activity in the Start Up Nation, but one upcoming investor conference is causing a stir in the Holy City.
What is it about Tel Aviv that spawns such incredible creativity and innovation? It’s all about an ecosystem of talented people unafraid of challenge, hard work, and ideals of changing the world.
Israeli tech company Consumer Physics has a dream: to bring our knowledge of the physical world closer to home.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne parasitic disease which affects millions worldwide, especially in tropical areas where the insects breed more extensively.
This video showcases some incredible technology used in our everyday lives, all proudly “made in Israel.” Includes cultural and humanitarian achievements, as well, that have come forth from the Holy Land. Learn more about investing in the Start-Up Nation with OurCrowd
Israel is known for many things around the world. Hummus, falafel and the Israeli pastime of Shesh-Besh (backgammon) are just a small smattering of what has become the flavors of the Land of Israel. However, what is most profound about a country founded only 66 years ago is how Israel has become an international startup superpower.
Safety and security are universal concerns, and the more information at one’s disposal, the more prepared one is to make vital decisions. These are the ideas behind eVigilo’s public alert system, or SMART: Scalable Messaging Application in Real-Time, “a Global solution provider for public warning systems.”
Israel’s business community has increasingly turned eastward towards booming Asian markets—so much so it was recently reported that in 2014, Israel is expected to export more on an annual basis to Asia than it will to the United States.