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Israeli Gut Microbiome-Analysis Startup DayTwo Appoints New VP of Technology

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Israeli Gut Microbiome-Analysis Startup DayTwo Appoints New VP of Technology

David Sayag served as CTO of taxi-hailing company Gett before joining DayTwo

CTech  :  2019-01-07T17:11:21..
Tel Aviv-based gut microbiome startup DayTwo Ltd. appointed David Sayag as vice president of technology, the company announced Monday. Sayag served as chief technology officer at Israeli taxi-hailing company Gett Inc. between 2012 and 2016. Founded in 2015, DayTwo offers personalized nutrition optimization suggestions based on feces analysis to determine gut microbiome DNA.

In December, DayTwo announced a new $5 million lab, citing an increase in its client base and plans to enter the U.S. market. The 500-square-meter lab will process over 100,000 feces samples a year, DayTwo said. The company has raised $17 million to date from investors including Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. co-founder Marius Nacht and Israeli basketball player Omri Casspi.

David Sayag. Photo: Smadar Kafri David Sayag. Photo: Smadar Kafri David Sayag. Photo: Smadar Kafri

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