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CTech's Wednesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

CTech's Wednesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Netanyahu’s Likud one seat behind Gantz’s Blue and White party; Analysis: the morning after the election: stability is a major challenge

CTech  :  2019-09-18T15:36:02..
Election | Netanyahu’s Likud one seat behind Gantz’s Blue and White party. Israel’s general election ended in a near-tie between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party and Benny Gantz’s Blue and White party. Both lack the support needed to secure their leader the prime minister’s seat. Read more

Analysis | The morning after the election: stability is a major challenge. The new government will not have a grace period. Immediately after its establishment it will have to pass the budget and start tackling all the problems postponed following April’s failed election. Read more
Ayman Odeh, head of The Joint List. Photo: Amit Sha Ayman Odeh, head of The Joint List. Photo: Amit Sha'al Ayman Odeh, head of The Joint List. Photo: Amit Sha
Video advertising company Innovid acquires marketing company Herolens for $30 million. Founded in 2007, Innovid partners with brands and ad agencies to deliver videos to connected TVs, mobile devices, and social platforms, and lists Fox, Samsung, and Hulu among its customers. Read more

Triventures, Sheba Medical Center launch seed-stage digital healthcare fund. The fund has already raised over half of its $40 million target and made a first investment, according to Triventures co-founder Michal Geva. Read more

BiblioTech | CTech’s book review: no easy path to success. Citigroup’s head of venture investing Israel Ornit Shinar on Ben Horowitz's "The Hard Thing About Hard Things". Read more

Tarsius Pharma receives 2.4 million euros EU grant to combat blinding diseases. The company intends to use the funding to start clinical development of its technology. Read more

Robotic automation software company UiPath opens Israeli outpost. Ofer Rahum, a former Microsoft executive, will serve as the company’s country manager in Israel. Read more

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