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How to survive the LinkedIn battlefield and which Israeli companies were recognized by the World Economic Forum?

How to survive the LinkedIn battlefield and which Israeli companies were recognized by the World Economic Forum?

CTech Daily Roundup: Employees, freelancers, and job seekers alike now realize that in the world we live in today the only way to stand out, or even just be noticed, is by making their digital presence count

CTech | 22:44  21.06.2020
As job searches shift to the web, LinkedIn becomes a battlefield. Employees, freelancers, and job seekers alike now realize that in the world we live in today the only way to stand out, or even just be noticed, is by making their digital presence count. Read more  

6 Israeli companies selected as tech pioneers by World Economic Forum. This is the 20th year the WEF has highlighted pioneers, with past members including Google, Twitter and Wikimedia. Read more

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Mastercard partners with installment company Splitit. Splitit lets users spread out their payments at checkout, both in brick and mortar shops and on e-commerce websites, through an interest-free installment plan and up to two credit cards. Read more 

British-Iranian entrepreneur Vincent Tchenguiz backs Israeli battery startup. CENS develops nanotechnology meant to improve the performance of batteries for electric vehicles. Read more

Interview | Wurtman’s roller coaster: From fears of bankruptcy in March to $6 billion exits in June. Jerusalem entrepreneur and investor Elie Wurtman, who struck gold with Vroom and Spot.io, shares insights from three months that changed his life. Read more  

DiplomaTech | Singapore is hungry for Israeli tech to help it meet its food sustainability goals. One of the most advanced and richest cities on the planet, Singapore is an obvious choice for Israeli companies aiming to conquer the world, and in particular Asia. Read more

Kaspersky and AVL Software and Functions develop secure autonomous driving controller. The cybersecurity firm and systems company are integrating their software and hardware to improve safety in self-driving cars. Read more

Data recovery startup Zerto raises $33 million in equity, up to $20 million more in debt. Zerto develops disaster recovery and business continuity software for virtualized infrastructure and cloud environments. Read more

Interview | Covid-19 accelerates the demise of cash, says PayPal CEO. In an interview with Calcalist, Dan Schulman outlines PayPal’s rise during the coronavirus outbreak and why he believes employee financial health is key to a company’s success. Read more 

Opinion | Makeup artists can teach an AI a thing or two about protecting its copyright. As video game popularity surges, creators must consider the legal ramifications of using AIs in the development of their games. Read more

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