How much is Playtech asking for TradeTech and which Israeli industry is worth $6.5 billion?
CTech Daily Roundup: 250 companies and $6.5 billion - An in-depth look at Israel’s healthtech industry
Playtech selling its financial division TradeTech for $200-250 million. Several parties and groups are showing interest in the company, including an Israeli group combining the Fortissimo Investment Fund, Israeli entrepreneur Zvika Barenboim, and several institutional bodies. Read more
Koch’s tech investment arm leads $45 million funding round in ProteanTecs. The Israel-based electronics health monitoring services company aims to use the capital to expand its business activities. Read more
Israeli entrepreneurs will find a new breed of investors in the UAE. Leave politics behind and focus on business, HFN partner Nimrod Kozlovski urges Israeli entrepreneurs. Read more
Israeli employee engagement platform Eloops wants to ‘Gamify’ the office. Employees earn virtual coins that can be used to buy one-on-one meetings, experiences, mentorships, or swag. Read more
Tips | Your employees are your only certainty in times of crisis. 5 ways to motivate your employees in remote working environments. Read more
Opinion | The public deserves a healthier healthcare industry. The coronavirus pandemic has called the FDA's bluff. The public now knows that when necessary, it is entirely possible to make significant shortcuts that save years of development and billions of dollars. Read more