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Which Israeli company is embarking on a $4 billion Nasdaq IPO and what have VCs learned from Covid-19?

Which Israeli company is embarking on a $4 billion Nasdaq IPO and what have VCs learned from Covid-19?

CTech Daily Roundup: Survey finds majority of Israelis aren’t worried about sharing vaccine data with drug companies

CTech | 22:47  04.02.2021
WalkMe prepares to go public at a $4 billion valuation. Unlike a slew of other Israeli companies who have chosen to merge with a SPAC, WalkMe has chosen to enter Wall Street through the front door. Read more

Survey finds majority of Israelis aren’t worried about sharing vaccine data with drug companies. While Israelis overwhelmingly disagree with sharing their medical data with state security agencies, they are willing to do so with drugmakers in exchange for Covid-19 vaccines. Read more

Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Courtesy Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Courtesy Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Courtesy

Covid-19 taught us anything is possible, admit Israeli VC executives. "We ended up having a record year in which we invested in more startups than ever before," said Pitango's Eyal Niv. Read more

Binah.ai launches ‘Binah Team,’ helping companies with employee wellbeing. The app is available on iOS, Android, and Windows in 12 different languages to help combat stress and anxiety. Read more

HR Post Covid | Salt Security: Covid-19 showed us the true meaning of teamwork. The company experienced 200% growth and secured two funding rounds - all in the middle of a pandemic. But how? Read more

Big-Tech 50 R&D Partnership raises NIS 85 million in TASE IPO. Big-Tech 50 R&D aims to build a portfolio of the 50 biggest private tech companies in Israel, by purchasing existing shares from the company's current shareholders. Read more

Round B | What to expect when you’re expecting: The CEO edition. Flying Pigs CEO Shaul Olmert compares doing a product version update to visiting the doctor to see your baby’s ultrasound. Read more

Appointments | Six Intel-Israel executives are moving up the corporate ladder. The six appointees are moving across various departments, signaling there’s room to grow at Israel’s largest employer. Read more

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