What tech sectors are ripe for women to lead and how can the tech ecosystem reach gender equality?
CTech Daily Roundup: “They have this image of a successful entrepreneur... and then along comes a woman”
Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change. “I can’t think of anything more empowering than embracing our whole self, seeing our flaws, and working every day to be the best version of ourselves,” says Lisa Zaythik from Appsflyer. Read more
Say yes to opportunities that come your way. "Even if a role seems too big for you, say yes, and make up for the supposed gap as you go,"
writes Customer Trust Team Lead at Riskified, Lior Hemo. Read more
It’s less about ego, more about collaboration say leading female executives. Bringing their own unique, less competitive, and more empathetic mindset to their careers, many women are entering high tech and senior management positions than ever before. Read more
Randi Zuckerberg hails new tech fields ripe for women to lead. Speaking during Calcalist’s 2021 Forecast Conference, Randi Zuckerberg shares some of her insights surrounding women in tech and diversity. Read more
Online platform Webselenese acquired by Teddy Sagi’s Kape in $149 million deal. The Israeli Webselenese, which has been bootstrapped throughout its existence, will provide Kape with significant online tools in the security and privacy sectors. Read more
Tech entrepreneur Shimrit Perkol-Finkel killed in scooter accident in Tel Aviv. The fatal accident occurred shortly after Perkol-Finkel left the offices of ECOncrete, the eco-friendly marine infrastructure startup she co-founded. Read more
HR Post Covid | Having our employees in one room is “priceless”, says Synamedia. While the world may have gotten used to video calls and hybrid work models, you still can’t beat having the whole company together. Read more
PayPal confirms acquisition of Israel-based Curv. The news comes after CTech reported on the estimated $200 million deal. Read more
Round B | Watch out Microsoft and Google, the Flying Pigs are ready to be outed. After six months of secrecy, Shaul Olmert finally reveals what his new startup Piggy actually does. Read more