What is the best-kept secret in the tech industry and are SPACs coming to Tel Aviv?
CTech Daily Roundup: Moovit to help Israel’s citizens navigate to polling stations on Tuesday
CTech | 22:11 21.03.2021
“Think twice about whose money you take”: 21 tips for aspiring unicorns. Lior Handelsman took part in turning SolarEdge into a $15 billion company and offers some advice for ambitious entrepreneurs. Read more Tel Aviv Stock Exchange gearing up for its first SPAC offering. The founders of the Excellence Nessuah investment house are in advanced negotiations with the Israel Securities Authority to make Israel the second country after the U.S. to enable Special Purpose Acquisition Companies. Read more Read more Moovit to help Israel’s citizens navigate to polling stations on Tuesday. In Israel’s unprecedented fourth election in two years, Moovit is helping boost turnout to combat voter fatigue. Read more Israel’s RevitalVision expands its vision technology to U.S and Europe. The technology can help young children and adults with lazy eye by stimulating the brain’s visual cortex. Read more Interview | One executive’s journey from an Arab village in the Galilee to Silicon Valley. Ziyad Hanna began his career as a construction worker, then a high school teacher, and now is Corporate VP at Cadence, one of the world’s largest software companies. Read more Israel missed a unique opportunity to dig itself out of the tech job hole. Instead of isolating people, the state should have used the time to upskill them, says CEO of tech training company Elevation. Read more Employer Branding | Intuit Israel: “We are at times referred to as the best-kept secret in the tech industry.” Intuit serves more than 50 million people and has 11,000 global employees, and yet Israelis probably haven’t heard of them. So how do they attract local talent? Read more The Israeli startup helping fleets navigate the stormy waters of cybersecurity at sea. Cydome Security aims to provide a cyber solution to seamlessly safeguard the maritime IoT ecosystem. Read more
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