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Free clinic at IDC Herzliya gives future lawyers exposure to underserved populations and gives new entrepreneurs help with all their legal needs.
Alon Moreshet is excited about the beta launch of his startup Guiderr, an online platform matching travelers with local tour guides who share their interests. The concept could not have become a reality, he tells ISRAEL21c, without free legal assistance from the IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups.
The first clinic of its kind in Israel has a unique social twist: It gives priority to social ventures and to entrepreneurs from underserved populations such as new immigrants, women, residents of peripheral areas, minorities (ultra-orthodox Jews, Arabs and Druze) and people from low socio-economic
Tel Aviv startup's visual search technologies that make images interactive to bolster eBay's buyer experience.
eBay has announced its acquisition of Corrigon, a Tel Aviv-based pioneer of visual search technologies. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but reports put the purchase at under $30 million.
Corrigon has created image recognition software that helps identify objects within an image. The e-commerce giant is going to use this technology to match images to products.
The municipal company Tel Aviv Global and Kenya have announced today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the development of a new “smart city” in south-eastern Kenya, as part of the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival of 2016.
The Konza Technopolis Development Authority (KoTDA), also dubbed “Silicon Savannah” city or “Techno City,” is a $14.5 billion project which will feature a science and business park, convention center, shopping malls, hotels and international schools
Last week the EMS World Expo took place in New Orleans and among the over 5,000 distinguished EMS leaders from around the world who were in attendance were, the Senior Vice President of International Operation of United Hatzalah Dovi Maisel and the Director of International Operations for United Rescue Shai Jaskoll.
Among the topics discussed by the top industry experts who attended the five-day-long conference was the ability to meet the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare system and
Here’s what Bill Gates, Carlos Slim Helu, Mark Cuban, Donald Trump, and Warren Buffett all have in common.
Of course, they’re all multi-billionaires. But there’s something lesser known about these five: They stand amongst an ever-growing number of people that have or are currently investing millions of dollars in the Israeli tech industry. More specifically, Israeli tech startups.
The next question is, why? What makes the Israeli tech industry so unique that these well-known billionaires