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  • mayay 1:25 pm on October 23, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , app analytics from customer perspective, , israeli startups in new york, moshe vaknin, , youappi app analytics   

    YouAppi App Analytics Closes $3M Funding Round 

    youappiOctober 23, 2014 | Mobile application analytics company YouAppi announced the end of a $3 million funding round. According to the company, the funds will be used to expand the analytics featured offered to mobile app creators who are eager to know how customers interact with their app after they download it. YouAppi specializes in figuring out exactly what developers should do to get the most out of their app according to customer preferences. Glilot Capital Partners, 2B-Angeles and Flint Capital led the funding round. “We have developed a platform for mobile app recommendations based on data analysis,” says company CEO Moshe Vaknin. The company is based in New York, but is managed by Israelis.

     
  • mayay 1:13 pm on October 23, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: global money transfer, israeli money tech companies, tipalti, tipalti money transfer, tipalti payments   

    Tipalti Raises $13M To Expand Global Payments 

    tipaltiOctober 23, 2014 | Mass payouts provider Tipalti announced that the company raised $13 million in funding to help money flow smoothly across borders. Tipalti’s platform allows programers to integrate a line of code into their website in order to solve mass payment solution problems. After registering their information, those who want to pay on the website wait until their method of payment in validated and then instruct Tapalti which country and currency the transfer should be in. Tipalti takes care of the rest with the payee with the service being free for the payer and funded by the payee on their website. Tipalti was co-founded in 2011 by CEO Chen Amit and Chairman Oren Zeev with offices in Israel and Palo Alto, California.

     
  • mayay 4:00 pm on October 22, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: distributed social network for publishers, engaging website community, in-house social networks, , social network technologies, spot.im,   

    Spot.IM Launches First Distributed Social Network For Publishers 

    spotimlogoOctober 22, 2014 | Spot.IM has released the first distributed social network, an online community creation technology that allows any website to become their own social network. The platform will debut on the website TimeOut.com. Using Spot.IM’s platform, publishers and website owners to turn their web traffic into a vibrant community to improve user engagement, monetizing capabilities and a social space.“We’re creating a new social infrastructure that will overlay the web, giving site owners a way to join the social age and succeed,” said Nadav Shoval, CEO and co-founder of Spot.IM together with Ishay Green in 2012.

     
  • mayay 3:34 pm on October 22, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: economic news, ernst and young israel, ey israel, ey journey conference 2014, , israel exits and mergers 2014, oren bar-on   

    EY Report: Israel To See $3-3.5B In Mergers And Acquisitions In 2014 

    Ernst-and-Young-logoOctober 22, 2014 | According to a new report by accounting firm Ernst & Young, due to economic stability in the U.S., Israel and other countries are likely to see more exits and mergers of companies in the coming year. The survey, whose results will be announced at the company’s ‘Journey’ Conference in Tel Aviv on October 30th, 81 percent of senior managers and officials in companies believe that the next year will see a rise in mergers and acquisitions, a 52 percent rise in estimates in the same survey conducted six months ago. In addition, Oren Bar-On, a senior partner at EY, suggested that Israeli companies supported by venture capital firms will see a total of $3-3.5 billion in exits and mergers by the end of 2014. This would be a decrease from 2013 that saw $4.5 billion in mergers and acquisitions.

     
  • mayay 3:21 pm on October 22, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: american-israeli television shows, , dori media group, , , israeli television, media news, sony pictures television israel,   

    Sony Pictures Television Acquires 50% Of Dori Media Group 

    Dori-media-group-logoOctober 22, 2014 | Sony Pictures Television has reportedly acquired 50 percent of Dori Media Group‘s business for tens of millions of shekels, according to estimates. Together, the two companies will form a new subsidiary, Dori TLV, through which they will jointly own the Viva channels in Israel, Viva Walla free video on demand, Baby TV channel in Indonesia, and Dori Media Ot, a dubbing and subtitles service. Dori Media is owned by Tamar Mozes Borovitz and President and CEO Nadav Palti with branches in the United States, Switzerland and Argentina.

     
  • mayay 2:59 pm on October 22, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , , mirage instant messaging apps, mobli media, , moshe hogeg apps, snapchat-like apps,   

    Mobli Releases Updated Version Of Mirage Photo Messaging App 

    moblilogoOctober 22, 2014 | Mobli Media released a new version of its instant messaging app, Mirage 2.0. The premiere version of Mirage was launched in July 2014 as an instant messaging platform that allows users to send and receive messages that disappear after a few seconds. The new version of Mirage, Mirage 2.0, will allow users to share messages with several contacts at once through the groups and broadcast features. “The new groups and broadcast features bring a wider experience to MIRAGE users,” said Mobli CEO Moshe Hogeg. The new version comes with other new features like Inbox, Search Bar, Localization and more.

     
  • mayay 1:32 pm on October 22, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: cannabis-based therapies, , israel cannabis companies, , jan turek, , therapix investments   

    Therapix Biosciences Names New CEO 

    therapixlogoOctober 22, 2014 | Therapix Biosciences announced that the company has selected a new CEO, Jan Turek. According to the company, the new CEO will be responsible for growing the company, seeing to the acquisition and investment in cannabinoid-focused companies and technologies. According to Therapix Chairman Dr. Ascher Shmulewitz, “Jan will play an integral role in executing our new strategy, and we are thrilled that he has agreed to join our team as CEO. He has an impressive track record spanning more than three decades, and I am confident that the company is optimally positioned to emerge as a leader in this exciting therapeutic area.” Therapix is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on synthetic cannabinoid-based therapies.

     
  • mayay 3:16 pm on October 21, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , best masschallenge startups 2014, clean tech startups israel, , masschallenge class of 2014, masschallenge israeli startups,   

    AutoAgronom Selected In Top 26 Of MassChallenge Class Of 2014 

    autoaurgonomOctober 21, 2014 | MassChallenge, the world’s largest startup accelerator, announced the top 26 startups from its 2014 class, with Israeli clean tech startup AutoAgronom placing among them. In the coming weeks, the 26 startups will pitch their startup to a panel of judges who will decide which startups will share $1 million of equity-free cash. The winning startups will be announced at the MassChallenge Awards Ceremony to take place on October 29 in Boston, Massachusetts. AutoArgonom, the Israeli startup that was selected, hopes to increase agriculture yields by providing savings of up to 50 to 70 percent on fertilizers and ‘listening’ to growth roots.

     
  • mayay 3:09 pm on October 21, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: healing surgical incision wounds, , ionmed, ionmed bioweld1, , non-thermal plasma wound healing technology, plasma wound healing   

    IonMed Receives CE Mark Clearance For Bioweld1™ Tech 

    ionmedlogoOctober 21, 2014 | IonMed announced that it has received CE Mark clearance for its Bioweld1™ cold plasma system for surgical incision closure. Bioweld1 is the first system in the emerging field of plasma medicine that was designed for use in operating rooms as a viable alternative to surgical staples, sutures and sealants. “With the CE Mark clearance of Bioweld1, our first system, we have achieved important validation for our technology, a key milestone for the company, and a significant step towards commercialization,” said Shai Levanon, CEO of IonMed. IonMed is based in Yokneam, Israel and develops and commercializes non-thermal plasma technology to enhance surgical wound closure and healing.

     
  • mayay 2:46 pm on October 21, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , , , waarde capital, xplenty, xplenty big data analytics, xplenty series a funding   

    Xplenty Raises $3M In Series A Funding 

    xplenty-logoOctober 21, 2014 | The Israel big data processing company Xplenty announced that it raised $3 million in Series A funding from Waarde Capital and existing seed investor, Magma Venture Partners. Xplenty will reportedly use the investments to expand its platform’s features and to continue its global growth. Xplenty also announced that it will offer its big data processing technology directly to customers in the United States. Xplenty was founded by CEO Yaniv Mor and CTO Saggi Neumann and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

     
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