Israeli Startup Landscape Maps

Startup landscape maps remain, in my opinion, one of the best ways to quickly scan an industry vertical and understand how it breaks down into sub sectors. In this post, I collected the top startup landscape visualizations for Israel, covering VR/AR, Fintech, IOT, DevOps and Cybersecurity. By the nature of the fast moving market, they tend to get out of date quickly, yet still I find them one of the most effective ways to scan a vertical when I start researching. For more market research tools, check out my post on 10 Tools to Understanding and Dissecting an Industry.

Virtual and Augmented Reality

Augmented reality and Virtual reality startups in Israel

Israeli AR/VR Ecosystem created jointly by Carmel Ventures and Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners

Israeli Fintech

Israeli Fintech startup map

Israeli Fintech startup map, created by Carmel Ventures

Israeli Developer Operations (DevOps)

Israeli DevOps Landscape Map

Israeli DevOps (Developer Operations) startup Map by Glilot Capital

Israeli Cybersecurity Startups

Israeli cyber security ecosystem by Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP)

Israeli Cybersecurity ecosystem by Bessemer Venture Partners at

Israeli IOT Startups

Israeli IOT startup ecosystem

Israeli Internet of Things startup ecosystem by Innovation Endeavors:


Israeli Blockchain Innovation


Israeli Startup Ecosystem Overview

Israeli Startup Periodic Table

Israeli Startup Ecosystem Periodic Table by CB Insights

Israeli startup funding landscape

Israel Hightech Funding Landscape

Israel Startup Funding Landscape by

For additional startup visualizations check out VC Cafe’s posts on Lumascapes.

Eze Vidra

Eze is managing partner of Remagine Ventures, a seed fund investing in ambitious founders at the intersection of tech, media, data and commerce. We are backed by some of the world's leading media companies. I'm a former general partner at google ventures, head of Google for Entrepreneurs in Europe and founding head of Campus London, Google's first physical hub for startups. I'm also the founder of Techbikers, a non-profit bringing together the startup ecosystem on cycling challenges in support of Room to Read. Since inception in 2012 we've built 8 schools and 31 libraries in the developing world.