Special: Top 50 Israeli Startups for 2011

VC Cafe Israeli startups top 50

For the third consecutive year, Israeli financial newspaper Calcalist put together a list of the top 50 startups in Israel (in Hebrew). VC Cafe took note to bring you the full list of top 50 Israeli startups in English: PowerMat, Broadlight, Conduit, PrimeSense, Objet, Kenshoo, Imperva, Anobit, DoubleVerify, Wix, SuperDerivatives, AeroScout, Siano, Waze, TaKaDu, ExLibris, SolarEdge, Adsmarket, (Matomy), dbMotion, RADWIN, cVidya, Boxee, N—trig, Cotendo, Varonis, Kontera, Outbrain, RedBend, Mobixell, Celeno, AMIMON, Pontis, Gigya, Clarizen, Mobileye, Celtro, Altair, Amobee, WhiteSmoke, Cyber—Ark, OpTier, Wanova, ConteXtream, eXelate, Peer39, Netformx, Tradonomi (eToro), Surf, Zend, Soluto Continue Reading

Israel Ranked 29th in Easiness of Doing Business According to the World Bank

The World Bank published the Doing Business 2011 report earlier this week, measuring how easy and pricey it is to complete the various bureaucratic procedures and red tape involved in setting up, running and shutting down a firm. Israel went up one spot from last year in the latest report, ranking 29 among the 183 countries included in the study. Continue Reading

Virtualization is “Xeround” The Corner With An Extra $16 Million

Israeli startup Xeround announced a fourth round of $16 million led by US funds Trilogy Funds (who also just invested in Zon Networks) and Ignition Partners. Giza and Benchmark, the two Israeli funds that invested in Xeround early on, also joined… Continue Reading

Bitesize newsbrief: Israeli business headlines for the week of 01.21.08 | VC Cafe

General winter is here in San Francisco, and I felt his impact well this week as I battled the flue in bed. Due to a short break, some of this week’s top headlines didn’t make it to the front page… Continue Reading