Israel, the “start-up nation, ” leads in its creation innovative tech companies, and Forbes featured 25 Israeli tech start-ups to keep on a watch list. The country is behind only the U.S. and China for its plethora of start-up companies which either thrive flying solo or become accretive acquisitions for larger tech companies. Tech doesn’t just mean “technology, ” but is levered to diverse industries such as healthcare, entertainment, finance and other sectors. Israel has 90 stocks listed on the Nasdaq with combined valuation of around $90 billion.
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Forbes said the Israeli tech companies to watch include: : Kaltura, ZUtA Labs, Yotpo, MyPermissions, GetYou, Otonomic, Yevvo, BillGuard, Optimove, StartApp, Petbnb, FeeX, Azure PCR, SCiO, Moovit, Interlude, StoreDot, Tipalti, Hello Doctor, Telesofia, Everything.Me, Takipi, Mobile OCT, SundaySky and FundBox.
Of this list, Kaltura is voted most likely to succeed, as a one-billion dollar exit, given its video solutions platform, which enables the easy access to online video from more than 300, 000 media.
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