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Forbes Features 25 Israeli Tech Start-Ups




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.


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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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