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2 Israeli Startups Finalists in $25, 000 French Competition

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Two Israeli startups have been named among the 6 finalists for the IIAwards (The International Innovation Awards) in Paris: Pixoneye and Pzartech. The winning company will receive a $25, 000 prize.

Pixoneye boasts that it offers a paradigm shift in programmatic marketing both on app and web. Its technology allows for a detailed customer profile, based on customers’ photo and video libraries both on their camera roll and in the social media platforms.

Pzartech is a 3D printing company which states its goal to be to bring 3D printing’s disruption to the crowd. Pzartech is meant to be a one stop service combining a 3D designs marketplace and a collaborative 3D printing platform. The company says that it wants to focus its service on Intellectual Property Protection stating, “if we do not manage to protect design’s intellectual property rights, our knowledge based society will collapse in the same fashion that music industry did with mp3.”

The International Innovation Awards is an international startup competition organized by Paris Region Lab. Each technology based multi sector startup from across the world was invited to participate.

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