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Israeli startups raise $400 million in one month

Three Israeli startups have each raised $50 million as financing rounds climb to unprecedented levels.

 

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Israeli startups have raised $400 million in one month. At the end of December video ad startup Innovid has raised $27.5 million, IoT startup Pointgrab raised $5 million, and algo-commerce company Feedvisor also raised $5 million.

Ine the two weeks of January, three startups raised $50 million each: Data recovery and protection company Zerto, DevOps developer JFrog and business intelligence and analytics company SiSense.

Fintech invoice factoring startup BlueVine, has raised $40 million, flash storage company Elastifile, has raised $35 million,  cloud solutions GigaSpaces has raised $20 million, chip company MultiPhy has raised $17 million, and IoT developer Neura has raised $11 million.

Johnson & Johnson led two investments in the field of healthcare. Chronic heart treatment device developer V-Wave raised $28 million and bone regeneration company CartiHeal raised $15 million. Ultrasound developer Insightec raised $22 million, and catheter developer Pi-Cardia has raised $10 million.

Less than $10 million included startup as smart phone call company MyState, which raised $6.5 million, seller profiling company eRate, which raised $1.7 million, cyber security company IronScales, which raised $1.5 million, and video data company viisights, which raised $1.2 million.

 

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