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Jewish startups to pay tribute to and learn from in 2022

2022 has brought a lot of successful Jewish startups with a great range of different focuses. If you want to get inspired and learn more about the Jewish startups making themselves noticed, you should read further.

by Contributing Author

At The Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas at the beginning of this year, a lot of Israeli startups made a mark as the future of electronics. More than 30 Jewish startups were presented, and they all offered great electronic solutions.

Some of the Israeli start-ups are mentioned below as a celebration of the Jewish entrepreneurs and as an inspiration for those with a wish to build a startup. And Israeli start-ups might even have the power to be a bridge between east and west which you can read more about on jewishnews. So, there are a lot of positive notes on the growing appearance of Jewish entrepreneurs. And this must be fuel for those considering building a startup.

Inventions with a focus on health

Amongst these startup businesses was Aura Air presenting an invention that is made to detect the quality of air in a specific room and work as an air purifier. Aura Air was named as the entrepreneurial company of 2021 as they presented Covid killing tech. And Biobeat has developed a way to measure 14 important vital signs here amongst blood pressure, pulse, and rate. And all this can be done by placing a small patch on your skin. With this invention you won’t need a doctor to check your health, you can easily do it by yourself. Both startups have a certain focus on health improvement. Creating cleaner air and a better indoor environment and being able to track your health yourself.

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Machines making life easier

However, there are startups offering something entirely different from Jewish entrepreneurs. That is designed to ease everyday life. The GKI Group has created the Israeli robotic bartender, Cecilia. A machine that can mix cocktails for you. You choose a drink from the touchscreen available, and Cecilia will prepare and served it for you. This will probably be popular in airports. Another presentation of Israeli linage was the CityTransformer. This small and foldable electric car can fit into most spaces in the city as it only takes up 25 percent of a regular car’s size. With such a small size it is naturally very easy to park.

Creating your own a startup

If you are interested in creating your startup, you should make sure that you take the right steps. And one way to start is to create a domain for your business or brand. Even though this could seem secondary, it is quite important to create this online presence as most businesses are carried out online these days. It is not only good but necessary to have this digital focus. You can get started creating your domain through domainify . This site can assist you in several steps of the process such as finding a name and creating a visual, digital identity for your business or brand. All these steps are important when you create a brand from the ground up.

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