Israel is known as “Startup Nation.” In honor of its birthday, follow these 70.
Seventy years ago today the State of Israel was founded. While Israel is always full of political controversy, especially with President Trump’s decision to move the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, it has managed to also become quite the hotspot for technology startups.
In its short lifespan, Israel has evolved from a vulnerable, weak and resource deficient country to a thriving, democratic and innovative state. Israel, also known as the Startup Nation, is advancing the world with technological inventions, ranging from drip irrigation and water creation technology to autonomous driving and breakthrough medical advancements.
The country has the highest amount of startups per capita in the world, and is a leader in autonomous driving, cybersecurity, enterprise software, clean tech and digital health. With thousands of startups, hundreds of investors, dozens of accelerators and many other resources, the Israeli technology ecosystem continues to grow and produce outsized success. Here are 70 Israeli startups that make Israel proud on its 70th anniversary of independence:
Cedato – this programmatic operating system for modern video offers publishers and advertisers a SaaS-based video tech-stack.
Connatix – a native video syndication and monetization platform for publishers.
Playbuzz – offers brands the ability to author, distribute and monetize interactive stories.
Perion – delivers data-driven online advertising and search solutions to brands and publishers.
PLYmedia – a performance-based ad exchange platform for ad networks.
Taboola – a content discovery platform that helps consumers find content they may like, assists publications with monetization, and helps brands offer engaging ad content.