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Does February mark the end of the investment craze in the Israeli startup ecosystem? Still too soon to tell.
This February, 50 Israeli startups raised over $1.47 billion and three new Unicorns joined the club, which is still impressive but looks rather pale compared to previous months in 2021, surpassing the $2 and $3 billion mark.
Cecilia.ai partners with FIU's Bacardi Center of Excellence and will make its debut performance at one of the largest and most well-known food & wine festivals in the U.S.
Israeli startup Cecilia.ai, the developer of the world’s first robotic interactive bartender, signed a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Bacardi Center of Excellence at Florida International University (FIU) and plans to debut their joint activity officially at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival at the end of the month.
We packed ourselves and Cecilia.ai to Las Vegas to exhibit and attend the most important tech conference in the world. It was… wow!
CES 2022 was an event that we, and the rest of the tech community, have anticipated for so long. Its online edition last year was nothing short of the real thing. The whole point of CES is to be there; to experience, to touch, to witness these crazy, groundbreaking technologies with your own eyes, without any edited promotional videos. What can we say? We’re so glad that we did it.
Cecilia.ai uses artificial intelligence and voice recognition to make 120 cocktails per hour and is planning to shake the food and beverages industry in 2022
CES attracts more than 180,000 visitors and will host over 1,900 exhibitors from every size and category, including a new Food Tech sector and innovations in the booming food and beverage industry. 
This year is full of surprises and unimaginable numbers, but nothing prepared us for this month.
The Israeli startup ecosystem has done it again. We didn’t think it would happen again so fast after passing the $3b mark and breaking a record in October, but it did – the following month. This November, 70 Israeli startups raised more than $3.66 billion, with the birth of four new Unicorns and seven mega-deals that account for a third of the total amount.
What do an autonomous mosquito tracker, a company that adds scents to movies, and a foldable electric car all have in common? All of them will be part of the Israeli startup delegation to CES 2022.
CES 2022 will take place in Las Vegas in January. To make your visit to the conference as profound as possible, we’ve made you a list of 8+ Israeli Startups to Watch at the event!
With five mega-deals, four new Unicors, and 56 investments in Israeli startups in just one month, it is no wonder that a new record had just been set.
Okay, we believe that we used all the existing superlatives for “incredible” in the previous months, and that term “record-breaking” has lost all meaning, so we’ll just let October’s numbers do the talking. As if this year hadn’t been mind-blowing enough, 56 Israeli startups raised more than $3.46 billion in October. That’s a big jump from the previous record of $2.8 billion.
Does February mark the end of the investment craze in the Israeli startup ecosystem? Still too soon to tell.
This February, 50 Israeli startups raised over $1.47 billion and three new Unicorns joined the club, which is still impressive but looks rather pale compared to previous months in 2021, surpassing the $2 and $3 billion mark.
Cecilia.ai partners with FIU's Bacardi Center of Excellence and will make its debut performance at one of the largest and most well-known food & wine festivals in the U.S.
Israeli startup Cecilia.ai, the developer of the world’s first robotic interactive bartender, signed a first-of-its-kind partnership with the Bacardi Center of Excellence at Florida International University (FIU) and plans to debut their joint activity officially at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival at the end of the month.
We packed ourselves and Cecilia.ai to Las Vegas to exhibit and attend the most important tech conference in the world. It was… wow!
CES 2022 was an event that we, and the rest of the tech community, have anticipated for so long. Its online edition last year was nothing short of the real thing. The whole point of CES is to be there; to experience, to touch, to witness these crazy, groundbreaking technologies with your own eyes, without any edited promotional videos. What can we say? We’re so glad that we did it.
No big surprises in the last month of 2021, just the yearly average of $2 billion of total investments, and one of the greatest rounds for a Foodtech company. Nothing unusual.
In December 2021, 37 Israeli startups raised over $2.235 with some mega investments, new Unicorns, and new inventive companies on the rise.
Cecilia.ai uses artificial intelligence and voice recognition to make 120 cocktails per hour and is planning to shake the food and beverages industry in 2022
CES attracts more than 180,000 visitors and will host over 1,900 exhibitors from every size and category, including a new Food Tech sector and innovations in the booming food and beverage industry. 
This year is full of surprises and unimaginable numbers, but nothing prepared us for this month.
The Israeli startup ecosystem has done it again. We didn’t think it would happen again so fast after passing the $3b mark and breaking a record in October, but it did – the following month. This November, 70 Israeli startups raised more than $3.66 billion, with the birth of four new Unicorns and seven mega-deals that account for a third of the total amount.
What do an autonomous mosquito tracker, a company that adds scents to movies, and a foldable electric car all have in common? All of them will be part of the Israeli startup delegation to CES 2022.
CES 2022 will take place in Las Vegas in January. To make your visit to the conference as profound as possible, we’ve made you a list of 8+ Israeli Startups to Watch at the event!
With five mega-deals, four new Unicors, and 56 investments in Israeli startups in just one month, it is no wonder that a new record had just been set.
Okay, we believe that we used all the existing superlatives for “incredible” in the previous months, and that term “record-breaking” has lost all meaning, so we’ll just let October’s numbers do the talking. As if this year hadn’t been mind-blowing enough, 56 Israeli startups raised more than $3.46 billion in October. That’s a big jump from the previous record of $2.8 billion.