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406 Israeli startups, in different stages, raised more than $9.9 billion in 2020 - and we have the full report.
We know, we know, you’d like to forget about 2020, but there are still a few good things to reminisce upon: the CRAZY, record-breaking number that the Israeli startups had raised. 
Virtual events, AI for trees, mosquito sorting, and animal-free milk: 2020 ended with some of the most interesting startups and over $1 billion investments.
We know you’d all like to forget about last year, but let us take you back to December, for the last monthly startup summary of 2020. This year surely ended with a blast, a positive one, as 40 Israeli startups raised $1.0077 billion! 
If there’s one thing that unites the whole world together, it's the consensus that 2020 has been a horrible year. To wrap up this year in a more optimistic way, we’ve picked our brains and Google Search to accumulate a list of 20 good technological and scientific advances that happened this year.
To sum up this horrible year in a more optimistic way, we’ve assembled a list of 20 good technology & science news, innovations, and inventions that have happened in 2020. 
For the second time this year - Israeli startups raised more than $1 billion, with only $100 million missing to break September's record.
After a “slow” month, the Israeli startup ecosystem is back, with a number that nearly surpassed September’s record-breaking $1.2 billion. This month, we had to “only” settle for $1.1 billion, mainly thanks to SentinelOne’s $267 million round; that’s about a quarter of the total number.
With Covid-19, our kids stay home to study, and sometimes Zoom classes are just not enough. Cristin Howard from smartparentadvice.com wrote an article for us (and you, parents) about five ways you can use technology to give your kids a boost.
With the world feeling a little uncertain at the moment, it can be reassuring to have a way to help bolster your kids’ education, but Technology can be a powerful learning tool to help your kids actively engage with educational material. So, here are five guilt-free ways you can use technology to give your kids a boost.
What do "mine", "stuff", and "walnut" have in common? These are the names of 3 out of the 43 companies, out of the 43 that grabbed funds in October 2020.
In September, Israeli startups raised a record-breaking $1.2 billion in investments, so now, every number would seem “low” compared to this – Even October’s $755.64 million, which was totally raised by 43 startups.
Zombies and werewolves and mummies, oh my! They may not exist in real life, but the struggles that founders stumble upon when starting a new business are very real- and just as scary! For this Halloween special, we write about seven real startup struggles, reimagined as creepy monsters. Muhahahaha!!
Halloween is here, the fun holiday for kids and grownups, going trick or treating, dressing up in scary costumes, and watching horror movies. However, not only do monsters exist in movies and costumes, we are also surrounded by them in real life. New startups and entrepreneurs are facing them every day, hoping that their company will be “the one that makes it out alive”. 
406 Israeli startups, in different stages, raised more than $9.9 billion in 2020 - and we have the full report.
We know, we know, you’d like to forget about 2020, but there are still a few good things to reminisce upon: the CRAZY, record-breaking number that the Israeli startups had raised. 
Virtual events, AI for trees, mosquito sorting, and animal-free milk: 2020 ended with some of the most interesting startups and over $1 billion investments.
We know you’d all like to forget about last year, but let us take you back to December, for the last monthly startup summary of 2020. This year surely ended with a blast, a positive one, as 40 Israeli startups raised $1.0077 billion! 
If there’s one thing that unites the whole world together, it's the consensus that 2020 has been a horrible year. To wrap up this year in a more optimistic way, we’ve picked our brains and Google Search to accumulate a list of 20 good technological and scientific advances that happened this year.
To sum up this horrible year in a more optimistic way, we’ve assembled a list of 20 good technology & science news, innovations, and inventions that have happened in 2020. 
For the second time this year - Israeli startups raised more than $1 billion, with only $100 million missing to break September's record.
After a “slow” month, the Israeli startup ecosystem is back, with a number that nearly surpassed September’s record-breaking $1.2 billion. This month, we had to “only” settle for $1.1 billion, mainly thanks to SentinelOne’s $267 million round; that’s about a quarter of the total number.
With Covid-19, our kids stay home to study, and sometimes Zoom classes are just not enough. Cristin Howard from smartparentadvice.com wrote an article for us (and you, parents) about five ways you can use technology to give your kids a boost.
With the world feeling a little uncertain at the moment, it can be reassuring to have a way to help bolster your kids’ education, but Technology can be a powerful learning tool to help your kids actively engage with educational material. So, here are five guilt-free ways you can use technology to give your kids a boost.
What do "mine", "stuff", and "walnut" have in common? These are the names of 3 out of the 43 companies, out of the 43 that grabbed funds in October 2020.
In September, Israeli startups raised a record-breaking $1.2 billion in investments, so now, every number would seem “low” compared to this – Even October’s $755.64 million, which was totally raised by 43 startups.
Zombies and werewolves and mummies, oh my! They may not exist in real life, but the struggles that founders stumble upon when starting a new business are very real- and just as scary! For this Halloween special, we write about seven real startup struggles, reimagined as creepy monsters. Muhahahaha!!
Halloween is here, the fun holiday for kids and grownups, going trick or treating, dressing up in scary costumes, and watching horror movies. However, not only do monsters exist in movies and costumes, we are also surrounded by them in real life. New startups and entrepreneurs are facing them every day, hoping that their company will be “the one that makes it out alive”. 
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