OurCrowd, a global equity crowdfunding platform, signed a strategic collaboration agreement with LetsVenture, India’s largest marketplace for startup funding.
DayTwo, a Tel Aviv, Israel and San Francisco, California-based developer of a microbiome-health management platform, completed a $12.0m Series A round of financing.
Eloxx Pharmaceuticals Ltd, a clinical stage company developing therapeutics for genetic diseases caused by nonsense mutations, raised an additional US$6m in Series C funding.
TechSee, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of intelligent visual support for corporates’ customer support departments, completed a $7.5m Series A financing.
Upstream Security, a Herzliya, Israel-based cloud cybersecurity platform for connected and autonomous vehicles, securing $2M in seed funding.
OurCrowd, a Jerusalem, Israel-based global equity crowdfunding firm, has launched a new collaboration program.
Gamida Cell Ltd., a Jerusalem, Israel-based developer of cellular and immune therapies for the treatment of cancer and orphan genetic diseases, signed a $40m financing.
83North, a London, UK, and Tel Aviv, Israel–based tech venture capital firm, announced that Joe Tucci has joined the company as Special Advisor.
GeoQuant, a New York City-based creator of a platform for measuring political risk in real time, closed a $4M seed funding round.
WhiteSource, a New York and Tel Aviv, Israel—based provider of continuous open source software security and compliance management platform, raised $10M in Series B financing.
Art Medical, a Palo Alto, CA- and Tel Aviv, Israel-based medtech startup specializing in smart tubes for ICU patients, raised $20m in funding.
OurCrowd, a Jerusalem, Israel-based global equity crowdfunding platform for accredited investors, has partnered with Motorola Solutions, Reliance Industries and Yissum, to operate an innovation technology incubator.
Eloxx Pharmaceuticals, a Rehovot, Israel-based clinical stage company developing therapeutics to treat genetic diseases caused by non-sense mutations, raised US$24m in Series C funding.
Cognata, Ltd., a Rehovot, Israel-based provider of an autonomous vehicle simulation engine, raised $5m in funding.
Minerva, a Petach Tikva, Israel-based provider of endpoint security solutions, closed a $7.5m Series A funding.