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Aquanos Takes Top Honors at Cleanvest

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

International water technologies investment summit provides stage for start-ups, and selects wastewater treatment start-up Aquanos as winner.  Interview with Aquanos CEO Udi Leshem. This year’s Cleanvest Summit, held October 12th in conjunction with WATEC, got rave reviews from participating start-ups. Read More

AcousticEye Closes $7M Funding Round Following CleanVest

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli pipe inspection innovator AcousticEye has announced an investment round of $7M to fund the company’s activities. Participating in the round are Russian-Canadian investment group Technology Investment S.à.r.l, US-based Plan B Ventures, and both previous investors Sequoia Capital and Israel Read More

Agrivest 2013 – trends and investment opportunities in Agritech

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“At last year’s Agrivest event we made contacts that turned out to have strategic importance to the company and to our ability to get to the next stage,” says Dotan Peleg, CEO of Morflora, an Israeli start-up active in the Read More

CleanVest Summit brings together water technology start-ups with investors

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The CleanVest Summit held at the Sheraton Tel Aviv on October 21st, brought together leading international investors in the water arena, some of Israel’s most seasoned entrepreneurs in the sector, and cleantech start-ups. Minister of the Economy Naftali Bennett opened Read More

Agrivest 2012: Harvesting Agritech investment opportunities in Israel

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel is recognized as a leading innovator in agriculture technologies – this is one of the reasons that Agritech Israel is considered a leading event in the field. Israeli start-up companies are coming up with breakthrough technologies that are gaining Read More

Israel’s Cleantech sector singled out as a strong investment opportunity

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Up until recently, if you would ask a cleantech professional, where to invest his next penny, Israel would likely not have been his first choice. A recent report by Dual Citizen (a Washington based research group) proves that Israel should Read More