Israeli entrepreneurs: war in Ukraine may stimulate development of technology
Military experience unites people and helps to create long-lasting business partnerships in peacetime. This opinion was expressed by managing partner at Hybrid Capital Ilia Kenigshtein at a business seminar in Ukraine.
El Al postponed flight to Kiev due to strike
EL AL, Israel’s leading airline, has announced Sunday that four of its central flights to Kiev, Newark, London and Budapest were delayed due to purposeful disruption on the part of their pilots.
Haifa Port May Soon Become Entertainment & Commercial Zone
Haifa port may soon undergo a facelift, with a plan for redevelopment to include an entertainment zone, a commercial zone and links to the city’s beaches.
Israeli startups set record for exits in 2014
Israeli high-tech and biotech startups witnessed a record year of acquisitions and initial public offerings (IPOs), according to end-of-year reports by accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Ethosia Human Resources.
Lawsuit Filed Against Revlon CEO for Anti-Semitic Remarks
A discrimination lawsuit has been filed against Revlon cosmetics CEO Lorenzo Delpani for making bigoted remarks against African-Americans, Jews, and Americans in general.
Vaccine developed in Israel which blocks 90% of cancer types
The Israeli biotech company Vaxil BioTherapeutics has developed a cancer vaccine which can prevent the return of 90% of the various types of this fatal disease.
On relations with the president, his administration and Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk
The creative director of the “Platform” coworking space on the future of anti-offices in Kiev
The founder of Jewspace.org discusses whether it is easy for a practicing Jew to find a job
The most unusual apartments, tents, houses, caves and studios that you can rent in Israel
The 24th of February is the birthday of Jan Koum, the founder of WhatsApp
Continuation of the talk with the entrepreneur and civil activist
The director of the Edinburgh business school talks to Jewishnews.com.ua about business education in Ukraine
Israeli entrepreneur assists Ukrainian reforms
The Feldman family has a wide range of business interests: from manufacturing steel pipes to advertising and tourism. And they also restore Cossack sites.
He is the executive director of StarWind Software, a mentor of IT incubators, father of four, traveler and blogger. All this is already impressive in itself, but there is another fact about Artyom: at the age of 16 he broke his neck when he jumped into the Dnieper. He has been partially paralyzed ever since.
The founder and director of Telesens talks about the Kharkov community, the specific nature of doing business in Ukraine and the politics of the “transitional period”.
The founder of the “Murakhi” project on how to raise money for charity, when no one has any money left
The young businessman and founder of the “Jewish business club” talks about things that may interest independent Jews, and what Jewish places to visit.
On 20 November, the member of the board of trustees of the Kharkov community, banker and former advisor to the Kharkov governor Vadim Vishnevsky was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, and died shortly afterwards.
Everyone who travels frequently is familiar with the problem of choosing a suitcase of suitable size. Isaak Atlas’s Israeli start-up promises to solve the dilemma of all die-hard travelers, with the FUGU luggage universal suitcase, which can change its dimensions.
Gaza conflict had a minor effect on tourism in Israel
Summer's Gaza conflict had a minor effect on overall number of visitors to Israel last year, thanks to a significant increase in arrivals in first half of year.
Intel to invest $550 million in Israel through 2020
Intel has promised to spend at least $550 million in Israel in the next five years.
Two first graders started a fundraising campaign to find a cure for a rare disease
First-grade buddies raise $1 million with donations streaming in from 60 countries across the globe.
Smartphone for disabled people developed in Israel
Electrical power engineer Giora Livne, who has been in a wheelchair for nine years, and application developer Oded Ben Dov from Israel have created the Sesame smartphone for disabled people.
Crisis in Russia threatens export of Israeli agricultural produce
Israeli farmers are worried about the fall of the ruble and the possible recession in the Russian economy because of the growth of dependence on the Russian market, in connection with the unofficial boycott of Israeli produce in the EU and the oversaturation of the European market
New gas field discovered in Israel
A new natural gas field has been discovered on the Mediterranean coastline of Israel – the third largest to be found in Israeli waters