Forbes has listed 25 Israeli startups it says are changing industries. “Israel’s dynamic tech startup scene is no secret,” Forbes contributor Ilya Pozin writes.
“Innovation continues and a new crop of Israeli tech startups are on their way up, transforming healthcare, entertainment, finance, media and a myriad of other industries.”
Topping Pozin’s list is mobile printer developer Zuta Labs, which boasts a four-by-five-inch printer that will be available in January. Then comes open-source video platform developer Kaltura, and Yevvo, which bills itself as “the Twitter of live streaming,” Pozin writes.
Fourth comes Yotpo, an online customer review platform. “Investors seem to think the two young founders, based in Tel-Aviv, have gotten this balance right. In January Yotpo closed an A round worth almost $11 million,” Pozin writes.
Another startup is the self-explanatory Petbnb, which pairs pet owners going on vacation with willing caretakers.