He never finished high school, but that has not kept this daring Israeli entrepreneur from international fame for his ‘Paranoid’ software.
Tomer Kagan, Israeli-born CEO of Quixey, explains why he’s scouting a Tel Aviv location for his fast-growing app search engine.
‘Having a good idea is only a fraction of what it takes to succeed,’ says Dov Moran, one of Israel’s most prolific entrepreneurs.
Prof. Malka Schaps may be the first ultra-Orthodox woman to climb this high on the professional academic ladder.
‘I have always preferred to look at my successes and examine why they worked. It’s the successes we tend to take for granted, and that’s a mistake.’
Igor Podolsky aims to create a novel robotics curriculum to help pupils with attention and concentration difficulties.
Female geeks are a rare breed, and Bar has made a splash with Geekmedia, VentureGeeks and Geektime blog, now debuting in English.
He cut his entrepreneurial teeth in his dad’s Carmel Market stall, got a Harvard MBA and founded the largest site for trading in electronics.
‘What drives me is the idea of building something people use and need and love,’ says Orit Hashay, a rising star among Israeli female CEOs.