Israeli Female Entrepreneurs Visit Silicon Valley

By Talia Levin, Ziv Beilin, Bili Besserglick, Eilon Nofer
Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Top Israeli female entrepreneurs discuss how they founded and manage top technology ventures. The women were asked about mistakes they have made, the managerial advice that worked the best for them, and the effective management habits they have assumed.

Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel

Israeli women entrepreneurs were selected to take part in an innovative project and flew out to Silicon Valley in California.

The entrepreneurs were selected by a panel of judges in the We Act organization designed to promote entrepreneurship by women.

“Globes” gathered them into a group in order to hear their insights about founding and managing a technology venture. Among other things, the women were asked about mistakes they have made, the managerial advice that worked the best for them, and the effective management habits they have assumed. The following entrepreneurs have already raised millions of dollars.

Lital Leshem, cofounder and business development executive of Reporty Homeland Security, which has developed a rescue app based on video and pinpointing location in emergencies, has raised $6 million.

Orly Shoavi, founder and CEO of SafeDK, a mobile data management platform, has raised almost $6 million.

Hila Goldman-Aslan, founder and CEO of DiACardio, a innovative development for identifying cardiac events, has raised $5 million.

Smadar Landau, founder of Feelter, an app that collates information from the social networks about products before buying, has raised $4.5 million.

Iris Tsidon, cofounder and CEO of Okapi, a platform for improving organizational management, has raised $2.5 million.

Eynat Guez, cofounder and CEO of Papaya Global, a mobile global personnel placement app, has raised $1.5 million.

Sunbit cofounder and R&D manager Ornit Dweck-Maizel
The development: “A new payment method that allows people to devise their own personalized payment schedule.”

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