Forbes Israel’s editorial committee intentionally chose relatively young companies, who have raised no more than $30M in funding. However, the companies listed have a proven track record of customer engagement and have shown fast growth and success in the U.S. market.
The ten companies on the list are Commonsense Robotics, Skyline.ai, Axonius, Firedome, Homeis, BrandTotal, PlainID, Showfields, Snappy, and Aquant. Each company has a unique value proposition in its own field, whether it is cyber security, fintech, retail or any other industry in need for new technologies.
The full list is available here.
The list was unveiled on a formal event at Forbes on Fifth in the heart of New York City, brought to life by Forbes Israel’s sponsors, Bank Hapolaim and BHI. Among the guests were Mr. Oded Eran, chairman of the board of Bank Hapoalim, CEO Mr Arik Pinto, Mr. Gabriel CHamani, CEO of BHI, and members of the executive management of Bank Hapoalim also participated.
Mr. Randal Lane, editor of Forbes Magazine, interviewed Professor Amnon Shashua, President and CEO of Mobileye, as part of an insightful fireside chat. Prof. Shashua shared his story and thoughts about his journey at Mobileye, the company that makes roads safer using vision-based technology, which was sold to Intel for more than $15 Billion.