The Next Billion dollars start ups
The Next Billion dollars start ups

On our radar: 5 more companies that you should know

Here are five more growing start-ups that should get your attention: from site building platforms to advance medical solutions
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Elementor

Founders: Yoni Luksenberg, and Ariel Klikstein

Funding: $16 million


The website-building platform serves over 8 million users all over the world, with hundreds of thousands of customers. The pandemic forced many organizations to move their operations online — which created demand for the products of the company, which grew quickly and employs some 250 employees, most of whom are in Israel. This year, the promising start-up has been enjoying a rapid increase in the rate of annual revenue, which has jumped to $30 million.


Centrical

Founder: Gal Rimon

Funding: $66 million


The company developed software to improve the performance of sales employees. The solution is implemented in 130 organizations which employ tens of thousands of employees and the company reports strategic clients such as IBM, Microsoft, HP, Unilever and BMW. The company raised 66 million dollars in three funding rounds, the last of which took place in March and was led by JVP and Intel Capital.


Zebra Medical Vision

Founders: Eyal Gura and Eyal Toledano

Funding: $52 million


The company is considered an innovator in implementing deep learning medical technologies and as an industry leader in digital health. The algorithms that they developed provide cloud-based analysis of medical imaging through artificial intelligence and big data. The start-up is collaborating with various major health entities including Clalit Health Insurance (HMO), Canon Medical Systems and NHS, Britain’s national health service.


Fabric

Founders: Shay Cohen, Ori Avraham and brothers Elram and Eyal Goren

Funding: $136 million


The company is setting up facilities for networks based on robots and software for managing smart warehouses that make it possible to improve operational efficiency, reduce costs and improve customer service. The company employs some 150 people, most of whom are located in Israel, and they aim to lead a network of over 100 centers in the US and Israel in the coming years.


Bionic

Founders: Idan Ninyo and Eyal Mamo

Funding: $17 million


The company offers a platform which enables corporations to manage their organizational applications and thus to have better control. The system is based on gathering information without software installation (agent-less) and operates in any environment, is implemented within minutes, and provides immediate insights. The company employs 20 people in Israel and the United States.

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