Israeli communications tech startup NSLComm launched its first nano-satellite, the NSLSat-1, into space on Friday, July 5, fitted with an innovative antenna that expands and offers high performance and affordability.
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Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, led by Tel Aviv office Managing Shareholder Joey T. Shabot and Of Counsel Ephraim Schmeidler, represented Volvo Group Venture Capital in its investment in
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According to the recently published PwC Israel 2014 Hi-Tech Exit Report, with nearly $15 billion in exit deals, 2014 was by far an all-time record year for the Israeli hi-tech industry. The report notes that the amounts invested in Israeli hi-tech is increasing, many funds are raising capital and new investors are joining in on the investments. The vast amount of capital that specifically comes from U.S. investors is of particular importance to Israeli start-ups and emerging companies, and the following ten points provide guidance for successfully navigating the U.S. venture capital market.
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