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OurCrowd Weekly Newsletter

Startup Roundup

Content recommendation startup, Outbrain, raises $45M

Outbrain_NL.pngOutbrain's cofounder and CEO Yaron Galai reports the company has raised $45 million. Outbrain provides Internet content and article recommendations that usually appear at the bottom of websites.


OurCrowd & Portfolio Companies in the News



OurCrowd featured in 

Crowdfund Insider


eVigilo featured in

Digital Journal


CEO Jon Medved in



OurCrowd Events

OurCrowd is hosting investor events across the globe

in the upcoming months, featuring guest speakers and

CEOs of our latest investment opportunities.

See our events calendar to learn more and RSVP!

Technology Corner

Introducing the new OurCrowd social investor app!


The team at OurCrowd is proud to announce the launch of our new social investor app! CPO Shai Ben-Tovim took the stage at Finovate 2016 to present and live-demo the app.



Trending Israeli Entrepreneurs

Israeli-born Oracle CEO, Safra Catz: “Tech can’t thrive without women”

Safra_Catz_NL.pngOn a visit to her homeland this past week, Oracle CEO Safra Catz discussed the importance of greater participation of women in business and tech in order to thrive.




Israeli entrepreneurs shaking up the American real estate market

Real estate technology reached record funding in 2015, and two of the leading companies in this surge (WeWork and Compass) hail from Israel.




Investors form new fund for ultra-Orthodox high-tech startups

Move indicates ‘a lot of goodwill that Israel’s high tech industry leaders have to help Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) high tech,’ says KamaTech accelerator chairman.


OurCrowd's News Nuggets

News_NuggetsSimplee raises $20M to make health care payments transparent (Geektime)
Innovation Nation: 10 Israeli technologies changing the world (NoCamels)
We’re Hiring! Career opportunities at OurCrowd (May 2016) (OurCrowd)
Israeli flash storage company, E8 Storage, raises $12M (Globes)
Inside Israel's secret startup machine (Forbes)