Israeli Tech Entrepreneurs Get 30 Seconds to Pitch Their Start-Ups in Wall Street Journal (VIDEO)
The Wall Street Journal’s ’30-Second Pitch’ column, which offers young entrepreneurs the opportunity to hawk their e-wares, showcased Israeli start-ups this week, capitalizing on the wealth of tech minds now present at Tel Aviv’s Digital-Life-Design conference.
Israel has an abundance of tech-savvy citizens, and one Facebook executive stated she was “amazed by the amount of talent in Israel” after the social media giant bought Ramat Gan-based Onavo on Monday.
Among the start-ups featured in the WSJ column is Sync.me, an application which takes a name and a phone number to identify an individual and then calls in all publicly available social data and links it all together on the app.
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Vokee allows you to make and receive calls when overseas, without running up huge phone charges. Watch the video below for more information:
Yotpo not only helps to verify users making comments online, but also to share reviews through social networks such as Facebook, and on Google and even via email. Watch the video below for more information:
Widdit is an app that enables developers to build apps that can run while a phone’s home screen is locked without wearing down the phone’s battery. Watch the video below for more information: