After months of hard work, battles against malicious Russian malware and user experience fine tuning, I’m happy to announce Israeli Startups NYC new website! The Story behind it The new website really represents the 2nd part of our mission at ISNYC. After establishing our event platform, and quickly becoming one of the leading Israeli-American tech communities in New York, […]
5 things Israeli entrepreneurs need to know before coming to America – Part 1 It’s practically every Israelis dream. To come to America to build their company (and make an exit of course). Now, I’m happy you’re reading this because you need a little marketing facelift my smart, Israeli – “but I know best” – […]
A few months ago a colleague and talented entrepreneur with a successful early stage social startup, was faced with a dilemma. With a small team and seed funding he had to focus either on growing his usage base or on experimenting with ways to improve engagement. Doing both was not an option and so he […]
On this episode, Lior Vaknin Interviews Tzahi (Zack) Weisfeld General Manager Microsoft Ventures Global Accelerators
On this episode, Lior Vaknin Interviews Adam Shwartz, Director. Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute.
On this episode, I interview Jon Medved, founder and CEO of Ourcrowd – the largest equity crowdfunding platform for Israeli startups.
I’m excited to announce that Israeli Startups NYC has collaborated with WeWork, the world’s largest network of co-working space.
In episode one, I interview Jonathan Friendman – Partner at LionBird, an Israeli-American VC. Jonathan also have a very active blog called VCPOV (Venture Capital Point of View), and his guest post have been featured on VentureBeat, TechCrunch and other top publications.
You’ve got a huge ERP system or maybe a cross-platform mobile game to develop and the very future of your business depends on its success. The problem – you aren’t 100% sure that your current team can do the project on-time and under budget. You know about software development outsourcing – but you have to […]
Being a startup founder in NYC is one of the most fascinating and challenging journeys for an entrepreneur. And if there’s one thing I learned about building a booming business in this city: Do Follow Up Emails! Do your best to follow up with clients and providers alike. Your attentiveness will go a long way. […]