EP 40: Orit Mossinson / GetYou
Orit Mossinson is the founder of Get You with one thing on her mind – to challenge the leading social networks. The Idea came to her mind while she was watching a show called “The Blue Man Group” in London, and her friends urged her to go on the stage with lots of other fans. Since she… READ MORE

EP 39: Yoel Zanger / Giraffic
Yoel Zanger is the founder of Giraffic, a promising Israeli startup company which is pushing the envelope of online video streaming. Since the Http (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) was invented to enable sending and receiving information in 1991, a lot… READ MORE

EP 38: Adi Shemesh / Trench
Adi Shemesh, Founder and CEO of the company, got the idea out of a personal necessity. As a “Fashionista” herself, she was always on the look out for new cool outfits and accessories. Materializing this desire involved loosening her purse strings on a regular basis. After using… READ MORE

EP 37: Boaz Hecht / SkyGiraffe
SkyGiraffe is a b2b product which gives employees a comfortable UI to help them manage their work in a faster and more comfortable way. It bypasses multiple legacy management systems that can be found in many large organizations (as SAP, ORACLE, and so on), and controls selected… READ MORE

EP 36: Avishai Sharon / TrenDemon
TrenDemon is all about understanding which pages and content provide higher conversion rates than others, and driving traffic into those pages. This way you can be sure that the content you spent so much time and money creating, is exposed to… READ MORE

EP 35: Tomer Tagrin / Yotpo
The idea of Yotpo emerged after Tomer had a very bad shopping experience. Being a geek, his friends counted on him to find the best camera possible on the budget they had. So Tomer searched online and found a camera that based on recommendations… READ MORE

EP 34: Tomer NeuNer / Parko
You’re driving around the same block for 20 minutes, searching for a parking spot. Now how amazing would it be if you had an app, which could tell you where you could find available parking spots? Well, welcome to the world of… READ MORE

EP 33: Rooly Eliezerov / Gigya
Rooly Eliezerov Gave up 5 years of architectural education to join a startup Called “Hotbar”, which was a small startup back in 1999. He said that this was not a difficult decision for him, since in his core he found himself helplessly drawn to a new world that… READ MORE

EP 32: Rami Ricanati / Roojoom
Rami Ricanati had been working for 8 years in one of the largest gaming companies in the world, 888 Holdings, when he felt he had enough. He wanted to start something new and although he liked his job, he felt he wanted to… READ MORE

EP 31: Moti Menachem / PicBadges
Picbadges is a social platform, which allows its users to create badges and collect them. Their story is a great example for why it’s always important to keep on going, because opportunities can be found in the most unexpected places… READ MORE

EP 30: Saul Singer / Startup Nation (special)
In 2009, Saul Singer wrote, along with Dan Senor, a book that tells the story of the transformation of Israel from being a nation that struggles to survive with very limited economic growth engines, into a global innovation center – second only to the Silicon Valley. In the book… READ MORE

EP 29: Omri Allouche / Otonomic
Several years ago, enthusiastic Omri Allouche was contemplating about how he can turn ideas that he had in mind into businesses. Meanwhile, he noticed that his cousin started occasionally posting on Facebook pictures of good looking marzipan cakes she was making… READ MORE

EP 28: Or Offer / SimilarWeb
About seven years ago, Or Offer, back then the owner of an online jewelry business, had a meeting with a partner from the US which changed his life. He was asked about one of his competitors, which was gaining a lot of reputation in the US market. Much to the surprise of the partner… READ MORE

EP 27: Dr. Rami Cohen / Telesofia
This story is about perseverance and the determination of one man to turn his ideas into a reality. In 2004, Rami Cohen, a physician and one of the first employees of Mirabilis (commonly known as ICQ) noticed the alarming problem of non-adherence in the world of… READ MORE

EP 26: Kobi Stok / JamStar
Kobi Stock is a rocker, a father, and the founder and CEO of Livetune – the company behind JamStar. While playing Guitar Hero with his friends, Kobi made a decision that changed his life. Playing a real guitar could be much more satisfying, he thought, than this plastic guitar… READ MORE

EP 25: Penina First / Swifto
This story is so inspiring – it’s a perfect example of what can happen when you initiate and materialize your ideas.
Penina earned her Masters in biotechnology. Though she was determined to leave her mark on the world, she was not going to… READ MORE

EP 24: Moti Cohen / Qmerce
Moti is an entrepreneur from an early age. He started his first venture when he was only 16 years old, by forming a “comedy club” in his hometown in Israel.
As many other Israeli entrepreneurs, he gained a lot of his skills while he was serving in the Israeli intelligence core. Later, he developed… READ MORE

EP 23: Daniel Sarfati / Applango
Daniel Tsarfati wanted to build a startup company, so he started by interviewing friends and professionals from different industries looking for a problem needed to be solved. Soon enough, he came across a friend who told him that he does not have any way to measure… READ MORE

EP 22: Boaz Zilberman / Project RAY
Boaz Zilberman, one of the pioneers of voice over IP technology in Israel, decided to bring smartphones to the fingertips of a new target audience – the visually impaired.
He has opened the gates to a plethora of opportunities by catering to blind people. READ MORE

EP 21: Offir Gutelzon / Keepy
Offir Gutelzon is one of the founders of the Israeli startup Pic Scout, which was acquired by the stock photography giant – Getty images.
After the exit, Offir moved to New York city to take up an executive job at Getty Image. Not too long after, did the entrepreneurial bug bite him again to spearhead a new, exciting project – Keepy. READ MORE