EP 41: Idan Hershko / Startup Camel (special)
In this episode, Itamar Zur and Lev Kerzner are interviewing Idan Hershko! Idan is a co-founder @ Startup Camel and up until now was our only interviewer. This is the Lev and Itamar’s first interview at Startup Camel – hopefully the first of many others to come… READ MORE

EP 42: Oren Levy / Zooz
Some people are simply born to build companies that change the world. But you don’t have to be a ‘lemonade stand kid’ to become a successful entrepreneur. Ask Oren Levy, co-founder and CEO of Zooz, who left behind a remarkable 15 year career of… READ MORE

EP 43: Ori Lahav / OutBrain
There is one thing you simply cannot miss about Ori Lahav, aside from his dominant physical presence (“I’m a big guy” he admits with a smile), it is his affection for lighthouses. “A lighthouse is a central theme in Outbrain” he explains, sitting in front of a long picture of a lighthouse that… READ MORE

EP 44: Pini Yakuel / Optimove
Optimove is a retention marketing service, which is using data mining to get better marketing results for its customers. Their aim is to make customers come back and use a services time and time again by adjusting the right campaigns to each customer… READ MORE

EP 45: Itai Tsiddon / Lightricks
It is often said that only 1 in a 100 startup companies hits the profit line. Roughly one in a thousand makes the headlines with a major success story, typically after spending years on the startup rollercoaster with several loops and turnarounds on the way. And while one could… READ MORE

EP 47: Lior Sion / Bringg
Bringg is an Israeli startup, which sets to revolutionize the way we get service from companies. It’s also a great example of how entrepreneurship is a perpetual process of evolution, where everybody can learn from everybody. Back in 2010, Uber made a huge impact… READ MORE

EP 48: Guy Boyangu / SiSense
The field of Business Intelligence is all about making data driven decisions. But how do you tell the difference between big data and a big pile of data? In this episode of Startup Camel we are joined by Guy Boyango, Co Founder and Chief Architect of Sisense READ MORE

EP 49: Yishai Knobel and Shlomi Aflalo / HelpAround
This week, we had an interview with HelpAround, a company which has harnessed the power of the internet and mobile phones for the benefit of those suffering chronic diseases. It all began when Yishai Knobel and Shlomi Aflalo met… READ MORE

EP 50: Assaf Harel / Jovie
If you have watched Israeli television anywhere in the past 10 years, the name Assaf Harel most probably rings a big bell. One of most acclaimed screenwriters, directors and actors in Israeli television, Harel is most known for his series “Mesudarim”.… READ MORE

EP 51: Kira Radinsky / SalesPredict
Think that future prediction is a field taken from science fiction? Well, it is time to challenge your thinking!
For Dr. Kira Radinsky – a co-founder and the ‘brain’ behind Israeli startup, the future can well be predicted, if you only look for answers… READ MORE

EP 52: Hanan Laschover / AOL (special)
Timing is not everything, but it can sure make a big difference if you’re working on the right idea with the right people, at the right time.
And back in 2006, when Hanan Loschover co-founded Israeli startup 5min Media, never would he have… READ MORE

EP 53: Ben Rubin / Air (Yevvo)
The idea of Yevvo (recently rebranded as ‘Air’) was born in 2011 when co-founder and CEO Ben Rubin – then a 3rd year architecture student – began sensing an increasing demand for photo sharing apps on mobile: “By that time, Instagram was beginning to… READ MORE

EP 54: Amiad Soto / Guesty
Good service – as many of us know – is not simple to find these days. But what about EXCEPTIONAL service?
For Amiad and Koby Soto, the two 27 year old Israeli entrepreneurs who also happen to be twin brothers, the desire… READ MORE

EP 55: Motti Nisani / emaze
In one the most famous TV commercial ever broadcasted – “1984” – Apple Computer laid the ground for the disruption of IBM’s domination over the personal computer market, with the introduction of the Macintosh. Apple was then a relatively new company, and the move against… READ MORE

EP 56: Omer Perchik / Any.DO
Tired of building old school to-do lists that hardly increase your productivity? Omer Perchik, co-founder and CEO of Israeli startup Any.do, has the solution for you. Any.do is a suite of integrated mobile (and now Web) productivity apps that… READ MORE

EP 57: Oz Alon / HoneyBook & Gil Ben-Artzi / UpWest Labs
What if you could plan your entire wedding – from dealing with suppliers to choosing the right catering to inviting guests and sending ‘thank you’ notes – all in one place, over the Web, without even needing to get up from your living-room cozy couch?
Well, now you can. Israeli startup HoneyBook provides the ultimate event organizing experience, online. Be it weddings, birthdays, social gatherings or even corporate events… READ MORE

58: How to build a bottom-up culture through a massive employee growth (feat. Tomar Bar Ze’ev, CEO at ironSource)

In this episode
• The price of running a startup
• Building partnership with co-founders
• Saying no to acquisition offers
• Bottom-Up culture… AND MORE

EP 59: Alan Weinkrantz / Rackspace

In this episode
• The Rackspace first-year-free program for Startups
• How Israel’s becoming the API of humanity
• What’s different about Israeli entrepreneurs
• The one danger of being in Israel… AND MORE

EP 60: Avishai Sam Bitton / imonomy

In this episode
• Why you should start thinking differently to find your dream job
• Building marketing strategy from the ground up
• The most common marketing mistakes you must refrain from
• Choosing the right marketing channels… AND MORE