Israel is known as the Startup Nation, and for good reason. It’s become difficult to walk down a single block in Tel Aviv without passing a building that houses one startup or another. Marketers and entrepreneurs are constantly on the lookout for the best employees to join their teams. So where should you work?
In a country known for it’s hi-tech industry and startups, there are dozens of companies you could probably be the perfect fit for, but have never even heard of. Many such companies are flooded with young talent and offer a fun work environment along with a challenging job description.
Check out this list of 7 Israeli startups you should apply and work for in the coming new year. So, get your CVs ready!
Roundforest drive advanced data technology into the eCommerce world. The company’s ambitious vision is to help consumers make better shopping decisions while shopping on the web. It was founded in May of 2014, and already reaches more than 20 million users a month. The Next Web has recently ranked Roundforest as one of the best 6 big data companies to watch in 2017. They are currently looking to add top talents to their team. Aside from offering a challenging and fulfilling work experience, Roundforest also values the importance of teamwork through getting to know your coworkers on a personal level and hosting company outings (check out their Facebook photos that say it all).
They’re located in one of the trendiest areas of Tel Aviv, on Har Sinai, right next to Port Said (a popular restaurant) and a block away from the elegant Rothschild Boulevard.
Looking for a modern job in one of the most ancient cities? Roundforest’s new office in Jerusalem is looking to hire outstanding creative minds. Check out all the available positions, and apply today!
Since its launch in 2015, Siemplify is changing the security operations landscape. In 18 months, Siemplify has raised tens of millions in funding from A-list VC firms and high profile angels and put an industry leading product into production. Siemplify is helping to drive the analyst narrative with the formation of new categories like SOAR and SOAPA. Siemplify has shown foresight by putting the product into the hands of security teams in the financial service, healthcare and telecom industries. Since its commercial launch earlier this year, Siemplify has quickly become the bedrock upon which analysts rely on to drive security operations. They recently launched their New York Headquarters in addition to their Tel Aviv offices to better support blue chip clients and accelerate sales and marketing.They operate within a start-up environment and are primed to shake up the cybersecurity scene throughout 2017.
Sisense was founded just over a decade ago, and now has over 240 employees. According to Calcalist, who ranked Sisense as #4 on their list, the Business Intelligence software company earned $50 million in 2015, and is expected to rack up some $70 million more very soon. The companies who use their software include Philips, eBay, Sony and Fiverr. Sisense promotes a “must win” mentality, and employee testimonies highlight the atmosphere at the company as one of the top characteristics of the workplace.
Payoneer is a provider of payment processing technologies, which is ranked #3 on Calcalist’s list. The company recently raised $180 million. Their team consists of over 700 employees in 12 offices around the world. They operate in more than 200 countries, make payments in 150 currencies and have 3 million users. Payoneer recently added the “Hot in New York Award” to their long list of accomplishments and was placed on “Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500” for the fifth year in a row.
Founded in 2012, the Tel Aviv-based company’s mission is to make life easier by helping manage the workplace. dapulse’s online program helps people stay connected and ensures coworkers are in sync. As they explain on their site “it’s like Excel and Facebook had a baby who’s beautiful, really helpful, and super addictive.” They won several awards offered by Finances Online, including the 2016 Supreme Software Award, and their list of clients includes Adidas, WeWork and Uber.
Logz.io, an AI-powered log analytics platform, comes in at #39 on Calcalist’s list. The company combines security experts with data analytics professionals and technology gurus. Logz.io recently raised $16 million in Series B funding and added another member to its board of directors. The company’s customer list includes some big names around the globe such as CNN, Sisense, British Airways and Oracle.
Riskified takes the risk out of online shopping. The company prides itself on being the one stop solution for online fraud prevention, guaranteeing a 100% chargeback guarantee. Earlier in 2016, Riskified raised $25 million, raising their total funding to over $30 million. Their clients, and testimonials, include Burton, Gaffos and Kirna Zabete.
The list of startups in Israel, and specifically ones that expand outside of the country’s borders, keeps on growing. It is a map that is getting harder and harder to navigate, but these 7 startups have proven they are bound for success, and are surely great places to work.