Which app will pay you for your steps and who is behind the cashless payments revolution?

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Innovating for the world’s largest brewery: Israel’s WeissBeerger serves millions of customers under the radar. WeissBeerger became the big data, analytics and innovation arm of Anheuser-Busch InBev after its acquisition in 2018 and helps lead the development of its digital control platform BEES B2B. Read more

Ready to scold? The Israeli health app pays you for your steps. With Rumble, every step can be converted into tokens with purchasing power in real stores and communities. Read more

Beer. Photo: ROSHIANU & MOLOKO

Microsoft announces the second cycle of the AI ​​For Good Accelerator program. 15 AI companies were selected in the areas of health, sustainability and accessibility. Read more

Road2 established as a new innovation center in Haifa for AI-based entrepreneurship. The hub was created through a collaboration between MATI Haifa, NVIDIA and the Israel Innovation Authority. Read more

Trigo partners with the REWE group to deliver a on-the-go shopping experience. Shoppers will be able to walk into a store, select their items and simply exit – without having to wait at a checkout or scan for items. Read more

Finastra Israel is helping the cashless payments revolution. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the payments industry to adopt the technology at an accelerated pace, a time for which Finastra has long been preparing. Read more

Interview | Israel’s next pioneer: meet the country’s new astronaut. He served as a fighter pilot in the Israeli Air Force, started a successful venture capital firm and co-founded the Ramon Foundation – meet Eytan Stibbe, the humble hero of Israel. Read more

Singer Omer Adam is teaming up with Europe-Israel group and Swiss fund Lian Group to build a $ 120 million underground data center. The group bought land in the northern town of Afula for $ 24.5 million, with construction due to start at the end of the year. Read more

Israel’s next challenge: filling the talent gap. As Israel struggles to attract more talent for the roles to be filled, Aman Group’s Ben Pasternak has some ideas on who can help. Read more

Israeli investor Erel Margalit meets with French Minister of Finance to promote economic collaboration. Margalit, who is the President of JVP and Margalit Startup City, met with French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire and other prominent figures to promote a joint Israel-France innovation center. Read more



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