Humanitarian Crises: Ongoing conflicts and natural disasters displacing millions of people worldwide. Calls for international cooperation and increased humanitarian aid to address these crises.
Space Exploration: Successful landing of China’s Zhurong rover on Mars, marking the country’s second successful interplanetary landing. Continued international cooperation in space exploration, with upcoming missions to the Moon and beyond.
Social and Political Movements: Continued protests and activism around the world on issues like racial justice, climate change, and women’s rights. Political and social tensions in various countries, including Peru, Iran, and Israel.
Public Health Developments: Ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with new variants and debates over booster shots. Progress in research for treatments and vaccines against other diseases, such as malaria and HIV/AIDS.
The real estate market in Dubai is looking to recover with the search for Israeli investors.
Technological Advancements: Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, renewable energy, and space exploration. Continued development of ChatGPT and other AI language models, advancements in solar and wind power technology, and successful launch of NASA’s Artemis mission to the Moon.
Economic Uncertainty: Rising inflation and interest rates impacting global economies, leading to concerns about a potential recession. Central banks raising interest rates to combat inflation, with consequences for businesses and consumers.
Global Climate Change: Record-breaking heatwaves and wildfires in Australia, severe storms and flooding in California, highlighting the urgency of climate action. Ongoing international climate negotiations and domestic policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
US Supreme Court Ruling on Affirmative Action: Supreme Court hears arguments in two cases challenging affirmative action in college admissions and contracting. Potential for a landmark decision impacting racial equality in education and business.
US Midterm Elections: Democrats narrowly maintain control of the Senate, Republicans win majority in the House of Representatives. Potential for divided government impacting legislation and political discourse.
Russia-Ukraine War: Escalation in eastern Ukraine, with Russia capturing Avdiivka, its biggest gain in nine months. Ongoing international sanctions on Russia and humanitarian efforts for Ukraine.

With 79 Israeli companies and a total market capitalization of $ 88 billion, Israel is the only country in the Middle East listed on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange. In short, Israel is a country with a strong economy.

The Israeli Nasdaq listings include 38 medical companies, 24 technology Israeli companies, and seven capital goods companies. By 2020, three more new companies are listed:

  • PolyPid (PYPD)
  • Ayala Medicines (AYLA)
  • Nano-X (NNOX) photography

While every company listed has a fantastic story and innovative solutions, we highlight the following three below.

If you are interested in establishing a partnership with any of them or with any other company in Israel, please feel free to contact us.

Israeli companies – (NASDAQ: CYBR) Cyberark

A company that was founded in 1999 and had more than 1,480 employees; 480 of them are in Israel.

In 2019, the company recorded sales of over $ 411 million. CyberArk focuses on eliminating cyber threats and attacks. Dedicated to stopping attacks before they cause irreversible losses, CyberArk provides a solution and proactively protects against cyber threats.

Israeli companies – The solutions are aimed at leading companies to protect their critical assets, infrastructure, and applications.

Israeli companies – (NASDAQ: SEDG) SolarEdge

Was founded in 2006 and currently employs more than 2,000 employees, 650 in Israel.

In 2018, the company recorded sales of $ 914 million.

SolarEdge offers a smart inverter solution that changes the way energy is harvested and stored in solar PV systems. The SolarEdge DC enhanced inverter system increases the power generation of a single PV module while reducing the solar PV system’s energy cost. The SolarEdge system consists of power optimizers, inverters, storage solutions, and a cloud monitoring platform, thus addressing a wide range of solar market sectors, from residential solar installations to medium to small commercial solar buildings.

(NASDAQ: WIX) Wix Corporation 

Was founded in 2006 and currently has more than 2,600 employees, of whom 1,800 are in Israel alone. In 2019, their sales were $ 761 million. Wix is ​​a cloud-based web development platform with more than 90 million registered users worldwide.

Wix was founded with the belief that the Internet should be accessible to all to develop and create and contribute information useful to others.

Israeli companies – With free and premium subscriptions, Wix enables millions of companies, organizations, professionals, and individuals to promote their businesses, brands, and workflows online. Wix ADI, Wix Editor, and the filtered app marketplace allow users to create and manage a fully integrated and dynamic digital presence.

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