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Events Marketing Co. Bizzabo Raises $6.5M

Apr 5, 2017

By NoCamels Team April 05, 2017 Comments April 5, 2017 | Israeli events marketing platform Bizzabo has announced the closing of $6.5 million series A financing round led by Magma Venture Partners co-founder Zvi Limon, serial entrepreneur Avigdor Willenz, founder of Annapurna Labs and Galileo Technology, and Danny Tocatly, a leading Israeli angel investor. Existing investors, including LionBird, Kaedan Capital, Prof. Yair Tauman, Gigi Levy, Eyal Ofer, and Eli Alroy also participated in the round. With offices in Tel Aviv and New York, Bizzabo was founded in 2011 by CEO Eran Ben-Shushan, Alon Alroy, and Boaz Katz. The company has raised $14.5 million to date including the latest financing round. Bizzabo’s cloud-based event success platform provides marketers with a suite of tools for events. Bizzabo offers corporations, publishers, agencies and third party event planners the tools to streamline and optimize their events. Facebook Comments Will Bizzabo Solve Conference Networking Frustration? Carpooling 2.0: Share Rides To Events Through Facebook Israeli Startup Moment.me Is Reimagining Events With Automatic Albums DLD Tel Aviv 2015: 10 Innovation Week Events Not To Miss Facebook-Backed Accelerator Offers A Hand To The Mature Entrepreneur April 04, 2017 “Future,” in collaboration with Facebook Israel, targets those 45+ with a track record and an idea to develop. Read more April 5, 2017 | Israeli events marketing platform Bizzabo has announced the closing of $6.5 million series A financing round led by Magma Venture Partners co-founder Zvi Limon, serial entrepreneur Avigdor Willenz, founder of Annapurna Labs and Galileo Technology, and Danny Tocatly, a leading Israeli angel investor. Existing investors, including LionBird, Kaedan Capital, Prof. Yair Tauman, Gigi Levy, Eyal Ofer, and Eli Alroy also participated in the round. With offices in Tel Aviv and New York, Bizzabo was founded in 2011 by CEO Eran Ben-Shushan, Alon Alroy, and Boaz Katz. The company has raised $14.5 million to date including the latest financing round. Bizzabo’s cloud-based event success platform provides marketers with a suite of tools for events. Bizzabo offers corporations, publishers, agencies and third party event planners the tools to streamline and optimize their events. Read more April 4, 2017 | Israeli enterprise guidance and engagement startup WalkMe has acquired visual analytics startup Jaco to leverage its real-time insights into consumer behavior. No financial details about the acquisition were disclosed. This is WalkMe’s second acquisition this year after buying testing and management company abbi.io. Jaco’s advanced technology records and analyzes users’ activity as they navigate through any web-based product in real time. Jaco enables users to replay every user session as a video, no matter how complex the app is or which framework it is running. Founded by CEO Dan Adika and president Rephael Sweary, and Eyal Cohen in 2011, WalkMe has 460 employees of whom 240 are in Israel. Founded in 2015, Jaco raised $1.15 million from Silicon Valley funds Hillsven Capital and UpWest Labs. As part of the acquisition, Jaco’s team will lead WalkMe’s Insights and Analytics business, based in WalkMe’s San Francisco offices. Jaco will remain available for its current customers as well as new customers, separate from the WalkMe platform. Read more  April 4, 2017 | Israeli startup Airobotics , which has developed a fully automatic drone platform , announced it has received a permit to operate in Israel automated drones without a human operator and without eye contact with the drone. The company said that in the past few days, the Israel Civil Aviation Authority had granted the permit for missions of protection and security for industrial facilities in which the drones can be operated from within special command and control rooms. The Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) was the first in the world to authorize commercial, fully unmanned drone flights in their nation’s airspace.The system developed by Airobotics is likely to save personnel costs, training for teams in operating the drones, and so on. The computer-based system works according to the varying needs of the party operating it. The system has been tested for the past two years, during which rigorous trials on the drones were conducted mainly in order to test their safety. The trials, during which thousands of flight hours were logged by the company’s drones, were attended by Civil Aviation Authority representatives. Airobotics is a Tel Aviv based company which was co-founded by CEO Ran Krauss and VP R&D Meir Kliner and has over 70 employees. Read more April 4, 2017 | The US venture capital fund and accelerator 500 Startups  is launching a short marketing ramp-up bootcamp for startups in Israel. The goal is to train them into the firm’s specialization: marketing and growth. The four-week program in Israel will target pre-seed and seed companies as they get to the stage where they begin marketing their products.500 startups hopes to attract companies looking to quickly build a large customer base for their products. 500 Startups competes aggressively with firms like Y Combinator to get the best startups into its programs. 500 Startups takes 1 percent of the company for $25,000 earmarked to marketing experiments. The company is launching its first program with nine business-to-business startups which include:  Wizer ,  Distribyte ,  CybeReady ,  Ubeya ,  ONDiGO ,  Udobu  ,  MuvingApp ,  GreenQ , and  Market Beyond . Read more April 4, 2017 | Israeli artificial vision device company OrCam has closed a $41 million financing round that values the company at $600 million, the company’s chairman Prof. Amnon Shashua told “Reuters.” The Jerusalem based company was founded in 2010 by Shashua and CEO Ziv Aviram, the same duo who founded car sensor developer Mobileye, which was sold to Intel last month for $15.3 billion – easily a record exit in Israel.OrCam has raised $63 million to date, including the latest financing round. Prof. Shashua did not disclose details about the investors in the latest round but previous investors included Intel Capital, BRM and Aviv Venture Capital.SEE ALSO:  OrCam Will Help The Visually Impaired Read Anywhere OrCam has developed a computer vision device that includes a miniature video camera and processing unit that can be attached to eyeglasses. Through a computer vision algorithm, the device is able to vocalize texts it encounters, such as street signs, a restaurant menu, a newspaper, or a book, to those with vision problems. It can identify supermarket products and distinguish different denominations of bills. The identification is communicated to the user verbally with almost no delay from the moment the information is requested by pointing. Shashua told “Reuters” that OrCam expects to conduct an IPO on the NYSE or Nasdaq by the end of next year.”

Danny Tocatly Investments

2 Investments

Danny Tocatly has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in Bizzabo as part of their Series C on December 12, 2017.

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12/13/2017

Series C

Bizzabo

$15M

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11

4/4/2017

Series B

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$99M

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12/13/2017

4/4/2017

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Series C

Series B

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Bizzabo

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$15M

$99M

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