Published twice a year, the magazine includes a research summary of capital raising, exits, most active funds and notable deals in the Israeli high-tech. In addition, the magazine presents an in-depth research on Israeli vertical or cluster. 


IVC February 2019 Issue - When Art and Technology Meet Magazine 


The February 2019 issue of IVC Magazine maps capital raising, exits, investors, most active funds, leading trends and insights.

Featuring a unique look at the symbiosis between art, innovation and technology.

Articles and commentary of how technology influences fine arts and how art and creativity enrich the technology sector




Peres Center For Peace And Innovation Magazine

In cooperation with Peres Center for Peace & Innovation, IVC Research Center is proud to present a magazine specially produced for the Prime Ministers’ Israeli Innovation Summit and the opening of the Innovation Center at Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, October 2018.

The magazine highlights the robust Israeli high-tech ecosystem and explores verticals as IoT, FoodTech, Digital-Health and Smart-Cities. In addition, prominent industry leaders share their thoughts regarding the next innovation cycle.



  IVC Magazine H1 2018 - The Food-Tech Issue 

The September issue of IVC Magazine maps the growing Israeli FoodTech ecosystem, revealing the huge potential and innovative projects being developed in Israel, many still under wraps.

The analysis shows the growing FoodTech vertical by focusing on capital raised, exits, and the activity of multinational corporate and leading investors.

The magazine also includes a general research summary for the Israeli high-tech industry’s activity in the first half of 2018, including capital raising and exits.


  IVC Magazine H2 2017 - The Canna-Tech Issue 

The First overview of Israel’s Medical Cannabis High-Tech Ecosystem.

Review 2017’ research summary, including a comprehensive overview of Israel’s medical cannabis eco-system.

IVC Research Center screened the high-tech medical cannabis companies, innovative technologies and leading investors.

The findings show a nascent sector on the rise. The research focused on 67 active Israeli high-tech companies, employing approximately 900 employees in Israel.

The Israeli medical cannabis companies raised a total of $76.4 million between 2013 to 2017.

More detailed information and analysis available inside.


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