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WeWork founder is a proud Jew

Adam Neumann – Israeli co-founder of multi-billion-dollar company WeWork – delivered a great speech at a UJA Federation event on what being Jewish means to him. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3753539,00.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4vTTmUByfk

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WeWork is worth $42 billion

I’ve reported previously (see here) on co-working office space company WeWork, co-founded by Israel’s Adam Neumann. WeWork has just received a $3 billion investment from SoftBank which takes the value of WeWork to a massive $42 billion (up from $20 … Continue reading

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WeWork goes large in Shanghai

Co-working real estate company WeWork, led by Israeli Adam Neumann, has leased an office building in Shanghai, where in 2018 it intends to open its largest co-working space to date. The ten-story building covers 27,000 square meters. http://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3727234,00.html

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WeWork is working well

The office space rental company WeWork, founded by Israeli Adam Neumann, is now worth $20 billion and has established itself in some 20 countries. WeWork has been buying up several companies recently, the latest being social networking company Meetup. https://www.timesofisrael.com/wework-rides-lifestyle-change-to-become-new-economy-star/ … Continue reading

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WeWork opens Israeli R&D center

Co-working space WeWork has opened an R&D center. It already has office space in Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Be’er Sheva. http://news.nocamels.com/2016/02/01/wework-opens-rd-center-in-israel-to-develop-digital-services-platform-for-its-creators/

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From cafes to offices

For years, Jerusalem’s budding entrepreneurs held meetings in cafes. But now there are many shared workspaces that they can afford to rent e.g. PICO, Temech and WeWork. Now Urban Place on the 4th floor of the Central Bus Station provides … Continue reading

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Co-working in Jerusalem

WeWork, co-founded by Israel’s Adam Neumann, has opened a new co-working center in King George Street, Jerusalem. WeWork now has nine shared office spaces in Israel, including Tel Aviv, Haifa, Beersheva and now Jerusalem. https://www.jpost.com/In-Jerusalem/WeWork-comes-to-Jerusalem-572619

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3 Israeli startups in TIME’s “Genius” list

TIME Magazine included 3 Israeli companies in its 2018 list of 50 “genius companies”. They are Lishtot (see here), WeWork (see here) and Aidoc (see here). TIME’s editors and correspondents selected companies based on their originality, influence, success, and ambition. … Continue reading

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Award-winning cancer monitor

Newsletter subscriber Yehudit Abrams has founded startup MonitHer which is developing an innovative home-use handheld ultrasound system to check for breast cancer. MonitHer has just won the $360,000 Grand prize at the WeWork Creator awards in Jerusalem. https://www.wework.com/creator/creator-awards/a-high-tech-breast-exam-small-enough-to-hold-in-your-hand/

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Billion-dollar companies

There are currently 18 Israeli-founded companies worth over $1 billion. They include WeWork ($20 billion), Magic Leap ($5 billion), Tanium ($5 billion), Houzz ($4 billion), Compass ($2.2 billion), Elastic ($2 billion), Infinidat ($1.6 billion), ironSource ($1.5 billion), Payoneer ($1.5 billion) … Continue reading

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