As companies continue to drive digital transformations, finding, attracting, retaining, and training tech talent has become ever more important. In this episode, Adi Soffer-Teeni, vice president and general manager of Meta Israel, and McKinsey senior partner Dana Maor explore these challenges along with a discussion around the emergent “metaverse” and what all of this could mean for Israel’s tech companies.
Our latest podcast explores the Israeli and global educational technology market, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with Aviel Lazar, VP Engineering at B2C EdTech company Chegg, and Andrew Goodman, McKinsey Senior Partner and one of the leaders of our Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice in Europe.
In this episode, Israel-based partner and life-sciences specialist Gila Tolub explores the biggest trends in digital health today with David Maman, founder, CEO and chief technology officer (CTO) of Israeli health and wellness monitoring solutions company Binah.ai. Together they discuss how the industry might look like in five years’ time, and the unique challenges healthtech companies face, from regulation to AI bias and beyond.
In this episode, we spoke with Carmel Yoeli, the CEO of Atreo, one of Israel’s most successful B2B brand agencies, and Luisa Russwurm, a manager from McKinsey’s Israel office who has spent most of her time helping young start-ups shape their investor stories. Both of them will provide us with an actionable framework on how to effectively structure and convey your investor pitch[es].
Yaniv Garty, the vice president of Intel and the general manager (GM) of Intel in Israel, and Dr. Ondrej Burkacky, a McKinsey senior partner who leads McKinsey’s global semiconductor work, discuss the ongoing demand and supply imbalance in the semiconductor industry and how Israeli start-ups could capture a piece of the semiconductor value pool.
Using real-life examples, McKinsey senior partners David Chinn and Jay Jubas offer their perspective for how start-ups can approach an array of challenges, covering everything from setting strategy and fundraising to functional issues.
Trax cofounder and chairman Joel Bar-El and McKinsey senior partner and Israel Tech Hub leader Jay Jubas tackle the next challenge on their start-up journey by addressing how to scale and grow the start-up, to ultimately executing a successful exit strategy.
Trax cofounder and chairman Joel Bar-El and McKinsey senior partner and Israel Tech Hub leader Jay Jubas delve into the tech start-up journey, taking on the imperative of identifying a big enough problem or pain point to solve, to the challenges of building a viable product, testing it and getting the right investors on board.