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28 January 2007

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Uri L.

can be added - Palore, urbanseeder, semingo, gizmoz (50/50, not pure web), sweetIM (not chic-ey like others, but still), WeFi, Foxytunes

ouriel

updating, thanks. I realized i forgot a few more that i also added. it is quite clear this map is going to be dynamic

Ron Mertens

Ouriel,

Thanks, a great idea and nicely done. I think you might wish to take a look at our StartupIsrael web page - a page for web 2.0 (entrepreneurs, but not just) with news, forums, links and articles.

http://www.startupisrael.com

Cheers,

Ron.

bigeau

zlio est sur les deux, berrebi va devoir faire un choix .

En faite le siege est à Paris rend le nous HO, on a deja pas bcp de startup tu vas pas piquer nos logos :p

Jeremy Fain

To Bigeau: as you point out, several start ups (like Zlio, Jajah, Answers.com, etc.) deserve to belong to different geographical areas. The whole point of being successful as an Israeli company is to go international quickly: the domestic market is ways too small (the size of two French departments, or the size of New Jersey - as you like) and all Israeli entrepreneurs with some ambition plan to go abroad from Day 1. For instance, Jajah was developed in Israel, but operates from London with a main customer base in the US. Zlio was developed in Israel, operates 50% in Israel 25% in Paris and soon 25% in the US, and has its major customer base in France.

Btw, the same happens with Netvibes: a British company, software developed in Paris, operates from Paris and the Valley, main customer base in the US.

ilan a.

you should check on jajah. I read that it was an australian start up. on giga om i think.

Jacob

Nice work, Ouriel.

You can find some other companies here:
http://www.israelwebtour.com/blog/2006/10/annoucing_the_w.html

Also, although I'm pretty sure you're first with an Israeli web2.0 logo board, Eran Lahav came close back in August:
http://www.flickr.com/groups/web20israel/pool/

Jacob

Another one:
http://www.mekashrim.co.il/

Nir

Cool!!
They are being covered.

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