Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, countries across the globe are grappling not only with a once-in-a-century public health challenge, but also with a sharp economic downturn – and small and medium businesses (SMBs) are uniquely vulnerable.
After two months of lockdowns to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, countries across the globe are beginning to implement phased exit strategies for safely reopening their economies. As governments and businesses look to
The global coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted the lives, the livelihoods, and the wellbeing of billions of people worldwide – but no group is more vulnerable to COVID-19 itself, or to the loneliness and sense
The coronavirus pandemic has strained healthcare systems and battered economies worldwide. While the duration and scale of the outbreak remain to be determined, meeting the challenge it presents will undoubtedly require the rapid deployment of
With 1,500 active life sciences companies and a vibrant research and innovation ecosystem, it’s hardly surprising that Israel is at the center of some of the most important developments in health and medical technology. That
For a nation of only 8.5 million people, Israel punches above its weight when it comes to medical innovation, pioneering best-practices in digital health and developing world-class medical devices powered by ground-breaking technologies. Israel’s prestigious
20 Israeli companies showcased their latest digital health technologies at the Israel National Pavilion at the HIMSS 2018 conference in Las Vegas from March 5-9, demonstrating Israel’s status as a global hub of healthcare innovation.
CorNeat Vision develops new nanotech solution that could one day help restore sight to millions who have gone blind due to diseases of the cornea. An early-stage Israeli ophthalmic medical devices startup has developed a
One of their achievements will be British Columbia’s decision to send its first trade mission to Israel next month to scope for cyber-security and life sciences opportunities. Led by B.C. Finance Minister Mike De Jong,