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The decarbonization dilemma: The heavy costs of industrial carbon emissions.
The manufacturing industry is finally catching up to decarbonization, understanding if it doesn’t, it will soon face heavy fines, penalties, and brand ostracization defined by public and private regulation.
Metaverse, insurance, and mental health. The new new thing.
As enterprises are heading towards the metaverse, emerging technology is on the rise for the healthcare industry, covering mental health risks.
Beyond sustainability: 3 reasons manufacturers must adopt a circular system.
For manufacturers, entering the circular economy may be daunting, but there are some key benefits that managers and executives should consider.
What will sustainable factories of the future look like?
Spoiler alert: technology is making it easier than ever to get closer to net-zero. From hyper-connectivity to energy harvesting to accident-preventing hardware, read on to discover what the future holds for sustainable manufacturing.
Why a connected factory can fast-track your net-zero goals.
From real-time data and metrics to decreased unexpected downtime, a digitized factory is the faster and more cost-efficient path to sustainable manufacturing. Read on to discover why.
Why it’s time to monetize industrial waste.
To deal with the global trash crises and rising temperatures, waste must be transformed into a resource rather than being seen as a problem. Read on to discover technologies leading the way in turning mountains of trash into cash.
4 key areas that are keeping your factory from getting to net-zero.
For the manufacturing sector to reach net-zero carbon emissions, huge collective action must be taken by all stakeholders. Read on to discover 4 key areas manufacturers should pay attention to.
Tech spotlight with Yaron Shenhav, CEO of SolCold.
We sat down with Yaron Shenhav, CEO of SolCold, the award-winning startup behind the revolutionary idea of harnessing the sun to make things cooler rather than warmer to learn how their technology is making it happen.
Mushrooms are having a moment: why corporations should care.
Neither plants nor animals, mushrooms belong to a kingdom of their own. From construction to mental health, read on to discover unexpected opportunities for mushroom innovation across industries.
Tech spotlight with Eitan Lavie, Co-Founder and CEO of Zeppi.
Zeppi's Co-Founder and CEO, Eitan Lavie spoke with us about Zeppi's innovative hovering video-call balloon robot, and the future of how we connect.
Tech spotlight with Tato Bigio, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of UBQ Materials.
We sat down with Tato Bigio, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of UBQ Materials, to learn more about the opportunities he sees in creating a circular economy within the waste management industry, as well as UBQ's journey to becoming the most "climate-positive thermoplastic on the market."
The market is barking: how pets are transforming into noteworthy consumers.
Pet tech companies that invest in consumer-facing branding and a well-crafted user experience have grown exponentially in the past five years. Read on to learn about the paw-sibilities in this growing market.
Cementing the future of green construction.
Tech is making it easier than ever for construction companies of all sizes to build more sustainably. Read on to learn which innovations offer both environmental and financial benefits that can turn sustainability goals into an attainable reality.
More than a pretty picture: unexpected drone uses.
As of today, drones are the most developed aerial unit in the world. What was once used for warfare, is now being used to create change for the better.
Who is an innovation leader.
Innovation leaders wear many hats depending on the organization they work in. But what are an innovation leader’s core responsibilities, and what does it take to advance innovation within an organization? Read on to find out.
5 women who transformed the history of tech.
Women are behind some of the most instrumental technology to have graced the earth but only now are they receiving their rightfully due credit. Read on to discover five technologies you probably didn't know were developed by women.
Four dilemmas of an innovation leader.
Being an innovation leader is not always easy. We’ve identified four key pain points holding back innovation and its leaders in an organization. Read on to learn what they are and how to overcome them.
The year grandma learned to Zoom.
Among the many affected by changes in daily life due to COVID-19, one group had to adopt and adapt quicker than anyone - our beloved senior population.
Corporate innovation & Israel’s homeland security.
In the past few decades, we've witnessed a pivot towards a global war on terror and a emergence cyberwarfare that pervasively threaten national security.
Why you need a sustainable supply chain.
As COVID-19 has moved us towards local production and a movement to become less reliant on large webs of global supply chains, the answer to sustainability is in Industry 4.0 technologies.
How auto insurers are transforming in a digital landscape.
With automakers embedding data-collecting markers into the vehicles, it becomes much easier to offer embedded insurance as part of a new car purchase.
Why cyber insurance is a blue ocean for tech startups.
The damage that can be caused from cyber attacks is serious and imminent, and the world of cyber insurance must catch up.
Constructing a sustainable future.
Our latest partnership with Tidhar Group, a leading Israeli real estate developer, will support their efforts on sustainability, green construction, green energy, robotics, and automation.
For once, Israeli tech has a chance to benefit Israelis.
It is possible that the COVID-19 crisis created an opportunity to initiate and accelerate digitization and innovation in Israeli corporations, under conditions that have not yet existed.
How COVID-19 brought the travel industry together.
For the travel industry catering to a now more fearful and more digitally connected consumer, the answer lies in reaching them right at their fingertips every step of their journey.
In fighting COVID, startups help governments.
The public sector is crucial for how we manage cities, localities, and states, but the power and know-how of the private are too potent to dismiss.
Cybersecurity is essential to rapid innovation.
As cybersecurity and business operations become more interdependent, corporations must start looking at cybersecurity as a fundamental component of their innovation strategy.
How telemedicine is helping employers.
There are two things we know for sure. One is that we are living in a time of hyperconsciousness regarding our health and wellbeing. The other is that remote work has become the norm for many companies.
What every company needs to know about reinsurance.
The concept of reinsurance has existed for over 700 years, created to protect the assets of traders and merchants. It has since evolved to be a global industry that stabilizes local insurance markets, and provides capital to the economy.
How fintech is serving the unbanked.
Over the past decade, a new wave of fintech startups have emerged; identifying the challenges the unbanked face and the opportunities they represent.
How autonomous cars will drive real estate into a new era.
Real estate and autonomous vehicles (AV) may not be the most intuitive pairing, but the impact of the development of each is more intertwined than one may think.
How the private completes the public sector.
The relationship between the public and the private is complicated and passionately fought over, but when one strikes the right balance, the results are often remarkable.
How COVID-19 accelerated corporate innovation.
Seven months into the pandemic, it is clear that everyone wants to see (or show) results. Background noises have faded, and there is no capacity for anything but ventures with a solid worth.
Why it’s time to liberate digital health data.
From healthcare delivery, to response, prevention, and treatment - the advantages are plentiful and not just in the world of healthcare but across multiple industries.
Startups should diversify revenue with credit scoring.
Many new methods of evaluating an individual’s “creditworthiness” are emerging, generating new opportunities in risk assessment in the form of alternative credit scoring.
How energy companies are innovative.
We’re witnessing a new industrial revolution that bridges our physical and digital worlds. Sustainability, responsible consumption, and convenience are the hallmarks of today’s consumerism.
The CNI-SOSA partnership: Accelerating innovation for the Brazilian industrial sector.
On July 1, 2020, SOSA and CNI, the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry, announced an official strategic partnership to advance innovation for Brazilian corporations and startups. Through this collaboration, Brazilian corporations gain access to state-of-the-art technology, innovation, and networks, previously outside their domain. Brazilian startups participate in acceleration programs aiming to provide them with tools and best practices to build global companies, tapping into SOSA's global network, creating essential relationships and strategic alliances.