Geektime.co.il met Nekuda to learn of Israeli technologies debuting in CES 2015. See linkÂ here.
Why Nekuda? Because Israeli startups such as Humavox, Zutalabs and Freshub, and global brands such as TDK, Occipital and Samsung Electronics, meet at Nekuda to innovate their next generation products, and user experiences. Integrating product, design and engineering, and managing turnkey projects with software, hardware and technology sub-contractors,
Nekuda has become a hub for global tier 1 brands seeking to meet and incorporate into their brand visions Israeli technologies.
We wish TDK, Humavox and Occipital and many other Israelis and globals still in stealth mode- huge success in 2015.
Additional information can be found on the initiativesÂ website.
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