Entering a growing market: considerations for entrepreneurs in the field of digital health

With a market estimated to be worth $140 billion and expected growth to more than $400 billion in 2025, it is no wonder that many Israeli entrepreneurs are active in the thirst-for-innovation health sector. Still, many of them are closing down. We've prepared some tools to help you overcome the statistics

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Avi Yaron, founder and CEO Visionsense and now Joy Ventures has gone through three brain surgeries, leading to his invention of a new kind of surgical camera (Rene Johnston/Toronto Star via Getty Images Israel)

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