Israeli water technology investors struggle to beat the viability gap

Water innovators have struggled to replicate the commercial success seen in other areas of technology. Backers in the private sector are starting to change their tactics.

A new effort by an Israeli engineering company is looking to break through the commercialisation gap that has held back water technology innovators in what is often feted as the world’s start-up hotspot.

For years, the “start-up nation” has looked to replicate its success in more traditional high-tech fields in the water sector. The country has made a name for itself in water...

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