Tag Archive: Kaltura

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    by Angie Chang

    In The World Of Tech, Women Can Have It All

    This article has been syndicated from TechCrunch.

    By Michal Tsur (Co-Founder & President, Kaltura) & Leah Belsky (VP of Strategy, Kaltura)

    The blossoming tech startup generation, and the new wave of professional women seeking success in the workplace and at home don’t always cross paths. Tech industries suffer from a noticeable lack of strong female leadership at the top, while powerful women have mostly flocked to traditional industries. Although the concept of “having it all” might itself be elusive, it’s time that women who value both a rich home life and a fulfilling career explore the tech startup world.

    In July/August 2012 the Atlantic Monthly featured an article that soon became the publication’s most popular piece

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    What Is The Tipping Point? Going From “Side Project” To “Startup”

    By Michal Tsur (Co-Founder & President, Kaltura) and Leah Belsky (VP of Strategy, Kaltura)


    As the entrepreneurship frenzy in the US grows it seems that more and more people are walking around talking about their “startup.” Sometimes they refer to a full time venture-backed endeavor. And sometimes it’s just a project “on the side.”

    What turns a group of people into a “startup”? Do we call a group of people a startup:

    • When they have an idea and start to pursue it?
    • When they make a commitment
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    by Angie Chang

    Do Successful Startups Come in Multiples of Threes?

    By Michal Tsur (Co-Founder & President, Kaltura) and Leah Belsky (VP of Strategy, Kaltura)

    When Cyota started more than 12 years ago, it was developing a solution to provide online shoppers with a single use online credit card number, so that their primary card would never be revealed online. It sounded like an extremely innovative idea at the time, particularly because e-commerce was not well developed yet, and shoppers were very concerned.

    Shockingly –- there were 3 different companies (1 out of Israel, 1 out of India, and 1 out of Ireland) who were developing the exact same solution at the exact same time.