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Employment and education among ultra-orthodox women, including in tech, is only rising, says a recent Israel Democracy Institute report. This is in part due to initiatives like Ultra-Code, a two-year program that provides haredi women with advanced study and training in technological subjects to help them gain employment in the tech sector
SKYOPS and Airwayz are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership, combining SKYOPS’ innovative fleet management and flight operations solution with Airwayz’ leading Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) services. SKYOPS recognizes the importance of seamless integration of UTM within its aviation software solutions. This collaboration enables SKYOPS to enhance its platform’s capabilities by leveraging Airwayz’ expertise in UTM. Together, they are committed to advancing the integration of UTM services, ensuring the safe and efficient management of unmanned aircraft operations.
The real estate industry has long been a driving force in the global economy, and this is expected to continue in the coming years. According to recent projections, the global real estate market is anticipated to reach a staggering $48.9T by 2031. With its significant size and profitability, the industry has naturally attracted the attention of startups, who have subsequently become integral participants in the market.
Cyber attacks on utilities and industrial infrastructure are on the rise. There was Colonial Pipeline, where an American oil pipeline system carrying gasoline and jet fuel suffered a ransomware attack that affected computerized equipment managing it, and JBS, where the world’s largest meat processing company paid the equivalent of $11 million in ransom to put an end to a major cyber attack.
For the first time in history, a single-family property fund will be financed through blockchain-based securities. UK investment company London Chelsea Limited is partnering with SolidBlock, a digital securities issuance and trading platform, to raise financing for London Digital Bond, a new fund that invests in prime residential real estate.
While remote investing has long been popular with Millennials, Covid-19 is leading other generations to embrace this method as well. In fact, with the epidemic changing how we live and work, perhaps permanently, online platforms could become the preferred option for a majority of investors.