Cognilyze was one of six start-ups, our of over 240 Israeli start-ups that applied, to be selected by KamaTech for their new start-up accelerator program. On Monday evening the inimitable Yossi Vardi MC'ed the event.
Cognilyze CEO Dvir Lehrer gave a "personal pitch," as KamaTech wanted - a 3-minute pitch both about Cognilyze and about something personal from Dvir's life. The video is below. (This pitch was in Hebrew.)
More soon on Cognilyze, its founders, and how we're changing the world of e-commerce product recommendations and customer profiling.