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Our CEO, Adam Singolda, discusses a pivotal year for tech, content discovery, and Taboola as we approach a time where we’re reaching half of the globe.
Support of women in tech spurred the creation of Taboola Breet, an internal community that discusses issues around diversity and inclusion.
Over 100 Taboolars in LA and TLV participated in our first global hackathon—we saw mobile apps, deep learning to data visualization tools & even robots.
How one college student helped define the future of VR in Taboola’s engineering challenge. The Taboola VR Challenge was held in Los Angeles (LA).
During my closing keynote presentation at LA Hacks, I had a surprise announcement: the launch of our first-ever Taboola Virtual Reality Challenge!
Summer 2015 brought Taboola’s New York office ten new interns, and we have since been fully immersed in the day-to-day life of full-time “Taboolars.” From digging up industry research for RFPs and prospective clients, to brainstorming alternative titles to articles, interns work with teams on both the publisher and media sides of Taboola’s business. In addition to assisting with ongoing work and projects, interns participate in weekly mentor meetings with the heads of their respective departments, discussing goals and areas of interest to explore throughout the summer. “Taboola’s internship program recruits ambitious students and recent graduates to work alongside our teams, while also providing an opportunity for interns to take on projects of their own,” says Karen Warner, HR and Talent Acquisition Manager at Taboola. Professional development is also fostered during Taboola University (“TaboolaU”), a monthly internal education program that educates Taboolars from our New York City headquarters. In-depth sessions […]
Last week, we were honored to be named the “2015’s Most Promising Startup In Israel” by the most widely distributed daily newspaper in Israel, Calcalist. We are humbled to be in the company of all 50 Israeli startups that were recognized by the publisher, including Kaltura, Playbuzz, Infinidat, Similar Web, eToro, Fiverr, and others. This distinction could not have been achieved without the unique team we call Taboolars – from our engineers that work around the clock in Tel Aviv to our top notch account managers around the world. We are extremely grateful to Calcalist for acknowledging our team’s achievements and rapid growth. If you read Hebrew, I welcome you to read the full story on Calcalist.co.il.
For the past seven years, I have been privileged to work with an amazing team of individuals dedicated to our vision of connecting people to information they may like and never knew existed. With nearly half of our company based in Tel Aviv building and enhancing our technology, I’m proud to say that Deloitte, one of the leading professional service firms in the world, recently ranked Taboola as the fastest growing technology company in Israel. This recognition underscores our team’s commitment to innovation and we are grateful to Deloitte for acknowledging our hard work and recent growth. I look forward to the next seven years.
Well, it finally happened. Today, I took the Ice Bucket Challenge in response to several of my friends and colleagues who requested I “pack myself with ice.” I’m excited to have this opportunity to help raise awareness for Lou Gehrig’s Disease and to donate to ALS. I’m hereby challenging the following people: The entire Taboola office – This includes all of our global offices in New York City, Pasadena, London, Tel Aviv, and Bangkok Victoria Monsul of the Wall Street Journal Our good friend, Jo Ling Kent of FOX Business …and I know this is breaking the rules but I’m also challenging Louis CK. If you’re out there and you read this, Louis, it’s time we meet for coffee or a drink. You all have 24 hours to comply and/or donate $100 to ALS Research. Good luck! UPDATE: Some Taboolars have stepped up and accepted Adam’s challenge. Our New York City […]