HR-tech co ActiView raises $6.5m from Teddy Sagi
ActiView’s VR system is based on machine learning to identify behavioral attributes in job applicants through games and simulations.
Israeli startup ActiView, which has developed virtual reality (VR) technology for assessing job applicants, has raised $6.5 million in a Series A financing round from Teddy Sagi Group. To date, the company has been able to develop using its own funds. Since the investment by Teddy Sagi, the company has expanded its workforce from 30 to 50, of whom 45 are in Israel with the remainder in England, where the company also intends growing.