These Are The Participating Startups at Next Week’s Travel Tech Israel 2018 Event


Travel Tech Israel, one of the biggest conference in the industry will be taking place next week, in Tel Aviv, where leading executives from the travel and hospitality industry will meet to discuss cutting-edge technologies, exchange ideas and share insights.

Travel Tech Israel is part of a larger endeavor to boost the emerging Travel Tech startup ecosystem, creating synergies and fostering innovation by connecting the best travel companies worldwide with the most promising and innovative startups.

InnoVel, TTI’s parent company, is headed by Rom Hendler, a 25-year industry veteran and former Chief Administration Officer of Las Vegas Sands. Recently, InnoVel had two important additions to its solid advisory board: Henry Harteveldt, one of the travel industry’s most well-known and respected industry analysts and advisors, and Michael Frenkel, a NYC-based marketing, communications industry relations and business development innovator with more than 20 years of experience in travel and hospitality. Hardevelt serves as Principal at Atmosphere Research. Frenkel serves as President of NYC-based MFC PR, a travel communications consultancy, and marketing partner at San Francisco-based Thayer Ventures.

There’s still time to register to TTI if you haven’t done so yet.

Participating startups include


Featured as one of top travel tech startup to watch in 2018 by Skift, Fornova is a global B2B solutions provider of market intelligence and distribution in the increasingly aggressive travel & retail markets.


Roomer is a travel marketplace company headquartered in New York. It develops, markets and operates the Roomer website and apps in which users can list their non-refundable hotel reservations for sale and offer them to buyers at a discounted price.


Founded on a mission to empower global travelers and infuse more Zen into your air travel experience. Flyzen offers benefits and compensations for air travelers in case of flight delays and other disruptions.


Ads Hotel is the leading platform to connect hotels to metasearch portals, allowing them to compete in the same internet ecosystem of OTAs.
This self-catering platform, with its unique core features, enables Hotels not only to connect and advertise but also optimize their campaigns, increasing revenue and generating new direct bookings.


WeTrip is a social travel platform that personalizes travel attractions information according to users’ travel preferences. Instead of presenting lists of hundreds or thousands of things-to-do for each destination, we present travel attractions in a more visual and engaging manner, having the content sorted according to the user’s travel preferences.


Hotelmize provides travel agencies an automated profit optimization service by leveraging hotels’ dynamic pricing methods to their own benefit. Hotelmize’s service automatically tracks clients’ hotel reservations and re-books them for a lower net rate, enabling agencies to purchase smarter and increase their profits by keeping the difference between the original, more expensive rate and the new, cheaper rate.


Feelter brings the most authentic, relevant, un-manipulated wisdom of the crowd from social networks right to your products, helping back your customers’ micro-moment decisions, without them ever having to leave your page.


Splitit is a credit-based payment system that enables merchants to offer interest free monthly installment payments to their customers.


Viggo‘s unified, cloud-based guest engagement platform allows hotels to manage and publish content across multiple digital touchpoints, such as the hotel’s WiFi Portal, In Room Smart TV, and Branded Mobile App.


GivingWay is a social impact, for-profit tech company, which is a fancy way of saying that they use technology to support social & environmental causes across the world. Their global marketplace makes it easy for travelers to engage in a wide range of good causes by connecting with the people and organizations behind them.