NEW YORK (The Street) -- So much has been said about Israel as a hub of innovation there is no reason to bore you with the statistics about how the country is the size of New Jersey and has more tech than almost any other place on earth.
Yet there is something really interesting happening that not many people have spoken about. Let's call it a "transition from start-up nation to unicorn nation."
There are enough companies in Israel that are getting their fair share of love from the press -- companies like Meerkat, Yo, Moovit, and others -- but what about the next generation of unicorns, still in their infancy?
Some of these little guys, if statistics are of any significance, are likely to become the next <Insert your favorite unicorn here/>.
So here are ten companies that you most likely never heard of, but surely will in the near future (and not only because you are reading this post).
A young company founded by female entrepreneurs Tal Shoham and Shany Peleg, Evolero enables anyone to become an event organizer with all the tools they need including ticketing, social integrations, speaker profiles, and much more under one roof.
The company recently closed a seed round of over $2 million and is now expanding after helping produce hundreds of events around the world. Some Evolero customers include TEDMED, AOL (AOL), Microsoft (MSFT), DLD Tel Aviv, Ernst & Young, and Orange (ORAN).