The "most promising startup in Israel for 2015" (Globes) StoreDot is the leader in the innovation of materials and their device applications, developing ground-breaking technologies based on a unique methodology for the design, synthesis and tuning of new organic compounds. These proprietary compounds dramatically improve the performance of a range of devices, including batteries, displays, sensors and digital memory.
Designed to replace known technologies by means of enhanced physical, chemical, electrical and optical properties, StoreDot’s technology, inspired by nature, can be optimized for multiple industries, including fast-charging batteries for mobile devices and electric vehicles. Additionally, it has the potential to disrupt such industries as energy, displays, semiconductors, image sensors, and digital memory.
With a strong technological team of noted scientists and device engineering experts, StoreDot is positioned to reinvent the world of materials and devices as we know it.

Company Growth (employees)
Herzliya, IL
Size (employees)
55 (est)-1%
StoreDot was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Herzliya, IL

Key People at StoreDot

Doron Myersdorf

Doron Myersdorf

CEO and Founder
Walter Tabachnik

Walter Tabachnik

Simon Litsyn

Simon Litsyn

CTO and Co-founder
Gil Rosenman

Gil Rosenman

Chief Scientist and Co-founder
Daniel Aronov

Daniel Aronov

VP of R&D
Saar Kirmayer

Saar Kirmayer

R&D Materials Scientist

StoreDot Office Locations

StoreDot has an office in Herzliya
Herzliya, IL (HQ)
3 Arieh Shenkar St

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$136 m

Latest funding size

$60 m

Time since last funding

about 1 month


StoreDot's latest funding round in August 2017 was reported to be $60 m. In total, StoreDot has raised $136 m

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StoreDot News and Updates

StoreDot raises $60 million from Daimler, others for electric car batteries that charge in 5 minutes

StoreDot, an Israel-based startup that makes super-fast charging batteries built upon bio-organic technology, has raised $60 million in a round of funding led by Daimler’s trucking division, with participation from Samsung Ventures, Norma Investments, and a number of “financial institutions” from Is…

Quick-charging battery startup StoreDot gets $60M on $500M valuation led by Daimler

 As we continue to see a proliferation of wireless connected devices make their way into the mainstream consumer electronics market, there has been growing attention on a key issue that will be central to making all these devices work: efficient power supplies, and specifically practical battery sys…

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