Photo courtesy of Wiliot

Photo courtesy of Wiliot


CEO: Tal Tamir

Funds raised to date: $50 million

No. of employees: 45

Investors: Qualcomm Ventures, M Ventures, Grove Ventures, Samsung, Amazon Web Services, Avery Dennison

Headquarters: San Diego, Tel Aviv

Year founded: 2017

Company description: Wiliot is a fabless semiconductor company that makes tiny Bluetooth stickers that can be affixed to everyday items.


Stephen Statler, senior vice president of business development for Wiliot. Photo courtesy of Wiliot


Wiliot designs sticker-sized Bluetooth chips, which it hopes to sell for less than a penny each. The chips can be sewn into clothing, stuck onto prescription bottles and other everyday objects, allowing for new uses through connectivity. Photo courtesy of Wiliot

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