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Deep-tech solving big real-world problems

for huge real-world markets

Applying deep technology
to disrupt large markets


Benny Landa



 In 1977, Benny Landa founded Indigo, which developed the world's first digital printing press.


Indigo was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2002 and today, as HP-Indigo, continues to lead the digital printing market worldwide. Indigo accounts for about 0.5% of Israel's GDP.


With some 1000 patents to his name worldwide, Benny is Israel's - and the printing industry's - most prolific inventor.


Following the sale of Indigo to HP, Benny founded the Landa Group, which is dedicated to the creation of  high tech industry in Israel.


It is comprised of Landa Labs, Landa Labs Spinout Companies and Landa Ventures.


Landa Labs

Landa Labs is the science innovation and incubation platform of the Landa Group.


Its staff, mostly physicists, chemists, materials scientists and engineers, many with advanced degrees, conduct research in nanotechnology for use in food tech, pharma, beauty care, solar energy, printed electronic, energy storage and other fields.


Landa Labs develops nano-materials and related processes for disrupting major industries. Since it's inception, Landa Labs has created billions of dollars of value.


Landa Spin-Out businesses

Once Landa Labs’ developments mature into validated disruptive solutions, they are spun out as separate businesses, divided into two categories: those which Landa owns and operates and those which are sold to others.

Since its inception, Landa Labs has spun out seven businesses. Four are owned and operated by Landa and three have been sold to others.


Landa Ventures

Landa Ventures is the investment arm of the Landa Group. It identifies promising young technology companies that have potentially disruptive solutions for large markets.


The Landa Ventures portfolio comprises 10 companies. Landa Ventures is an active strategic investor and helps drive value to its portfolio companies, assisting them to become substantial high tech industrial businesses.

The Landa Group



INDIGO Eprint 1000

World's First Digital Printing Press

1977 - Indigo founded

1993 - Unveils world's first digital printing press

1993 - present - No.1 in digital commercial printing

1994 - IPO on NASDAQ stock exchange

2002 - Acquired by Hewlett-Packard

2003 - Founded Landa Labs & Landa Ventures

2012 - Founded Landa Digital Printing

2016 - Founded Lusix

2019 - Founded Lumet

2024 - Founded NanoMetalix

Today - One of Israel's leading technology enterprises

Landa S10

World's First

Nanographic Printing™ Press


The Landa Group


Once Landa Labs developments mature into validated disruptive solutions, they are spun out as separate businesses.

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