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This is one of the reasons why the Israeli climate is so good for start-ups.According to Yellin, another reason is that it’s okay to fail.The bestseller Start Up Nation, the story of Israel’s economic miracle, published ten years ago, has lost none of its power.The astonishing number of start-ups is reason enough to offer real tours on this subject.
Peaks on the graph are showing the pressure of a team throughout the match.
Above a slightly dilapidated shop is – inconspicuously – a cyber security company.
The CEO shows his office with two turntables and apologizes for the possibility of some loud music being heard in the interview room from time to time. Officially, the Israeli coastal city lies on the Asian part of the Mediterranean Sea.
No country in the world has more high-tech start-ups per capita than Israel.
In the week of the Eurovision Song Contest, Innovation Origins pays attention to this startup nation in a short series. Outside on the street, millennials pass by on electrical scooters.
Mana Yellin, vice president sales, talks about the technique ‘Scan & Go’ that can recognize whether the customer has forgotten anything within 5 seconds, by means of a combination of technologies. That way, profiling becomes an issue in the supermarket.