Human Resources for Innovation (Observations from Circles One and Two)

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The technology sector in Israel is currently in hyper growth mode. With more than 5,000 start-ups and over 250 global R&D centers, Israeli high-tech continues to create more and more jobs. Israeli technology not only creates more positions to be filled by engineers, developers, and designers, but also creates demand for technicians and professional service providers. At ...

Global Interest in Israeli Technology Creates Jobs in Both Israel and the US (Observations from Circle One)

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Dear friends The technology sector is a powerful growth engine in the Israeli economy, representing 10% of the country’s labor force, more than 15% of its GDP growth, and over 40% of its industrial exports. Additionally, investment in innovation represents 4.5% of Israel’s GDP. But most importantly, the technology sector creates new jobs, and with it, ...

Skill-set for Today’s Start-up Leadership (Observations from “Circle One” and Beyond).

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My Independence Day

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Dear Friends, My third post is written in both English & Hebrew. It is about my “Personal Independent Day”. I was asked by my friend Izhar Shay (See his blog: Start-Up Stadium) to write about this very special day of May 15 when we celebrate our national independence. However, I would like to share with you some relevant ...

More Than A Start-Up Nation (Observations from Circle One)

Dear Friends, Most people tend to think of the Israeli high tech scene in two different ways. Some believe Israeli entrepreneurs and investors are incapable (or not interested) of building significant companies in Israel. According to this school of thought we should only focus on technology and better the way we innovate – start companies, but ...