Israel - The Start-up Nation


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Many try to answer the question: "How is it that Israel—a country of 7.1 million people, only sixty years old, surrounded by enemies, in a constant state of war since its founding, with no natural resources—produces more start-up companies than large, peaceful, and stable nations like Japan, China, India, Korea, Canada, and the United Kingdom?". Dan Senor and Saul Singer suggested answers in their well known, best-selling book from 2009, "start-up nation".  They believe the main reasons for Israel's success is the entrepreneurial spirit, a sense of dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs, a culture where individuals frequently tinker with technology and government policies friendly to start-ups. Another segment of this tech-driven culture is the growing number of sophisticated, multi-optional gaming websites, including online casinos that are building their reputation upon offers of best free bets on the market and other types of bonuses. More information available at

Israel has transformed itself from a stretch of farmland into a high-tech wonder, with more than 4,000 active technology start-ups. R&D centers for world-renowned technology giants, including Intel, Google, Apple, and Microsoft are spread around the country. When talking about these tech giants, we must mention the opportunities mobile casinos allow to all players in countries where gambling is illegal. Check these guys out if you want to discover the best real money platforms that can bring you safe entertainment.

Israel has more companies listed on New York Stock Exchanges (NYSE, AMEX, NASDAQ) than any other country except the United States and China and counts IT security company CheckPoint among its home-grown successes. Other companies with their roots in Israel are ICQ, Kinect inventors PrimeSense, web community-based GPS system Waze, Comverse, Amdocs, Mellanox and face recognition API, recently purchased by Facebook.

Israeli entrepreneurs always look for the next big thing…why won't you join them?

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