A new buzz of innovative entrepreneurship has settled over Jerusalem. With only 10 startup companies in 2010, Israel’s capital currently boasts 500 startup companies, of which over 200 have been founded since 2014.
With international innovators such as Cisco, Teva, Kaspersky, J&J and others in the forefront, over 40,000 students at world-leading academic institutes and grants and tax benefits offered by the Jerusalem Development Authority, it is little wonder that the city is rushing to become Israel’s new start-up capital.
So who says ancient and innovative can't go together? This is the face of high-tech in one of the oldest cities in the world: Jerusalem!