Israel has earned the nickname "Startup Nation" for good reason: it has 8.5 million inhabitants, a total of 4,000 startups, and 5,500 active startups, more than any other country in the Middle East and North Africa. Eight years ago, a book called Start-up Nation opened the eyes of the world to the breathtaking pace of start-up activity in Israel.
It explains how this politically isolated country, with a population of only 8 million, manages to be one of the most innovative and innovative countries in the world in the technology sector. Start-up Nation, Israel is recognized as a "startup ecosystem," outweighing its weight among countries with only about 8 million inhabitants. It is the sixth largest start-up per capita in the world, behind the US
In recent decades, the state of Israel has positioned itself as a start-up nation that has spawned a number of successful companies, including CyberArk, Taboola, Checkmarx, and others.
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