These Israeli entrepreneurs are making everything from smart cars to apps that connect volunteers with their next project. Check out the start-up scene in Israel and see for yourself why Israel has earned the nickname “start-up nation.”
Tikkun Olam Make-a-thon (TOM), is a global community of makers that want to make the world a better place.
This initiative aims to develop products that answer challenges presented by real people and aim for the needs of those in extreme poverty in developing and developed countries.
Yanki Margalit is best known for starting Aladdin Knowledge Systems. He is a serial Israeli entrepreneur and currently chairman of SpaceIL.
“Israeli Mapped in NY” together with CRC media, have created this clip to show the Israeli success as a startup nation, not only in Israel, but also in New York with over 200 Israeli startups in NY and more startups start their operations in NY every month.
“Israeli Mapped in NY” is the home for New York area Israeli startup companies. The site, created by Guy Franklin in January 2013, provides a detailed map of Israeli startups and is a place for the startups to connect, cooperate, advise and share a virtual workspace while showing the Israeli success in the world. The website also promotes the Israeli start-ups to potential investors such as angels and VC’s and employees who are seeking for job opportunities. IsraeliMappedinNY.com features over 200 Israeli start-up companies. The companies include those involved with Ad-Tech, Video, Consumer Web, Smartphone applications and more. www.IsraeliMappedinNY.com