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Israeli Law Series: Introduction

Feb 02, 2016

Israeli Law Series: Introduction

We are pleased to introduce a new series for this blog in relation to Israeli law.

Israel is an exciting economic zone, brimming with investment potential. It was ranked 3rd for innovation globally by the WEF Global Competitiveness Yearbook 2014-15, and Technion, Israel’s Institute for Technology, has been ranked 1st among universities worldwide for innovation in a challenging environment. Israel has a thriving entrepreneurial culture with the 2nd highest (behind Silicon Valley) concentration of high-tech companies in the world. 

In addition to its promising innovation potential, Israel has a highly skilled and educated workforce and highly ranked scientific infrastructure. This makes it an ideal environment for research and development. In fact, Israel is the leading country for registration of medical equipment patents. Israel also invests heavily in education and research with systems in place for collaboration between academia, industry and government.

Israel’s innovation and start-up culture is complemented by a flourishing venture capital market, resilient economy with security measures in place for investors, as well as a diverse culture and dependable infrastructure.

With this blog series we hope to share more information about Israel’s venture culture and legal framework with interested parties.

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