Referring to Israel as the “startup nation” is hardly original now. Having first arisen in 2009 with the publication of Saul Singer’s and Dan Senor’s book Start-up Nation, the nickname has remained associated with the country – and not without good reason. In spite of having a population of just 8.5 million people, which places…

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