Israel has more serial entrepreneurs per capita than any other nation. ISRAEL21c uncovers some surprising motivating factors pushing them to succeed.
‘In the world of martial-arts competitions, I have never felt anxious — not about performing in front of an audience, and not about getting injured.’
‘It was hard for me to believe that an organ that cannot be replaced would so severely lack a system to help it heal,’ says Prof. Michal Schwartz.
Starring in the 30th season of Hawaii-based ‘Bodies in Motion,’ Gilad Janklowicz reflects on the inbred chutzpah that led him to international fame.
Prof. Hossam Haick, the Technion’s rising star in nanotechnology, believes the young Arab generation is thirsting for advanced scientific knowledge.
‘People can hear certain Israeli elements in our music, but we all just speak the language of music, and that has no borders or boundaries,’ says the saxophonist.
According to serial entrepreneur Yochi Slonim it’s differentiating an idea that will make your company a success, not product features.
He never finished high school, but that has not kept this daring Israeli entrepreneur from international fame for his ‘Paranoid’ software.
ISRAEL21c takes a tour of the visual artist’s eclectic workspace as she gears up to build a bridge of salt across the Dead Sea next year.
Israeli artist Tal Peleg has revamped the eye art discipline with eye-catching, colorful designs.