Female geeks are a rare breed, and Bar has made a splash with Geekmedia, VentureGeeks and Geektime blog, now debuting in English.
He cut his entrepreneurial teeth in his dad’s Carmel Market stall, got a Harvard MBA and founded the largest site for trading in electronics.
‘What drives me is the idea of building something people use and need and love,’ says Orit Hashay, a rising star among Israeli female CEOs.
Shortly after leaving Paris for Israel at age 18, Edouard Cukierman began building cross-continental economic bridges. He’s now chairman of the largest investment team in Israel.
‘Improving the world, for Israelis, is a way of life. Entering situations of uncertainty is less traumatic because that’s life here,’ says Roni Einav.
They’re young, they’re talented, and they’ve already got their own businesses – meet Israel’s teenage entrepreneurs.
In the final part of our two-part series, ISRAEL21c takes a look at the pioneers who changed the face of Israel’s history and transformed the country into the world’s high-tech trailblazer.
Long before Israel was known as the startup nation, skilled and visionary men were already putting it on course as the next Silicon Valley. In the first of a two-part series, ISRAEL21c takes a look at Israel’s top 10 high-tech pioneers.
He’s only 18, but Ben Lang is already a serial entrepreneur. Now he’s co-founded Innovation Israel — a community for startups, entrepreneurs and investors.