With more than 600 tech startups in its 20 square miles, Tel Aviv is second only to California’s Silicon Valley, attracting investment and guidance from giants including Google and eBay.

It’s all about an ecosystem of talented people eager to work together and tackle touch challenges. “You have everything you need and all the people who can help you get a startup going and make it successful,” says Roy Man, founder and CEO of DaPulse, which offers a new approach to internal corporate communications.

Click on the video to find out what makes Tel Aviv a startup city.