By David Bar-OnIt is no secret that the Israeli startup scene is booming.
Israel is home to a plethora of entrepreneurial firms, from start-ups to venture capital firms, and has been described as a “global startup hub” for more than a decade.
But the emergence of Israel’s most recent startup boom may have more to do with the country’s demographics.
While the country has one of the highest population densities in the world, and the country is the fourth most populous in the Western Hemisphere, it has also become increasingly multicultural.
The Israeli startup ecosystem is also being shaped by a rising number of young entrepreneurs.
With a population of just under half a million people, Israel has an extremely high rate of entrepreneurship, with nearly half of all startups founded in the past year.
The country has also experienced a significant number of “outsider” start-up successes, with over 30 of the countrys most successful startups founded outside of Israel.
The entrepreneurial environment has led to a boom in the number of Israeli start-Ups, or new companies launched outside of the Israeli sphere of influence.
In 2016, Israel had a total of 3,948 startups, with more than half of them originating outside of Tel Aviv, according to a report by the Israeli Startup Alliance.
A recent survey conducted by the Startup Center of Israel (ISIA) showed that the number and size of new start- ups in Israel was on the rise.
Of the 3,900 start-ups surveyed, more than 60% were either new to the country or had been in the country for less than three years.
More than a quarter of start-users were based in Israel, and half of these were startups with fewer than 100 employees.
Most of the start- users are based in Tel Aviv and Tel Aviv alone accounted for 70% of all the startups surveyed.
Israel has a large number of entrepreneurs who started outside of their home country.
There are more than 100,000 entrepreneurs from the U.S., U.K., Germany, and other countries in Israel.
While there is an increasing number of Israelis who started in other countries and have made it to Israel, there are also a number of local companies who have gained a foothold in the startup scene.
Among them are a few well-known names in Israel such as Yair Shaked and Amnon Chaim, who have helped start a number popular startups, including e-tailers, clothing store L.L. Bean, and restaurant chain Sipaya.
Among the startup entrepreneurs who made it through to the next level in Israel are two young Israeli entrepreneurs who came from different backgrounds.
Yael Nachman and Yossi Tachman, both 19 years old, are two of the most prominent Israeli entrepreneurs in the Israeli start up scene.
Yair was born in a refugee camp in the occupied West Bank, and left for Israel after the second intifada.
He moved to Tel Aviv after graduating high school.
Yoss, on the other hand, moved to Israel at the age of 17 and has become a successful entrepreneur.
Yass is a recent graduate from Tel Aviv University.
Both men were successful entrepreneurs.
Yishai Zohar, who came to Israel in 2010 and has since made his mark as an entrepreneur, left his job as an employee of a technology firm to join the startup ecosystem.
Zoharian was one of two founders of the mobile app startup Nautilus, which launched in the summer of 2018 and has received significant funding from several prominent venture capitalists.
Yisrael Lidman, who graduated from Tel Yeshiva University in 2012, was one the founders of a successful start- up that was acquired by e-commerce company Bnei Brak.
Another prominent Israeli entrepreneur, Tal Ben-Eliezer, is a former top executive at Facebook.
In addition to the entrepreneurs listed above, there is a large contingent of start ups from other sectors that have gained popularity in the last year.
For example, the recent success of the popular Israeli online dating site Bae, and that of online-gaming startup Gamers Club, are only a few of the recent Israeli companies that have made headlines.
In fact, it seems as if there are many more startups in the pipeline that have not yet had a chance to come to fruition.
The start-Up Industry The startup industry in Israel is rapidly expanding and attracting investors.
According to the Israel Technology Council, in 2016, there were almost 10,000 start-UPs in Israel and this number is expected to reach nearly 22,000 in 2021.
In the first quarter of this year, the Israeli venture capital market reached $1.4 billion.
This is an increase of roughly 1,500% from the same period last year, according the ISIA.
The growth of the startup industry is evident in the booming stock markets in Israel in the first half of this decade.
According a report published by the Jerusalem-based Israel Chamber of Commerce