High-tech Haifa: A start-up hub in the old port is a magnet for entrepreneurs
Start-ups in the city tripled in the last year, from 20 to 60, according to the city's new Youth Authority. Although Haifa's multinational high-tech giants are still a major pull for Technion graduates, many young trailblazers are landing here.
For most high-tech entrepreneurs in Israel who operate in Tel Aviv or its surroundings, the decision to move to Haifa to establish a start-up is not a natural choice. For several years now, the northern city has been identified with Israeli high-tech, but mostly in association with global giants such as Google, Phillips, Intel, Microsoft and, lately, Apple, rather than with local start-ups. Haifa has produced...
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed