Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:00 pm Post subject: New Book Examines the Future Of Israel's Hi-Tech Economy
New Book Examines the Future Of Israel's Hi-Tech Economy
Released on: September 24, 2012, 8:43 am
Author: Ruden Media Services - Israel
Industry: International Trade, Media, Small Business
September 24, 2012, 8:43 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- "What's Next for the Start-Up Nation", written by senior consultant Uri Goldberg, questions sustainability of Israeli technology sector
A new book is taking a cold, hard look at Israel's future as a high tech powerhouse. "What's Next for the Startup Nation?" (ISBN 1477241205) examines the future of the industry which paved the way for the country's phenomenal economic growth. Israel became a center for groundbreaking technological innovation thanks to entrepreneurship, coupled with forward thinking government policies and unique historical circumstance. Up until recently, the country had the highest venture capital cash flow per capita in the world.
Now, global and domestic challenges are threatening to wipe out Israel's achievements. Faced with a rapidly changing financial world as well as ongoing adversity, old policies are unlikely to remain effective. "What’s Next for the Start-Up Nation?" offers a clear and engrossing blueprint for fostering a strong environment of innovation while sustaining a vibrant economy and is now available on Amazon.com.
Uri Goldberg is a management expert, specializing in serving governments and corporations on strategy, innovations and economic development issues. Mr. Goldberg worked with McKinsey& Co. where he directed key consulting projects for Fortune 500 companies as well as governments in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He also served as Foreign Policy Aid to Israeli President Shimon Peres in his former capacity as Vice Prime Minister. He currently resides in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
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