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    Dec. 10— The Interior Ministry’s continuing restriction of entry visas for foreign “experts” and entrepreneurs is blocking the Chief Scientist’s new plan to bring them into Israel. And industrialists say they are not surprised. The Economy Ministry, which includes the Office of the Chief Scientist, announced the new “innovation” visa program Oct. 22 and said… Read More »

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    The percentage of foreign employees in Tel Aviv startups is far below global and Silicon Valley averages, the Wall Street Journal reportedon Tuesday. Just 2% of Tel Aviv startup staff are foreign, while those figures are 29% globally and 5% in Silicon Valley, California, according to a recent report by Startup Compass Inc. — a bench-marking tool that allows CEOs to view their own metrics… Read More »

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    Israel has announced a unique visa program that makes it easier for foreign nationals to work in the country’s growing startup tech and innovation space. It will allow entrepreneurs to work in the ‘Silicon Valley of the Mediterranean’ Tel Aviv, for 24 months. A specialist visa will be available to business people who want to… Read More »

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  • Israel Announces Entrepreneur Visa
    Posted on November 10, 2015
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    The Israeli Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Interior, along with the office of Chief Scientist, have announced the launch of a new visa which will allow entrepreneurs from around the world to come to the startup city of Tel Aviv for 24 months in order to develop innovative projects. Entrepreneurs who wish to… Read More »

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  • Israel is planning to introduce a new start-up visa aimed at entrepreneurs from around the world who plan to work in the city for 24 months on innovative projects. The move should be a wake-up call for policymakers in Ireland’s Government, who are already under pressure to remove the friction that exists when it comes… Read More »

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  • If you are planning on creating the next Waze, the next Trusteer, or the next XtremIO, the government doesn’t care if you’re Jewish, Israeli or have even visited the Holy Land. It wants you to set up shop right here. The Economy Ministry on Thursday announced plans to issue “innovation visas” for foreign entrepreneurs to… Read More »

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