Jerusalem - Google Launches Tel Aviv-Based Innovation Workshop
Jerusalem - Google on Monday launched a Tel Aviv-based workshop center, at a press conference attended by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
According to Google, â€śCampus Tel Avivâ€ť, will be a one-floor workshop where Israel-based start-ups and entrepreneurs can work on their endeavors, with access to Google experts and infrastructure.
On Monday, Yossi Matias, Managing Director of Googleâ€™s research and development center in Israel said the company â€śrecognize[s] the huge talent that has made Israel the ‘start-up nation,’ the world’s second largest center of tech start-ups after Silicon Valley. Israelâ€™s future innovation success needs a supportive environment that will foster the next generation of young talent.â€ť
In his remarks, Netanyahu spoke of the importance Israel must continue to place on innovation, especially as the rest of the Middle East â€śis moving back to the middle ages, in the end freedom and knowledge and curiosity will be victorious.â€ť
Netanyahu said â€świthout innovation it doesnâ€™t matter if you have everything else, if you donâ€™t have freedom and innovation all of your investments in education and advancement will fail.â€ť
Content provided as courtesy by The Jerusalem Post.
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