Not only is there great real estate in Israel, but also great minds. One glance at the medical, scientific, high-tech, financial, or business news pages will confirm that Israel is at the forefront of innovation in just about every discipline known to man. And now we have our very own, first ever Forbes Israel 30 Under 30 list, featuring 60 young entrepreneurs in the fields of media, business, technology, government and social welfare. This year, the annual Forbes “Under 30” Summit will be held in Israel, further evidence of our leadership in the world. If you need more reasons to make aliyah and come on over to join the Nation, here is one.
Let’s take a peek at the Forbes Israel 30 Under 30
Itay Pincas is only 14 years old. He founded a company called Joy2Day, which has developed more than 20 apps.
Roy Reznik is 27 years old. He is the co-founder of Adallom, which he sold to Microsoft for a cool $320 million.
Noa Raviv, 28, considered to be one of the rising stars in the Israeli fashion world, is designing exquisite work which has been showcased in the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Dr. Kira Radinski is one of the Big Data pioneers and has created a unique algorithm to predict major outbreaks, such as plagues.
The Forbes Under 30 Summit, which will take place in Tel Aviv 3-7 April, 2016 promises to be a stellar event, with 600 or more dynamic, young entrepreneurs from around the world including Africa, the US, Europe, and Israel in attendance.
Of course, we here in Israel are very proud that Forbes has chosen us to host this year’s “Under 30” Summit, yet another reason to make Israel your home.