Explore the most vibrant Start Up Nation and VCs ecosystem of the world: Silicon Wadi
A customized leadership program to Silicon Wadi – Israel is made for senior managers and chief executives. We have organized such inspiration tours from one day to up to one week. The most common format for executives leaders programs and inspiration tours is 4-5 days (Saturday till Thursday) filled with 40+ agenda points plus one additional workshop day for the group on Saturday at a prestigious University or Research Lab. The tour can be organised in different cities in Israel – sometimes visiting several cities in one week.
Our team has guided customized managment development programs in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa and Be’ er Sheva.
Excerpt of companies we’ve visited during customized learning journeys in the past.
Reach out to Digital Leaders to learn more about how we can curated your management travel. From a one day CEO trip to a full week immersion program for a department.
We take care of the whole program, agenda, planning, guidance, documenations and all logistics from the moment you’ll arrive at the airport until you’ll leave again.
Tel Aviv was ranked the #1 startup ecosystem competing with Silicon Valley. Israeli passion and infrastructure for entrepreneurship and technology innovation are outstanding. Indeed, some of the largest VC funds are based in Israel, investing in startups in the USA and Israel. For example, the JVP funds have raised close to $1 Billion across nine venture capital funds.
In the modern westernized world, it is commonly thought that the majority of the technological advancements take place exclusively in Western Europe and United States. However, Israel has embarked on a journey to become one of the most technologically advanced countries in the Middle Eastern region. Its tech-heads are continuously experimenting with disruptive technologies to escalate technological advancements to a whole new level.
Silicone Wadi is, not only, the home of multinational companies (such as Intel, IMC, Microsoft, IBM and more), but also, one of the top developing countries to feature the establishment of new emerging tech startups. In fact, Israel yields a higher number of startups per capita, compared to other tech hubs!
The economy of Israel is backed up with equitable venture funds, and its proliferated venture capital has played a crucial role in the establishment of the Silicon Wadi. The venture capital of Israel is estimated to be inclusive of nearly 70 active venture funds; however, the venture funds are more likely to escalate up to 220 in the upcoming years. It has also been reported the life sciences sector in the Israeli market yielded nearly $272 million, and it attributed to a 24% increase in the per capita of the market. Also, the software sector amassed up to $258 million with a 23% capital raised in 2010. No explanation why Israel is also called “The Startup Nation”.
Silicon Wadi has experimented with different cutting-edge technologies and has become a leader in cybersecurity, blockchain and robotics.