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The Story of a Young Oleh (Immigrant in Israel)

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The Story of a Young Oleh (Immigrant in Israel) by Hayim Makabee

Presentation prepared for the Taglit groups (August 2018)

Taglit-Birthright Israel, also known as Birthright Israel or simply Birthright, is a not-for-profit educational organization that sponsors free ten-day heritage trips to Israel for young adults of Jewish heritage, aged 18–32.

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The Story of a Young Oleh (Immigrant in Israel)

  1. 1. Taglit – August 2018 The Story of a Young Oleh Hayim Makabee http://EffectiveSoftwareDesign.com
  2. 2. About Me: Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1970 50% Ashkenazi (Poland), 50% Sephardic (Turkey) Studied B.Sc. in Computer Sciences Came to Israel in 1992 (was 21 years old)
  3. 3. A young Zionist guy from Rio
  4. 4. My first job in Israel
  5. 5. The Technion
  6. 6. Matam Park in Haifa
  7. 7. Professional Experience
  8. 8. Volunteer Activities
  9. 9. Israel's startup scene is insane!  There are more than 298 foreign research and development centers in Israel, employing more than 58,000 people.  The more than 3,000 Israeli startups employ almost 20,000 people.  The entire hi-tech industry employs 300,000 people. This is in a country with a population of just 8.4 million. Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/stats- show-how-insane-israels-startup-scene-is-
  10. 10. Israel is Number One See: https://www.meforum.org/articles/2016/israel-s-socialist-dreams-vs-capitalist-
  11. 11. Mapped in Israel See: https://mappedinisrael.com/
  12. 12. Great opportunities ahead… See: https://www.slideshare.net/gdibner/europe-israel-venture-capital-data-1h18
  13. 13. You must read this book…
  14. 14. Good luck! Bonne Chance! ‫בהצלחה‬!

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