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Digital entrepreneur Yonatan Adiri: Israel could double GDP with startup advancement
On Israel with Ben Caspit, an Al-Monitor podcastOn Israel with Ben Caspit, an Al-Monitor podcast
Digital entrepreneur Yonatan Adiri: Israel could double GDP with startup advancementDigital entrepreneur Yonatan Adiri: Israel could double GDP with startup advancement
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Ben Caspit speaks this week with Yonatan Adiri, a leading Israeli digital healthcare entrepreneur. Adiri, a former adviser of late President Shimon Peres, explains that most of Israel’s startup leadership is avantgarde, pushing forward visions for the next internet wave. "Companies like Wix or Fiverr or Mymed, and so many other across biotech, across bioinformatics, across infrastructure, all these companies are building the tools for the future," he notes. Adiri adds that those who control the tools for the future, like cyber and software service companies, are the ones likely to win, and this is precisely what current Israeli tech is doing. 
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