Beer Sheva Named Top City For Hi-Tech And InnovationMar. 1, 2015
Beer-Sheva was one of seven cities named by T3 Advisors and Brandeis International School’s first Global Technology Emerging Markets as cities of tomorrow for technology and life sciences. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev took some of the credit for this citing its leadership role in the region.
That has always been one of the biggest advantages of the high tech industry: It can be done anywhere in the world with no need for extended infrastructure.
That’s why people can start a new company in the middle of a desert or in their own homes and why Israel, in part, was able to become the world’s “Startup Nation.”
T3 Advisors, a global corporate real estate services and consulting firm, and the Brandeis International Business School announced the results of the first of its kind joint Global Technology Emerging Markets study last month. The study provides leaders at technology and life sciences firms with recommendations on the best the “cities of tomorrow”- based on key data and analysis of the competitive advantages.
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