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800 ILS /m
MerkSpace - Derech Begin 65, Tel Aviv

MerkSpace - Derech Begin 65

5/5

MerkSpace provides affordable, fully furnished and beautifully decorated coworking spaces in the heart of Tel-Aviv, addre... More

0 ILS
Sarona Space Kefar Sava, Kefar Sava

Sarona Space Kefar Sava

5/5

Gym Included !!! The coworking space, Sarona space is a unique concept. A “boutique” space within a friendly and dyn... More

200 ILS /d
Hubsphere, Tel Aviv

Hubsphere

5/5

Hubsphere offers hip coworking spaces in Tel Aviv and private offices with rustic, industrial decor and graphic design i... More

80 ILS /d
Hub TLV, Tel Aviv

Hub TLV

0/5

The HUB community includes more than 7,600 techies who see it as a source of diverse networking and content events, and a... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Israel

I absolutely loved working out of Hour Space in Tel Aviv for my month long stay. It is much cheaper than ... Show More
Tomer S
Great environment, lovely people, right near all of the services in the Kfar Etzion commercial center –... Show More
Aliza Israel
I stopped at this location several months ago. For some reason, every time I arrive at a coworking space ... Show More
Janelle Simmons
Urban Place is a boutique coworking space- not in size, but in design and in service. the best coworking ... Show More
David-Israël Berdah

Regarded by many faiths as the biblical Holy Land, Israel is a Middle Eastern country perched on the Mediterranean Sea. Within the Old City of Jerusalem you will find the Temple Mount complex including the Dome of Rock shrine, Al-Aqsa Mosque, the historic Western Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Tel Aviv is the financial hub cloaked in Bauhaus architecture, stretches of beaches and dynamic nightlife.

When it comes to technology, most people (think Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas and the Middle East) use Israel technology every day, probably without even realizing it. Almost every "Apple" product you use (iPhone, iPad, MacBook) is reliant on the flash memory controllers created by Anobit and bought by Apple about 3 years ago for $400 million. Facebook joined other multi-national tech companies when it purchased the Israeli companies "Soluto" as well as "Face.com" that allow automatic tagging of pictures of friends. The Israeli company M-Systems invented what is now known as the USB flash drive in 1999. Google purchased "Waze" for a billion dollars, which is a crowd sourced traffic data application that will get you to where you want to go via Google maps.

Reaching over 95% of its population, broadband Internet in Israel became an everyday tool for most customers in 2001. A country with no natural resources at all, the one thing it has in abundance, is "brain power". It has the most startups per capita in the world and is considered to be a startup nation. Some consider the compulsory military service gives its young an edge in the leadership, hard work and fearlessness fields, plus the intelligence soldiers obtain technological training that the average tech graduate can only dream about. Israelis seem to have a knack for identifying a problem and creating a technological solution to solve it, let alone they are credited for having bucket loads of "hutzpah".

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