Self-starters and the Tulkarim Entrepreneurial Ecosystem or the Lack Thereof

Self-starters and the Tulkarim Entrepreneurial Ecosystem or the Lack Thereof Tulkarim is home to an estimated 188,000 Palestinians, who live just 15km east of the Mediterranean Sea. Although Tulkarim was a major agricultural hub in Palestine, due to highest percentage of rainfall throughout the West Bank, increasing settler activity and land con...

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The Emerging Nablus Ecosystem: At a Glance

The Emerging Nablus Ecosystem: At a Glance With a population at an estimated 388,000, Nablus is far from being the most populated city in Palestine, yet its ecosystem is on par with those of both Hebron and East Jerusalem. Nablus is home to a reported 17 known entrepreneurial organizations, designed to help new graduates find the support they n...

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Building a Future of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Jenin

The northernmost Palestinian city of Jenin has a population of 318,000, and is widely known for their robust agricultural sector which accounts for nearly 100 million USD of the Agriculture GDP of the region. In terms of Jenin’s entrepreneurial ecosystem there are a reported 16 organizations that support new graduates and emerging entrepreneurs....

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Hebron: Innovation and Industry Meet to Create Endless Opportunities

With a reported population that exceeds 700,000, Hebron is by far the largest Palestinian city. Yet, unemployment in the city is soaring and has reached as high as 20 percent. Despite this, the people of Hebron remain industrious and determined in their pursuits to achieve their economic potential. From food production to stone and marble extrac...

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