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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Vote for Tel Aviv as world’s Most Innovative City

Source: Size Doesn't Matter

You can help Tel Aviv receive the recognition it deserves worldwide as the most innovative city in the world in this poll conducted by the Wall Street Journal – sponsored by citi.

Follow the this link to vote

In June, CA Technologies and Tel Aviv University announced plans for a new multi-million dollar innovation centre.

The White City, planned by Sir Patrick Geddes, has been honored by UNESCO as an example of modern architecture and town planning.

Highlighting Tel Aviv’s tradition of innovation in research and technology, the Startup Genome Project called the city a top “start-up success ecosystem.”

The metropolitan area population is 3.3 million.

Buffer, a social media platform, chose Tel Aviv as its fourth site after Sheffield, San Francisco and Hong Kong.

Construction of a light rail system began in September 2011.

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