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Start-up Nation 'Story of Israel's economic miracle'

The Butali House Book Club meets to engage, debate and critique the selected non-fiction book for that month. 12 books were selected for 2017, and they cover a range of topics from business, corruption, foreign aid, entrepreneurship, management, and development.

This November, we take a look at Start-up Nation:The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle.

A fascinating expert look at Israel’s meteoric rise in the global economy — with timely hints for a world reeling from financial crisis Start-Up Nation addresses the trillion-dollar question: How is it that Israel — a country of 7.1 million, surrounded by enemies, in a constant state of war, with no natural resources — produces more start-up companies than large, peaceful nations like Canada, Japan, China, India, and the U.K.? With the savvy of foreign policy insiders, Senor and Singer examine Israeli culture and government to reveal the secrets behind the world’s first ever “start-up nation.” As countries across the globe restart their own economies, and as businesses try to re-energize their entrepreneurial spirit, we can all look to Israel for some impressive, surprising clues.

Date
23 Nov – 00:00
Location
Cresta Golfview Hotel (Great East Road)
Start-up Nation 'Story of Israel's economic miracle'
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Started in 2016, Butali House is a self-publishing and book marketing company that gives everyone the opportunity to create, produce, and sell the book of their dreams. Chilu Mulundu was an editor looking for a project to work on, and Peter Nawa was a writer with aspirations to be published. Together they released Peter's book Hired: Find the Job, Keep the Job, and Quit the Job, and that was the beginning of Butali House. The publishing house has a book club that meets every month to discuss a selected book.
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