Meshing home with work in Modi’in

A technology hub opens in suburbia.

January 23, 2014 15:04
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MESH Modiin startup. (photo credit: DANIEL MORRIS)


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Modi’in-Maccabim- Re’ut is a popular b e d r o o m community because of its central location within easy commuting distance of Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Jerusalem. But business people who live in this planned “city of the future” are striving to make it more than a place to lay their heads.

The January 15 grand opening of MESH – Modi’in Entrepreneurs’ Startup Hub ( – is the newest grassroots initiative aimed at enabling more Modi’in residents to work where they live.


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