Sitting down and facing their computers, members of nine companies in the mini technology park in Palestine are working in their own start-ups, trying to overcome borders and secure a place in the Arab market.
The tech park, known as E-zone, is based in the West Bank city of Ramallah and is home for these developing start-ups. Companies pay a symbolic rent for the hosting organization and the leaders, which offer working place and consulting services.
The 1,200 square meter space is a core for an emerging community of entrepreneurs. In Palestine, the majority of new ideas are related to Internet technology, such as developing web and mobile-based apps and services.
As the Israeli occupation poses strict restrictions on the movement of Palestinians, entrepreneurs find a chance through the internet reaching out to a wider audience abroad.
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