In recent years, Israel has been recognized throughout the world for its inventions and developments in almost all fields. The high technology companies created in Israel (Start-ups) have transformed into a source of important income for the State of Israel. The reasons that explain what has happened are varied (national per capita income 41,000 US dollars a year). Above all, the “adversity” of not having richness or natural resources; this forces Israel to be very creative in order to survive. For example, if it is not possible to depend on ships to transport products because others may organize a boycott, then it is preferable to create cyber programs to sell via the Internet. The second reason is the influence of the army. Units such as Talpiot or the 8200, produce hundreds of specialists that acquire knowledge that they later invest in civilian actions. An Israeli is usually considered as a Chutzpan (audacious – from Chutzpah), that does not pay respect hierarchies or forms, and doubts everything, no matter the status of who issues the opinion. If you add to this that they study more than one career, being multi-disciplinary fosters creativity. Israeli society was born from immigrants, who by nature are risk-takers, as they have not much to lose. The government has intervened to promote Start-Ups, with incubators and financial facilities and with the advisory of creative directors in each ministry to approve projects with potential. The universities have developed departments that commercialize the inventions and research of their teachers, reinvesting their capital in new research. There is also a healthy failure culture, that doesn’t hide but considers it a learning experience for the “next adventure”. As was correctly stated by the eternal Shimon Peres: “Israel has not received water or oil, but it has received something more valuable: its non-conformity”.