Innovation visas in Israel may be the solution for bringing talents across borders. Time and time again, Tel Aviv has been ranked one of the world’s leading tech and startup hubs, right alongside Silicon Valley, New York, and London. Tel Aviv is the heart of Silicon Wadi, Israel’s answer to Silicon Valley. In light of Israel’s position in the tech world, twelve established companies have been selected by Tel Aviv Global, a branch of the city’s municipal government to push an “innovation visa” for entrepreneurs seeking opportunities in Silicon Wadi. Israel follows in the footsteps of the UK, Ireland, Canada, and many other countries that already have a visa solely for entrepreneurial purposes. In a modern world, it is vital to international business that governments recognise the demand for global talent and the need for entrepreneurs to function in an increasingly globalised world.