Kosher co-working spaces aim to integrate ultra-orthodox into high-tech sector

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At first glance, it looks like any other shared workspace: the hip interior design, the abstract art, the ferns gracing the round cafe-style tables, the board with the latest news. But this particular one has a whole library of Talmud books and a strictly kosher kitchen. These are the workspace areas of companies like KamaTech in Bnei Brak and Bizmax in Jerusalem, which provide ultra-Orthodox Israelis in the high-tech industry with a physical space, mentorship, and collaboration to develop and support startups run by members of their community. The model works like other Israeli workspaces (think WeWork) and accelerators but…

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