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Jerusalem’s Haredi business hub Bizmax opens its doorsBizmax, Jerusalem’s Haredi business hub, recently opened its doors, welcoming young Haredi entrepreneurs and their ideas. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and Israeli Interior Minister Aryeh Deri were among those who attended the opening event.
Bizmax, Jerusalem’s Haredi business hub, recently opened its doors for its grand opening ceremony. Many public figures, including Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and Israeli Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, attended the event.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau was impressed by the business facility’s professional atmosphere and stated that the highest form of charity is enabling a person to stand on his own two feet.
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Those who attended the grand opening saw several young entrepreneurs working at individual stations and having one-on-one mentoring sessions in the consulting rooms. The facility also has fully equipped conference rooms that enable the entrepreneurs to discuss ideas with other businesspeople around the world.
Rivlin stated during the grand opening event that it is time for the economy recognize the Haredi community’s potential contribution to Israeli society and the global economy at large.
The event concluded with the manager of Bizmax giving an introductory tour of the premises to some Haredi entrepreneurs, who were very impressed with the detailed planning of the complex. Many said they look forward to taking advantage of the wide range of professional services offered by Bizmax.
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