Chairman of the Company Ben Yakar: "We have big plans for the future of the company and I am sure that the company under Tomer's management will implement them with great success"
Following the delay of the annual art event, Freshpaint 2020 and UBS launched a joint project this week. 6 artists showcase the creative process during the coronavirus lockdown
The international company SOK opened the first smart offices in Israel. More than 3,000 square meters of a workspace in the Nitsba Tower in Tel Aviv , which accommodate more than 500 job places
Europe's second largest ice cream manufacturer, is acquiring Noga Ice Creams, a subsidiary of Osem-Nestle, which manufactures and distributes Nestle ice cream products in Israel • Froneri CEO, Ibrahim Najafi: "Israel is one of Nestle's most established markets. It is our intention to invest in brands, products, and local flavours”
From the crisis in the internal medicine departments to relations with the health maintenance organizations, from the gaps in the center and the periphery to the gender gaps • Forbes brought together six hospital directors for an open discussion on the health system’s most burning problems • Here are the diagnoses
Eight years and a ton of work was required for the dream of the first Israeli spacecraft to come about - but it wouldn’t have happened without the involvement of Morris Kahn, who decided to take the mission as a personal project (and spend $40 million on it) • And while the craft does a selfie with planet Earth, Kahn cannot allow himself to rest, and at age 89 and a bit, he continues to do the two things that he loves most - contribute and enjoy every moment of life
When Eyal Biram was traveling abroad and discovered that he did not know how to answer the tough questions regarding Israel - he realized that this was a huge opportunity to tell the world about the country head-on • “It’s a real strategic asset here that has been thrown away,” he says • Now his project, “ISRAELis”, equips thousands of discharged soldiers with tools to explain
Everything seemed to indicate that he wouldn’t get far, but then one sentence from his father made Maor Farid devote his life to studies • Today, at age 26, with a doctorate in mechanical engineering and as a researcher at the Technion and part of an unusual tech team with the Ministry of Defense, Farid wants to pass his success forward - to at-risk youth