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At last!

In mere days, the Wall Street based Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce  (OJC)‘s first ever business networking event in Israel will take place, following the recent launch of the Chamber’s Israel chapter. The VIP event will take place on Sunday, January 14th, at the King David Hotel in Yerushalayim, and is geared towards entrepreneurs in all sectors, particularly within the Anglo-Israeli business sphere.


The response to this groundbreaking event has been overwhelming. To date, over sixty of the Anglo-Israeli business world’s leading figures – from both the United States and Israel – have RSVP’d to attend. They include prominent CEOs of banks, venture capitalists, international insurance executives, Israeli manufacturers (looking to export), Israeli government and economic development officials, leading women entrepreneurs, and many others of high caliber. Event sponsors include behemoths such as Bank Mizrahi and Dan Hotels.

This is the place to be if you want to broaden your horizons and make inroads in the Anglo-Israeli business world and beyond.

The ambiance of the event will be first class, including delicious refreshments and professional violinists in background. In trademark Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce fashion, every attendee will have maximum networking opportunities in a professional, structured manner, including general networking, speed networking and special panels. The keynote address will be delivered by Gideon Saar, a prominent former MK who led several powerful government ministries and chaired the Likud Parliamentary Faction for six years. Minister Saar returned to politics several months ago and is widely seen as a serious contender in the race for Prime Minister. Other presenters at the event include internationally acclaimed marketing wiz Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg, an OJC Ambassador.

Even prior to the launch of the Israel branch, the Chamber has worked tirelessly to promote economic success in the U.S. and Israel, as well as to enhance economic and diplomatic relations between the two nations. The Chamber enjoys a particularly close relationship with the Trump White House and Ambassador David Friedman, among others within the highest echelons of the U.S. and Israeli governments and business worlds.

“We are excited to be making history once again,” says Duvi Honig, Founder and CEO. “The future of U.S.-Israel economic relations has never been brighter.”

Limited slots are still available; don’t wait! To RSVP, please visit or


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Duvi Honig is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber Of Commerce.