Sunday 17 December 2017

Work Avenue leading the way to success

Naomi Frankel “Starting a business idea is 5 % inspiration, 95 % perspiration,” says Shraga Zaltzman, CEO of Work Avenue. Indeed, Zaltzman and his team have...

March of the Living UK

The business section of The Jewish Weekly has earned its fame for inspiring our readers with great in-depth articles on how  determined people have...

The light and the lens from Leeds

Growing up as the son of a journalist, award-winning photographer Steve Bootle had a head start in the field of photography. His father’s friends,...

A safer hotplate for a safe Shabbat

In the electronics industry for almost four decades, Gershon Morris is highly suited to answer a pressing need. What began as a hobby in...

Medical clowns, bringing joy and health to the needy

At Hadassah Hospital Jerusalem, since 2002 there has been an experimental development in para-medical personnel to use clowning methodology and techniques linked with medical...

To Hasc and beyond

By Mordechai Ullman It’s his sixth album in the past decade, but Mincha is more than a beautiful collection of songs. It contains many messages...

Parienté couture your look • Our pride

By Mordechai Ullman The thought of buying a wig conjures up different emotions for people. For a young and often nervous religious bride, covering her...

Cooking up a top-class kosher storm across Europe

By Naomi Frankel The qualities of highly successful people include finely-tuned attention to detail, as well as an unwavering determination to succeed. No one knows this...

Connecting the community – Martin Heiman celebrates 7 years in business

The community in Manchester will have the opportunity to join in celebrating the seventh anniversary of one of its favourite mobile phone and contract...

How to live wire a successful business

Naomi Frankel Not many people can say that they started their career whilst still at school, but Avrom Leigh certainly can. At 27, he is the...

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