Monday 18 June 2018

Having fun and securing our community

Mordechai Ullman The progress the orthodox community has made over the last few decades, is to the credit of a number of individuals who have...

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...

As Brexit begins, a slowdown ahead?

The government formally began the Brexit process on 29 March. This article offers an opinion on what this could mean for the UK economy...

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,...

Will you let your heir down?

Effective estate planning can reduce an Inheritance Tax (IHT) bill and provide valuable financial support for the family during your lifetime. We probably all know...

Filling a vacuum – ending a cycle

“To be honest with you, at this moment in time I must own over 1000 bicycles, yet I can’t even ride one,” Mark Abraham...

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...

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...

Building a design empire – The man behind the rails

Naomi Frankel “I’m the oldest in this business in the UK, that’s how I stand apart,” says Stephen Roston with a dry laugh. At 59,...

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...

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