The Queens Jewish Link, along with Jewish Business Development, hosted a one-of-a-kind gala networking event in Kew Gardens Hills on Wednesday, January 13. The room at Yeshiva of Central Queens auditorium was filled with community members, local rabbanim and local politicians. The atmosphere was upbeat
Main Event Caterers, a premier kosher catering firm owned by Eddie Izso of Englewood, Joey Bodner of Teaneck, and Marty Bodner of West Hempstead, has merged with Mauzone Kosher Products LLC to become Main Event-Mauzone Caterers. The merger took effect November 1.
Izso, a vice president
Oftentimes, when women get together the talk quickly turns to babies, children and household tasks. But that wasn’t the case as several hundred, primarily Orthodox, women gathered for the 2015 Jewish Woman Entrepreneurs’ annual conference.
Held Oct. 18 and 19 at the Crowne Plaza in
New Rochelle—To call Bonnie Katzenstein anything but a creative entrepreneur would be an understatement. Katzenstein runs two successful local businesses that draw upon the inspiration of her artistry and fashion sense. As the successful owner of a fashion brand and store and an art business, she’s doing it
Women of all ages, sizes, backgrounds and ethnicities who seek swimwear with more coverage, whether for religious or modesty or other reasons, know the name HydroChic (hydrochic.com). An extremely popular product line, their wide variety of stylish separates with UV protection, designed for sport and swim, recently had their first
Every year, Thornburg Investment Management publishes a report entitled, “A Study of Real Real Returns,” in which the performance of various financial assets is evaluated after taking into account the diminishing factors of management expenses, dividend taxes, capital gains taxes and inflation. Recognizing that individual circumstances
Ordering a Purim basket to Israel is special, however, having your Mishloach Manot hand-delivered with love is unique. It is this special niche that Gail and David Ehrlich have carved out with their renowned “Gili’s Goodies.”
From its modest beginnings in their Efrat home in 2001, the
A popular expression goes “good things come to those who wait.” Undoubtedly, whoever coined that phrase did not have Social Security benefits in mind, but the saying certainly applies very well to them. As opined below, most people are better off deferring their Social Security retirement date until at least age 66, and probably to age