(Courtesy of Tribeworks) A hub for business growth, networking and funding, TribeWorks has captured the attention of entrepreneurs and startups from across the Jewish world. Launched by a coalition of leading Jewish non-profits, TribeWorks is the first ever collaborative effort to connect Jewish entrepreneurs with the services,
With over 40 years of experience in the lighting profession, Mark Blechner is the definitive source for all things lighting-related. Blessed with keen business acumen and extensive expertise of the industry, he realized that LED lighting technology and functional practical design could be
Back in the 1990s, several people lost high-level
Thanks to a generous $350,000 grant awarded by State Senator Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Island), Yeshiva University will soon break ground on a new project at the Sy Syms School of Business that will allow students to gain hands-on experience working for Israeli start-ups while providing growing
You’d be hard pressed to find a lineup of speakers more qualified to offer winning business advice. Likewise, you’d be hard pressed to find a more diverse and pertinent list of business topics that you learn about within a mere three-and-a-half-hour conference.
“Doing laundry is a calming experience,” said no one. Ever.
The owners of Valet Laundry in Little Ferry are capitalizing on that. Since this concierge service opened, doing laundry has been
Shabbat-observant Jews know that Friday afternoon brings a flurry of rushed activities, primarily involving turning lights on or off, setting heating and cooling systems and making sure everything is set exactly as one would like it for 25 hours. This task becomes even more complicated for Yomim Tovim.
Stuart Smith of Riverdale has worked in many different capacities in the past, but he found his passion in men’s fashion through suit design. Several years ago, his career path took him to working at a custom suit company where, over four years, he designed more than 5,000 suits for men. When he realized he peaked at his company,
Buying and selling antiques is in Jack Kleczkowski’s blood. His father was in the business back in their hometown of Tykocin, Poland. At age 15, Jack got his first metal detector and went “hunting” with his father; he was hooked. “My peers went out and had fun; I went out in the field, next to an old
The Aesthetic Sense, located in Mount Kisco, is not your average Judaica store. With an emphasis on improving lives around the world, The Aesthetic Sense caters to the Jewish community featuring merchandise with a mission that is deeply rooted in socioeconomic improvement.