Times of Israel in-depth interview with Eric Benhamou, Global Chairman of IVN, and Michal Simler, CEO of IVN

Posted by on Jul 5, 2018 in News |  

Susan’s House Jerusalem employs youth at-risk ages 15-18 who are disconnected from society, not currently enrolled in school and often unemployed. Susan’s House combines classical vocational rehabilitation programming with real-life work experience in order to help them successfully assimilate back into society.

Israel, the start-up nation, is known throughout the world for its ability to build successful high-tech businesses and find creative solutions to meet the most unexpected challenges. This creativity, combined with  the entrepreneurial culture that has developed over the years, are assets that can be optimized for both the financial success of businesses as well as taking on the challenges of closing the social gaps in Israeli society.  Eric Benhamou, Global Chairman of IVN, and Michal Simler, CEO of IVN, recently participated in an in-depth interview with Shoshanna Solomon, from the ‘Times of Israel’.

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