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| Business tips & Inbox zero: Janglo at AACI this Thursday @ 1pm

Zev Stub     AACI
Wednesday, 13 March 3:16 PM
Look forward to seeing you THIS Thursday March 14th...

AACI Jerusalem
Professional Women\'s Networking Forum

Thursday March 14th, 2019
 13.00 p.m. - 15.00 p.m. 

Topic: "Lessons about business and self, learned from years of running Janglo, Jerusalem\'s largest online community". We will also be discussing how to maximize your workflow and achieving "Inbox Zero". (This is also your opportunity to speak directly to Zev on any questions you may have regarding Janglo)

Speaker: Zev Stub is the founder of Janglo, Israel\'s largest and oldest online community for English speakers. For over 18 years, Janglo has helped tens of thousands of olim find what they need to succeed in Israel. Zev made aliya in 2000 from Chicago, and lives in Jerusalem with his wife and three kids. 

Facilitator: Lesley Kaplan: HR & Organizational Consultant and Coach, Trainer and Group facilitator. Founder & CEO of L.A.K. Creations & Consulting

Where: AACI Jerusalem - Cnr Pierre Koenig & Poalei Tzedek Street, 4th floor (entrance on the left of Bazaar Strauss), Talpiot (opposite Kanyon Hadar)


Cost: NIS 40 / AACI members NIS 30

No pre-registration required. Email for further info.

Bring your business cards, brochures & marketing materials for networking! 

Share with others you feel could benefit from the networking and discussion! 

Refreshments provided. Look forward to seeing you!

Lesley & AACI Jerusalem team


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