Thanks to my new Administrative Assistant (bless her soul), I have finally managed to get around to organizing the second Entrepreneur Breakfast meeting in Jerusalem. Entrepreneur Breakfast is a not-for-profit effort to strengthen the small business community in Israel. The group meets monthly and the idea is to come together to gain valuable knowledge, advice, and support from each other.
Date of Event: Thursday, June 28, 2007
Venue: 1868, The CafÃ©, 34 Derech Beit Lechem, Jerusalem
Time: 8:30-9:30 am
Cost: 45 NIS
Topic: “Innovative Online Marketing Solutions for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs” â€“ learn about different ways to market your business on the web.
Speaker: Eli Feldblum, CEO of RankAbove, an online marketing firm specializing in search and social marketing. Eli was formerly the Director of Marketing for search marketing firm Did-it.com and then Vice President of Sunny Group, before making Aliyah in September 2006.
More information about Eli and RankAbove can be found www.rankabove.com.
Breakfast includes a Continental breakfast, with coffee, tea, croissants, jam, butter, and seasonal fruit with fresh cream. For more details, please visit entrepreneurbreakfast.illuminea.com.
RSVP: by Tuesday, June 26 Please!!!!!!!
How do I RSVP?
1. Go to the contact page on the Entrepreneur Breakfast site
(entrepreneurbreakfast.illuminea.com) and submit the form saying you want to
attend. Please make sure to include your name, email and phone number.
2. Or if itâ€™s easier, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Again â€“ name, email, phone number.
We already have some really cool entrepreneurs who have RSVPed, so come and join us!
We need speakers for future meetings
We need speakers for these breakfast meetings. If you or someone you know would like to give a short, helpful lecture to the group, please let us know. We would benefit from your wisdom, and you benefit from increased exposure for your business, demonstrating your expertise, and free breakfast!
Also, if you have ideas of general topics that apply to all small business owners that should be addressed, let me know.