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Thursday, May 30, 2013


Naomi Elbinger, conference organizer opening the conference
Many of the attendees at  The Temech Conference for Women in Business, which took place in the Ramada Hotel this week, have been looking forward to it since last year’s conference.

Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely experience and the information, insights, tips and skills, not to mention the networking opportunities we all receive at this conference give many of us the impetus we need to try that bit harder.

This year one of the main features of setting up a successful business that was stressed was building up your own brand- being instantly recognizable and letting your customers know what makes you one step ahead of any competition. What your business offers that others don’t.

Branding advice from new immigrant and  ultra successful  businesswoman Jamie Geller of ‘Quick and Kosher’ fame, halachic advice from Rav Yitzchak Berkovits, inspiration in her inimitable style from Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi, networking groups  and various workshops in both Hebrew and English were all orchestrated perfectly by conference organizer Naomi Elbinger.

Yashar Koach to Naomi,  her talented staff of volunteers who worked 24/6  the weeks before the conference as well as the Temech supporters without whom the conference and organization wouldn’t exist.

We’re already looking forward to next year.


Naomi said...

Thanks for the writeup, Ann, and for the kudos. I'm so glad you found the conference worthwhile!

Rosalind Adam said...

Sounds good. These kind of Conferences are always so inspiring.