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Naftali Bennett MK, Israel’s Minister of Economy, Minister of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs

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The Israel Trade Commission and the  Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce are delighted to invite you, your colleagues and guests to a business lunch with Mr. Naftali Bennett MK, Israel’s Minister of Economy, Minister of Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs.

 

Date:

Monday, 9 December 2013
Time: 12.00pm for 12.30pm – 2.00pm – please arrive early to network
Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, 199 George Street, Grand Ballroom
Cost: AICC/JNF Members $60pp / Non Members $80pp
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There are few in World politics who can boast high-level leadership across business, entrepreneurship and front-line combat.

Despite its small size, Israel contributes substantially to global innovative growth, particularly within the IT, Medical and Cleantech industries. Minister Bennett will share his vision for Israel as a smart, adaptable and progressive economy that continues to play above its weight in the World economy.

In addition to his senior government positions, Minister Bennett is also among the country’s most successful and influential entrepreneurs. In 1999, he co-founded and served as CEO of Cyota, an anti-fraud software company, until it was sold to RSA, a security division of NYSE listed EMC, for $145 Million in 2005. Today, Cyota (now RSA-Security) employs over 300 people in Israel. Last week a software company that he was previously the CEO, Soluto, a startup that provides cloud maintenance services to PCs has been sold for $130 Million.

Minister Bennett
served as a senior commander in one of the IDF’s most elite combat commando units, Sayeret Matkal.

Please join the business community in hearing from one of Israel’s most influential leaders.

Proudly sponsored by:

 JNF  Woodside

Event Details

Date
Monday 9th December
Time
12:00 - 2:00pm
Venue
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Address
199 George St, Sydney 2000

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