the english entrepreneurship network

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What is it?

A platform for current and aspiring entrepreneurs to meet, share knowledge, and learn from each other and industry experts.

Many entrepreneurs come to Israel from abroad to take advantage of the innovation ecosystem of the Startup Nation and all of the support it has to offer. The English Entrepreneurship  Network of the Negev is a place for current and aspiring entrepreneurs to meet fellow non-Hebrew-speaking entrepreneurs and gain access to the range of support already available for Hebrew speakers.

What Does it Offer?

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Accounting:

Discounted Services from Aboulafia, Avital, Shrensky & Co

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Shared Workspace:

Access to the Innovation Gateway Tech Hub

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Mentoring:

Access to a pool of expert mentors

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Monthly Meetups:

A place to meet entrepreneurs and hear from experts

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Business Support:

From the Bengis Center Team

So how do i sign up?

The Network is open to anyone interested in meeting entrepreneurs and learning about small business management in English. As a member of the Network you will stay up-to-date about events and services available to you in the Negev, including the Network's own six-part lecture series.

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upcoming events

All meet-ups will start with time for mingling and food, followed by a lecture and a hands-on activity. Check back here for updates or join the Network to stay informed about all upcoming events!

Opening Event - Meet the Network

January 28 | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 001

Join us for the opening event of the English Entrepreneurship Network of the South. Meet other members over pizza and learn about the resources available to small business owners in the Negev. You'll hear from representatives of the Bengis Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, NBN Go Beyond-South, Eretz Ir, Merkaz Klita and the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management about the services they have to offer. We'll end the evening by speed-networking - like speed-dating but for meeting other entrepreneurs!

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Taxes and Legalese for Small Business Owners

February 18 | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 002

Hear from Fred Kahn of Philip Stein & Associates and get all your burning tax questions answered. The lecture will cover the basic tax laws that every business owner should know as they start their new business in Israel.

Fred is a US CPA and a Partner at Philip Stein & Associates. He has been practicing in Israel since he made Aliyah in 2005. He advises individuals, partnerships and corporations as they build and grow their businesses. He takes pride in successfully guiding entrepreneurs from company formation all the way to an IPO or exit.

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How Do I Know if My Idea is a Good One?

March 15 | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 002

Before you start a business, you need to make the call: 'to start or not to start, that is the question?' Unfortunately, the internet has given us access to a fortune of online services and marketplaces that will help you decide on your venture, kick off your business, or take it to the next level. But none of them really know you! None of them will tell you the truth about entrepreneurship like Dr. Ilan Levy, Entrepreneurship Business Consultant.

Join us for this interactive workshop that will help you examine your own business idea and work together with your fellow entrepreneurs.

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Marketing (Without Breaking the Bank)

April 5 | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 002

If you're a small business owner, then you know that time is money (and money is limited). How do you reach new customers and spread your message without paying for expensive services or spending hours that you don't have? In this workshop, Or Berger, Social Media Adviser and Content Writer at KPMG, will give you tips and tricks for how to think about marketing and make the most of social media without breaking the bank.

Sustainable Thinking for Businesses

May | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 002

Traditional business thinking focuses on the short-term - what will my profits be this month? Where can I cut costs? But the culture is changing; as more and more studies and case studies show, stepping away from the traditional bottom line and focusing on a triple bottom line - people, planet and profits - is actually good for business and leads to long-term success.

Strategic Planning for Small Businesses

June | 18:00 | BGU, Building 15, Room 002

This lecture and workshop will take you through a step-by-step financial forecasting process for your business. Walk away with clear next steps and a better understanding of the financial aspects of running your business.

 

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Send an email to BengisC@som.bgu.ac.il, call us at 08-6479801, or Contact Us

 

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