Business Networking for English Speakers in Israel and Abroad

Bn4es is a business networking group in English, that meets every 2 weeks on Wednesday mornings from 8.15 till 10.15am at the Business Administration Building at 27 HaHaroshet, Ra’anana (free parking and easily accessible by public transport) with catering by Cafe Geula.

The group offers great opportunities for small business owners and freelancers to promote their businesses in a comfortable environment. It’s the ideal way to connect with peers who have similar business objectives in a professional and stimulating environment.

Bn4es allows it’s members to develop their businesses through educational seminars, guest speakers and member presentations.

Please contact us for more information or to join.

One of our Success Stories: Gili Zilca

Thanks to our own Yochi Eisner and her  Social Media Marketing skills.

Gili Zilca was interviewed on Channel 2 withe Menachem Horowitz, The Channel 10 morning show as well as Channel 13. She has since enjoyed unprecedented success, and it all started with us, here at BN4ES.

You’ll be Networking with:

Freelancers & Small Business Owners
Marketing • Law Services • Financial Services • Tax Advisor • Computer Technical Services •  Web Design •  Tour Guiding • Interior Designer  •  Life Coach •  Professional Home Organizer • Therapist • Silver Cleaning and Repairing and more…


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16may8:30 am- 10:30 amNetworking Skills - Marcella Moscovich- Ways to introduce Yourself and Make Business Small Talk
30may8:30 am- 10:30 amBn4es Members Biggest Business Blunders and How They Survived - Yochi Eisner YEA Yochi Eisner Associates Marketing and Social Media Specialist

Course and Workshops

Here you will find a list of highly recommended professional business and business-related courses and workshops given by members of the Bn4es networking group.

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