Online Business Expo connecting Israel's Freelancers and Small Businesses with the World

October 28, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Tel Aviv, 28th October 2008 Today hosts the 2nd International Online Israeli Business Expo connecting hundreds of Israeli freelancers and small businesses with businesses in North America and Europe. Zionism meets good business sense by outsourcing business projects to Israel.

On Tuesday 28th October at 11am Eastern US time, 2nd International Online Israeli Business Expo Israel's businesses will have the opportunity to meet online and showcase their products, services and skills to a new market of potential clients. By providing this informal digital environment JobShuk hopes to provide a platform for businesses that need high quality and low cost work to meet the challenges of the current economic climate.

The Israel Business Expo is designed to allow you to reach out to the exhibitors in any way possible: video chat, audio chat, or instant text messaging.

At the expo, founder Zvi Landsman will outline how far JobShuk has come since its launch in 2007 and introduce two new members of the management team; Avicam Gitlin, Business Development Director and Clifton Flack, Marketing Director.

This new team is already finalizing the launch of a new and powerful web interface to make posting and searching projects easier and more intuitive.
"Using the power of the Internet, is bringing together hundreds of businesses to share experiences and discuss business opportunities. By partnering with Skype and BlogTV we're able to beam Israeli Businesses around the world to showcase their skills and discuss outsourcing projects" said Clifton Flack.

Attendees will also hear from Jackie Goldstein, founder of Renaissance Computer Systems a leading Israeli solutions provider specializing in custom software development, strategic technology consulting, and focused training for a wide range of organizations around the world.

By participating in Israel's second International Business Expo Online, businesses have the chance to develop relationships with providers in Israel. Today, in 2008 with the reality of economic downturn, companies need to look to lowering costs while maintaining high levels of output, its this together with the drive to support Israel by more than giving a donation that is fueling the growth of JobShuk" say's Avicam Gitlin.

About JobShuk: launched in September 2007 with a simple goal in mind: to improve the financial situation of Israeli residents. To achieve this goal, we utilize Internet technologies to raise awareness and facilitate business connections with Zionists worldwide. includes business blogs and advice forums, a customizable business card page, and feedback, messaging, and rating interfaces. Buyers or sellers may initiate contact by searching through seller profiles or bidding on buyer opportunity postings.