Business development manager with a focus on young professionals says he is ‘not a careerist’

Business development manager with a focus on young professionals says he is ‘not a careerist’

Jerusalem-based real estate development manager Zohar Zogel has become a pioneer of young professionals in Israeli business development.

He was one of the first Israeli entrepreneurs to launch a real estate investment company.

He is a veteran of the field of young professional investment, which focuses on attracting and hiring young professionals from across the globe.

In 2016, Zogels group started a new real estate company in Israel, Hivud HaVinot, that invests in distressed and distressed properties in Israel.

The new firm aims to help investors with the financing necessary to invest in distressed properties.

In addition to his own business ventures, Zohel founded his own real estate consultancy, ZOGELS.

Zogels is also an active philanthropist, and he supports a number of charities in Israel and abroad, including the Israeli Jewish University, the Jewish Agency for Israel, and the Jewish Children’s Research Hospital.

Zohel has been a regular speaker at conferences and conferences about the role of young people in Israeli life.

His speech on Monday night was particularly poignant, because Zogelman is in his 70s and his wife is 92.

He recounted his family’s journey in Israeli society, which is characterized by an intense love of their home country.

He said his father had a special bond with the Jewish people, but that they were also deeply insecure.

They feared that the Jewish state would disintegrate, he said.

He said he remembers that he was born in the country, but not the country as a whole.

Zoogel also spoke about how he has made his mark on Israeli society through his philanthropy.ZOGEL said his charitable work has benefited not only the Israeli economy, but also the country’s youth.

He has also been recognized for his contribution to the education of Israeli children, he added.

Zochar Zolzmann, the former head of the education ministry, said in an interview with Haaretz that he has worked for Zogeln’s company for the last 20 years.

Zolzerman said that Zogelin’s firm is not just a company, but a foundation, which provides the financial and human support for Israeli education and youth programs.

He added that Zoglins children were among those who attended the company’s schools.

Zoglins son, Dovid, is a successful businessman, but said that he doesn’t feel like he belongs to the Zoglins.

He told Haaretz in an email that he feels that his father is the only real philanthropist he has ever met in his life.

“My father always wanted to be a philanthropist,” Dovide said.

“He doesn’t care about anyone else.

He’s been there and done it, he knows it, and it’s all his.”

Zogel, who has been an outspoken critic of Israel’s settlement policy, also said that Israeli youth are increasingly feeling disenfranchised.

He told Ha’aretz that young people, who are the first to join the professions, are often discouraged from joining and have no support networks.

He also said young people are becoming less supportive of Israel and more anti-Israel.

Zoggelman, a native of Zoglan, was born on September 23, 1922.

He grew up in an area known as the Pivovar neighborhood, near Tel Aviv, where he grew up as a “tiger, lion and peacock,” he told HaVot.

Zodov was born August 9, 1921 in Beit Ula in the southern West Bank.

Zoglin was born February 5, 1928 in Haifa, the capital of Israel.

He attended a private school and attended Hebrew University before he was in his 20s.

He left Hebrew University in 1969 and went to work for the Israeli military.

Zozel is survived by his wife, Rima; a son, Avraham; and a daughter, Shiloh.