Small business means small chance of success, and staying small doesn't mean staying safe: Help needs to aim higher in order to boost whole communities
Elah Alkalay is VP Business Development at IBI Investment House and serves as on the board of The New Israel Fund and of Ma'aleh. Elah also chairs and co-founded "Invest in you" a financial forum for women.
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