Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Signs MOU with Jerusalem Cahmber of Commerce


The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce, symbolizing a significant step toward strengthening economic and business ties between the two organizations. 
 The MOU was signed by the President of the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce, Dror Atari, and was witnessed by a special guest, Mark Jaffe, President of the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce. This historic event marks a collaborative effort to promote economic growth, trade, and investment opportunities between the Orthodox Jewish community and the business community in Jerusalem. 
 This partnership aims to foster a mutually beneficial relationship, allowing for the exchange of knowledge, resources, and business opportunities. Additionally, it seeks to promote cultural and economic understanding, ultimately contributing to the growth and prosperity of both communities. Through this agreement, both chambers are committed to creating a platform for businesses to connect, explore potential collaborations, and access valuable resources. By working together, they hope to create a more conducive business environment, stimulate economic development, and fostering a strong network of support for entrepreneurs and business owners. 
 The signing of the MOU represents a step in the  direction towards building a strong and flourishing business relationship between the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce. 
It is an exciting development that holds great promise for the future of economic cooperation between the two communities.