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February 27, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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Doing Business in Israel
Topic Of Conference

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"Big Profits in a Small
Country—Business and In-
vestment Opportunities for
Your Company in Israel" is the
focus of a state-wide conference
sponsored by the American-
Israel Chamber of Michigan.
The conference will take
place March 30, at the South-
field Hilton. Registration will
be at 11:30 a.m., followed by
lunch, a keynote addi.ess, and
two concurrent workshops. A 4
p.m. cocktail reception will
close the conference.
Alan Gilman, board member
of the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce, is con-
ference co-chairman. Serving
with Gilman on the Steering
Committee are: Frank Zinn,
John Fisher III, Randy Agley,
Jim Parson, Leon Cohan,
David M. Board, Jr., George
Herrera, David Stulberg, Dan
Follis, Jim Safran, Robert
Shapiro, Neil Gross, Subhash
Dahr, Wallace Williams, Herb
Amster, and Lon Makanoff.
Honorary chairmen to date
are: Max M. Fisher, Alan E.
Schwartz, David Hermelin,
David Handelman, Paul Bor-
man, Bill Davidson, and Wal-
ter McCarthy.
The keynote speakers are
Elmer Winter, chairman,
Committee for the Economic
Growth of Israel (CEGI) and
president of Manpower USA
and Israel; and Gabby Levy,
economics minister to the U.S.
at the economic offices in New
York, who will outline the rea-
sons why an American com-
pany and/or its clients should
conduct business with Israel.
Winter will present an over-
view of the business oppor-
tunities and investment ye-
hicles for the businessman
while Levy will review the
government incentives offered
by Israel for the American
businessman.
Workshops will be conducted
on direct investments, joint
ventures, start-ups, establish-
ing a manufacturing facility
and/or subsidiary by Winter
and Lloyd P. Levin, Israel
Technology Partners.
Paul Berger, partner, Ar-
nold and Porter law firm,
Washington, D.C. who worked
on the new free trade agree-
ment between the U.S. and Is-
rael will cover business trans-
actions from the legal perspec-
tive.
Michael Kevahazi of Kes-
selman and Kesselman, a
major accounting firm in Is-
rael, will discuss business op-
portunities. Banking will be
covered by Eldad Hezronry,
vice president, Chicago
branch, Bank Hapoalim. Gor-
don Wolfe of Gordon H. Wolfe
and associates, a public rela-
tions firm for ten Israeli com-
panies on Wall Street; Saul

Friedman, Israel Bonds; and
David Mersky, president of
AMPAL Securities, will cover
indirect investments.
Advanced registration is re-
quired since space is limited.
The fee includes a conference
information kit, luncheon,
workshops and cocktail recep-
tion. For information, call
Shelly Komer Jackier, execu-
tive director of the chamber,
661-1948.

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