Doing Jewish Business in Europe
29/03/2012

A Jewish lawyer in Spain is asked to represent a money-fraud defendant. Can he do so with conscience? A young Jewish advertising executive is frequently asked about her religion by her Christian boss. How does she respond?

The Jewish European Professionals (a division of ECJS.org), recently hosted a weekend networking seminar in Malta to discuss the unique challenges and opportunities of the business world to a Jewish person. Over friendly cocktails and in intense lectures, the group shared thoughts on relationship building, business advice, ethical correctness and cross-cultural experiences.

European Jews in their late twenties and thirties are increasingly struggling to find a suitable marriage partner who shares similar experiences and backgrounds. JEP provides Jewish professionals, ages 27-39, with opportunities for personal and business networking, self-development and meaningful contribution to our world. Programs are guided by professional research and evaluation to ensure that they are achieving their goals.

Designed to create opportunities for young professionals throughout Europe to meet in a fun and engaging framework, JEP is helping a vibrant young Jewish community focused on making a positive contribution to the world.

See more at ECJS.org