Bank Hapoalim launches discount club for small businesses

The club’s benefits will come through a series of collaborations.

February 8, 2015 21:29
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Bank Hapoalim on Sunday unveiled a new initiative to help small businesses compete with their larger counterparts.

The bank will offer small business owners membership in “Poalim Business,” a club that will give benefits for business lunches, gasoline, insurance, show tickets and more.

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“The club is an innovative move that will help manage current operations of small and medium companies and save them on current expenditures,” Hapoalim director of marketing strategy Hila Harmolin-Ronen said.

Running a small business involves substantial costs for employment, communications, insurance and office equipment, among other necessities, she said, and small businesses don’t have the same access to discounts that large ones can accrue because of their size.

The club’s benefits will come through a series of collaborations, including a Sodexo RestoPass, which gives discounts to more than 4,000 restaurants throughout the nation, a discount card offering cheaper fuel at Sonol stations and a 5 percent discount at their associated convenience stores, and membership at TapuzNet’s bonus club for discounts to culture and recreational activities.

They will also get specially priced insurance from Direct Insurance and cash back from other participating partners.

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