Hub in the Holy City

Raising the volume on Jerusalem’s hi-tech culture.

May 3, 2018 19:19
Hub in the Holy City

The Hub team: (from left) Aaron Mendlowitz, Shalom Makowitz and Yaron Pacht.. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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Individually and collectively, the three co-founders of the new Jerusalem Hub – not to be confused with the Jerusalem Hub co-working space for religious women on Jaffa Road – give off a raw, under-30 energy.

Cofounder Yaron Pacht calls the team “inspired and driven.”


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