Umm el-Fahm’s SEVEN shopping center holds Ramadan Karim event for tenants

SEVEN, launched a year ago, is the first shopping and entertainment complex in the Arab-Israeli sector.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 21, 2019 21:58
YOAV KAPLAN (from left), Benny Halif, Wissam Khavaish, Itay Storch and Ran Steinman at SEVEN’s Ramad

YOAV KAPLAN (from left), Benny Halif, Wissam Khavaish, Itay Storch and Ran Steinman at SEVEN’s Ramadan Karim event in Umm el-Fahm.. (photo credit: SAMAR ABBASI)

 
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The management of the SEVEN shopping complex in Umm el-Fahm held a Ramadan conference – the Ramadan Karim – for the 50 business owners in the compound.

At the conference, the management of the complex – owned by groups Zim Urban and Mydas – gave their well wishes to the 50 owners of the stores and chains in the compound in honor of the Muslim holy month.

SEVEN, launched a year ago, is the first shopping and entertainment complex in the Arab-Israeli sector. The complex covers an area of about 20,000 sq.m., and NIS 70 million were invested in its construction.


Those who proposed toasts to the tenants were: Rani Zim, CEO of the Zim Urban Group; Ran Steinman, co-CEO of Mydas; Yoav Kaplan, partner and Zim VP of Business Development; Wissam Khavaish, one of the land owners and partners and Zim VP of Property; and Itay Storch, CEO of the complex.

Among the participants in the event were Issa Zayed, Fox franchisee; Azmi Haj Yahya, Kiwi and Honigman franchisee; Fadel Soliman, Gentleman franchisee; and Iyad Abu Moch, one of the owners of the City Brands chain.

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