'Parnassah Network is for everyone'

Duvi Honig of Parnassah Network explains that the organization is a one stop shop for religious businesses to unite.

Eliran Aharon,

Duvi Honig
Duvi Honig
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Arutz Sheva spoke with Duvi Honig, founder and chief executive officer of Parnassah Expo/Orthodox Jewish Chamber, a Parnassah network company.

Founded in 2009, the Parnassah Network is a central Jewish community resource for business and career advancement whose programs having been utilized by individuals throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Israel, and beyond.

Parnassah Network is structured as an umbrella organization with 14 divisions that include educational and vocational training, a women in the workforce division, The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, a job board, entrepreneurship programs, the famous business Parnassah Expo, and more.

“Parnassah Network’s uniqueness is that we’re a one stop shop for all parnassah (livelihood) needs,” explained Honig. “We have affiliations with all these organizations, programs, businesses or individuals who are able to contribute to others while at the same time also being able to benefit themselves.”

Part of the network’s uniqueness, he continued, “is that it’s for everyone. There isn’t a person at any stage who can’t benefit from Parnassah Network, because we have tools for all parnassah needs. People give and people get back.”

The network brings together people from the United States, Israel and all over the world, “so it doesn’t matter where you’re located, and that’s the beauty of Parnassah Network. We have webinars, teleconferences, online networking. It’s the only religious place where religious businesses can become a union and help support each other.”




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