Sep 3, 2019
Israeli kids grow up in a world of uncertainty, with war and terrorism never far away. They are independent yet group-minded. They know that when they turn 18, they will serve in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). Their parents don’t hover over them, obsess over every mistake, or give them trophies for losing.
In her new book, Chutzpah, Inbal Arieli argues that these traits uniquely prepare them for life as entrepreneurs.
Inbal garnered her entrepreneurial skills during her mandatory IDF service where she was a Lieutenant in the elite intelligence 8200 unit. In her post-military career, she has served as General Counsel to several start-ups, and is currently Co-CEO of Synthesis, a Leadership Assessment & Development company.
She holds an LL.B. in Law, B.A in Economics and MBA in Entrepreneurship and Strategy, from Tel Aviv University.
Learn more about Inbal here: http://inbalarieli.com/
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