Print Industrial Plans In The South
I own two businesses – a computer store in Kiryat Malakhi and a business for printing construction plans. Since the beginning of the war, the construction industry in Israel has basically halted, so we experienced a sharp decline in incomes. Now we need help to pay salaries and expenses.
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What I need help with
Since the onset of the war, the construction industry in Israel has practically stopped. Since we print plans for the construction industry we experienced a dramatic drop in income. In order to keep the business, we need help to meet future payments and commitments to suppliers, and of course I must continue to pay salaries to my employees, who are the heart of the business.
About my business
My entrepreneurial journey began in 2010 when I opened my first business in my parents’ home. By 2015, I had already established two thriving stores — one in the southern town of Kiryat Malakhi and the other in Be’er Tuvia.
I manage two businesses. The first, C Top Computers, specializes in computer and laptop sales, marketing, and offers repair services along with cutting-edge laboratory solutions. My other business, Copidan, provides services such as printing, copying, photocopying, scanning, and binding. Our clientele predominantly includes professionals from design, architecture, and construction sectors, relying on us for impeccable quality and efficiency.
I’m a 42-year-old entrepreneur deeply grateful for my marriage to Hodiya and blessed with three wonderful children—Elia, Noya, and Ariel. Despite physical limitations from a disability, I’ve channeled my resilience into creating opportunities for others, leading to a larger workforce than strictly necessary for our business operations.
In my free time, I explore the world of drones. Recent events inspired me to contribute to our community and nation by establishing a standby unit and a dedicated drone team in our settlement. This initiative is significant to me as it allows me to play an active role in supporting our state, despite being unable to serve in the reserves due to my physical condition.