The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce, which is headquartered at 44 Wall Street, has announced that it will host a special Executive VIP trip to Israel on Sunday, November 19th through Wednesday, November 22nd.
Wall Street mogul and former WH press secretary Anthony Scaramucci will be a special guest on the trip. Mr. Scaramucci is among the most famous and intriguing figures in the business world and enjoys a uniquely close relationship with the White House and other key government officials. Mr. Scaramucci is legendarily media savvy. Indeed, prominent American, Israeli and international media outlets will be embedded at various highlights of the trip, publicizing the mission and its participants to the world.
Duvi Honig, Founder and CEO of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and Dr. Joseph Frager, the Chamber’s Executive VP, will lead the trip. A handful of VIP American business leaders will join in this unparalleled business networking opportunity, enjoying prime access to the behind-the-scenes halls of power and international media audience alike.
This trip comes as Mr. Scaramucci refocuses his efforts on his business endeavors, and is seeking new investment opportunities. He sees Israel as a prime opportunity, and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce as the optimal vehicle through which to explore and build relationships with the Israeli business world. The trip’s itinerary will give Mr. Scaramucci the opportunity to get a firsthand taste of all that Israel has to offer the investor and entrepreneur, and will bring him across the table with Israel’s highest profile movers and shakers. The highlight of the trip will be an exclusive VIP State Dinner at the King David Hotel, which will mark the launch of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce’s Israel branch.
“Our excitement to partner with Anthony Scaramucci in this quest knows no bounds,” says Duvi Honig, Founder and CEO of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce. “We look forward to helping him cultivate new worlds of opportunity for both the American and Israeli economies.”