Job Description

The offered internship will take place at the International Division and include the following responsibilities:

” Assisting in organizing and attending business seminars and events. Some of the events take place as part of visits of foreign business delegations headed by
” Presidents of economic organizations, ministers and prime ministers of various countries. The events include speeches, business & economic information as well as B2B meetings.
” The position will include participating in the events (including registration of the participants) with office work involved before/after the event.

” Updating and adding articles and information to the Chamber of Commerce English website and preferably the Hebrew website.

” Preparing economic reviews for the Chamber’s president/ Head of the international committee meetings.

” Updating contact lists of formal organizations (foreign embassies, Israeli embassies etc) as well as economic organizations (foreign chambers of commerce, investment agencies etc).

” Assisting the department’s team and chamber’s members in various office tasks including initiating contacts with foreign companies and officials.


Political Science Background

Company Description

Welcome to the The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce (FICC). We are here to present to you the best of the business sector in Israel and expose you to the leading companies in every trade and services segment. The FICC was founded in 1919 as an independent and non-profit entity. It is the leading economic organization representing the trade and service sector, the largest sector in Israel. The FICC serves as roof organization to over 5000 businesses and organizations operating in more than 120 divisions which represent various economic branches including export, import, trade, real estate, financial and business services. In the last decade, the FICC led several sectoral struggles: The reduction of purchasing tax. Abolishing import barriers and opening the market to competing imports. Advocating policy changes in standardization requirements, reducing import barriers. Petitioning against strikes initiated by employees of essential public services. Succeeded to reduce corporate taxes. Campaigning to reduce market monopoly. Amendments and equality in the Tender Act Law, enabling more equal opportunities for SMEs. The FICC is a roof organization of six regional Chambers of Commerce: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Beer Sheva, Eilat and Nazareth, each one representing their member's interests in variousofficial entities and providing consultancy to individual businesses.
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