Future of work
Elevation is a forward-thinking educational operating system that provides tech training, professional development and career opportunities.
Our mission is to improve people’s life time employability by helping them learn the most in-demand skills, tools and best practices that will help their career grow and evolve.
Partners & Co
Partners & Co – Work spaces & community exclusively designed and dedicated for attorneys. Our vision is to create a professional lawyers community and provide it with the amenities of a leading law firm.
Mentoring program – The lawyers are accompanied by leading mentors from the Israeli legal world – senior partners in Israel’s leading law firms, retired judges, academics, marketing consultants, public relations and publicity professionals, business people and more.
Community – Each of the lawyers will be entitled to one mentoring hour per month, and in return he will invest 3 probono hours a month in consulting and representing disadvantaged populations in the Israeli periphery (cooperation with YEDID – the Israeli association for community empowerment).
A training firm using the unique debriefing and learning methodologies of Israel’s Air Force in the fields of education, medicine and business. “SHAMAYM” was established by Air Force veterans, headed by CEO Ofir Paldi and (volunteer) Chairman Eliezer Shkedi (Former Air Force Commander and Former El-Al CEO), with the aim of having a positive influence on society and assimilating a new cultural discourse.
The Company has been active for 3 years and since has doubled itself in terms of growth each year. 10% of the Company’s profits are allocated to subsidizing the activity in the field of education.
The connection between 2B-Community and the “SHAMAYM” Company stems from a mutual desire for cultural change in Israeli society by assimilating personal responsibility and learning from mistakes as leverage for success and excellence.
UNIQ is a consumers club for students, academics and faculty members with tens of thousands of consumers.
The club, established in 2014, is based on MAX by Leumi card credit card and aims to create a consumer community with significant purchasing power.
The club’s members enjoy discounts and benefits in a wide variety of businesses:
Restaurants , bars, live shows, fashion, movies, hotels, pharmacies, ecommerce sites, finance and more
Alongside the permanent discounts set out in the MAX card by Leumi Card
Joining UNIQ club is free of charge and the members enjoy exemption from card fees (subject to conditions)
(Better, Preferential – Hebrew). A credit card-based consumer club for the community of people with disabilities in Israel, which numbers at around 1 million people. This is the first time that such a product come to the Israeli market. “ADIF” launched in April 2017, it aims to reduce the cost of living for people with disabilities as well as enable them to access services and unique products that were previously unavailable to them (e.g. health insurance).
The venture is led by Shlomi Avraham, former CEO of “Chever”, and the partners include The Umbrella Organization of the Disabled, Isracard and Hapoalim Bank.
Additionally, ADIF allocates a significant share of its profits to social causes through the “Social Shares” Model developed by 2B-Community; 51% of the profits shall be transferred to a coalition of non-profits in the field.
Co.Co was founded in 2013 by Dalia Kapuza and Tsafra Perlmuter, both having decades of experience in fashion design and management. CO.CO | Collective Collection is the first online fashion retailer based on crowd funding. The customers help create each new collection by voting on designs and offering their own design ideas. This fashion-democracy enables the combination of cooperation and crowd wisdom and allows Co.Co to be highly precise in what they offer, and produce only what the customers and partners actually want to purchase.
Thanks to the voting and Pre-order methods, Co.Co manufactures only clothes that its clients want to wear, therefore significantly decreasing the environmental damage caused by production, transportation and clearing of clothes that were not sold. Additionally, each client-partner has the right to choose a social cause to which 10% of the Company’s profit shall be transferred to by the “social shares” mechanism.
During 2016, 220 new partners joined, 12 community meetings were held in the framework of the Co.Co cultural salon, and the social cause to which the partners chose to allocate the Company’s profits was the support through scholarships of students from the Fashion Design Department of the “Shenkar” College. The planned design, voting platform and pre-order has lowered the surplus inventory to 3% instead of more than the 10%, which is common in the industry.
Building the ecosystem
2B HUB is a Workspace Community for Impact Innovators and Investors.
The hub serves as a network for innovators of impact, a platform for collaboration and to encourage significant investments in Israel’s impact business community. The new expanded complex provides a unique platform for social investment funds, self-employed investors, investors, innovators start-ups and franchisees, to connect and create better impact-minded businesses. 2b Hub offers the first community platform of its kind in Israel. 2B-HUB will be spread over an area of 1000 square meters and will include about 30 offices (of different sizes), 12 Open Space stands, 3 meeting rooms and a central space for events and conferences. The 2B-HUB complex provides all the accompanying services and provides the highest professional needs, all of which are included in the cost of the rental and at no additional cost.
Urban Regeneration Fund
The Impact – This project addresses systemic issues around affordable housing and underdeveloped, underserved neighborhoods in Israel.
This project focuses on innovative housing solutions that build communities, provide security, and upgrade infrastructure in order to provide residents with opportunities for an improved and affordable quality of life. The decision to focus on affordable housing was driven by a deep understanding of the unique needs of young adults, families and the Israeli real estate market. HADARIM’s vision is to enable urban renewal in low-income and underprivileged neighborhoods across Israel by collaborating with municipalities and local mission-driven communities. HADARIM will act as a pilot program, creating a toolkit and pathway for future urban renewal projects across Israel. Its first region of focus is Haifa, where it will work to provide lasting impact to the city, the local community and eventually, Israeli society at large.