A whole decade after 9/11, all too many still have only a vague idea of what does -- and doesn't -- motivate terrorists and/or increase the threat of terrorism. It doesn't help that many politicians exploit the anxiety that terrorism evokes to promote their own agendas. In this talk I will debunk myths and common misconceptions and will expose the true relationship between economic conditions and terrorism. Doing so will enable you to make a better informed decision when considering policies that call for increased aid and educational assistance with the aim of ending terrorism.
Israel is recognized as an international center of technology innovation. Equally impressive has been Israel’s ability to avoid the financial hazards that have either affected or threatened the economies of the developed world’s nations. Sigal will discuss how Israel has managed to sustain its competitive advantage throughout these challenging times.
Fifty million Americans, including 17 million children, are “food insecure,” meaning they do not have regular access to food. We may be experiencing an obesity epidemic, but many of those overweight people are also malnourished because of a lack of access to healthy food. Shmuly will walk us through the food desert, open the doors to food justice and explore the reality of the food industry in America.
A rich introduction to all things branding- from naming and brand architecture to visual design and brand extension. We'll look at why brands matter, who they matter to, how you can build them into your marketing, advertising and public relations strategies. A great start for professional communicators or those simply interested in brand strategy