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Isaac Dabah, Delta Galil - Top 50 CEO’s In Israel – Calcalist

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Callidus: If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places...

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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If you’re one who reads the financial newspapers in Israel, you probably know one of the biggest financial newspapers – ‘Calcalist’, has issued a list of the top 50 CEOs in Israel. In the honorable 3rd place, after moving up 11 places from last year’s ranking, is ‘Delta’ CEO – Isaac Dabah. 5 years after acquiring ‘Delta’, He tells us about the changes he has made in the company, what he plans for the future, and shares some of his experience and business philosophy. In the midst of the stormy weather that hit Israel mid-December, Isaac Dabah watched the stormy sea from his office, located high above the rainy streets, in the 19th floor of the Textile House in Tel-Aviv; “yesterday was our best day in this quarter of the year. When it’s cold outside, people buy more pajamas, fleece clothing, it’s a different world” Dabah (56) is the kind of man that would look at the sea and think about fleece. Even in today’s market everybody knows this man is all about making a profit, a quality which

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