Bureau and Team
The aim of the Chamber is to strengthen the ties between the business and social communities in the two countries, while at the same time helping Israeli companies become acquainted with their Greek counterparts and explore and expand their operations in Greece.
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Mr. Sabby Mionis is a respected philanthropist and international businessman who immigrated to Israel from Switzerland in 2006 after building an internationally recognized asset management company and selling it to a global private bank.
Born and raised in Athens, Mr. Mionis has a deep understanding of Greece and maintains strong ties with the Greek business community. He is well known in Greece not only for his business accomplishments, but also for his efforts to promote the interests of the State of Israel and combat anti-Semitism and for his generosity to the local Jewish community.
He is the co-founder of the Israel Center for Better Childhood, a member of the ADL Israel Board, a member of the World Executive of the United Israel Appeal, the co-chair of the Task Force on Anti-Semitism, and a member of the Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency and
Beit Hatfutsot – the Museum of the Jewish People.
Mr. Cobi Bitton is the founder & CEO of INTEGRITAS PEOPLE & BUSINESS (IPB). Mr. Bitton has widespread experience in business development in Israel and in international markets, including both the private and public sectors. For the last 23 years, he has been engaged in business development consulting and in leading innovation processes at organizations and private companies around the world and in the past 5 years, extensively in Greece.
Mr. Bitton is closely familiar with the business and social cultures in Greece and has established a broad network of entrepreneurs, business people and opinion leaders. Mr. Bitton is a mentor, a social entrepreneur with considerable experience in the Israeli startup ecosystem, and serves on the boards of Intervyo, SkySaver and KisLev, which are Israeli innovative companies.
Mr. Tomer Isack, the Board-Secretary and Legal Advisor of the Israel-Greece Chamber of Commerce, holds LLB in Law, BA in Economics and LLM in Law from the University of Haifa.
In the framework of his Master degree in Law, he was awarded from the ‘Center for Law and Technology’ and ‘Aladdin’ for his research in behavioral economics.
Mr. Isack joined the Israel Bar Association in 2006 and since 2007 has served as a lawyer in military courts.
He did his internship at the criminal department of the District Attorney’s Office and began his career as a lawyer and economist at Ernst & Young (Israel) in the Tax and Governmental Incentives Department.
At present, he is an entrepreneur and a legal and economic adviser to international organizations.
Itsik Kamilian specializes in strategic media consulting for Israeli and International brands, and also serves as a consultant to embassies, government offices and technology companies.
Over the years, Mr. Kamilian has filled senior positions at leading companies, focusing on both the management and marketing aspects of the business. He closely accompanied business development processes and was responsible for integrating and implementing important marketing initiatives. He is also the full-time volunteer CEO of the Ambassadors Club in Israel, which is a public benefit company whose vision is to strengthen the diplomatic community’s ties with Israel.
The members of the Chamber listed in the following list are appointed as members of the Executive Committee:
- Ahaz Ben Ari
- Amos Itzhaki
- Gadiel Bluestein
- Itsik Kamilian
- Moshe Sharet
- Nissim Moskowitz
- Roee Kit
- Sabby Mionis
- Sherry Tabori Korn
- Yaron Yariv
- Yigal Yehezkeli
With many years of experience, business expertise and a broad network of commercial, financial and cultural ties in many areas, the Advisory Committee of the Israel-Greece Chamber of Commerce supports its business development. The role of the five committee members is to assist the Chamber’s management and leadership in making decisions, while examining possible disputes and conflicts of interest and promoting the Chamber’s activities in ways that help advance the affairs of its members.
The Israel-Greece Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization that brings together business people, companies and academic organizations that are committed to promoting bilateral trade and economic relations between Israel and Greece.