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Hacking the New World of Work

Monday, November 5, 2018, 7:00-8:30 pm
HCB Classroom Building, Room 101

The Stavros Center for Economic Education and Hillel at FSU present a talk by Assaf Luxembourg.

The world of work has changed, and the "new rules of the game" are still being written. This impacts young professionals and seniors alike, all over the world. Whether you're an employee, a freelancer or a start-up entrepreneur, in today's on-demand economy you must adapt in order to survive and thrive.

In this talk, Assaf shares insights, strategies and practical "hacks" for this new world of work. Learn more at this link.

Luxembourg, from Israel, founded and built his business around his passion, to connect people to his country through business. Since the rise of Israel as "Start-Up Nation," Assaf has been acting as a brand ambassador, exposing people from all over the world to Israel's economy and business culture.

As a marketing and business development professional, Assaf also consults and advises various start-ups, and devotes much of his work to empowering young professionals in today's new world of work. Assaf has been speaking to tens of thousands of businessmen, investors, entrepreneurs, young professionals, students and others.

Assaf is also part Israeli start-up Silo, led a start-up as CEO, was a part of Barclays Accelerator and Techstars in Israel, and worked for organizations such as BDO, Israel's Ministry of Finance, and others. Assaf holds a BA in Economics and Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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