A creative agency for Europe will open its offices in Turkey next year, as Israel’s Israel Creative will be expanding its operations there, with offices set to open in the capital city of Ankara and Istanbul’s main airport.
Israel Creative, founded by veteran Israel graphic designer Eitan Gershon, will start operations in the European city of Berlin and offices in Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, London, Paris, Milan, Paris-Nice, Rome, London-New York, Munich, New York-London, Paris and Rome-Geneva, according to the company’s website.
The new European headquarters will serve as a new hub for Israel Creative’s European offices, which will continue to operate in Israel, the company said.
Israel has also started a series of programs aimed at helping Israeli artists in Europe, including a new international residency program and the launch of an Israeli artists’ association in Berlin.
Ahead of the opening, Gershion announced plans to open the agency in Berlin in 2019, with a first-year turnover of about 100,000 euros ($110,000).
The Berlin offices will be part of Israel Creative, which is headed by Gershon’s son, Avigdor Gershin.
Israel’s new creative agency, founded in 2014, has also expanded its international operations in Brussels.
The Gershein family’s creative agency Israel Creative has offices in Frankfurt, London and Berlin.
Gershon was born in Jerusalem and raised in Israel before moving to Israel and eventually settling in the United States.
He also founded the Hebrew-language online magazine Zavim and has published books, short stories and short stories.
Israelis will be able to enjoy Israeli cultural, entertainment and leisure activities at the new offices, Gieshon said.
The expansion of the agency’s European operations follows a similar move by the Israeli tourism board to expand its network of tourist destinations.
The board announced plans in November to add about 100 destinations to its list of approved destinations.
Israel and Germany are currently at the center of a diplomatic spat between Israel and Germany over the status of Jerusalem, with the two countries’ leaders blaming each other for the Israeli-imposed closure of the Old City and the construction of settlements.
The issue has become a flashpoint in international relations between the two nations and led to the resignation of German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier earlier this month.