November 1, 2021

By Yuli NoguchiThe Israel Business TimesA new report released Tuesday by the Israeli Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (IASME) offers an overview of the challenges facing small and medium enterprises in Israel.

The report, titled “Building an Israeli Business Brand,” lays out the challenges faced by entrepreneurs and provides solutions to businesses facing these challenges.

The survey surveyed 1,500 Israeli entrepreneurs, as well as their businesses.

The survey included business owners, managers and employees from over 100 small and mid-sized Israeli companies, including a range of businesses that operate out of small apartments, commercial establishments and restaurants.

“The survey’s main message is to provide an overview and to present solutions to the business development challenges faced in the small and small enterprises sector in Israel,” said IASME President and CEO Yuli Nuoguchi in a statement.

“The survey is the first step towards improving the small business ecosystem and providing an accurate picture of the industry in Israel.”IASME has previously reported on the importance of providing an attractive brand in the Israeli market.

The organization has been tracking and reporting on the small- and medium-sized businesses sector in the country for the past five years.

In addition to its report, the report also examined the strategies for building a strong small- to medium-size business brand and outlined how businesses can build a positive and sustainable image in Israel in the coming years.

The study found that the majority of entrepreneurs surveyed by IASM were self-employed, with over 80% of respondents in this category.

In addition, almost a quarter of respondents reported that their company was unable to achieve profitability and that the reason for their failure was because of their lack of capital.

About one-third of respondents cited the difficulty in finding qualified talent for small-to-medium business ventures, as their biggest challenge.

“This problem is especially pronounced for smaller companies,” the survey found.

“It is not uncommon for a small business to be a target for a competition for talent, but a competitor’s business is usually not viable.”

Many entrepreneurs said that the main obstacles to a successful business brand were not the size of the business, but its value to its customer base.

For example, a large business would often have an international reputation but is unable to compete in a local market.

According to the survey, it is difficult for an entrepreneur to establish a strong brand in a small- or medium- size business without a significant increase in sales and profits.

“There is no magic formula for building an Israeli business brand.

However, the key is to focus on what matters most: the customer,” Nuoguchins statement read.

“You must create a company that is the best in its sector.

This will not be possible without a positive brand.”

Nuoguchi added that the survey was an opportunity to share with the Israeli public the value of a business brand, and that there are several ways to start the process of building an authentic business brand: by offering an incentive to the customers, by providing a business with positive branding, and by creating a positive image of your business in the eyes of the public.

According the IASMM, Israel is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and is set to surpass the US as the fourth largest economy by 2020.

In 2018, the Israeli economy was valued at $2.45 trillion.