The growth of businesses and trade comes from the leadership of renowned people. The leaders behind projects that offer growth are the ones responsible for how the economy is working right now, and everyone should be thankful to these people.
One of those people is the Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub, whose leadership contributed to the doubled growth of trade between Israel and the United Kingdom.
The four-year tenure of Daniel Taub was fascinating, productive and efficient. The ambassador is now resigning, but the legacy he left for the representative position will remain valued and instrumental in the betterment of the relations between the two countries.
The deepening of the trade is not the only growth that happened under Taub’s leadership. The cultural links between two countries were also significantly balanced in ways that no other ambassador will be able to replicate. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://soundcloud.com/danieltaub
In fact, to vouch for such growth, the British Secretary of State for Business Sajid Javid said that the leadership under Taub saw an increased social bond and academic networks between the two countries.
The growth of the trade can see itself as the golden era of relations between the two nations, and all of the bilateral trades resulting from this, which is about 5.5 billion dollars, will do a lot to improve the people and businesses of both states.
About Daniel Taub
Daniel Taub is an international lawyer who has built a good name in becoming an Israeli Diplomat for U.K. Right now he serves as the director of strategy and planning for Yad Hanadic Foundation in Jerusalem.
Born and raised in the UK, Daniel attended secondary school in the Haberdasher’s Aske’s Boys’ School, which is an impressive training ground for him to build rapport and establish people relations. He then went to University College at Oxford and London, as well as Harvard University. It was only in 1989 that Taub moved back to Israel.
Another monumental event in the life of Daniel Taub is also the time he joined the Israel Defense Forces and became a reserve officer in the IDF’s international law division.
These achievements stamped a record of incredible work history in Daniel’s name that it is almost no wonder how he got to Israeli’s Foreign Ministry in 1991.
He was also a speechwriter for President Chaim Herzog and built a long solid reputation for writing since then. Truly, more will come from the work of Daniel in the coming years.