Entrepreneurship Approach Of Kfir Gavrieli

Kfir Gavrieli, a CEO and founder of Tieks, is a dual American/Israeli citizen born in 1983. He studied at Stanford University, where he holds B.A, M.S, and MBA degrees. His life changed because the parents moved to America, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, searching for a better life for their children. Kfir’s parents set a good business background for him and his siblings when they started their business from zero. By this, Kfir learned the importance of being hardworking during his growth.

Through his talents and education Kfir Gavrieli has established one of the world’s best Web-only fashion brands. Tieks is among the best-known brands that have made a global name for themselves. Tieks distributes comfortable quality ballets that are portable for women.

Despite distribution ballets, Tieks is well known for selling Italian-leather foldable flats for a decade and now is the leading international brand that exists purely online. Kfir Gavrieli’s approach of deciding with a fresh eye and believing in having possibilities in the future has enabled his business growth and setting trends, not following them. As a result, Tieks is now recognized as the 25 most innovative consumer brand by Forbes, among many other social media featuring.

Kfir Gavrieli is an extraordinary businessman, and he was influenced by a human origin book known as “Sapiens”. Kfir Gavrieli goes beyond doing business by ensuring that Tieks create opportunities for charities. The charitable events developed a relationship between Tieks and KIVA. With the help of Kiva, Tieks has been able to help needy women with microloans to start their entrepreneurship journey all over the world.

In addition, during the pandemic of Covid 19, Kfir Gavrieli donated thousands of face masks and PPE to health workers, urging those who follow him to do the same. Kfir Gavrieli explains that joining energy with others changes the world. Visit this page on LinkedIn, for more information.


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