Back on the market

Today was my last day at Isracard.

After a short tenure at the leading credit card company in Israel, I came to realize there is a gap in expectations, that cannot be bridged at this time. Some might ponder as to ‘why/what/how/are you crazy?!’, but as I learned during my professional career and my personal life alike – talking is the ultimate communication medium, and there’s no point keeping things inside, waiting for them to pass.

I would like to thank Isracard and the wonderful people I met at the advertising department – an awesome bunch of savvy individuals doing a great job that have hugged me from day 1, welcomed me with open arms (and plenty of candy.. 😉 and were supportive from the start. Thank you.

So, I’m back on the market, looking to do amazing online and digital marketing things. You already know how to reach me… 🙂

5 Responses to “Back on the market”

  1. 2 Rodik June 21, 2009 at 23:54

    well! always do what you feel you need to do, and not what you think others expect you to do!

    I for one, am sure you won't have a problem finding a new job at this area.

    Good Luck!

  2. 3 ravidor June 22, 2009 at 08:40

    Respect and good luck!

  3. 4 Shos-Tech June 22, 2009 at 08:49

    wwww: who what where when?

    something specific led you to this? usually it takes some time to get used to a new place, no?

  4. 5 Dvir Reznik June 23, 2009 at 10:30

    Thanks guys for the support!!
    Not an easy decision but the right one.

    I'm not in the habit of starting a new job and leaving after less than a week, but under the circumstances I had no intention of staying.

    It was a friendly break-up, we both wanted it to work.

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