ETHIKA AWARDS 2016 WINNER
ETHIKas award winning underwear brand Ethika won the 2017 award at the first ever European Ethika Awards.
Ethika, which means ‘fearless’ in Hebrew, is known for its quality products that offer a stylish, functional alternative to conventional brands.
Ethikas award winners include:Best New Brand,Best Product,Best Styling, Best Product Design, Best Design,Best Fit, Best Fit Design, Most Stylish, Best Price, Best Value, Best Quality and Best Customer Service.
The brand was founded in 2012 by Eliyahu Hodesh.
The company was founded by Hodeshr, a designer and entrepreneur who started designing and selling underwear as a teenager in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Hodeshs mother, Naomi, was an entrepreneur, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.
Her company was one of the first to offer premium, comfortable, low-cost products for women, while at the same time being a leading supplier of high-quality, high-performance underwear for men.
In 2017, Ethika became one of several leading underwear brands that will compete for the top award at this year’s Ethika awards.
Ethikeas award winner for the Best Styling was Liza Dreyer, who designed the design and printed the brand’s logo.
Dreyer’s award-winning designs have been featured on numerous international publications including Cosmopolitan, The New York Times, Vogue and Esquire.
She is also the recipient of a 2017 MacArthur “Genius” Grant.
The award is presented by the Ethika Foundation, a philanthropic, philanthropic think tank based in Tel-Aviv.
The foundation is funded by Hodeh and is supported by a $10 million grant from the Israel Export-Import Bank.
Hodesh was born and raised in Tel Shamir, a town in the Galilee of the Negev Desert, in 1948.
Her father, a former army general and an Orthodox Jew, served in the military before joining the Israeli army and serving in the Israeli Army.
She also attended school at Hebrew University, where she majored in journalism and was active in the student body.
During her time at Hebrew university, Hodeshed was a member of the student government.
Her thesis was a proposal to launch an online dating service.
She later became the first woman to hold a leadership position in the Tel Aviv University Student Association.
Hodeh then moved to Jerusalem to pursue her career in business.
She was the CEO of the Yavne Group, a leading fashion retail chain that was headquartered in Jerusalem.
At the time of her death, Hodehs parents had left Israel for America, where they opened a catering business.
After leaving the catering business, Hudesh returned to Tel Aviv to pursue a career in finance.
In addition to her work in finance, she also participated in various charitable organizations, including the Israeli Foundation for Women and Children, and the Women’s Refugee Agency.
In 2009, Hudeis husband, Lila, founded a fashion retail brand in Tel Beni, Israel, called Bora.
They opened a second store in Jerusalem and in 2013, they expanded to Tel-Arad.
In 2016, they opened their third store in Tel Givat Shlomo.
Bora also was named as one of Israel’s top fashion brands in a global survey conducted by Brandwatch, which surveyed more than 2,500 fashion retailers and online retailers, according to the Brandwatch website.
Hudesh was also the author of a book titled “Hodez, Liza,” a book about her life, business and love of fashion.
The book was published in Israel in 2017.
In 2017, Himesh founded the Hodez Family Foundation, which focuses on philanthropic efforts in Tel Amarna.
The Hudeshl family is responsible for several charitable causes including the Tel Amara Foundation, the Tel Yavnat Foundation, and Women’s International Development.
The Hudeshe family also donated a total of $250,000 to Women’s Global Health, the organization that runs the World Health Organization, according a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Hadesh’s husband, Hanesh, and daughter Lili are active in philanthropy and philanthropy initiatives.
She founded a group called the Ethikeas Foundation to promote Ethika as a global brand, according the ETHIKa website.
The Ethikea awards are presented by Ethika.
The ETHIK Awards is the world’s leading fashion awards for the best of the best in the field of luxury underwear.
Each year, thousands of women and men across the globe are selected from a pool of more than 100,000 submissions to win the prestigious awards, including Best Styled, Best Brand, Best Functionality, Best Styler, Best Products, Best Service, and Best Value.
The ETHIK awards are organized by the ETHika Foundation and are funded by the Israel Exports and Import Bank.
The award ceremony was broadcast