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Seven Tips Before Visiting Israel for Eurovision 2019

Seven Tips Before Visiting Israel for Eurovision 2019

“I am so happy, thank you so much for choosing different.

Thank you so much for accepting differences between us.

Thank you for celebrating diversity. Thank you. 

I love my country. Next time in Jerusalem.”

(Pic by: Wouter van Vliet, EuroVisionary)

 This was what Netta Barzilai said immediately upon winning the 2018 Eurovision song contest with the song ‘Toy’ (by Doron Medalie and Stav Berger). These words brought pride to all Israelis across the globe and they also mean that you will soon be visiting Israel and experiencing the Israeli way of celebrating.


Here are seven tips before making the trip to Israel for Eurovision 2019 – tips that will help you maximize your joy and ensure that any business interaction goes as smoothly as possible:

Read more in the Times of Israel






OLM Consulting Founder

Osnat Lautman is a well-known intercultural expert and the author of the Amazon bestselling book ‘Israeli Business Culture’. Osnat is passionate about cultures, connecting humans and breaking through culture barriers. She created the ISRAELI™ model of Israeli business characteristics (Informal, Straightforward, Risk-Taking, Ambitious, Entrepreneurial, Loud, Improvisational) to reveal the foundations of the Israeli innovative culture. Osnat supports many organizations and individuals to effectively connect and engage with Israelis, avoid misunderstanding and maximize the value of combining the innovative Israeli spirit into a multi culture environment.

Osnat is the founder of OLM Consulting and her customer include the Manufacturers’ Association of Israel, The Jewish Agency, Verint, NYU Tel Aviv, the British Embassy, the Swedish Embassy, the Belgium Embassy, FIDF, Israel Defense Ministry delegation in New York, JCC Association, National Bank of Australia, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 888 Holdings, Corning, SkyVision, ObserveIT, MX1, Israel Export Institute, StartApp, Tel Aviv Municipality, and many others.

Osnat lived in Hoboken, New Jersey, from 2009 to 2013. During this time, she started her extensive research on the differences between Israeli and non-Israeli business cultures, including video interviews with businesspeople from numerous origins. The recorded discussions are incorporated into her lectures and workshops for demonstration purposes.

Osnat holds:
M.A in Social Science and Communications, Bar Ilan University, Israel
Certificate in Organizational Development, New York University, New York
Coach License from Co-Active Training Institute, Israel

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