Business Leader, Philanthropist, Women's Shoes

Kfir Gavrieli Sees Serving Others As More Fulfilling

Kfir Gavrieli is the founder and CEO of Tieks. It is a successful online-only fashion brand. The business sells an exclusive style of comfortable ballet flat shoes for women. Gavrieli founded Tieks after a successful career in the finance, and technology industries. Tieks allows him to contribute to charitable causes through his Gavrieli Foundation. The foundation also contributes to the empowerment of women in their communities.

Kfir Gavrieli in his business decision looks at past as well as future possibilities. This approach has helped him to develop a new product and new approach to retail. During the COVID-19 pandemic Gavrieli responded. And adapted his company’s facilities for mask making. They made a million masks to meet the needs of workers in the healthcare sector. His response to the PPE needs also includes Operation #SewTogether campaign. With it, Tieks used social media to get followers to join in the effort

For Kfir Gavrieli the response to the pandemic showed heroism in the people involved. Such acts of heroism are the everyday acts by ordinary people in their everyday lives. Heroes put others before themselves, even when it is difficult, or dangerous. They do it as the right thing to do. Gavrieli sees heroism as serving a larger purpose. And it is more fulfilling when we serve others.

Gavrieli regards his parents as his heroes. They made sacrifices for him while he was growing up. They moved to a new country to give their children opportunities. Now his reality as a businessman has shown him the sacrifices his parents made for him and his siblings.

He sees his business success because of the example of his parents as businesspeople. Gavrieli is grateful for the opportunity to help a larger cause. Kfir Gavrieli values providing needed supplies to health workers during the pandemic. See this article to learn more about Kfir Gavrieli.

 

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