Synonyms for hodara or Related words with hodara

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Examples of "hodara"
Hodara spent seven years working at McKinsey in France, India, and the USA, consulting clients in retail and e-commerce. Hodara is a graduate of HEC Paris with a master's degree in Business Administration.
Joseph Hodara was married to Raquel Hodara Bogopolsky (1939-2002). He has 3 children, Ami, Avivit and Liora. Lives in the town of Netanya with his wife Clara Iuchtman.
Joseph Hodara was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Completed secondary education in Monserrat School in Córdoba.
In 2012, Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec, co-founders and co-CEOs of Jumia, founded Jumia (formerly known as Africa Internet Group). Hodara and Poignonnec have overseen the successful launch and expansion of nine services in more than twenty countries across Africa.
Joseph Hodara (born July 23, 1938) is an Israeli sociologist, academic lecturer, adviser and researcher in international organizations, and a journalist.
Between 1966 and 1968 Joseph Hodara was a researcher in Szold Center, Jerusalem. Was a senior Lecturer in the National University of Mexico in the years 1968-1972.
Hodara, Susan, Artistic Expression in a Repressive State, New York times, November 30, 2014 http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/30/nyregion/in-purchase-ny-an-exhibition-of-artwork-by-artists-who-worked-in-the-soviet-union.html?_r=0
In 1967 Hodara got his PhD in Sociology at San Marcos University in Lima, Peru. His PhD thesis was "Structural Conflicts between Scientific and Political Institutions: Galileo, Oppenheimer and Lysenko" (published as a book by the National University of Mexico in 1969).
The Signal () is a 2007 Argentine film written by Eduardo Mignogna. Mignogna was going to direct the film as well. However, due to his death one year before the start of production, his friend and frequent collaborator, Ricardo Darín, took up the task. He was aided by Martín Hodara, who had his directorial debut. Darín also starred in the lead role, along with Diego Peretti, Julieta Díaz and Andrea Pietra.
Jumia Market was founded by Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec in February, 2013. The company started operations in Nigeria and Pakistan that same year under the name Kaymu; after receiving an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Rocket Internet. The company grew from an employee base of ten to sixty within first nine months and opened operations in Ghana and Morocco in October, 2013.

Jumia Market is an online marketplace/electronic commerce company under the umbrella of the Jumia Group conglomerate. The company is mainly known for its wide range of appliances, hardware, fashion items and a user friendly dashboard for both buyers and sellers. The company was founded by Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec as Kaymu in 2013; a venture specializing in localized Customer to Customer (C2C) and Business to Customer (B2C) products in 14 countries across Africa. Its headquarters are currently in the Yaba area of Lagos, Nigeria.

The use of both scalp flaps, in which a band of tissue with its original blood supply is shifted to the continue bald area, and free grafts dates back to the 19th century. In 1897, Menahem Hodara successfully implanted hair taken from the unaffected areas of the scalp on to the scars that were left bald by favus. Modern transplant techniques began in Japan in the 1930s, where surgeons used small grafts, and even "follicular unit grafts" to replace damaged areas of eyebrows or lashes, but not to treat baldness. Their efforts did not receive worldwide attention at the time, and the traumas of World War II kept their advances isolated for another two decades.