By now, you’re probably aware that the Israeli government recently approved the creation of a new company that will oversee the building of designer shoe warehouses in Israel.
The new company will be named Gantu, or Gantua, and will be managed by the Israel-based NGO Open Culture.
Its goal is to open and run a designer footwear warehouse that is completely independent from the Israeli shoe industry.
The initiative was launched in January and the first phase of the project is currently in its final stages.
As of January, the warehouse is expected to have a capacity of 100,000 shoes and produce some 10 million pairs of shoes annually.
The organization is hoping to open its first store in May, when it expects to have 30,000 pairs of sneakers and shoeshops, according to the Open Culture website.
The warehouse is a joint venture between the Israeli and international shoe manufacturers and is meant to be an efficient, open space that allows manufacturers to create and distribute their own high-quality shoes, accessories, and apparel.
The organization also hopes to offer training programs and services to the local shoe and apparel industry to ensure the continued growth of the industry.
In addition to this, the organization hopes to establish a network of people who are passionate about this issue and will work with the local communities to improve the lives of the residents of the region.
“Our goal is that by opening a shoe warehouse in Israel, the shoe industry will become more efficient, efficient, and environmentally friendly,” said Elad Kuzman, an organization representative in Israel and a member of the board of Open Culture and Gantū.
“This will also create new opportunities for the shoe companies to grow and create jobs.”
According to the organization’s website, the goal of Open Cares is to empower consumers to have the right to choose, without being influenced by politics or corporate interests.
This is achieved by providing the public with access to information about the products they buy, offering free samples and a variety of other resources, and working with the community to support and educate the people around them.
Kuzman said the goal is also to educate the public about the health effects of wearing designer shoes and shoes, and to support the local economy in Israel as well.
“It is important to remember that these products are not just for sale,” Kuzmann said.
“They are a luxury, and they must be made to last.
The government should ensure that we are not making them into a fashion accessory.”
The warehouse will be located in the northern town of Kfar Saba, which is about 200 kilometers (124 miles) east of Tel Aviv.
The warehouse will initially serve as a retail store for the Israeli brand, and it is expected that it will expand to serve the wider shoe industry in Israel in the future.
The first phase is expected by the end of next year.
The Gantuan warehouse will open in the spring of 2020.
The plan is to have about 20,000 people working in the warehouse, which will be open to the public on a daily basis.
The warehouses will also be equipped with a medical clinic that will help the residents treat their shoes, according the Open Care website.
“We are hoping that this will serve as an opportunity for the local community to learn about shoes and how to care for them, and also to give shoes an opportunity to be made into something that is fashionable,” Kutzman said.
According to Kuzmans website, he and his team are planning to open a shoe factory in Israel within the next three years.
“We believe that we can create a thriving business that will grow over time, and that this opportunity will become even more attractive as the shoe sector becomes more developed in Israel,” he said.
The Israel-Israel conflict has seen a number of other shoe factories, such as the Nike factory in Gaza, close down due to security concerns.