by Ruthie Warshenbrot I was surprised and disappointed to hear of the recent closing of one of the Jewish community’s darling innovative organizations, JDub. I have great respect for my colleague Aaron Bisman, and have enjoyed watching JDub’s growth and reach over the past alm … [Read more...] about What Will the Jewish Community Do?
JDub Closing Up Shop
by Sarah Kass Today’s eJewish Philanthropy reports JDub is closing up shop despite a 9 year history of innovation and success. The reason? Financial pressures. The article notes that “among the reasons stated for closing are [an] ‘aging out of the cohort of Jewish “star … [Read more...] about Will We Be Builders and Not Just Buyers?
Venture is aging out of the cohort of Jewish “start-ups” JDub, an initiative touted as being at the forefront of a Jewish cultural renaissance, has announced it will be closing due to financial pressures. Founded in 2002 by two then NYU students, Ben Hesse and Aaron Bisman, JDub … [Read more...] about JDub Closing Up Shop