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13: Interview with Meny Hoffman, CEO of PTEX Group

Brilliant interview with Meny Hoffman, CEO of PTEX Group. In this episode we learn about Meny himself and how PTEX Group got started. We learn about the importance of being able to offer many different services for your clients to give them the best quality support and services from one team in all areas as their business grows. We also talk about the LTB Summit; the reasons they started it, the Launch Pad, some of their amazing speakers and more!

Name: Meny Hoffman

Position: CEO of the PTEX Group


LTB Summit:

LinkedIn: Meny on LinkedIn

Twitter: @menyhoffman

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People, Companies & Books Mentioned In This Episode:

Wolf Eisenbach

Joseph Hoffman

Michael Port

Really Gorgeous Website –

Emuna – What ever happened yesterday you have to have Emuna it happened for the good
Bitachon – Is about what happens tomorrow
Hishtadlus – Is about today!

Dave Crenshaw

Avi Singer

John Jantsch

Brian Scudamore – 1-800-Got-Junk

Mark Zuckerberg – Started a social media site

Ezra Firestone

Charlie Harary

Sean Wise

Eliyahu Rosenbloom from FR Conversions

Mark Horowitz

Ramon Ray



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Quote from this Episode: If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.

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About the author, Nachum

For the last 25 years, I have made it my mission to pioneer business ideas and carry them through to their full potential.

I have patented four different pieces of technology, worked in video commerce, developed interoperable messaging, and striven for innovation throughout my career.

Realizing that the future of the economy is in freelancing, I have since turned all my attention to Book like a Boss, a cutting-edge, all-inclusive platform engineered to support entrepreneurs in more than 100 countries – and growing every day.

Born in Passaic, NJ, I now reside in Bet Shemesh, Israel, where I share my home with my loving wife and our eight children.

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