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The Problem

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Individuals Are


Despite a strong sense of Jewish identity reported among North American Jewish millenials, Jewish individuals are largely uninformed about the breadth of opportunities available to them and accessing Jewish programming is often technically cumbersome and frustrating.

Organizations Struggle to Connect

Few Jewish organizations have the technical capabilities needed to effectively reach and sustain connection with their audience.  Additionally, most Jewish organizations struggle to successfully leverage data to build stronger, lasting constituent relationships,

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People strongly identify with being Jewish, but claiming their attention is increasingly difficult

Jewish households associate with the Jewish community less and less


Competition in the "Attention Economy" is fierce

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We're all glued to our phones


We now spend

more time on smart phones

than watching TV

2 out of 5 young adults are 

online "Almost Constantly"

-Pew Research (7/15- 1/18)

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6.3 hours per day spent 

on our mobile devices

-eMarketer 10/18 (2016-2018)

We now book everything with apps

5 out of 6 active Jewish constituents regularly use apps for tickets reservations and other


-JFMD NEXTGen Survey 2019


26 million monthly diners 

via online reservations

2 million events per year

500 k wellness practitioners

125 million monthly bookings using OpenTable


3 million tickets per week

58 million active consumers

60 k event organizers

Young Jewish adults are asking for Jliive

5 out of 6 active Jewish constituents would prefer a single portal with all events in one place

-JFMD NEXTGen Survey 2019

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5 out of 6 active Jewish constituents would prefer to have

payment securely stored

for easier registration

-JFMD NEXTGen Survey 2019

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