|If so, please join The Times of Israel Community||A screenshot of UShops, which eases online purchases in the US for Israeli consumers Courtesy screenshot Finally, online shopping may also have played a role in how an imported brand like The Gap failed to succeed in its Israeli brick-and-mortar stores|
|What differentiates Fox from some of its competitors is its mix of international and Israeli brands||They are all part of the Israeli Fox Group, owned by the Wiesel brothers, whose father began as the delivery man for the Fox clothing factory|
The classic American label was brought to Israel by the late real estate magnate Motti Zisser, who owned Elbit Imaging Ltd.
|Yaron Ben Eli, the CEO of UShops, an Israeli e-commerce site designed to help Israelis buy affordably from American sites, thinks that Israelis are buying more online, specifically from sites like the Gap, which are very strong in e-commerce, given the triumvirate of The Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic, as well as Athleta, all available from the same e-commerce site||When it comes to exposing the Israeli market to an American brand, even one as well-known as The Gap, more is better than less, said Palas|
|Fox, Fox Home, Yanga and Laline were all Israeli creations, now brought to a much wider consumer scale||But as the journalism we do is costly, we invite readers for whom The Times of Israel has become important to help support our work by joining The Times of Israel Community|
The same collections, the same purchase experience.19