Oren Frank: Entrepreneur Supporting Innovation

Oren Frank’s home town in Israel. He started his career by working in an advertising and marketing company named McCann Worldgroup. Frank worked in various subsidiaries of the company. In 2001 he was called by McCann Erickson to London to work as a regional creative director. In 2003 he became the CEO of Worldgroup Israel, so he moved to Tel-Aviv. From 2005 to 2007 during his services as a CEO of Worldgroup he also served as the chairman of McCann Digital in Tel-Aviv. After being called upon by MRM Worldwide in New York City, Frank left Israel in 2008, and since then he has been living in New York City, though he stayed with the company till 2011. Check out talkspace .com to see full videos of Oren Frank’s presentation.

Frank had always been interested in writing blogs and articles so pursuing his interests he wrote several articles: I Am Beyond Death, The Destroyer of Worlds (Nov 2017), It Turns Out the GOP Did Win the Elections (May 2013), F.R.E.U.D: Fetal Reconstructive Emotional Unalienable Deity (Apr 2013), etc. After his first published in Oct 2012 Bye Bye Miss American Pie, since then a business newspaper has published twenty-nine articles written by Frank which is published by Haaretz group in Israel.

Frank also wrote for an online site, Ad Age which is a global media brand. His writings for the site include: Goodbye, Smartphone; Hello Predictive Contact Device (May 2010), Why Your Credit Card Will Soon Follow the Audio CD (June 2010), Think Again (June 2010), etc.

Oren Frank and his wife Roni Frank began to attend couples therapy to strengthen their relationship at the start of their marriage. It made them realize how therapies can benefit a person to live a mentally strong and healthy life. Being an innovation supporter both started Talkspace, an app for those seeking psychological help. For more information about Oren Frank, visit at https://medium.com/@oren_17217