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EPIC Hires Tali Israeli following Record Breaking $300 Million Year

“Her hands-on approach to day-to-day operations will help bring us to the next level.”

Tali Israeli

EPIC Commercial Realty (EPIC), a full-service commercial real estate brokerage operating in the greater New York metropolitan area, has announced it closed over 100 transactions totaling more than $300 million in sales in 2014, marking a record-breaking year for the firm.

To support its continued growth, EPIC appointed Tali Israeli, a retired IDF First Lieutenant, as its chief operating officer. In her role, Israeli handles day-to-day operations and oversees the 30-person team. She is charged with hiring and growing the team by identifying candidates that are driven and strive toward excellence.

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“EPIC Commercial Realty had a record-breaking 2014, and we look forward to expanding further this year under the leadership of our new and talented COO, ” said Yona Edelkopf, EPIC CEO. “Tali brings with her a strong real estate background as well as expertise in both strategic direction and recruitment. Her hands-on approach to day-to-day operations will help bring us to the next level.”

Before joining EPIC, Israeli was a senior operations manager at Hearing Life/Total Hearing Care, overseeing the operations for several hundred locations.

“I am honored to take the helm of EPIC Commercial Realty alongside Yona Edelkopf, and to work with an incredibly talented team of professionals, ” said Israeli. “I look forward to continuing to help EPIC Commercial Realty grow and utilizing my skill set to achieve even greater success.”



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