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Transformational Business Network (TBN)

Transformational Business Network (TBN) is an association of business men and women who use their skills and experience to make an impact in the most needy areas of the world. 


One example of the kind of projects which we are helping to develop is Transcend Support Services, based in Bethlehem in the West Bank. The aim is to offer Bi-lingual English - Arabic technical support for customers and employees of local, European and Gulf companies, broadening to more general IT and business process outsourcing. Benefits include jobs and export income (without the movement restrictions that make physical exports difficult), customer care training that will gradually influence the whole economy, and modelling partnership across the divide, ethical governance, employee share ownership and gender equality.

To discuss any opportunities of using these services and utilising a highly educated workforce (most are graduates of Bethlehem University) at a very cost-effective rate please call Mark Pearson here at Hucksters on 01892 78404 or drop him an email at

To go directly to Transcend's website click here

Our particular area of work is in the West Bank and Israel, where we are also involved with a variety of charities operating mainly in the field of reconciliation and development.


Olive Wood
We are also looking at ways of increasing markets for the Olive wood products that we import from Bethlehem

We are especially pleased with the wonderful Nativity Sets that we have available. These are made by Arab Christians to an exceptional level of craftmanship and make superb gifts for a lifetime - their purchase helps families support themselves through very difficult economic circumstances.

To purchase any products for personal use or as a retailer please contact Mark Pearson on

or even better, get in touch to become part of the solution to a major economic and humanitarian problem by becoming a distributor or franchisee.