Shilav was founded by husband and wife Isaac and Shosi Oren. The name "Shilav" is a Hebrew acronym for "home delivery for new parents". The company was established in 1974 as a "one-stop-shopping" store for baby needs.
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But buying a car seat which meets the standard is not enough, says Yitzhak Oren, head of the Shilav group. When making a purchase, parents should try the ...
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Tiny Love, a division of Tel Aviv-based Shilav Group, last year launched two new tummy toys and retooled its popular Gymini 3-D Activity Gym to add features ...
- (in Hebrew) http://www.shilav.co.il/ (Shilav Group's official website)