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Nir Keren

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2017-04-17 at 23:07:21


Nir Keren is an entrepreneur, business development and marketing expert, whose professional path took an unexpected turn when embarking on his and his partner’s joint journey to parenthood. After experiencing first hand the obstacles and hardships international Intended Parents (IPs) had to endure; he made it his life mission to support IPs in achieving their dream of becoming parents. In the process Nir had discovered Canada as a stable, moral and feasible destination for surrogacy and vouched to assist more IPs obtain their goals there.  By now Nir has dedicated his life to supporting IP’s around the world in having a smooth and straight-forward journey in Canada. He established ‘Babies Come True’, a concierge service for international IP’s that will help and support their entire surrogacy process. Nir and his husband Bob have recently welcomed their second baby via Canadian surrogacy and love to share their story with others.

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