Eliezer "Bebo" Kobo is an Israeli businessman, the chairman and CEO of the property company Camden Market Holdings & Developments.
In the 1970, Kobo was based in Hong Kong, as a clothing manufacturer, working cloesly with Richard Caring, who owned the Israeli fashion brand Jump. In the 1980s and 1990s, Kobo expanded into Florida and for a time was in partnership with the Nakash brothers in owning the American clothing company Jordache.
In the 1990s, Kobo, Caring, and Elliott Bernerd, head of the British property company Chelsfield, teamed up to acquire London's Camden Market, and Bebo had a 50% share. In 2014, they sold "a huge swathe" to fellow Israeli, the gambling billionaire Teddy Sagi, for £400 million.
Kobo is the chairman and CEO of Camden Market Holdings & Developments, Stanley Sidings, and Stables Market Property Group.
Prior to purchasing Camden Market and Properties, Kobo owned a similar market in Miami, Florida for a number of years.
He is the father of Oded David Kobo, and has five other children.
He is married to Israeli model Miri Bohadana.
In 2015, he bought a 460 sq m house in Arsuf, an "exclusive cliff-top community", for NIS 16 million, as part of a creditors' arrangement for brothers Eliyahu and Moshe Shushan and brothers Gad and Dov Slook.