Moshe Klughaft is an International strategic advisor and a Campaign Manager to political leaders and political parties around the world, chosen by “Forbes” as one of Israel’s most influential people under 40, and chosen by "Jerusalem Post" among the 50 most influential Jews in the world of 2020.
In 2018 Klughaft was the strategic advisor and a campaign manager for Georgian presidential candidate Salome Zourabichvili, leading a 60%-40% turnaround against the UNM candidate. Zourabichvili was Georgias's first woman president.
Klughaft worked In Romania, where he managed the campaign which brought an overwhelming victory for the Social Democratic Party in the 2016 General Elections. The creativity and the new approach that Klughaft brought to the campaign ensured a convincing 46%-25% win over the center right party.
Klughaft also worked in Germany with senior officials in the German Foreign Ministry, from Martin Schulz's SPO Party.
In Austria, working with the chancellor, Klughaft ran a "listening campaign", which included disguising the Chancellor as a pizza delivery guy. The Chancellor then surprised people while coming to their homes, wearing a hidden camera. he personally listened to them while still delivering the pizza. It was one of the most viral campaigns in Austrian history.
In Kosovo, Klughaft worked with the President and the Foreign Minister.
He also worked in Milan, Italy, with an independent local politician as well as in other countries.
Klughaft also managed the last campaign for former Israeli president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Shimon Peres. The campaign was encouraging more young Israelis to take up science and was deemed a success.
In Israel Klughaft and his partners advised the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Minister of Defense, Education Minister, Internal minister, Economy Minister and Justice Minister.
Klughaft also managed Jewish Home Party 2012 Israeli election campaign. The campaign was brought up the party from 2% awareness only 2 months before the elections to winning 12 seats in the Israeli Knesset. It was the most amount of votes the party had ever received. After Israel’s 2015 general election, Klughaft served as a negotiator for the Jewish Home party. The impressive results of the negotiations led to the party obtaining the education, Justice and agricultural ministries. The most significant ministerial gains in the party’s history.
As a result of his work, Klughaft was chosen as Israel’s most influential Strategic Expert by Israel’s leading finance newspaper – “Globes”. He was also chosen by “Forbes” as one of Israel’s most influential people under 40.
Klughaft is also a screenwriter who wrote the hit TV show “Shadow Government”. The show is a political drama series in the style of House of Cards and has become one of the most popular series in Israel.
Klughaft is also a musician and has written many songs for leading Israeli artists. In 2018, "The Last Survivor", a poem written by Klughaft, was chosen to commemorate the Holocaust at a special meeting at the UN in New York. It was performed there, on stage, during the official International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Hebrew, Arabic and English.