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Shaul Olmert is co-founder and CEO of award-winning storytelling platform, Playbuzz. Playbuzz empowers over 13,000 publishers, brands and agencies worldwide to author and distribute engaging content for editorial and commercial purposes via interactive storytelling tools.Keep Reading »
Called a Web Marketing guru by the new York times, the story of how Marcus Sherridan was able to save his swimming pool company “Riverpools” form the economic crush of 2008, has been featured in multiple books, publications and stories around the world. It is also the inspiration for his newest book “They Ask You Answer” which was dubbed the number 1 marketing book to read in 2017 by Mashable.
Today, Sherridan has become a highly thought after global speaker and consultant in the digital sales and marketing space, working with hundreds of business and brands alike to become the trusted voice of their industry when navigating the ultra fast rate of change occurring within consumers and buyers today.Keep Reading »
Lou Kerner is a partner at Flight VC, where he spends 100% of his time investing in tech companies founded by Israeli’s, as manager of the Israel founders indicate on angelist. Lou has a BA from UCLA and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of business.Keep Reading »
Kate Erickson is a creator, engager and implementer, over at EOFire, a 7 days a week podcast that interviews today’s most inspiring and successful entrepreneurs.
She is also the host of Kate’s Take, the EOFire audio blog and the Author of the FirePath, Beginners guide to growing your online business.
Kate is passionate about helping entrepreneurs in create freedom in their business and life thru developing systems and processes that can help their business scale and grow.
Hi, my name is Hayut Yogev and my story is about Customer Focus. Marketing has been a major part of my life for the last 31 years, I was dragged into this world by mistake, while my original plan was to study engineering, but I got an offer to be a part of a small marketing team to launch a new and unfamiliar product. Today we would have called it a startup, back then no one knew what a startup was.Keep Reading »