Yogev Shelly – Co-Founder and CEO of TinyTap

[quote style=”boxed”]There is no ceiling. Anyone can be anything.[/quote] Yogev Shelly is the CEO and Lead Developer of TinyTap. Yogev received his B.Des from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. He started 27dv.com, an Interactive Studio working with startups, such as JVP, PLYMedia and Eye-Click, later he joined rounds.com as …

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Lior Maimon – Founder of Stagee

[quote style=”boxed”]No matter what happens, it’s important to always stay a little hungry.[/quote] Lior Maimon has spent the past 12 years in entrepreneurship, business development, marketing and management roles. He was founder and CEO of Zone1 Ltd., a web and mobile software solutions firm. He founded Tavshil.co.il, a leading web …

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Avishai Weiss – Co-Founder and CEO of Apartable

[quote style=”boxed”]Talk to people. I must admit that I don’t talk to as many people as I probably should, but you won’t get very far if you just keep ideas to yourself. You never know who’s going to have an interesting insight.[/quote] Avishai Weiss is co-founder and CEO of Apartable, …

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Assaf Eisenstein – Founder and CEO of GooodJob

[quote style=”boxed”]Measure everything–whether it’s customer conversion, user engagement or optimal functionality. If you don’t measure, you cannot evolve and improve.[/quote] Assaf Eisenstein founded GooodJob in order to improve upon the existing model of employee referral programs, and to provide corporate recruiters with a way to increase their access to better candidates. …

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Amnon Levav – Co-Founder and Managing Director of SIT

[quote style=”boxed”]One thing we decided early on, which turned out to be an excellent business idea even though it wasn’t conceived as one, is to always work only with good people with whom you feel comfortable–and that includes clients. Also, try and leave a gift whenever you meet someone.[/quote] Amnon Levav …

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Sagee Ben-Zedeff – CEO and Co-Founder of Serendip Media

[quote style=”boxed”]My main problem is with the manic, depressed-like nature of being an entrepreneur. You can be on the top of the world at 10:00 a.m., depressed as hell at 2:00 p.m., and then opening a champagne bottle by 8:00 p.m. It can definitely screw up your mind.[/quote] Sagee Ben-Zedeff …

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Shahar Vigdor – Co-Founder and General Manager of FanGager

[quote style=”boxed”]Work hard. That is the only way you will get lucky at the right time. Know that the process will always take longer than you think or want it to. Do not accept the words “no” or “impossible.” Remember that successful people probably failed sometime in the past.[/quote] Shahar …

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Lihi Lapid – Israeli Bestelling Author and Journalist

[quote style=”boxed”]Try to be good to yourself the way you are good to others.[/quote] Lihi Lapid is an Israeli author and journalist whose books and weekly newspaper column deal with contemporary women’s issues. Her popular weekly newspaper column is published in the weekend supplement of one of Israel’s major newspapers. …

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Joanna Landau – Founder and Executive Director of Kinetis

[quote style=”boxed”]Network. I was fortunate enough to be born into a family that has a great network, but I never took advantage of it. Once I found my passion, I just went full force and now I will meet almost anyone who is like-minded – you never know where it …

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