This month in Tel Aviv we dive into the best practices of selling your company. How do you know if and when it’s the right time to sell? Whats the best way to go about it? How do you value your company? What are the most common mistakes to avoid? What’s it like for a founder navigating the most consequential financial transaction of their lives? We’ll unpack these questions and your own with a stellar panel of fellow TechAviv members that have experienced big and small exits, as recently this month. We’re also joined by one of the world’s preeminent M&A deal makers, Storm Duncan of Jefferies.
TechAviv's CEO Lunch series brings together a few CEO members to intimately discuss the challenges, joys and best practices of being founder CEO. Each month a different CEO hosts. This month we continue our discussion on lessons-learned scaling a unicorn at Outbrain with founder & CEO, Yaron Galai.
Next up in our TechAviv Founder Stories series is a fireside chat with the one and only Nuseir ("Nas") Yassin, best known for his phenom video series "Nas Daily". We'll unpack the lessons learned from his unique founding story, early challenges, best practices and ultimate success that led to millions of adoring global fans, over 4 billion views, and the video startup he's working on now. We'll then discuss the current state of diversity in our startup ecosystem in a town-hall discussion with Nas and 200 invited founders and investors. In attendance will be male, female, orthodox, Arab and Palestinian founders and investors. This will be a special night and critically important discussion.
TechAviv's CEO Lunch series brings together a few CEO members to intimately discuss the challenges, joys and best practices of being founder CEO. Each month a different CEO hosts. This month we’re discussing unicorn building lessons-learned with Adam Neumann, founder & CEO of WeWork.
Following up on our last founder and investor town hall meeting where we established that storytelling is a founder's #1 job, we’re running a workshop dedicated to training founders on the art of the perfect pitch - whether it be for fundraising or presenting your company to large audiences at conferences. The workshop will be led by top TED speaker coaches Virtuozo.
echAviv's CEO Lunch series brings a dozen founder CEO members to discuss the challenges, joys and best practices of being CEO, over great food and wine. This month’s lunch will be held in San Francisco at Credit Karma with founder & CEO Ken Lin. We'll be discussing best practices, and hard lessons learned, scaling a unicorn.
We’re gathering some of our best VCs, angels and founders for a candid roundtable discussion about fundraising. No video cameras, just off-the-record real talk about the most important interaction between founders and investors. We sit town-hall style with everyone participating. Anonymous questions submitted ahead of time by TechAviv Founders Club members will be used to guide the discussion. No topic is off-limits. Will be a lot of fun, fascinating and uniquely valuable to both founders and investors.
TechAviv's CEO Lunch Series brings together a dozen CEO members to discuss the challenges, joys and best practices of being CEO over great food and wine. For our November lunch in Tel Aviv we're joined by one of silicon valley's most successful fintech founders, Ken Lin, founder & CEO of $4B unicorn Credit Karma. This event is fully booked.
TechAviv Top Startup is a TechAviv event series showcasing Israel's best startups to fellow founders and the world's best investors. Each quarter, we ask 500 TechAviv Founders Club members - Israel’s top CEOs, CTOs and investors - who they consider to be the most promising growth and early-stage Israeli startups right now. The top 5 nominees in each category then present in front of fellow founders, local VCs and over 50 hand-selected top-tier VCs globally via video. On Nov 20th the early-stage winners take the stage
TechAviv Top Startup is a new event series in Tel Aviv showcasing Israel's best startups to the world's best investors. Each quarter we ask 400 TechAviv Founders Club members - Israel’s top founder CEOs, CTOs, and investors to nominate Israel’s most promising growth and early-stage startups. On Oct 4th the top 5 nominated growth-stage startups took the stage in front of 150 fellow founders and local VCs, and over 50 top-tier global VCs via video.