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Qumra launches second cohort of mentorship program to aid growth phase entrepreneurs

Qumra launches second cohort of mentorship program to aid growth phase entrepreneurs

Tomer Weingarten (SentinelOne), Shlomi Ben Haim (JFrog), Micha Kaufman (Fiverr), Udi Mokady (CyberArk) , and Eido Gal (Riskified) are among the experienced entrepreneurs who will mentor CEOs of promising Israeli startups

CTech | 11:42  27.03.2022

Israeli growth capital fund Qumra Capital is launching a second cohort in its mentorship program with the likes of Tomer Weingarten (SentinelOne), Shlomi Ben Haim (JFrog), Micha Kaufman (Fiverr), Udi Mokady (CyberArk), and Eido Gal (Riskified) among those set to help guide CEOs of companies in their early growth phase and shorten their learning curve.

Following the success of the first batch which included two acquired companies (Epsagon and Oribi), as well as companies that raised significant capital, Qumra has recently launched the second batch with ten CEOs of Israel’s top performing companies personally mentoring CEOs of promising companies. During the six-month program, participants receive first-hand insight and tools to help them set and achieve goals and milestones for scale.

Boaz Dinte of Qumra Capital. Boaz Dinte of Qumra Capital. Boaz Dinte of Qumra Capital.

Mentors in the second program include: Shlomi Ben Haim (JFrog, CEO), Micha Kaufman (Fiverr, CEO), Udi Mokady (CyberArk, CEO), Tomer Weingarten (SentinelOne, CEO), Eido Gal, (Riskified, CEO) Nir Erez (Moovit, CEO - acquired by Intel), Yuval Bar-Gil, (AeroScout, CEO - acquired by Stanley Black and Decker), Ehud Rokach (XtremeIO, CEO - acquired by EMC), Zeev Farbman, (Lightricks, CEO), and Slavik Markovich, (Demisto, CEO - acquired by Palo Alto Network).

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CEO Mentees in the program include: Smadar David - Vanti Analytics, Ilit Raz - Joonko, Omri Geller - Run:AI, Shahar Fogel - Rookout, Roy Danon - Buildots, Lior Levy - Cycode, Roy Avidor - Cymbio, Raz Golan - Shopic, David Datny - Lingopie and Itamar Ben Hemo - Rivery.

“After two years in which we have seen a wave of tech IPOs of Israeli companies, the past months have been transformative in the public markets. It is time to navigate in turbulent waters and the insight of experienced entrepreneurs is priceless,” said Qumra’s Managing Partner Boaz Dinte.

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