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Shlomo Kalish Is/Was the Alpha Male of This VC

Fund: Jerusalem Global Ventures

Posted by chompyZ on 2007-03-24

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Shlomo Kalish, the prominent person behind this fund, is an "outsider" in the Israeli local VC industry. He used to be much more aggressive than his colleagues, and used to go into "internet" start-ups and alike which were looked at as forbidden animals by most Israeli VCs. In other words -€œ he used to be a real venture capital, not some "executive" like most other venture capitalists. However, with the burst of the bubble, he was crucified by the local press, along with the fall of a floppy VC he founded and promoted (Yazam.com ). After that, he lost all his confidence, but I hear he is back in the business now, maybe a bit more mature, but I hope he preserved his aggressive attitude and not adopted a sleek venture capital attitude like most others.

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