Members of the Board & Advisors
Boaz Goldman - Co-founder and Chairman of the Board
Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, Boaz Goldman is a veteran entrepreneur and telecommunications executive with more than 20 years of experience in management, sales and business development. Boaz is the co-founder of several successful companies, including Circles, Outsmart developing fixed-mobile convergence, and Galleo specializing in smart phones, (a joint venture with Siemens, Sharp and Flextronics). Prior to this, he was the Director of Strategic Partnership at Orange IL. In addition to his role at floLIVE, Boaz currently serves as Chairman of the Board at Inno Networks. Boaz studied finance and business administration at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Yoram Snir, 83North
Yoram Snir joined Greylock Partners in 2005 and in 2006 was a founding partner of Greylock IL, now 83North. Previously, Yoram held multiple positions with Cisco Systems and with ClassData (CSCO). Yoram focuses on Enterprise IT infrastructure, cloud technologies, virtualization and communication.
Yair Snir, Dell Technologies
Yair leads Dell Technologies Capital in Europe and Israel, focusing on early stage enterprise technology startups. He has over a decade experience in building companies, most of which in charge of Microsoft’s Business Development and M&A activity in the region. Previously, Yair held corporate strategy leadership roles at ECI Telecom and at Rotem Strategy. Yair has founded and worked in various bio-tech hi-tech companies and holds a BS in Computer Science and Computational Biology from Jerusalem’s Hebrew University and an MBA from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel.
Boaz Peer, Qualcomm Ventures
Boaz Peer is a Director at Qualcomm Ventures and focuses on investments in Israel and Europe. Boaz serves on the boards of Prospera Technologies, i3 Equity Partners, Wiliot, AnyVision, CoreTigo and CyberX. Before joining Qualcomm Ventures, Boaz led Qualcomm business development in Israel and Europe in various domains such as mobile, automotive and IOT.
In this role Boaz has successfully built from the ground up a 3rd party ecosystem of startups collaborating with Qualcomm, from proof of concept phase to commercialization.
Prior to this role, Boaz worked at Qualcomm Israel R&D center and in his last role there led its program management group.
Barak Pridor, Saban Ventures
Barak Pridor serves as Managing Partner at Saban Ventures. He leads the fund's venture and growth equity investments.
Barak serves on the boards of EX-CO, Applicaster, Beach Bum, SimilarWeb, Bustle, Polyrize, Zeitgold, and Mine.
Prior to Saban Ventures, Barak's career comprised of entrepreneurial and operating roles, ranging from building an early stage company into a market leader, to a senior leadership role within a large, global corporation. His experience also includes venture capital investment and various executive and non-executive board positions. Earlier in his career Barak served as an Executive Vice President at Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI) and was CEO of ClearForest, which was acquired by TRI.
As part of his commitment to the Israeli tech scene, Barak co-founded SOSA, a hub for entrepreneurs, service providers and executives involved in Israel’s start-up scene.
Barak earned an MBA from INSEAD and a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the Tel Aviv University.