Early-Stage WordPress Startup Investing The Key Factors
David was one the first web pioneers, Back in 1992 he developed a line-mode web client and also contributed code to the initial WWW library. Was the first to introduce and promote Hebrew on the web.
He has over twenty years of experience as a CTO and a CEO and was involved in several start-ups and established companies and was the founder of two successful ventures.
His academic background is in computer science (BS) and educational technology (M.Sc). Was adjunct university professor, an IDF "Basmach - Mamram School" instructor, gave numerous workshops on Information Architecture, UEX, E-Learning, and Cyberwar, wrote two books and several articles on the early days of the Internet and received innovation awards including the Hebrew University Kaye award for innovation (twice).
Main Questions For Interview
#1 - David what have been some of your most interesting and exciting investments in WordPress?
#2 - What is the start-up investment scene like at the present moment in Israel?
#3 - What are some of them of the most interesting start-up companies or sectors on your radar at the present moment?
#4 - What are some of the key factors that you look for in early-stage investing?
#5 - If you go back to a time machine at the beginning of your career, what advice would you give yourself?
#6 - Are there any books, websites, or online recourses that have helped you in your business development that you like to share with the audience?
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