Meet Our New Advisors
As part of our growth strategy for 2018, we have recently recruited 3 top advisors to bitJob’s advisory board. Please meet Liron Rose, Motti Peer, and Lior Shoham. They are equipped with unique experience and a wide array of skills, vital to the development and growth of bitJob. We’re very much excited to welcome them to the bitJob family.
Liron is a 2x entrepreneur, an early stage investor and a Cryptocurrency & Blockchain enthusiast. He has over 15 years of online marketing experience and has been investing at tech companies since 2006 (Kenshoo, Similarweb and more).His latest company, AfterDownload, was acquired by Ironsource, and more recently, he was a Managing Director at Barclays Techstars Fintech Accelerator.Liron’s passion is helping great teams to succeed fast. He worked as a mentor and strategic advisor with numerous startups. Liron holds a MBA from Tel Aviv University, and has certifications in coaching & leadership.
Motti holds a MBA in Finance and Marketing from Manchester University. As Co-CEO of Blonde 2.0, he is responsible for handling the Public Relations aspects, strategy, and specializes in crisis management.He likes to think “out of the box” and come up with strategies and increases clients’ brand awareness. Motti serves as a mentor and a lecturer at the Executive MBA program of Tel Aviv University, Michlelet Afeka, and IDC’s entrepreneurial program. Motti has been named one of the Startup Nation’s “Movers and Shakers” on Forbes.
Lior sole’s purpose is to empower people and organizations.He prepares TEDx speakers, senior executives, entrepreneurs, NPO leaders, researchers, and technical staff towards roadshows, pitch competitions, conferences, media appearances, TEDx events and more. He also consults, and coaches selected ICO projects towards pre-sale and crowd-sale campaigns, helping them with their strategic skills. In the past 8 years he worked with many different customers in more than 20 countries such as Google, Facebook, Citi Bank Innovation Labs etc. After completing his studies, he moved to NY. There, he worked for the UN, as part of the media team of Ambassador, Ron Prosor.