Your Ambassador of JOY, Barry Shore, welcomes a man that can make You Healthier, Wealthier, and Wiser. Jonathan Medved is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and angel investor in Israel’s high-tech scene. He is the founder and CEO of OurCrowd, a leading equity crowdfunding platform. Medved was named one of the “50 Most Influential Jews” by the Jerusalem Post, where he was dubbed “the startup nation’s guru.” OurCrowd was started in 2013 and has its global headquarters in Jerusalem with additional offices in the USA, Toronto, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney. As of January 2020, OurCrowd has raised over One BILLION Dollars for nearly 200 startup companies and venture funds in its portfolio. In 1995, Medved co-founded Israel Seed Partners with Michael Eisenberg and Neil Cohen in their garage with $2 million in funding. Saul Singer and Dan Senor, in their best-selling book, Start-up Nation, describe Medved as “one of Israel’s legendary business ambassadors”. You will ENJOY

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Jon Medved guest on the Joy of Living Radio Show

Jon Medved

Jonathan “Jon” Medved is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and angel investor in Israel’s high-tech scene. He is the founder and CEO of OurCrowd, a leading equity crowdfunding platform. Medved was named one of the “50 Most Influential Jews” by the Jerusalem Post, where he was dubbed “the startup nation’s guru. OurCrowd was started in 2013 and has its global headquarters in Jerusalem with additional offices in the USA, Toronto, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney. As of January 2020, OurCrowd has raised over One Billion Dollars in 2000 startup companies and venture funds in its portfolio. In 1995, Medved co-founded Israel Seed Partners with Michael Eisenberg and Neil Cohen in a garage with $2 million in funding. Saul Singer and Dan Senor, in their best-selling book, Start-up Nation, describe Medved as “one of Israel’s legendary business ambassadors….[he] has taken on a role that – in any other country – would typically belong to the local Chamber of Commerce, Minister of Trade, or Foreign Secretary.”