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Rami Beracha Shares That Although Covid-19 Has Wrought Havoc on the Economy, It’s Also Created Many Business Opportunities

Rami Beracha believes that although the last two years since the Coronavirus hit have been economically challenging, many business opportunities are to be found. Beracha recommends searching for endeavors in the digital world that will thrive as long as Covid lasts and survive after it dies down. Beracha has heeded his own advice and proceeded with two promising business ventures despite the ever-changing Covid-19 economy.


Beracha’s life has taught him to exploit crises and find opportunities in the darkest of times. He’s not afraid of challenges and believes that this period is full of enterprises worth taking advantage of. According to Rami, any crisis is a chance for a new beginning; he sees the Covid as a psychological crisis that has paralyzed many.


After years of promoting the Israeli high-tech industry, Rami was ready to go global. So, along with his business partners, he founded Eden Block, a new venture capital investment fund based in the West End in London. Eden Block focuses on supporting Blockchain technology and Crypto network startup companies. The fund’s vision is to push the world forward into the digital age by finding and investing in innovative and revolutionary blockchain start-ups.


Aside from London, Beracha has other international plans and has expressed great interest in starting a venture capital fund in Dubai. Ever since Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed the Abraham Accords, Rami has been excited to invest in the Middle Eastern market. He plans to call his Dubai-based fund Ender Ventures. His mission will be to connect Israeli and European investors with United Arab Emirates high-tech companies that specialize in VR, robotics, AI, and more.


Rami shares- “I see a great opportunity in forging a connection with the Arab world, and this has strengthened following the peace agreement with the Emirates. The accumulated experience of Israeli high-tech can accelerate the development of innovation in the Emirates. The UAE has a unique outlook on business. It will most likely draw many companies to its doors in the next few years due to low business tax and very business-friendly legislation.”


Rami Beracha Shares His Secret to Success


According to Rami, when choosing a dream to pursue, one should take time and make sure it’s right before making drastic moves. It’s crucial to be genuinely passionate about your plans and believe in yourself. Otherwise, you won’t succeed. Never go forward with a venture you don’t believe in, and don’t be afraid to make changes even after you’ve begun. It is always wiser to change things early on than invest time and money in something you aren’t happy with.


Beracha developed his unique outlook from experience. After his time in the army, he got his degree in law. But after working in a Wall Street law firm for a short while, Rami realized that it wasn’t for him and changed gears completely. He then discovered his love for business and decided to take the plunge, leaving New York for France, where he completed his MBA.


Soon after graduation, Beracha began a successful career at Pitango, Israel’s largest venture capital fund. In just a few years, he was named managing partner and led the fund in investing in over 200 up-and-coming Israeli high-tech startups. Rami aided many of these startups in making successful exits to some of the world’s biggest companies like Marvel, Microsoft, Broadcom, and Apple.


Since then, Beracha has continued to innovate, founding Sosa in 2014. Sosa is based in New York and Tel Aviv and works to support promising new Israeli high-tech companies, helping them partner with investors across the globe.


How Rami Conquered His Challenging Past


Despite Rami’s current success, life hasn’t always been easy for him. When he was eighteen, Beracha joined the IDF and trained to be a paratrooper in the Lebanon War. After the war, he completed his officer training, and in 1983 was part of a rescue team sent to help wounded soldiers in an active land-minefield. There, in one moment, Rami’s life changed. While attempting to help another soldier, he stepped on a landmine and lost his right hand and left leg.


Rami’s time in the hospital was the most challenging of his entire life. Being bedridden caused him to fall into depression. Young Rami’s hopes of continuing his military career turned to dust, and he no longer recognized himself. But one day, something changed, and Rami found the strength to keep going and the drive to create a new future for himself.


Rami’s never-give-up attitude has served him in both business and personal life and helped him overcome unimaginable loss. After rehabilitating, Rami returned to his first passion in life: sports. His love for athletics led Rami to try everything from cycling and snowboarding to hiking up Mount Kilimanjaro. Rami refuses to let being an amputee stop him from leading an active life and continues learning new things and evolving.


 

One of Rami’s favorite sports is kitesurfing. He has become so good at it that in 2010 he traveled to Panama for a kitesurfing and SAP boarding trip. By attaching his prosthetic leg and arm to the surfing equipment and to his body, Rami learned to stand on the surfboard like a pro.


He shared in 2008, “At first I was very angry after getting injured. But over time my anger calmed down and was replaced with acceptance. What encouraged me was the knowledge that no matter what I choose to do in life, because of my disability, it will be harder for me than others, but it will also be more challenging and more interesting. For anyone learning to kitesurf, the moment you manage to stand on the surfboard for the first time is an exciting moment. And when you have no leg and no hand, it’s an even more special moment.”


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Rami Beracha Poised to be a Groundbreaking Israeli Investor in Dubai

With new investment fund, leading Israeli venture capitalist Rami Beracha looks to capitalize on the economic benefits made possible by the “Abraham Accords” and attractive economic conditions in the United Arab Emirates to invest in funds that advance technology in the UAE and around the world.


Rami Beracha, already a successful venture capitalist, is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international venture capital investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.


Since 2018, Beracha has been operating as a private investor in start-up companies after serving as a partner at Pitango Venture Capital for years. According to Pitango, the investment funds that Beracha managed during its operations recorded returns of a three-fold return on investment as well as returns of 20% per year.



Rami Beracha to invest in technology start-ups


He is primed and ready for this new challenge, being in advance talks with UAE banks and financial institutions to open a new fund in this Middle Eastern country. This new investment fund seeks to connect companies and local entrepreneurs to create a global renewal center in the Persian Gulf. This move will position the UAE as a center of excellence, further promoting the country’s position as an “investor state”.


The investment fund hopes to invest in cyber and advanced technology. Investments in this diverse field include targeted investments in advances in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, quantum computing, cloud infrastructure, along with robots, skimmers, sensors, image processing, and much more.








Israeli VC Rami Beracha is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.

Rising above adversity


Beyond his professional life, for several decades, Beracha has been active in supporting a multitude of organizations that support wounded and disabled Israel Defense Forces veterans. He himself was seriously injured as a soldier in the IDF, losing a hand and foot while serving in Lebanon.


Beracha has channeled his experience of adversity to fuel his success in business. During his tenure at Pitango, the largest venture capital fund in Israel, the firm recorded over eighty exits worth about two billion dollars. His history at Pitango included the sale of Convergin to Oracle for $80 million, the $180 million sale of Dion Networks to Broadcom, and the sale of MobileAccess to Corning Incorporated for a reported $180 million.


In 2011, Beracha was awarded the “Esteemed Partner” honor in the annual survey of Globes magazine among entrepreneurs and managers of start-ups in Israel. Today, he serves as chairman of SOSA, a company that provides advanced technological solutions and innovative models located in the global high-tech centers of Tel Aviv and New York City.


UAE welcomes Israeli and foreign investors


Beracha’s next endeavor is joining the group of pioneering investors and businesses laying the foundations for close economic ties between Israel and the UAE, primarily in the “Desert Jewel” city of Dubai. This city of tall towers, luxury shopping and popular sporting events like Formula 1 is well oiled and primed for investing.


Dubai is not only attracting Israeli investments but investors globally due to its favorable conditions for foreign investors. The UAE has implemented a law that allows 100% foreign ownership of companies located in the country. It also allows the issuance of a ten-year residence visa to foreign investors in the country.


The UAE’s GDP has risen by about 45% in the last decade according to the World Bank.  The government has introduced attractive taxation rates, including a provision enabling investors outside the country to enjoy full tax exemption on profits and investments.


The UAE has adopted policies of bureaucratic relief as well. All these steps have proven to be exceptionally appealing. The UAE climbed to 11th in the world on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report in 2019. The report ranked the country first in the Mediterranean region. The nation offers an unparalleled investment playground for a venture capitalist like Rama Beracha.


Beracha fueled by past success


The “Abraham Accords” between the UAE and Israel have also introduced new and plentiful economic options for Israeli investors. Beracha and other Israeli investment pioneers are poised to enter an investment market that attracts global investments, a market that is constantly growing.


Beracha has signaled his intent to target investments in the field of advanced technology, a world in which he is already well acquainted. Many of his past accomplishments as a VC investor were in the field of high-tech communications.


Beracha came to the field of investment and business via a study of law. He studied in Tel Aviv and New York, receiving a master’s in business administration from INSEAD University in France. His work across Wall Street and the foundational levels of business have elevated him to leadership roles over the past 20 plus years. Rami Beracha has proven in his personal and business life that he is undaunted by a challenge.


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Rami Beracha Poised to be a Groundbreaking Israeli Investor in Dubai

With new investment fund, leading Israeli venture capitalist Rami Beracha looks to capitalize on the economic benefits made possible by the “Abraham Accords” and attractive economic conditions in the United Arab Emirates to invest in funds that advance technology in the UAE and around the world.


Rami Beracha, already a successful venture capitalist, is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international venture capital investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.


Since 2018, Beracha has been operating as a private investor in start-up companies after serving as a partner at Pitango Venture Capital for years. According to Pitango, the investment funds that Beracha managed during its operations recorded returns of a three-fold return on investment as well as returns of 20% per year.



Rami Beracha to invest in technology start-ups


He is primed and ready for this new challenge, being in advance talks with UAE banks and financial institutions to open a new fund in this Middle Eastern country. This new investment fund seeks to connect companies and local entrepreneurs to create a global renewal center in the Persian Gulf. This move will position the UAE as a center of excellence, further promoting the country’s position as an “investor state”.


The investment fund hopes to invest in cyber and advanced technology. Investments in this diverse field include targeted investments in advances in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, quantum computing, cloud infrastructure, along with robots, skimmers, sensors, image processing, and much more.








Israeli VC Rami Beracha is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.

Rising above adversity


Beyond his professional life, for several decades, Beracha has been active in supporting a multitude of organizations that support wounded and disabled Israel Defense Forces veterans. He himself was seriously injured as a soldier in the IDF, losing a hand and foot while serving in Lebanon.


Beracha has channeled his experience of adversity to fuel his success in business. During his tenure at Pitango, the largest venture capital fund in Israel, the firm recorded over eighty exits worth about two billion dollars. His history at Pitango included the sale of Convergin to Oracle for $80 million, the $180 million sale of Dion Networks to Broadcom, and the sale of MobileAccess to Corning Incorporated for a reported $180 million.


In 2011, Beracha was awarded the “Esteemed Partner” honor in the annual survey of Globes magazine among entrepreneurs and managers of start-ups in Israel. Today, he serves as chairman of SOSA, a company that provides advanced technological solutions and innovative models located in the global high-tech centers of Tel Aviv and New York City.


UAE welcomes Israeli and foreign investors


Beracha’s next endeavor is joining the group of pioneering investors and businesses laying the foundations for close economic ties between Israel and the UAE, primarily in the “Desert Jewel” city of Dubai. This city of tall towers, luxury shopping and popular sporting events like Formula 1 is well oiled and primed for investing.


Dubai is not only attracting Israeli investments but investors globally due to its favorable conditions for foreign investors. The UAE has implemented a law that allows 100% foreign ownership of companies located in the country. It also allows the issuance of a ten-year residence visa to foreign investors in the country.


The UAE’s GDP has risen by about 45% in the last decade according to the World Bank.  The government has introduced attractive taxation rates, including a provision enabling investors outside the country to enjoy full tax exemption on profits and investments.


The UAE has adopted policies of bureaucratic relief as well. All these steps have proven to be exceptionally appealing. The UAE climbed to 11th in the world on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report in 2019. The report ranked the country first in the Mediterranean region. The nation offers an unparalleled investment playground for a venture capitalist like Rama Beracha.


Beracha fueled by past success


The “Abraham Accords” between the UAE and Israel have also introduced new and plentiful economic options for Israeli investors. Beracha and other Israeli investment pioneers are poised to enter an investment market that attracts global investments, a market that is constantly growing.


Beracha has signaled his intent to target investments in the field of advanced technology, a world in which he is already well acquainted. Many of his past accomplishments as a VC investor were in the field of high-tech communications.


Beracha came to the field of investment and business via a study of law. He studied in Tel Aviv and New York, receiving a master’s in business administration from INSEAD University in France. His work across Wall Street and the foundational levels of business have elevated him to leadership roles over the past 20 plus years. Rami Beracha has proven in his personal and business life that he is undaunted by a challenge.


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Rami Beracha Shares That Although Covid-19 Has Wrought Havoc on the Economy, It’s Also Created Many Business Opportunities

Rami Beracha believes that although the last two years since the Coronavirus hit have been economically challenging, many business opportunities are to be found. Beracha recommends searching for endeavors in the digital world that will thrive as long as Covid lasts and survive after it dies down. Beracha has heeded his own advice and proceeded with two promising business ventures despite the ever-changing Covid-19 economy.


Beracha’s life has taught him to exploit crises and find opportunities in the darkest of times. He’s not afraid of challenges and believes that this period is full of enterprises worth taking advantage of. According to Rami, any crisis is a chance for a new beginning; he sees the Covid as a psychological crisis that has paralyzed many.


After years of promoting the Israeli high-tech industry, Rami was ready to go global. So, along with his business partners, he founded Eden Block, a new venture capital investment fund based in the West End in London. Eden Block focuses on supporting Blockchain technology and Crypto network startup companies. The fund’s vision is to push the world forward into the digital age by finding and investing in innovative and revolutionary blockchain start-ups.


Aside from London, Beracha has other international plans and has expressed great interest in starting a venture capital fund in Dubai. Ever since Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed the Abraham Accords, Rami has been excited to invest in the Middle Eastern market. He plans to call his Dubai-based fund Ender Ventures. His mission will be to connect Israeli and European investors with United Arab Emirates high-tech companies that specialize in VR, robotics, AI, and more.


Rami shares- “I see a great opportunity in forging a connection with the Arab world, and this has strengthened following the peace agreement with the Emirates. The accumulated experience of Israeli high-tech can accelerate the development of innovation in the Emirates. The UAE has a unique outlook on business. It will most likely draw many companies to its doors in the next few years due to low business tax and very business-friendly legislation.”


Rami Beracha Shares His Secret to Success


According to Rami, when choosing a dream to pursue, one should take time and make sure it’s right before making drastic moves. It’s crucial to be genuinely passionate about your plans and believe in yourself. Otherwise, you won’t succeed. Never go forward with a venture you don’t believe in, and don’t be afraid to make changes even after you’ve begun. It is always wiser to change things early on than invest time and money in something you aren’t happy with.


Beracha developed his unique outlook from experience. After his time in the army, he got his degree in law. But after working in a Wall Street law firm for a short while, Rami realized that it wasn’t for him and changed gears completely. He then discovered his love for business and decided to take the plunge, leaving New York for France, where he completed his MBA.


Soon after graduation, Beracha began a successful career at Pitango, Israel’s largest venture capital fund. In just a few years, he was named managing partner and led the fund in investing in over 200 up-and-coming Israeli high-tech startups. Rami aided many of these startups in making successful exits to some of the world’s biggest companies like Marvel, Microsoft, Broadcom, and Apple.


Since then, Beracha has continued to innovate, founding Sosa in 2014. Sosa is based in New York and Tel Aviv and works to support promising new Israeli high-tech companies, helping them partner with investors across the globe.


How Rami Conquered His Challenging Past


Despite Rami’s current success, life hasn’t always been easy for him. When he was eighteen, Beracha joined the IDF and trained to be a paratrooper in the Lebanon War. After the war, he completed his officer training, and in 1983 was part of a rescue team sent to help wounded soldiers in an active land-minefield. There, in one moment, Rami’s life changed. While attempting to help another soldier, he stepped on a landmine and lost his right hand and left leg.


Rami’s time in the hospital was the most challenging of his entire life. Being bedridden caused him to fall into depression. Young Rami’s hopes of continuing his military career turned to dust, and he no longer recognized himself. But one day, something changed, and Rami found the strength to keep going and the drive to create a new future for himself.


Rami’s never-give-up attitude has served him in both business and personal life and helped him overcome unimaginable loss. After rehabilitating, Rami returned to his first passion in life: sports. His love for athletics led Rami to try everything from cycling and snowboarding to hiking up Mount Kilimanjaro. Rami refuses to let being an amputee stop him from leading an active life and continues learning new things and evolving.


 

One of Rami’s favorite sports is kitesurfing. He has become so good at it that in 2010 he traveled to Panama for a kitesurfing and SAP boarding trip. By attaching his prosthetic leg and arm to the surfing equipment and to his body, Rami learned to stand on the surfboard like a pro.


He shared in 2008, “At first I was very angry after getting injured. But over time my anger calmed down and was replaced with acceptance. What encouraged me was the knowledge that no matter what I choose to do in life, because of my disability, it will be harder for me than others, but it will also be more challenging and more interesting. For anyone learning to kitesurf, the moment you manage to stand on the surfboard for the first time is an exciting moment. And when you have no leg and no hand, it’s an even more special moment.”


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RAMI BERACHA HAILED FOR HIS HIGH-TECH INVESTMENTS

Rami Beracha is one of Israel’s most famous high-tech investors and it is no surprise that Cardumen Capital has included him on its 2020 Israel Funding Ecosystem Map of “angels,” meaning people who invest in technology.


Cardumen Capital is a European venture capital firm that mainly invests in high-tech markets.


That is an item that the businessman Rami Beracha also has on his impressive resume.


In 1996, he joined Israel’s largest venture capital fund, Pitango Venture, where he became a managing partner four years later.


During his employment at Pitango Venture, Rami Beracha invested in numerous high-tech firms, focusing on investments in the early stages of companies whose visions were to make considerable changes in future fields.


Fourteen years after he joined Pitango Venture, Rami Beracha took the leap and founded his own company, Sosa, with Goni Sacks and Barak Pridor in Tel Aviv, Israel.


At Sosa, he serves as chairman of the board of directors and uses his extensive knowledge about the high-tech world to create links between international companies and Israeli start-ups that can benefit from each other and share experiences.


Rami Beracha’s Military Injuries


Before Rami Beracha started his endeavors in the business world, he played for Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Israeli national tennis league.


In 1980, he was recruited to the Israeli army, Israel Defense Forces (IDF), where he served in the Paratroopers Brigade infantry unit.


When Israel was at war with Lebanon two years after Rami Beracha’s recruitment, he found himself fighting on the battlefield, and he completed an officer’s course with honors afterward. Because of that, he could return to his unit as a platoon commander.


In 1983, when the war between Israel and neighboring Lebanon was at its height, Rami Beracha was stationed in the Chouf Mountains in Lebanon.


Soldiers from his unit were wounded in a minefield, and he and Captain Sharon Davidovitch were sent to their rescue.


During the operation, Rami Beracha stepped on a mine and lost his right hand and left foot while his left hand was severely wounded.


It took a long time for him to recover, but when he did, he joined an elite unit in the reserve army, which he still serves today.


Nothing Stops Rami Beracha


The army injuries turned out to prove that nothing could stop Rami Beracha’s adventurous spirit. Even with just one hand and one foot, he continued playing tennis and also cycled, kite-surfed and snowboarded.


After serving in the army, Rami Beracha completed a Bachelor of Laws at Tel Aviv University. Later, he acquired a Master of Laws from Fordham University in New York City and started working as a lawyer for the international law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson on Wall Street.


In addition, Rami Beracha finished an MBA at the private university INSEAD in France in 1996.


Rami Beracha is married to Tami Melchin with whom he has four kids; Nadav, who is currently serving in the Paratroopers Brigade, Eli and Michaela, who are twins, and Roy.


Serving as a Role Model



Rami Beracha received the rank of major in 2018. Photo: Rami Beracha’s Facebook


In 2018, Rami Beracha received the rank of major of the Division of the Fire Brigade and the Paratroopers Brigade.


A year later, he accompanied a group of soldiers, who had been injured during their army service, to the Himalayas, where he served as a mentor and role model.


“Rami guided me, let me find out and explained to me what he has experiences and gone through. Throughout the journey, he grabbed me by my hand, climbed rocks, and descended mountains. This man is simply inspirational, he has given me strength,” Shmuel Mordechai told Israel National News after the trip.


Rami Beracha also guides the technology start-up 6Degrees in helping people with upper-limb deficiency to use smart devices.


6Degrees was established by Ziv Shilon and Aryeh Katz, who were also severely injured in the army, along with industrial designer Miri Berger.


The company has developed a gadget that the user places on his upper arm, enabling the wounded person to control the small machine with accuracy within a few minutes.


The goal of 6Degress is to make people, who were either born with disabilities or got them later in life, feel normal and help them complete everyday tasks.


In 2019, Rami Beracha and Ziv Shilon received medals of honor from the United States Secretary of Veteran Affairs, Robert Wilkie, to show the strong ties between the two countries.


Robert Wilkie was in Israel on behalf of Donald Trump to attend a September 11 memorial ceremony at a Jerusalem monument with the names of the 2,996 victims.


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Rami Beracha Shares That Although Covid-19 Has Wrought Havoc on the Economy, It’s Also Created Many Business Opportunities

Rami Beracha believes that although the last two years since the Coronavirus hit have been economically challenging, many business opportunities are to be found. Beracha recommends searching for endeavors in the digital world that will thrive as long as Covid lasts and survive after it dies down. Beracha has heeded his own advice and proceeded with two promising business ventures despite the ever-changing Covid-19 economy.


Beracha’s life has taught him to exploit crises and find opportunities in the darkest of times. He’s not afraid of challenges and believes that this period is full of enterprises worth taking advantage of. According to Rami, any crisis is a chance for a new beginning; he sees the Covid as a psychological crisis that has paralyzed many.


After years of promoting the Israeli high-tech industry, Rami was ready to go global. So, along with his business partners, he founded Eden Block, a new venture capital investment fund based in the West End in London. Eden Block focuses on supporting Blockchain technology and Crypto network startup companies. The fund’s vision is to push the world forward into the digital age by finding and investing in innovative and revolutionary blockchain start-ups.


Aside from London, Beracha has other international plans and has expressed great interest in starting a venture capital fund in Dubai. Ever since Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed the Abraham Accords, Rami has been excited to invest in the Middle Eastern market. He plans to call his Dubai-based fund Ender Ventures. His mission will be to connect Israeli and European investors with United Arab Emirates high-tech companies that specialize in VR, robotics, AI, and more.


Rami shares- “I see a great opportunity in forging a connection with the Arab world, and this has strengthened following the peace agreement with the Emirates. The accumulated experience of Israeli high-tech can accelerate the development of innovation in the Emirates. The UAE has a unique outlook on business. It will most likely draw many companies to its doors in the next few years due to low business tax and very business-friendly legislation.”


Rami Beracha Shares His Secret to Success


According to Rami, when choosing a dream to pursue, one should take time and make sure it’s right before making drastic moves. It’s crucial to be genuinely passionate about your plans and believe in yourself. Otherwise, you won’t succeed. Never go forward with a venture you don’t believe in, and don’t be afraid to make changes even after you’ve begun. It is always wiser to change things early on than invest time and money in something you aren’t happy with.


Beracha developed his unique outlook from experience. After his time in the army, he got his degree in law. But after working in a Wall Street law firm for a short while, Rami realized that it wasn’t for him and changed gears completely. He then discovered his love for business and decided to take the plunge, leaving New York for France, where he completed his MBA.


Soon after graduation, Beracha began a successful career at Pitango, Israel’s largest venture capital fund. In just a few years, he was named managing partner and led the fund in investing in over 200 up-and-coming Israeli high-tech startups. Rami aided many of these startups in making successful exits to some of the world’s biggest companies like Marvel, Microsoft, Broadcom, and Apple.


Since then, Beracha has continued to innovate, founding Sosa in 2014. Sosa is based in New York and Tel Aviv and works to support promising new Israeli high-tech companies, helping them partner with investors across the globe.


How Rami Conquered His Challenging Past


Despite Rami’s current success, life hasn’t always been easy for him. When he was eighteen, Beracha joined the IDF and trained to be a paratrooper in the Lebanon War. After the war, he completed his officer training, and in 1983 was part of a rescue team sent to help wounded soldiers in an active land-minefield. There, in one moment, Rami’s life changed. While attempting to help another soldier, he stepped on a landmine and lost his right hand and left leg.


Rami’s time in the hospital was the most challenging of his entire life. Being bedridden caused him to fall into depression. Young Rami’s hopes of continuing his military career turned to dust, and he no longer recognized himself. But one day, something changed, and Rami found the strength to keep going and the drive to create a new future for himself.


Rami’s never-give-up attitude has served him in both business and personal life and helped him overcome unimaginable loss. After rehabilitating, Rami returned to his first passion in life: sports. His love for athletics led Rami to try everything from cycling and snowboarding to hiking up Mount Kilimanjaro. Rami refuses to let being an amputee stop him from leading an active life and continues learning new things and evolving.


 

One of Rami’s favorite sports is kitesurfing. He has become so good at it that in 2010 he traveled to Panama for a kitesurfing and SAP boarding trip. By attaching his prosthetic leg and arm to the surfing equipment and to his body, Rami learned to stand on the surfboard like a pro.


He shared in 2008, “At first I was very angry after getting injured. But over time my anger calmed down and was replaced with acceptance. What encouraged me was the knowledge that no matter what I choose to do in life, because of my disability, it will be harder for me than others, but it will also be more challenging and more interesting. For anyone learning to kitesurf, the moment you manage to stand on the surfboard for the first time is an exciting moment. And when you have no leg and no hand, it’s an even more special moment.”


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Rami Beracha is one of Israel’s most famous high-tech investors and it is no surprise that Cardumen Capital has included him on its 2020 Israel Funding Ecosystem Map of “angels,” meaning people who invest in technology.


Cardumen Capital is a European venture capital firm that mainly invests in high-tech markets.


That is an item that the businessman Rami Beracha also has on his impressive resume.


In 1996, he joined Israel’s largest venture capital fund, Pitango Venture, where he became a managing partner four years later.


During his employment at Pitango Venture, Rami Beracha invested in numerous high-tech firms, focusing on investments in the early stages of companies whose visions were to make considerable changes in future fields.


Fourteen years after he joined Pitango Venture, Rami Beracha took the leap and founded his own company, Sosa, with Goni Sacks and Barak Pridor in Tel Aviv, Israel.


At Sosa, he serves as chairman of the board of directors and uses his extensive knowledge about the high-tech world to create links between international companies and Israeli start-ups that can benefit from each other and share experiences.


Rami Beracha’s Military Injuries


Before Rami Beracha started his endeavors in the business world, he played for Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Israeli national tennis league.


In 1980, he was recruited to the Israeli army, Israel Defense Forces (IDF), where he served in the Paratroopers Brigade infantry unit.


When Israel was at war with Lebanon two years after Rami Beracha’s recruitment, he found himself fighting on the battlefield, and he completed an officer’s course with honors afterward. Because of that, he could return to his unit as a platoon commander.


In 1983, when the war between Israel and neighboring Lebanon was at its height, Rami Beracha was stationed in the Chouf Mountains in Lebanon.


Soldiers from his unit were wounded in a minefield, and he and Captain Sharon Davidovitch were sent to their rescue.


During the operation, Rami Beracha stepped on a mine and lost his right hand and left foot while his left hand was severely wounded.


It took a long time for him to recover, but when he did, he joined an elite unit in the reserve army, which he still serves today.


Nothing Stops Rami Beracha


The army injuries turned out to prove that nothing could stop Rami Beracha’s adventurous spirit. Even with just one hand and one foot, he continued playing tennis and also cycled, kite-surfed and snowboarded.


After serving in the army, Rami Beracha completed a Bachelor of Laws at Tel Aviv University. Later, he acquired a Master of Laws from Fordham University in New York City and started working as a lawyer for the international law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson on Wall Street.


In addition, Rami Beracha finished an MBA at the private university INSEAD in France in 1996.


Rami Beracha is married to Tami Melchin with whom he has four kids; Nadav, who is currently serving in the Paratroopers Brigade, Eli and Michaela, who are twins, and Roy.


Serving as a Role Model



Rami Beracha received the rank of major in 2018. Photo: Rami Beracha’s Facebook


In 2018, Rami Beracha received the rank of major of the Division of the Fire Brigade and the Paratroopers Brigade.


A year later, he accompanied a group of soldiers, who had been injured during their army service, to the Himalayas, where he served as a mentor and role model.


“Rami guided me, let me find out and explained to me what he has experiences and gone through. Throughout the journey, he grabbed me by my hand, climbed rocks, and descended mountains. This man is simply inspirational, he has given me strength,” Shmuel Mordechai told Israel National News after the trip.


Rami Beracha also guides the technology start-up 6Degrees in helping people with upper-limb deficiency to use smart devices.


6Degrees was established by Ziv Shilon and Aryeh Katz, who were also severely injured in the army, along with industrial designer Miri Berger.


The company has developed a gadget that the user places on his upper arm, enabling the wounded person to control the small machine with accuracy within a few minutes.


The goal of 6Degress is to make people, who were either born with disabilities or got them later in life, feel normal and help them complete everyday tasks.


In 2019, Rami Beracha and Ziv Shilon received medals of honor from the United States Secretary of Veteran Affairs, Robert Wilkie, to show the strong ties between the two countries.


Robert Wilkie was in Israel on behalf of Donald Trump to attend a September 11 memorial ceremony at a Jerusalem monument with the names of the 2,996 victims.


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Rami Beracha Poised to be a Groundbreaking Israeli Investor in Dubai

With new investment fund, leading Israeli venture capitalist Rami Beracha looks to capitalize on the economic benefits made possible by the “Abraham Accords” and attractive economic conditions in the United Arab Emirates to invest in funds that advance technology in the UAE and around the world.


Rami Beracha, already a successful venture capitalist, is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international venture capital investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.


Since 2018, Beracha has been operating as a private investor in start-up companies after serving as a partner at Pitango Venture Capital for years. According to Pitango, the investment funds that Beracha managed during its operations recorded returns of a three-fold return on investment as well as returns of 20% per year.



Rami Beracha to invest in technology start-ups


He is primed and ready for this new challenge, being in advance talks with UAE banks and financial institutions to open a new fund in this Middle Eastern country. This new investment fund seeks to connect companies and local entrepreneurs to create a global renewal center in the Persian Gulf. This move will position the UAE as a center of excellence, further promoting the country’s position as an “investor state”.


The investment fund hopes to invest in cyber and advanced technology. Investments in this diverse field include targeted investments in advances in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, quantum computing, cloud infrastructure, along with robots, skimmers, sensors, image processing, and much more.








Israeli VC Rami Beracha is reported to be initiating and establishing a new international investment fund in the United Arab Emirates called Ender Ventures.

Rising above adversity


Beyond his professional life, for several decades, Beracha has been active in supporting a multitude of organizations that support wounded and disabled Israel Defense Forces veterans. He himself was seriously injured as a soldier in the IDF, losing a hand and foot while serving in Lebanon.


Beracha has channeled his experience of adversity to fuel his success in business. During his tenure at Pitango, the largest venture capital fund in Israel, the firm recorded over eighty exits worth about two billion dollars. His history at Pitango included the sale of Convergin to Oracle for $80 million, the $180 million sale of Dion Networks to Broadcom, and the sale of MobileAccess to Corning Incorporated for a reported $180 million.


In 2011, Beracha was awarded the “Esteemed Partner” honor in the annual survey of Globes magazine among entrepreneurs and managers of start-ups in Israel. Today, he serves as chairman of SOSA, a company that provides advanced technological solutions and innovative models located in the global high-tech centers of Tel Aviv and New York City.


UAE welcomes Israeli and foreign investors


Beracha’s next endeavor is joining the group of pioneering investors and businesses laying the foundations for close economic ties between Israel and the UAE, primarily in the “Desert Jewel” city of Dubai. This city of tall towers, luxury shopping and popular sporting events like Formula 1 is well oiled and primed for investing.


Dubai is not only attracting Israeli investments but investors globally due to its favorable conditions for foreign investors. The UAE has implemented a law that allows 100% foreign ownership of companies located in the country. It also allows the issuance of a ten-year residence visa to foreign investors in the country.


The UAE’s GDP has risen by about 45% in the last decade according to the World Bank.  The government has introduced attractive taxation rates, including a provision enabling investors outside the country to enjoy full tax exemption on profits and investments.


The UAE has adopted policies of bureaucratic relief as well. All these steps have proven to be exceptionally appealing. The UAE climbed to 11th in the world on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report in 2019. The report ranked the country first in the Mediterranean region. The nation offers an unparalleled investment playground for a venture capitalist like Rama Beracha.


Beracha fueled by past success


The “Abraham Accords” between the UAE and Israel have also introduced new and plentiful economic options for Israeli investors. Beracha and other Israeli investment pioneers are poised to enter an investment market that attracts global investments, a market that is constantly growing.


Beracha has signaled his intent to target investments in the field of advanced technology, a world in which he is already well acquainted. Many of his past accomplishments as a VC investor were in the field of high-tech communications.


Beracha came to the field of investment and business via a study of law. He studied in Tel Aviv and New York, receiving a master’s in business administration from INSEAD University in France. His work across Wall Street and the foundational levels of business have elevated him to leadership roles over the past 20 plus years. Rami Beracha has proven in his personal and business life that he is undaunted by a challenge.


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Farnoush Farsiar discusses how women business leaders are facing the challenges

In the last few decades, women have made huge leaps in leadership. However, Farnoush Farsiar is an acknowledged as a leader in wealth and financial management. She claims that women confront unique challenges that aren’t faced by their male counterparts.

They are often overlooked and have to be twice as dedicated to succeed in a world that is dominated by men. They also must keep a balance between family and work.

This can be difficult as both roles demand a lot of energy and time.

Women can overcome any challenge they face in the business world with the proper tools.

Women in management and senior roles are still an underrepresented group
Female business leaders often face unique challenges that male counterparts do not.

Farnoush Farsiar One of the challenges is that you are a minority in the room.

Women make up a large portion of workers, but men still outnumber them in managerial and executive posts.

This can sometimes make women feel less valued and respected as a member of a team. Discrimination based on gender or harassment against women in business can also occur.

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These challenges could create a sense of fear or anxiety which makes it difficult for women to complete their job effectively.

Farnoush stated that women business leaders made huge progress in the past few years despite the challenges. They have proven that they have the capability of being successful in all fields.

Farnoush Farsiar identifies gender equality as the most pressing challenge facing women.
Equality is one of the biggest challenges for female business managers. Equal rights are crucial for every business.

It’s more difficult for women CEOs to succeed.

Women CEOs are at greatest risk when their companies are expanding.

Managers who aren’t in a position to assert equality may have a difficult time being open about the challenges they have to face.

This could create hostile working environments for female employees. This can cause them to have a difficult time to advance in their career.

Farnoush Farsiar explains how this can ultimately lead to a lack of diversity in the top positions.

The final result: A negative impact on the bottom line

The absence of support and mentorship for women entrepreneurs
Access to networks that are established is another challenge for women who are leaders.

Farnoush points out that males have always been able to access strong “boys clubs” of business associates.

These tendencies are particularly evident within the financial and wealth management sectors that are dominated by males.

This is the reason why men have also appreciated having connections that can help them advance their careers.

Farnoush Farsiar It’s difficult for women to join these kinds of groups because they’re not considered to be serious by male colleagues.

Therefore, women working in the business might not be supported and guidance, as well as their efforts may be disregarded.

However, with the rise of social media as well as other networking platforms, women can now develop powerful networks and build support systems.

Farnoush Farsiar This will enable them to overcome the hurdles caused by lack of access.

Women working in the business world are viewed as more emotional
Farnoush Farsiar stated that many people think women are less capable at running a company than men.

This may be partly due to the fact that women are perceived as emotional. This could make them less rationaland volatile and therefore more “aggressive.”

Farnoush Farsiar said, “Women being less emotionally expressive typically make men feel threatened and even attacked when women manage them.”

It could also result in women being seen as less competent or skilled as men.

Farnoush Farsiar This can be addressed by women becoming aware of what they perceive. https://twitter.com/brexitcentral/status/1151733390485467136 Women should be clear, confident, and clear in expressing their ideas.

Companies have a crucial role in improving perceptions.

In addition, they must try to create a space in which everyone feels valued and heard.

They can alter the perception of women in the workplace and in leadership through this.

They can also show that they are just as capable as anyone else. Farnoush Farsiar Girls’ leadership programs can help improve these capabilities.

Women leaders must also keep a balance between their professional and personal lives.

Farnoush Farsiar notes that women remain the main beneficiaries of the home-based work that is not paid.

This can be difficult to manage when they also work in highly demanding positions.

Additionally many women feel pressured to excel throughout their lives. To deal with this can be difficult.

Women leaders should remember that it’s okay to not have everything together all the time.

You may also seek help if you need assistance.

Employers need to create an environment that lets employees find balance in their work-life.

Flexible hours, telecommuting and parental leave policies can be all provided.

Farnoush Farsiar discusses potential solutions for the challenges faced by women in business
Farnoush believes there’s an opportunity to help women leaders overcome the various challenges they face.

Some solutions are:

Leadership programs for women: Farnoush insists leadership programs are crucial for women. They can assist women in developing the confidence and abilities needed to succeed in leadership positions.
Learn how to effectively communicate with Women who lead often suffer from problems with communication because of the belief that they are more emotional than their male counterparts. It is essential to them to understand how to convey their ideas clear and confidently, in order to eliminate the perception.
Working alongside HR to influence policy: Women can collaborate with the HR team to develop inclusive policies for both men and women. This could help make the workplace more equal and equitable for all employees.
It is well-known that female have unique challenges to overcome than the male counterparts.

The positive aspect is that the challenges women leaders struggle with are solvable with the right techniques and tools.

Women leaders can be successful by being aware of and finding solutions to the problems they confront.

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Federico Gutierrez, winner of the Team for Colombia consultation and candidate?

Federico Gutierrez managed to reach the official candidacy of the center-right, with over 1.7 million votes. The ex-mayor of Medellin, won Barguil, Char Penalosa, Barguil as well as the tab for los Cristianos, Aydee Lizarazo.

Fico Gutierrez was born in Medellin in 1974. https://www.indiegogo.com/individuals/29399726/ is an ex-mayor. As Fico Gutierrez was a Municipal Youth Councilor as well as the Municipal Planning Councilor of Medellin from 2003. Fico Gutierrez is a civil Engineer by profession at the University of Medellin and from that same institution he has the degree of a Specialist in Senior Management and another in Political Science from the Pontifical Bolivarian University.

Federico Gutierrez has been a consultant at HGI Consultores and Resident Engineer at Company Vifasa S.A. https://kwafoo.coe.neu.edu:7788/git/fico.gutierrezzzcf430 and construction industry, however was not his primary goal. In private, he defends and says that his family is the most important thing. He is married to a woman , and has two children.

Fico Gutierrez supported Sergio Fajardo as mayor and Alonso Salazar later in his councilman career. He was able to reach the Mayor’s Office of Medellin by 2015, and this changed his goal. Like all mayors facing the Hidroituango projects they were affected by corruption. Daniel Coronell published an investigation that concluded that he was accused of corruption and kept his money at tax havens.

https://splice.com/fico-gutierrezhdth487 has actually confronted former mayors that he supported and stated recently that “I am in solidarity avec those who are in this report, because I don’t believe that anyone can make such a decision to let a tunnel fall and everyone is in solidarity, and what some sectors do, is an attack by political strategy.”

A new presidential race

The so-called Experience alliance was established in the fall of 2021. It was later changed to Team for Colombia. As a Center-right coalition, Federico Gutierrez won the candidacy and is now supported of people like Paola Holguin, a congressman from the Democratic Center, who in 2022 tried to obtain a new seat.

He has also claimed that his model of administration comes from public management for the people at numerous times and that politics is a profession. Gustavo Petro came in second however Fico was the highest percentage voter. He will be Antioquia’s representative from the right.