Managing Partner at Brilliance Ventures, an Israeli based Venture Capital fund, focused on investing in Israeli growth tech companies.
Managing Partner at Tel Aviv Capital (TLVC).
Investor & board member in various tech companies. Recognized industry leader by Forbes 30-Under-30.
Partner at Brilliance Ventures
and Tel Aviv Capital (TLVC).
An entrepreneur with over 14 years of company management and CEO experience.
Ron has founded Teenk and made a major exit in 2011 after it was acquired by Publicis exec.
Before Brilliance Ventures, Qian has worked in several venture capital firms across different regions in London, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Beijing.
Qian holds LL.M degree in Banking Law and Financial Regulation from London School of Economics, and bachelor degree in International Law minor in Economics from China University of Political Science and Law.
Shany is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Brilliance Ventures.
Prior to joining Brilliance Ventures, Shany worked in the diamond industry, focusing on the Far East markets, and providing private investors in China and Europe with the highest quality and rarest diamond investments (with closed deals of up to $5 million per investment).
Shany left the diamond industry in 2018 in order to focus on high-quality investments in premier Israeli start-ups.
Guy is the General Counsel of Brilliance Ventures. Guy has vast experience in advising leading Israeli and international companies as well as start-ups and investors in the technology sector.
Prior to working at Brilliance Ventures, Ben worked as an investment banking associate at a Toronto based investment bank. In addition to his work in capital markets, Ben has ample research experience working on projects in the Senate of the Republic of Mexico, as well as for his University of Toronto professors.
Idan is an associate at Brilliance ventures. Prior to joining brilliance ventures, Idan worked at Tel Aviv Capital.An investment banking which raised hundreds of millions for her portfolio's companies. Idan took part in most of them. At the same time, Idan was the business development manager at Tel Aviv Capital's subsidiary, called MAICO, which accompany companies through the process of the ICO.