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Yair Safrai is an experienced veteran of Israel’s high tech and venture capital industries. He has held various board positions in several high-tech companies and investment funds, inter alia as chairman of Inneractive Ltd., prior to its acquisition by Fyber. In the mid-1990’s, Yair co-founded Concord Ventures, served as VP of the Nitzanim Venture Fund, and held key consulting, marketing, and business development positions at IGS Inc. and P.O.C. He holds a B.Sc. in Economics and Management from Tel Aviv University, an MA in International Studies from the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from Wharton Business School.
Franklin Rios has more than 20 years of management, technology, business development, sales and marketing experience in the digital, e-commerce, telecomm and media industries. Prior to joining MediaMath, Franklin was the Executive Vice President in charge of Digital at Entravision Communications, Corp., a multimedia public company. Franklin was the President of the Enterprise Solutions Group at Infogroup, a $500mm data company, and Vice President of Interactive at Vertis Communications, a $1.5b direct marketing services company. Both Infogroup and Vertis were Private Equity turn around assignments. In addition, Franklin ran his own full-service Hispanic advertising agency, Rios Group. He also served as director of sales and sales manager at CSG Systems and Columbine JDS (Harris Broadcasting Systems). Franklin has an EMBA from the University of Denver (DU).
Arjun Metre is a veteran of Intel Corporation, where he has served in various roles over the past 14 years - most recently, as Investment Director leading the media, entertainment and sports technology vertical at Intel Capital. He supported the formation of the OneTeam Collective, where he remains on the Executive Board. Arjun also served as Chief of Staff at Intel Capital, where his responsibilities included transaction management, strategic investments, exits and annual investment allocations. Prior to Intel Capital, Arjun led Media & Entertainment Partnerships at Intel Corporation, responsible for business development, strategic planning and key relationships across the media & entertainment segment. He has extensive startup experience with various media & tech companies and holds a B.S. in Management Science from the University of California at San Diego.
Karim Sehnaoui is currently the General Manager of The Reference Group SARL, a financial advisory firm based in Geneva. Mr Sehnaoui is an investment professional with over 17 years’ experience in private equity, venture capital, corporate finance and project management. He has held several C-Level positions in investment management firms and others, including CEO and CIO positions. Karim has helped launch and/or is an advisor to, several tech start-ups. Since January 2018, he is a board member of Track Group, a security tech company based in the US.
Tarek Malak studied economics at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and started his career at the investment bank Rothschild in Frankfurt am Main and later in London. As a member of Rothschild's M&A team, he advised companies primarily in the area of telecom, media and technology, real estate, retail and consumer goods. Later he moved to the restructuring team at Rothschild, where he advised companies in real estate, travel and leisure industry, as well as trade and consumer goods. Since 2011, Tarek has been with the Tennor Group, first with Sapinda Deutschland GmbH and later with Sapinda International Services B.V. in Berlin and London.
Ziv Elul co-founded Inneractive in 2007 and served as its CEO, expanding the company globally, and achieving profitability, with consecutive 3-digit year-over-year growth. In 2016, Fyber N.V acquired Inneractive and Ziv was appointed as the next CEO of Fyber N.V. Since stepping into his role in July 2017, he has been leading the successful integration of Fyber, Heyzap, and Inneractive into one consolidated entity, under the Fyber brand, with the goal of bringing the best components of each group into one cutting-edge, unified technology platform. Under his leadership, Fyber N.V. reached profitability for the first time as a unified company.
Dani served as Inneractive’s COO & CFO since March 2014, before taking the role of Deputy CEO for Fyber N.V. in July 2017. He brings over 20 years of diverse experience at large and small public and private companies in the software industry, as both COO and CFO. He heads Fyber’s corporate strategic projects team, the integration process of the acquired assets, overseeing the global operations and driving growth and optimization through processes across departments and offices.