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Ouriel Ohayon

Ouriel Ohayon

Ouriel Ohayon is turning the idea of a foreign correspondent on its head – he writes for TechCrunch France, but lives in Israel. After selling his company, since May 2006 he has been General Manager of LightSpeed Gemini Internet Lab – a joint venture dedicated to seeding investments in Israeli internet start ups.

Ohayon has held a range of tech-related positions, including Regional Business Director Europe/Asia at AOL/ICQ He is also one of the founding members of Idrink- a gathering for people involved in the internet industry in Israel.

Check out his Netvibes page here.

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