Kobi Rozengarten

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Kobi serves as a board member of Jerusalem Venture Partners’s "portfolio companies including Altair, Infinite Memories, Kovio and XtremIO. Previously, Kobi served as a member of the Board of Directors of Saifun, a leading provider of IP solutions for the non-volatile memory market. Kobi served as a board member of Dune Networks, a JVP portfolio company, which was sold to Broadcom in November ’09 for $200M.

"In his earlier position as COO and then as President of Saifun, then a publicly listed company on NASDAQ, Kobi was responsible for forming and executing the company’s business strategy, spearheading the company’s evolution from a start-up into a dominant, market leading, global IP company. Prior to joining Saifun, Kobi served for over a decade as Managing Director, Director of Operations and VP of Business Development at Kulicke and Soffa Industries, a leading supplier of equipment for the semiconductor industry. Kobi also served as Manager of Financial Planning and Control at Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESLT), a global Israeli defense electronics supplier. Kobi holds a M.Sc. in Industrial Management and a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the Technion - The Israel Institute of Technology."[1]

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  1. Team, Jerusalem Venture Partners, accessed November 29, 2011.