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"Shai Weiss is a Partner of Virgin Green Fund (VGF) and a member of its Investment Committee. Prior to founding VGF, Shai was with ntl:Telewest (now known as Virgin Media), the UK and Europe’s largest cable operator where he was part of the turn-around of ntl with the stock increasing fivefold in 2003. Shai was also behind the recent merger between Virgin Mobile UK and ntl:Telewest and the re-brand to Virgin Media. The Virgin Group is now its largest shareholder. At ntl Shai was Managing Director of Consumer Products, responsible for the development and delivery of internet, telephone and TV for the consumer division and for the Virgin.net broadband ISP and also the Integration Director for the merger between ntl and Telewest. Shai’s other positions with ntl include Director of Operations for the ntl Group where he was responsible for major operational and business development projects, joint ventures, and relationships with strategic partners, as well as Director of Financial Planning for the consumer division. Prior to ntl, Shai set up the European office of Jerusalem Venture Partners, an early stage technology venture fund, and was a senior associate with Morgan Stanley’s hi-tech mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance team." 
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- Board, GreenRoad, accessed November 28, 2011.