AppointmentFlashpoint Venture Capital boosts presence in Israel with appointment of Noam Wolf
Flashpoint Venture Capital boosts presence in Israel with appointment of Noam Wolf
“With Noam stationed as a Partner in Israel, it enables us to strengthen our presence in the region where we have ambitious plans,” said General Partner Alexander Konoplyasty.
Flashpoint Venture Capital, an international investment manager with more than $400 million AUM focused on tech companies originating out of Israel and Europe, has announced that it has appointed Noam Wolf as a Partner at the firm. Wolf will be based in Tel Aviv which reinforces its commitment to growing in Israel despite the ongoing war.
"I am thrilled to join Flashpoint and be a part of its continued growth and success,” said Wolf. “Flashpoint’s focus on Israeli startups has turned it into one of the top early-stage VCs in the country. During these challenging times, we are humbled by the resilience of our Israeli colleagues, which reassures the global tech community of the continuous prosperity of the Israeli tech market. With my addition to the team, Flashpoint is showing full confidence in Israeli startups.”
Wolf joins Flashpoint Venture Capital following his venture as Founder and CEO of MarketMan, an inventory management and supplier automation platform for the restaurant industry. Before that, he was a Sales Manager at Flash Networks and PixelPlay, as well as founder of SayWhat Labs, and co-founder of The Restaurant Network in 2015. He holds a BA in Computer Science and Business Management from the Open University of Israel.
“Over the past eight years, we have been lucky enough to work closely with Noam during his tenure at MarketMan and we’re incredibly excited that he has made the decision to join Flashpoint,” added Alexander Konoplyasty, General Partner at Flashpoint Venture Capital. “His expertise as both a founder and operator adds a fresh perspective to our team and further strengthens our capabilities. With Noam stationed as a Partner in Israel, it enables us to strengthen our presence in the region where we have ambitious plans. We're excited about the future and the valuable insights he brings."
Flashpoint Venture Capital is focused on American and Western European tech companies from Europe and Israel. It manages six venture funds across three products: Venture Capital, Growth Debt, and Direct Secondary. The firm is headquartered in London and has offices in New York, Tel Aviv, Budapest, Warsaw, Riga, and Nicosia.