Eynat Guez

7 stories about Eynat Guez
עינת גז מנכ"לית פאפאיה גלובל פאפיה גלובל

Israeli entrepreneur Eynat Guez to speak at World Fintech Show in Saudi Arabia

26.09.23|Meir Orbach
The Co-Founder and CEO of Israeli unicorn Papaya Global is the first Israeli woman entrepreneur to be invited to speak at a tech event in the Kingdom
 מימין דובי פרנסס ו עינת גז

Papaya Global CEO Eynat Guez issues defamation warning to investor Dovi Frances

31.07.23|Meir Orbach
Guez is demanding a public apology and clarification from Frances for his claims that she endangered the company's funds by transferring them to the now-collapsed Silicon Valley Bank
עינת גז מנכ"לית פאפאיה גלובל פאפיה גלובל בהפגנה ברחוב קפלן נגד ההפיכה המשפטית ב21 בינואר

“We fought hard. We lost. We leveled up. We keep on fighting”

24.07.23|Eynat Guez
In an open letter to investors in Israeli tech, Eynat Guez, CEO of Papaya Global, vows that Israeli entrepreneurs will continue to fight for Israeli democracy
הפגנה נגד המהפכה המשפטית תל אביב

High-tech companies have already withdrawn $780 million from Israel as judicial coup fears mount

12.02.23|Sophie Shulman
An examination of dozens of public and private high-tech companies, whose aggregate value is $40 billion, also suggests that they are refraining from transferring a total amount reaching $2.2 billion into the country
מפגינים ב תל אביב הפגנה מחאה 21 בינואר

"We are sorry the high-tech industry has only just woken up, but we have arrived, and we will do whatever it takes"

29.01.23|Sophie Shulman
The high-tech industry has an image of being disconnected, but the impending judicial reforms have resulted in the sector mobilizing like never before
עינת גז מנכ"לית פאפאיה גלובל פאפיה גלובל בהפגנה ברחוב קפלן נגד ההפיכה המשפטית ב21 בינואר

Papaya Global CEO: “We will withdraw all of the company's funds from Israel due to the emerging judicial reform”

26.01.23|Sophie Shulman
Eynat Guez tweeted the decision, explaining that “following Prime Minister Netanyahu's statements that he is determined to pass reforms that will harm democracy and the economy…there is no certainty that we can conduct international economic activity from Israel”