“Mr. Bennett goes there from time to time to meet with tech companies and more,” his office confirms.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is now in talks with various tech companies to join their ranks after the Nov. 1 parliamentary elections, reports Sunday said.
On August 16, Bennett reportedly visited Talon Cyber Security. Talon Cyber Security provides solutions for securely accessing applications and corporate data from any operating system. Despite the recent recession that has hit the industry, the company announced a $100 million funding round in early August.
“Bennett has occasional meetings with tech companies and others,” his office confirmed. channel 12.
“But nothing has been agreed,” his office continued.
Before entering politics, Bennett had several years of experience in the tech industry. As a result, he has already earned over $15 million, according to the research he conducted. Forbes Israel magazine.
In 2005, six years after founding the Cyota computer security company with Dr. Michal Tzur, Ben Anush, and Lior Golan, Bennett and his partners sold it to the US company RSA for $145 million, approximately 500 I made a million dollars.
Four years later, he was appointed CEO of Soloto by entrepreneurs Yishai Green and Tomer Dvir. Tomer Dvir has developed a remote support service for personal computers and mobile devices.
In 2010, Bennett also invested in Wisestamp, a startup that provides solutions for small business owners.
Shortly before being appointed prime minister, more than a year ago, he made at least $5 million from the initial public offering of Payoneer, a company he invested in 14 years ago.