In his words:
"For hundreds, thousands of years we've been learning in a 'one place, one time' paradigm. You came to the wise man, the sages, the teachers and sat and listened. Today, all the information in the world is at your fingertips. It's time to change that paradigm.
Co-founder & CEO of Alpe Audio; Former Business Development Director & Venture Capitalist Manager
Yehoshua is the co-founder of Alpe Audio, an on-the-go learning platform focused on bringing the best of the audio storytelling and online learning worlds together.
Yehoshua is a lifelong learner who has been both an investor and entrepreneur in start-ups over the past several years.
Yehoshua managed Toyota's early stage investments in EMEA. Prior, he led business development & strategy at Spatial Logic, a deep technology start-up.
He has assisted 100+ startups , as part of OurCrowd’s Business Development team, a global VC with $1B AUM.
Yehoshua holds an MBA from Hebrew University and is the Chairman of the Sayeret Nahal non profit Association.
Find out more about Yehoshua Zlotogorski on Twitter: @yehoshzl
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