Adoram Gaash

Adoram brings to Moneta a solid track record as a technology investor and a serial entrepreneur. Prior to founding Moneta, Adoram founded and co-managed Stage One [2001] – a top quartile, Israeli VC fund, that created 7 Exits. Before becoming an investor, Adoram co-founded 3 successful ICT startups which resulted in major Exits. Later in his career, Adoram lived in USA Silicon Valley and joined Growth Point Technology Partners as a Technology M&A Banker.

Adoram’s experience covers every phase of building a tech company – from ideation through funding towards growth. Serving for 2 decades on both sides of the “Termsheet”, has given him a broad perspective as an added-value investor and allows him to assist other CEOs explore their strategic options.

Adoram’s most interesting success stories include: Radwiz (Founder/CEO) acquired by TERN, Radlan (Founding team) acquired by MRVL, Radware (Founding team) IPO, Magnifier (Investor) acquired by F5, Octalica (Investor) acquired by Broadcom, Trivnet (Investor) acquired by Gemalto, Oversi (Investor) acquired by Allot, and Crescendo (Investor, Chairman) acquired by F5.

Adoram earned his BscEE (Cum laude) in Computers Engineering from the Technion in Israel; an MBA from Kellogg Recanati, Tel Aviv University, and MA, Philosophy (Cum Laude) from Tel Aviv University.

Among his hobbies, Adoram plays golf and rides a motorcycle.