The Next Big Thing: Eden Shochat, Partner of Aleph at the Axel Springer NOAH Conference 2017 in Berlin, Tempodrom 22-23 June 2017.
Aleph is an early stage fund, with $334MM under management. Aleph partners with Israeli entrepreneurs looking to build companies that are scalable, global change agents.
Aleph was founded in 2013 by Eden Shochat and Michael Eisenberg. Shochat co-founded Aleph after his company, Face.com was acquired by Facebook. Eisenberg co-founded Aleph after a decade at Benchmark Capital with whom he remains affiliated as a partner managing their Israeli Portfolio. In April 2016, Aaron Rosenson joined Aleph as a third equal partner. He was previously with Insight Venture Partners. Since its founding in 2013, Aleph has made more than 12 investments including Houseparty, Wework, Windward, Nexar, Lemonade, Colu, Freightos and Honeybook.