Rami Beracha (Born December 3, 1961) is an Israeli venture capitalist, known as for over 15 years as managing partner at Pitango Venture Capital. He is also one of the founders of SOSA, a company based in New York and Israel that creates business links between global cities and Israeli startup ventures, and currently serves as its chairman. Since 1996, he has primarily invested in data networking and Enterprise infrastructure software. During his youth, he served in the IDF and was seriously injured in the First Lebanese War. Today, he is socially active in supporting non-profit organizations that serve IDF casualties and veterans of combat units.
- I was where they were and I was where they are now, but I was also where they have not yet been. There is one very, very fundamental and distinct intersection that one makes a choice: Am I now going to fly in heaven, or am going to be grounded and accept this story.
- The good thing for Rami is that the cripple is breathing hard on the back of his neck.
- The world is changing. In the past, 35-year-old entrepreneurs from Ramat Poleg would come to us with a rental car and raise $ 2-3 million and leave with a product after a year. Today the entrepreneurs come to us on electric bikes, raise $ 500,000 and three months later they launch a product. Fast, and no time for interactions.