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Jonathan Stefansky, Co-Founder & CEO

As CEO of Viewbix, Jonathan Stefansky is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the company from the creation of the product to the marketing and business development plans. Jonathan co-created Viewbix from his previous success as CEO of Qoof, an interactive video ad technology that converts video advertising views into monetizable interactions. Prior to joining Qoof, Jonathan served as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for IDT Global Services, a professional services firm and major call center where he increased revenue by 400% and helped grow the firm to over 900 employees in three years. Before IDT, Jonathan worked at Akamai Technologies as Vice President of Strategic Accounts, where he was responsible for a significant increase in new revenue. Previously, Jonathan was Vice President of Network Infrastructure and Architecture, where he was responsible for the company's network deployment in more than 70 countries and for 1,000 Internet service providers. Jonathan is also a former analyst and Vice President of Global Internet Infrastructure at Goldman Sachs and Co.


Hillel Scheinfeld, Co-Founder & COO

As COO of Viewbix, Hillel Scheinfeld is responsible for the overall operations of the company as well as the continued product development and strategic development of the company. Hillel co-created Viewbix from his previous success as COO of Qoof, an interactive video ad technology that converts video advertising views into monetizable interactions. Before joining Viewbix, Hillel headed business operations for the telecom division of IDT Corporation. In this position, he oversaw a 6000% increase in daily minute usage, international expansion and a profitable merger that led to his promotion as Executive Vice President of Strategic Development at IDT's Israel office where he was part of the original team that built a 900+ employee outsourcing center in Israel. In addition, Hillel was a project consultant for the Goldman Sachs Asset Management group's equity trading system conversion. He was also a member of NatWest Bank’s management training program and subsequently served as a trading assistant and risk management analyst for the bank's $3 billion mortgage portfolio.