Rami Bracha is one of the most famous venture capitalists in Israel. Rami served as a managing partner in the Pitango Fund, which was crowned the largest venture capital fund in the country in 2009.
He is one of the first founders and currently serves as chairman of SOSA, which sits in the two busiest high-tech centers in the world – Tel Aviv and New York. SOSA provides office space and takes care of making business connections between international companies and Israeli companies.
Rami Bracha, who was seriously injured when he stepped on a mine on Lebanese soil during his service as an IDF paratrooper, is still active today in many organizations that support the disabled and wounded in the IDF, especially those who served in combat units.
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