6:30-7 PM: Check-In and Chinese Dinner Reception
7-8 PM: Moderated Conversation followed by Q&A
8-8:30 PM: Book Signing (The first 100 people to register for the event will receive a FREE signed copy of Michael’s new book!)
Join Penn Hillel and Wharton PEVC on Monday, November 15th at 6:30pm for dinner, conversation and a book signing with renowned Israeli venture capital investor Michael Eisenberg. He will discuss his unique experiences and perspectives as an investor within the Israeli startup ecosystem and he will talk about his new book in which he analyzes Genesis through the lens of economics and ethics, The Tree of Life and Prosperity: 21st Century Business Principles from the Book of Genesis. The session will include a moderated conversation with Q&A, free Chinese dinner and a book signing. The first 100 people to register for the event will receive a FREE signed copy of Michael’s new book! This event is free and open to all UPenn undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. To reserve your spot, register at bit.ly/Penn-Michael
Michael Eisenberg is co-founder and General Partner at Aleph, a venture capital fund with $550M under management that is focused on partnering with great Israeli entrepreneurs to build large, meaningful companies and impactful global brands. Aleph has invested in over 40 companies including Melio, Lemonade, Bringg, JoyTunes, Healthy.io and Nexar. Prior to Aleph, Michael was a General Partner at Benchmark Capital, where he led the investments in Wix.com, Picturevision, Shopping.com and Gigya. Michael has been named to the Forbes Midas List several times and has authored five books, his most recent being The Tree of Life and Prosperity: 21st Century Business Principles from the Book of Genesis. Michael lives in Jerusalem with his wife and eight children.