OurCrowd Dinner in Atlanta featuring Audrey Jacobs Private Residence


May 24, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Private Residence
Address provided upon RSVP
Event Type

Join OurCrowd for an exclusive investor dinner and conversation with Audrey Jacobs, Partner at OurCrowd. 

Hear about Israel’s impact on the world of high-tech innovation. Learn more about how you could get involved as an investor and advocate for the Startup Nation. 

Thank you to our gracious hosts, Gary Lotner and Sandra Cuttler who will share their experience with OurCrowd, including feedback on their recent trip to the OurCrowd Investor Summit. The event will be held at their home on May 24th at 7PM.

Space is limited. Please e-mail Nirit@ourcrowd.com to RSVP. 

Audrey Jacobs, Partner at OurCrowd

Audrey Jacobs is a founding Partner at OurCrowd, Israel’s leading global VC hybrid marketplace investing platform. OurCrowd allows accredited investors worldwide to identify, research and invest in leading technology startups in Israel and around the world. In four years, OurCrowd has become Israel’s most active VC, investing $400 million into 110 companies alongside global corporate partners, institutional investors and 17,000 individuals members. Audrey oversees the Americas activities, educating audiences about Israel’s technology ecosystem, and supports and leverages the investor community to support and “Crowd Build” the OurCrowd portfolio companies. A passionate entrepreneur advocate, public speaker and global community builder, Audrey believes online investing is a powerful tool for startups to access capital and to expand globally. Online investing is also a market for investors to diversify their portfolio and invest globally in VC backed deals. Prior to OurCrowd, Audrey spent two decades building brands for technology companies with leading global public relations firms such as Porter Novelli. Audrey launched the US Israel Startup Nations Series to create partnerships and educate about the opportunities of investing in Israeli innovation. Audrey studied Finance at Columbia University, received an inaugural AltMBA from Seth Godin and was a Nahum Goldmann Fellow.