BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Joseph Ben Tsur
A serial entrepreneur, Joseph Ben Tsur has vast experience establishing successful companies and expanding them into new markets and industries. Among other roles, he has served as Chairman of the international Elad Hotels chain, Director of MARLAZ Holdings, with a portfolio of publicly traded industrial, real estate, communications, and hi-tech companies, and as CEO of DIG Ltd., which produces and markets electronic components sold throughout Israel. With several patents to his name and a proven track-record, Mr. Ben Tsur is the driving force leading A2Z into the future.
A member of the board of directors. Prior to joining the Company, Gadi Graus was a senior partner at Shibolet & Co., Law Offices, one of Israel’s largest law firms. Mr. Graus currently serves as President of the Company and as a director of Cust2Mate Ltd, one of the Company’s subsidiaries. Mr. Graus has an LLB from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel and an MBA from the Kellogg – Recanati program (Tel-Aviv University and Northwestern University).
Yonatan de Jongh
A member of the board of directors, presently serves as Senior Manager of Revenues and Billing at DraftKings Inc. Mr. de Jongh holds a Bachelor and Master degree in Business Administration and Accounting from College of Management (Rishon Lezion, Israel) from 2015.
A member of the board of directors, is a chartered professional accountant who has served as the Chief Financial Officer of a number of publicly traded companies. Mr. Rootenberg has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa and received his professional designation in both South Africa and Ontario, Canada.
Niv Raz Haim
A member of the board of directors, is a leading entrepreneur and businessman in the Israeli hospitality and dining industries and operates businesses that host events that cater to over 10,000 patrons per month and employ over 150 people. Mr. Raz Haim holds a bachelor’s degree and is a member of the international gastronomic