Bradley Tusk, CEO of Tusk Ventures, and Michael Eisenberg of Aleph VC recently teamed up to record a new podcast series, Firewall Special Edition: Israel, that explores the world of Israeli startups and features Israeli founders discussing the unique regulatory and political challenges they face.
Check out this new episode as Bradley sits down with Aviv Shapira, the CEO of Xtend, a startup gamifying real-life activities by feeding live content collected by drones to VR headsets worn by the players. In the episode, they discussed aerospace, the unique aspects of the drone industry, and the future of virtual reality.
Bradley is a venture capitalist who protects startups from political risk. His fund, Tusk Ventures, is the first venture capital fund dedicated to working with and investing in startups in regulated industries and has now worked with and invested in dozens of startups like Bird, Uber, Lemonade, CoinBase and Ripple. Michael Eisenberg is an equal partner at Aleph, an early stage venture capital focused on serving Israeli entrepreneurs who want to build scalable, global businesses.