Guy Goldstein, founder and chief executive officer of Pageonce, and member of the company's Board of Directors, brings nearly two decades of management, strategy and product development experience to his role as CEO.
Since founding Pageonce in 2007, Guy has raised $10 million in venture capital funding and grown its membership from zero to more than four million. He has a proven track record in corporate development, mergers and acquisitions and as research and development leader. At Hewlett-Packard, Guy led inorganic growth expansion acquisitions to develop HP's Business Intelligence strategy. During his seven year tenure at Mercury Interactive (later acquired by Hewlett-Packard) Guy helped establish the company-wide inorganic growth roadmap and strategic planning process, resulting in three acquisitions and $200 million in revenue. He was a key member of the executive team that developed the business plan for Mercury Interactive's $5 billion acquisition by Hewlett-Packard. As Senior Director of Mercury Interactive's R&D division, Guy managed an international team of engineers and QA that built products generating $350 million in sales.
Early in his life Guy was handpicked for an elite group of candidates to train for the Israeli Air Force based on his record-level test scores and technical aptitude. He excelled and rose to the top military rank of major and fighter pilot in one of world's most respected air force programs. Ever the prolific innovator, he holds two patents.
Guy graduated cum laude from Tel-Aviv University with a bachelor's degree in Business and Computer Science.
Co-Founder and CEO
BA, Software Engineering & Business
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