Back to Mobile View
Subscribe to the CrunchBase Daily for the latest on Fundings, Acquisitions, and Startup Events

General Information

Websitecognifit.com
Blognathanaeleisenber...
Twitter@nathyeisenberg
BirthplaceGeneva, Switzerland

Degrees

HEC Lausanne, Master 2003
Management

Current Companies

Chairman

Former Companies

Former Financial Organizations

Web Presences

Tags

Nathanael Eisenberg

Graduated from the HEC Lausanne Master of Management and Business school, Nathanael Eisenberg has started his career in the private banking department of Schroders (Geneva) before working as a financial analyst at the Union Bancaire Prive trading room front desk (UBP Geneva). Nathanael has also worked for the IT Consulting firm Cap Gemini (PAR: CAP) in London. Following these experiences, Nathanael has joined Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) in Geneva, and worked firstly in the Western Europe headquarter where he held Marketing positions managing a portfolio of brands for WE, and secondly in Madrid where he managed key products launches. Nathanael then left to Paris to work for Milk Capital, a privately-owned investment fund before leaving to New York to become the CEO of CogniFit. Nathanael is now Chairman at CogniFit.

Recent Milestones

Videos

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyrD-LOnBDU
Above:

Nathanael Eisenberg talks about the growing market for brain training applications on CCTV

Added: 1/17/14

Sources

    CogniFit Launches its Online Brain Training Platform in the Netherlands (sfgate.com) [edit]
    CogniFit Launches Its Online Brain Training Platform in Arabic (markets.financialcontent.com) [edit]
    CogniFit Launches a New Brain Training Application to Enhance Planning Skills (podcast.streetiq.com) [edit]
    CogniFit Launches its Online Brain Training Platform in Japanese (markets.financialcontent.com) [edit]
    A New Peer-Reviewed Study by CogniFit Finds That Brain Training Successfully Enhances Cognitive Ability, Whereas Physical Activity Does Not (markets.financialcontent.com) [edit]
    A New Study By CogniFit Finds That Individuals Can Triple Their Cognitive Benefits When Brain Training Continuously Over 6 Months (news9.com) [edit]
    'Brain Training' - The Next Big Thing? (youtube.com) [edit]
Edit This Page
Last Edited 2/15/14

Revision History RSS Picture

Sharing

Share this page on Twitter or Facebook:
Or copy this code to embed a widget: customize »

External Links

CrunchBase API

Sponsors



Become a Sponsor
Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | Licensing Policy