About Us

Spot.IM is on a mission to empower communities. We enable media companies to take back ownership of their audience and conversations and let go of their reliance on external social networks.

Nadav Shoval CEO & Co-Founder
Ishay Green CTO & Co-Founder
Arnon Eilat FrontEnd Developer
Roee Goldberg Chief Operation Officer
Eldad Bercovici Front-End Developer
Tal Carmi Head of Relationships
Max Harpunsky Senior Full Stack Engineer
Ron Sharir Publisher Development Manager
Dor Herskovich Director of Monetization
Tali Lasri Finance Back Office Manager
Dor Tzur FrontEnd Team Leader  
Yaron Wittenstein Software Architect & Head of BackEnd
Ido Goldberg Head of IL Operations
Omer Hamerman DevOps Engineer
Andrew A. Ahearn Director of Publisher Development
Hagar Levin Video Programmatic Manager
Anna Masliansky UX/UI Designer
Hernan Arber Mobile Team Leader
Oran Ben-Zur Senior Software Engineer
Eran Ayalon Product Manager
Eliran Barnoy DevOps Engineer
Aviram Noam

AdOps Manager

Amit Ozalvo BackEnd Engineer
Lia Ismailov QA Engineer
Shiran Dadon QA Team Lead
Yahli Burlin HR Recruiter
Boris Yuzvinsky QA Team Leader
Shani Ben Aharon Senior Operation Manager
Nadav Spitzer Demand Operation Manager
Nir Ungar Controller
Christian Ayala Head of Publisher Accounts
Roy Laor VP Strategic Partnerships
Penny Lane Dog of the Week
Max Weiss Head of Strategic Initiatives
Haim Sasson VP Finance
Roman Milioti Senior Strategy and Operations Manager
Alison Green Office Manager
Matt Rahm Senior Partnerships Manager
Lilla Kaplun CCO
We’re always looking for talented team members in both our Tel Aviv and New York offices.

Founded in 2012 by Nadav Shoval and Ishay Green, Spot.IM is a disruptive social engagement platform that brings together the online publishing industry and helps their digital media partners to curate their communities’ social interactions directly, encouraging organic site engagement that enables over 3 billion monthly page views.

Partnering with over 25 percent of the digital publishing industry, Spot.IM works with online publishers, such as AOL, News Corp, Meredith Corporation, Time Inc., Little Things and Advertising Age, to take back ownership of their audiences and the conversations around their content while adding greater social value and overall traffic monetization.