Residence Jerusalem, Israel
Name Zvi Schreiber
Spouse Rina Schreiber
|Born 9 June 1969 (age 46) London, England (1969-06-09)|
Organizations founded Freightos, G.ho.st
Zvi schreiber at web2 0 summit presenting g ho st
Dr. Zvi Schreiber, ( ; born 9 June 1969) is a British-Israeli serial entrepreneur, executive, and author. He has founded high-tech startups like G.ho.st, which at the time was considered the only high-tech startup with a joint Palestinian–Israeli team. In 2011 Schreiber was CEO of Lightech which he sold to GE Lighting.
- Zvi schreiber at web2 0 summit presenting g ho st
- Freightos CEO Zvi Schreiber Discusses International Freight Shipping on BBC World News
- Executive positions
- Other activities and achievements
He is currently the CEO of startup logistics technology company Freightos, a "leading sales automation platform for the logistics industry" that he describes as the "equivalent of Expedia/Orbitz/Kayak for the shipment of goods rather than people".
Freightos CEO Zvi Schreiber Discusses International Freight Shipping on BBC World News
Schreiber has founded the following companies:
In 2011 Schreiber was CEO of Lightech Electronic Industries Ltd, based in Israel, where he had served as a director since 1996. His father David Schreiber, an experienced businessman and investor, chaired the board. Lightech was acquired by GE Lighting at the end of 2011, during Schreiber's tenure.
Other activities and achievements
Schreiber has spoken at software industry events and at some economic conferences, and is a co-inventor of several patents and patent applications.
Schreiber is the author of two books:
Schreiber has a BA in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, a PhD in Computer Science from Imperial College London, and an MSc in Theoretical Physics (Quantum Fields) from Imperial College London.