Rami Beracha, The Unexpected Business Growth of the Covid 19 Fallouts and the 2022 Global Economic Crisis
Rami Beracha believes there are still unique opportunities from the Covid 19 epidemic.
21:04 11 July 2022
The benefits of a global pandemic
Rami Beracha believes there are still unique opportunities from the Covid 19 epidemic, even though the world is reeling from business closures or fundamental economic change. Beracha advises that brick-and-mortar companies have had to shut down or change their operations. However, he recommends digital transformation as a way to ensure it continues to thrive even after the virus has been eradicated.
Beracha's creation of two new ventures in business during the worst economic conditions the world has ever witnessed is proof of his belief in the possibility of unexpected opportunities. His ability to remain resilient, even when there seems no light at the end of the tunnel is something all entrepreneurs need to understand. Any situation, no matter how dire, is worth taking the risks that come with it. Beracha sees Covid not only as a threat to many of her dreams but also as a path forward.
Beracha, who has spent many years in the tech industry, is an Israeli-based businessman. He made contact with some business partners to create a new venture capital investment fund, Eden Block, which was based at the West End in London. This fund backs the most recent tech iteration using Blockchain technology and digital money as part its operations. Eden Block will be a friend to companies that are looking for new markets or products that use this constantly-changing tech.
Beracha focuses on Web 3.0 and Rami believes that they will catch up with him in the future. He formed Eden Block along two savvy partners to help him develop this endeavor.
How Beracha achieved business development in the Covid Era
Beracha says passion, self-confidence, and timing are the key ingredients to his company's recent success. He encourages others to follow their passions and pursue ventures that they believe in rather than trying to push through ideas they think might work in the short term. This flexibility allows developers and investors to adapt to market trends and change their plans based on emotions, rather than data. It is a refreshing departure from Silicon Valley's info-heavy decision makers.
Beracha began this passionate look at his life and the best ways to make decisions based on a range of unique experiences. After serving in the military, he earned a law diploma. He used his credential to work for a Wall Street law firm, until he decided that he wanted to go into business. He moved quickly to France and completed his MBA.
In this same time, Beracha began his career at Pitango, Israel’s largest venture capital firm. The company's top management quickly promoted Beracha to managing partner. This was after he had led more than 200 Israeli startups in tech. Many of them went on to exit to major brands like Marvel, Microsoft and Broadcom.
Beracha, following his own advice, in 2014 founded Sosa. A firm that connects New York and Tel Aviv, supporting high-tech businesses with financial investors.
A Rise from the Ashes
Beracha is not a tech guru, despite all his fame. Beracha was just 18 when he enlisted in the IDF to serve as a paratrooper during World War II. Following this experience, he sought an officer's commission. He joined a rescue group to assist wounded soldiers in navigating an active land minefield. Beracha was changed forever at that moment. He was trying to assist another soldier when he stepped on a mine and immediately lost his right hand.
Beracha was depressed after spending time in a military medical facility with no other distractions than his thoughts. His hopes of becoming a soldier vanished and his identity was challenged. Faced with the possibility of not knowing where to go next, something within him clicked and the ability to create a new life began.
Beracha's sudden commitment to never giving up became a lifelong passion that drove his personal and professional growth. After his recovery, Beracha began to take up sports like snowboarding, cycling, and hiking up Mt. Kilimanjaro. His life would not be complete if he was an amputee.
Beracha discovered a passion and started to travel to Panama for the waves. He was able to attach a prosthetic leg to his kite surfing equipment to allow him to stand upright and navigate the waves like a pro.
Beracha explains that she was initially angry at being injured. "But my anger subsided over time and was replaced with acceptance. My disability made it more difficult for me to pursue my dreams, but I also found it more rewarding and challenging. It's an exciting moment for anyone who learns to kitesurf. Even more so if you have no leg or hand.
Beracha is still a young woman who has a lot to offer. But with such determination and a passion for succeeding, it will be a remarkable life filled with many stories.