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Meet the Team in 160 characters (who said 140 is better?)

  •  Ron Gura, Co-Founder and CEORon is a proficient debater who breathes the air of a virtual world. He lives right next door to the office and he is the glue that keeps us running with his endless enthusiasm.
  •  Matan Bar, Co-Founder and Chief ProductMatan (Berry) dreams to become a soccer player and is a devoted sports fan. He is using his balling skills to deliver the unbelievable in a blink of an eye.
  •  Erez Dickman, Co-Founder and CTOAwarded the most athletic geek of the year award, Erez is a health nut, connoisseur, smart and stylish. Oh, and he can code too.
  •  Maya Gura, Co-Founder and Chief GifterA natural Gifter who passionately plans the best surprise parties, organizes group gifts since childhood and upgrades any gifting occasion with a personal touch.
  •  Asaf Gartner, MacGyverMysterious and passionate about coding and tortillas ONLY, Gartner, a true problem solver, likes cracking technical issues like how to remotely activate the office AC.
  •  Danni Friedland, Ruby MasterDanni, a former hacker, is fascinated with comics, and Open Source hardware and he used his passion to build Group Gifts electro-board for our awesome deck.
  •  Yonatan Bergman, Senior NinjaYon is a geek who loves graphic design, beer and creating stuff. He makes us use an app he developed overnight to efficiently order pizza.
  •  Adam Farhi, The Software GuyAdam is our software designer for client-server apps who loves researching new technologies, new sandy beaches and Sci-Fi classics in the movies scene.
  •  Rachel Adelman, Office ManagerRachel is the most conscientious person in Tel Aviv. Politically active and addicted to shopping & volunteering, this superwoman can accomplish the impossible.
  •  Ziv Meltzer, King of GUIZiv is the creative persona behind many cool things we do. He invented the wild mix of yellow with blue on our site, and claims: “First I’m a user, then a designer”.
  •  Martha, DogMarti takes care of our basic need: she reminds us that there’s life outside the office, and pee out of the box. She also chases her shade.21 characters left
  •  Money Plant, PlantWhile keeping our office space green and pretty, the plant removes volatile chemicals and stimulates enough fresh air per person in our office.