Apron is a platform that allows small businesses to pay their suppliers.
Adam Fisher is one of the most prolific early stage investors in Israel with over two decades of experience investing across the technology stack. He established Bessemer's Israel office in 2007 and has invested in more than 60 companies primarily at the Seed and Series A stages. Over his career, Adam has helped 23 companies reach successful exits, including some of Israel's most notable companies like Wix, Fiverr, and Habana. His current portfolio has some of Israel's largest cloud companies such as Hibob, Melio, Yotpo and Cloudinary.
Adam’s life experiences–like his investments–are uniquely global. Born in South Africa, Adam was raised and educated in the US, where he studied at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Before joining Bessemer, he spent nine years at Jerusalem Venture Partners, where he was a partner in their New York, Jerusalem, and Beijing offices.
“I take a long-term view to partnership, investing only in entrepreneurs that I’d like to work with through the inevitable ups and downs of the startup journey. When I invest in a team, they are people I want to succeed with and the people who I don’t mind failing with if that’s the company’s fate.”