Hillel Fuld

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Hillel Fuld
Hillel Fuld.jpg
ResidenceBeit Shemesh, Israel
Known forBlogging
Spouse(s)Racheli Fuld

Hillel Fuld is an American Israeli tech blogger and speaker.[1][2] He is mostly known for writing his own blog TechNMarketing.


Fuld started blogging after graduating from university.[3] He has since been published in Inc. (magazine),[4] TechCrunch,[5] Business Insider,[6] VentureBeat,[7] Entrepreneur,[8] The Next Web,[9] Mashable[10] and The Jerusalem Post.[11] Fuld has conducted interviews with leaders in the tech community including Marc Andreesen, Gary Vaynerchuk, Guy Kawasaki, Alyssa Milano and Steve Wozniak.[12][13]

In 2015, Geektime, an Israeli tech magazine, named Fuld as one of 100 most influential people in the Israeli tech industry.[14] In 2018, he was the keynote speaker at the Touro College Division of Graduate Studies commencement.[15]

Fuld collaborates with brands such as Google, Oracle, Microsoft and Huawei as a mentor.[16][17] He is a strategic advisor to approximately 15 Israeli tech companies[18] including UMoove, Hometalk, Intelligo Group, Flipboard, SeeTree, Proov, TestFairy and Curiyo.

Fuld has thousands of followers on Twitter including Ellen DeGeneres, Yoko Ono, Ashton Kutcher, Arianna Huffington and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey.[17]

Fuld is the co-founder of ZCast, a company working to create high-quality audio content.[19]


Fuld was born in New York City to an Orthodox Jewish family.[20] His family moved to Israel during his teenage years. Fuld graduated with a BA in political science from Bar Ilan University.[3] Fuld is married and has five children.[21]


  1. ^ Bino, Eyal. "Meet The Man Helping Transform Startup Nation Into Scale-Up Nation". Forbes.
  2. ^ Fuld, Hillel. "What Do I Do? A Detailed Explanation of How I Turned My Passion into a Career!". Tech N' Marketing.
  3. ^ a b Weiner, Yitzi. ""Content Creates Brand" Words Of Wisdom With Startup Strategist Hillel Fuld". Medium.
  4. ^ "Hillel Fuld Author Biography". Inc.
  5. ^ Hillel, Fuld. "Despite Unrest, The Israeli Tech Ecosystem Is Flourishing". TechCrunch.
  6. ^ "Hillel Fuld". Business Insider.
  7. ^ "Hillel Fuld, ZCast, Guest Author". VentureBeat.
  8. ^ "Hillel Fuld, Guest Writer". Entrepreneur.
  9. ^ "Hillel Fuld". The Next Web.
  10. ^ "Hillel Fuld". Mashable.
  11. ^ "Hillel Fuld". The Jerusalem Post.
  12. ^ Fuld, Hillel. "A Twitter interview with Marc Andreessen on startups, wearables, and his next offices". VentureBeat.
  13. ^ Bort, Julie. "How the 'Robert Scoble of Israel' wound up in a bomb shelter with Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak". Business Insider.
  14. ^ Haimovitch and Avital (2015). "The 100 most influential people in Israeli hi-tech in 2015". Geektime.
  15. ^ College, Touro. "Touro College Division of Graduate Studies Commencement 2018". www.touro.edu. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  16. ^ "Israeli and European Jewish entrepreneurs to meet in Europe - Hi tech news - Jerusalem Post". www.jpost.com. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  17. ^ a b href='https://jewishjournal.com/author/'></a>, BY <a (2018-09-26). "The Man Who Makes Tech Go 'Boom'". Jewish Journal. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  18. ^ "The Israeli tech guru who helps start-ups without asking anything in return - Hi tech news - Jerusalem Post". www.jpost.com. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  19. ^ Bino, Eyal. "Meet The Man Helping Transform Startup Nation Into Scale-Up Nation". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-02-14.
  20. ^ Rahman, Farhana. "Israel's Secret Sauce of Success: Lessons from Hillel Fuld". The Times of Israel.
  21. ^ Fuld, Hillel. "Love at second sight". www.timesofisrael.com. Retrieved 2019-01-29.

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