Talmon Marco is an Israeli-American entrepreneur, best known as the founder and former CEO of Viber, a proprietary cross-platform instant messaging VoIP application for smartphones with over 400 million users, and Juno, a ride sharing service.
Born in Israel, Marco served as CIO for the Israeli Defense Forces Central Command. He completed a degree in Computer Science and Management from Tel-Aviv University, later moving to the U.S. where he spent most of his adult life.
In 1997 he co-founded Expand Networks and served as the company's President until 2004.
In 1998, Marco co-founded iMesh, where he was President until 2010.
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