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Alex Chachava is the managing partner at LETA Capital, a corporate boutique venture fund founded by LETA Group, an Eastern European technology holding company with more than $100 million in revenue. The LETA Capital fund supports innovative high tech start-up companies at their seed or early growth stage. In 2014, LETA Capital invested in the Israeli mobile sports application company 365Scores. Alex is also the co-founder at LETA, one of the largest Eastern European technology companies. Since 2005, Alex has been a head of the Eastern European devision of ESET, a pioneer in the anti-virus industry with its award-winning NOD32 technology.

ARTICLES BY: Alex Chachava / JNS.org


February 27, 2015 1:02 am
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