Gregg Bernard offered much insight about his time at Vimeo and the monetization process the company undertook under his management. He also talked about transitioning from an established company such as Sony, and joining a small and still-developing team like Vimeo. A key takeaway from Gregg’s session is that a business cannot survive as a platform that simply creates content and expects customers to come to them.
Read more from Gregg Bernard from our interview in the Times of Israel:
I’ve worked as an executive in the media, entertainment and technology space my whole career, about two decades. In the past couple of years I’ve joined boards of a several start-ups – two of them are Israel – and invested in a number of other companies. I’m now joining a venture capital firm based in Tel Aviv as an adviser. I think in my field, particularly in the video and adtech space, there is a lot of amazing things coming from Israeli start-ups right now that make a lot of sense.”