Asaph Schulman, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Coinmama, a platform which allows users to buy cryptocurrency, announced earlier today that he is stepping down from his position via a LinkedIn post.
Schulman has been the CEO of Coinmama since 2017, originally joining the company from Checkmarx. To find out more about the move, Finance Magnates reached out to Schulman who said that he was stepping down to take some time off and doesn’t know where he’ll be heading to next.
“After more than a year of an amazing journey leading Coinmama, I will soon be finishing my role as Coinmama’s CEO,” Schulman said.
“When you look back at what the Coinmama team was able to achieve in 2018, despite the “Crypto winter”, it is clear that the company has made a huge progress which our team can be extremely proud of.”
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Asaph Schulman Before Coinmama
With a career spanning more than 20 years, Schulman has worked at a number of companies, ranging from sales positions to marketing in both Israel and Australia. During his career, he has co-founded two solutions companies – A-NET Solutions, a boutique web development firm and the other (Defence Solutions Australia) served as the local sales and marketing office for leading Israeli defence technologies in Australia and New Zealand.
Before he was at Coinmama, he was the Vice President of marketing at Checkmarx in Israel. According to his LinkedIn, whilst here it was Schulman’s responsibility to position the company as a thought leader. He was also in charge of shifting the company from a purely outbound business, to an inbound company.
Prior to this, he was employed at Personyze, where he was also the Vice President of Marketing for one year. During his career, Schulman was also the General Manager for eToro’s operations in both Australia and New Zealand.
During his tenure with the social trading brokerage, Schulman was in charge of establishing the company’s operations in Australia and New Zealand. This included hiring a local marketing team, organising compliance with local regulation and building a local website, among other responsibilities.