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Meet SIMBLA – the next ‘superstartup’ from Startup Nation

Noam Yahav, the President of SIMBLA, introduced “the next revolution of website building” in The Israeli Conference that was held in Los Angeles

Noam Yahav in The Israeli Conference in L.A
Representatives of SIMBLA – a new, highly rated, cutting edge,  drag-and-drop responsive website builder – conquered The Israeli Conference that was held recently in Los Angeles.
On the main stage of the event, Noam Yahav, the President of SIMBLA, introduced “the next revolution of website building” coming from the Startup Nation: a unified solution, innovative, web-based platform that provides a “one-stop shop” to small and mid-size businesses.  
The dynamic, visionary presentation immediately aroused curiosity and great interest among investors and leading venture funds representatives who were among hundreds of attendants throughout the 2-days unique conference.
During the conference, Yahav led demonstrations and negotiations with senior representatives from top investors – among them Microsoft,  who were enthusiastic and expressed high interest in what is emerging as the next ‘superstarup’ from Israel that will conquer the digital scene.
Simbla was founded in 2013 in Tel Aviv, by Ilan Zrien and Shlomi Stein Zrien, both well known Israeli experts in the fields of web-based platforms, cloud services, and website building. They envisioned and executed a platform that anyone can easily drag-and-drop to create an impressive, code free website with fully integrated apps, that supports all browsers and devices – all within 20 minutes… Hundreds of new users already engaging in SIMBLA on a daily basis
Recently, Zrien and Stein ventured with Fresh Business Technologies, a company based in Los Angeles, whom jointly invested $600, 000 (that are serving) as seed money for the platform.



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