Shlomo Swidler accelerates innovation and drives business growth. When Ticketmaster thinks about boosting efficiency and slashing time to market, they call Shlomo. When Amazon wants to propel their services into the forefront of the industry, they call Shlomo. And when Fortune-1000 firms all over the world think of improving IT, software, and the value delivered through technology, they call Shlomo.
Shlomo’s practice spans the globe. He has lectured, coached, advised, and done business in more than ten states and ten countries. He lived in Korea for the better part of a year while helping Samsung, KT (Korea Telecom), and other powerhouses of the country’s economy create and implement innovative new product and service offerings. He taught himself to read and write the Korean language while on a flight from Seoul.
Shlomo trained as a classical pianist in his youth and his childhood was filled with the cultural richness that New York City has to offer. He has held leadership positions at rapid-growth startups and large global firms, is an avid exerciser, and has experienced more airplane takeoffs than landings because of his love of skydiving. Shlomo has an Engineering degree from the prestigious institution The Cooper Union in New York.
Living in Israel since the late 90s, Shlomo and his wife have four wonderful children who light up their lives every day.
“I wanted intelligent and insightful feedback about my business strategy, so I contacted Shlomo. He listened well, quickly grasping my intent, and helped me re-examine my thinking from fresh angles and broader perspectives. As a result, I feel much more certain about my strategy and confident that we’ll be able to pull it off.”
Serial entrepreneur and CEO at VibeDeck
“Shlomo is a consummate professional who guided the transition of our ecommerce sites from our outdated hardware to Amazon’s cloud from the research phase to completion. He answered every question along the way in a timely and definitive manner…. Shlomo was a joy to work with and has my utmost trust and respect.”
Brian Thibault, CTO