Eyal Lifshitz

Eyal Lifshitz

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Writer
Founder and CEO of BlueVine

Eyal Lifshitz is the founder and CEO of BlueVine in Redwood City, Calif. As a third generation small-business entrepreneur, he is passionate about helping small businesses grow. Before BlueVine, Eyal was a principal at Greylock.

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