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About Elan Jaglom
Elan Jaglom is best known for his many years as a business professional, involved in private investments. Since 2001, he has held the position of chairman of the BOD of Objet Geometries Ltd., a leading global provider of 3D printing solutions. Prior, Elan was executive director at Idanit Technologies Ltd., wide format digital printing system innovators, acquired by the Scitex Corporation and later by Hewlett Packard. Elan is an active member of the international advisory board at Ben Gurion University's School of Management and a member of the board of governors of the university. He sits on the international board of governors of the Diaspora museum and member of the board of trustees of the Tel Aviv museum. He holds an MBA from New York University.
During his career, Elan Jaglom has managed a host of private investments and has chaired several Israeli hi-tech companies, primarily in the digital print arena. He is currently chairman of the board of Objet Geometries Ltd. and was one of the company's early stage investors. Founded in 1998, Objet provides of 3D print solutions, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. Headquartered in Israel, the company's printing systems and materials are distributed worldwide, enabling customers to reduce product development costs and shorten time to market. Before his involvement with Objet, Elan was executive director at Idanit Technologies, a company focused on large format digital printing solutions. In 1998, to increase its presence in the digital printing arena, the company was merged into Scitex Corporation and was later acquired by HP. It is today a part of the graphic art division of HP. The newly named Scitex Idanit Company offered the print world an innovative high speed large format inkjet printer, ideal for large, medium and small runs of smaller banners and pole banners.
Making Education Matter
Elan Jaglom is a staunch supporter of higher education and is involved in grant programs to finance university education for students who excelled during their years in the Israel Defense Forces elite units. He is a member of the international advisory board at Ben Gurion University School of Management. Ben Gurion University developed this unique program in 2003, which at the time, was the first full-time MBA program of its kind in Israel. The international advisory board includes key foreign and Israeli business experts who oversee and guide the program. Elan contributes his entrepreneurial expertise and know-how, coupled with his assistance to help find local job placement for graduates.
Art and Charity
Elan and the Jaglom family are supporters of the arts and enjoying collecting artwork from all over the world. The Tel Aviv Museum is home to the prestigious Jaglom impressionist collection. Elan also sits on the worldwide board of Israel's Diaspora museum, where he has lent his time and expertise since initiation of the museum's renewal project. A supporter of several charities and organizations that support animal care, Elan is also a licensed pilot.