Shlomo founded Jerusalem Global in 1994. Over this time Shlomo led investments in several successful companies including: Galileo Semiconductors (sold to Marvell), Mellanox Semiconductors (NASDAQ: MLNX), Tradus (formerly QXL) (sold to Naspers), Creo (sold to Kodak), Accord Video (sold to Polycom), Saifun Semiconductors (sold to Spansion), PowerDSine (sold to Microsemi), and Picture Vision (sold to Kodak). Since 2010 Shlomo has been co-leading investment activities in Israel with Ranan Grobman for Vaizra Investments. During his time at Vaizra Shlomo led investments in: Moovit, Wilocity, Lumus, Powermat, and Ginger Software.
Prior to starting his investment career, Shlomo served in the Israeli Air Force as a fighter pilot. He holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research from MIT, a M.Sc. from the Sloan School of Management at MIT and a B.Sc. from Tel Aviv University.
Shlomo is active on the boards of many nonprofit and academic institutions, including Shalom Beineinu, a charitable organization he founded, the Board of Governors The Technion, The Jerusalem College of Technology, and is as an advisor to Yeda Research, the licensing arm of Weizmann Institute.