Nathanael Eisenberg is the founder and CEO of Instantgo. He is also the founder and current president of
and the current chairman of
Nathanael started his career in banking at Schroders in Geneva before working as a financial analyst in the Trading Room of the Union Bancaire Privé. Nathanael then moved out of the banking industry and worked for the IT Consulting firm Cap Gemini in their Telecommunication group in London. He then transferred to Paris to assist in the management of a Publishing Group before being recruited in the European headquarters of Procter and Gamble in Geneva where he held marketing positions managing a portfolio of brands. Nathanael then went with P&G to Madrid to oversee the launch of a key Home Care initiative in the Iberian market.
After this commercial and marketing experience, Nathanael went to Paris and founded with a group of partners Milk Capital, a Venture Capital fund specializing in micro to mid-sized investments in sectors ranging from telecommunication to internet and technology mostly in Europe. Nathanael then served as CEO of CogniFit in New York City before being elected Chairman of the company. Nathanael Eisenberg is graduated from HEC Lausanne with a Master in Management and resides in Los Angeles.
Carlos Rodriguez is the founder and CTO of Instantgo. He is also the founder of
as well as a director at
Carlos began his career at the Peugeot Group in the process optimization area, before moving to the New Technologies department of Uralita, as Internet project manager. Carlos has also worked for Procter & Gamble in Geneva and Madrid in the marketing intelligence department. He was in charge of forecasting the new product launches sales potential while implementing the validation systems for the in-market evolution of major consumer brands. In addition Carlos was responsible for implementing online systems to manage the internal cross-functional innovation process of new products.
Carlos Rodriguez is a founding partner of the venture capital fund Milk Capital in Paris, where he was responsible for evaluating technology based investments and Internet companies. At CogniFit, Carlos manages the overall development, design, support, and science teams, as well as the business expansion in Spanish speaking countries. Mr. Rodriguez earned an Industrial Engineering Master Degree from the Polytechnic University Carlos III of Madrid, and the Grande Ecole INSA of Lyon, France.