MySize Inc. Welcomes Tech-Security Expert Ya’acov Haran To the Company’s Advisory Board
Airport City, Israel, February 14, 2017 — MySize Inc. (the “Company”) (NASDAQ: MYSZ; TASE: MYSZ), developer of proprietary, linear and circular, smartphone measurement applications, announced today that Ya’acov Haran has joined the Company’s Advisory Board. He will serve as the Company’s liaison with the tech-security industry.
Haran served as the head of a technical operations unit at one of Israel’s security organizations from 1979-2010. The organization is part of the office of the Prime Minister of Israel. During his tenue, Haran led initiatives that harnessed and developed a variety of innovative technologies for operational-intelligence requirements in international arenas.
“We are delighted to welcome Ya’acov to the MySize family. His vast experience in tech-security is certain to help further the company’s interests in this market. We look forward to working with Ya’acov, networking together and learning how MySize can service this important industry,” said Ronen Luzon, CEO of MySize.
Haran said, “MySize has an impressive pipeline of measurement products with great practical and strategic applications. I look forward to working with their talented and dedicated team and to introducing the company to decision makers and opinion leaders in the tech-security sector.”
About MYSIZE MySize Inc. (TASE: MYSZ) (NASDAQ: MYSZ) has developed a unique measurement technology based on sophisticated algorithms and cutting edge technology with broad applications including apparel industry, e-commerce, shipping and parcel industry measurement. This proprietary technology is driven by several patentpending algorithms which are able to calculate and record measurements in a variety of novel ways. To learn more about MySize, please visit our website. www.mysizeid.com. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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