FORTUNE — Peer39 founder Amiad Solomon has joined Sequoia Capital as an Israel-based venture partner, Fortune has learned.
In an email to friends and colleagues, Solomon wrote:
Peer39 raised over $30 million in VC funding, but ultimately was sold earlier this year for just $15.5 million to Digital Generation (DG). None of Solomon’s subsequent three start-ups appear to have yet raised any institutional funding.
Prior to Peer39, Solomon worked in sales and business development for a company later acquired by General Electric (GE).
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