<aside> 💡 Ctrl provides business credit for young solopreneurs using predictive analytics instead of traditional credit models.


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What do we do? 👀

Ctrl is providing business credit for the new wave of solo entrepreneurs, aka solopreneurs. We provide better access to credit and expense management for this growing economy, as they are neglected by traditional banking and alternative lenders.

We achieve this by applying predictive analytics on all digital footprints, creating a new proprietary approach to assess creditworthiness. By removing barriers to business credit, Ctrl is powering economic growth for the rising generation of solopreneurs.

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Team Members 👋

Dor Hason

Dor Hason is a third year student of Computer Science at the Efi Arazi school of Computer Science. He is on the Dean’s list, a recipient of the excellence scholarship and participated in the Computer Science Honors Program.

Dor served as an officer at “Rochev Shamayim”, a special unit in the Artillery Corps. Right after he was released from the army, Dor worked at a startup called SpamOff and co-founded AeroClaim - a startup for helping passengers claim monetary compensation from disrupted flights. During his studies, Dor worked as a software engineer at Storemaven, volunteered as a mentor at the Young Entrepreneurs Organization, and was part of the HackIDC team as the judges and mentors manager.

Sagi Eldar

Sagi is a third year student of Entrepreneurship and Computer Science at the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship, and participated in the Leumi Innovation Honors Program. Sagi served as an officer for nearly six years in the Duvdevan Unit and is currently working as a Product Manager at SEPTIER, specializing in last-mile positioning systems. Sagi also volunteers as the External Relations Director of NYC for the Duvdevan Foundation.

Michael Assor

Michael is a third year student studying accounting & business management (Honors program) at the Arison school of business. Michael grew up in NY and made an Aliyah with his family at the age of 12, since then Tel-Aviv has become his new home.

Michael served as an officer for 6.5 years in Sayeret Matkal. After that he continued on to his bachelor degree while always keeping himself busy with work; CFO for Sayeret Matkal Reserve non-profit organization, managing partner at Veranda lounge bar, partner at Rubi Bar, youth counseling & military reserves. In his free time, Michael enjoys playing basketball, working out and relaxing at the beach.