Ayelet Noff

Ayelet Noff

Ayelet Noff is the Founder and CEO of SlicedBrand, a leading PR agency located in Europe & the US, and led by an award-winning team. Our senior team with 30 years of experience, has successfully led the PR activities of over a thousand technology companies in various fields, including AI, blockchain, mobile, cybersecurity, fintech, and many more. We work with a wide range of clients from enterprises, as large as Microsoft, Google, Deutsche Telekom, to mid-sized companies such as Viber, Waze, and JFrog, and also early-stage stealth startups.

Ayelet has represented more than 300 blockchain companies, including IOTA, Waves, Bancor, Status.IM, Celsius, and Winding Tree.

Ayelet has been named as one of the five female rock stars leading the crypto scene in 2018: (https://www.forbes.com/sites/montymunford/2018/02/27/five-female-rock-stars-leading-the-crypto-scene-in-2018/#5fa9eaae5d13 ). And in 2017, Ayelet was named by Business Insider as one of the world’s 50 best public relations people in the tech industry: ( https://www.businessinsider.com/the-best-pr-people-in-tech-of-2017-8?r=DE&IR=T#45-ayelet-noff-blonde-20-7 ). She has been a regular contributor at publications such as VentureBeat, Forbes, The Next Web, TechCrunch, and Mashable, and was also the host of ‘Startups Around the World’ on the i24 News Channel.

She has led the PR activities of over a thousand companies, and lectures on how to pitch the media in conferences around the world.

The Latest from Ayelet Noff

Kwaga – Organizing your e-mail with semantic search

I am drowning in e-mail. Like many web workers, my life is in my e-mail. Everything – work schedules, meetings, personal appointments – is in my e-mail. Those who follow my tweets know tha

Video Interview: BaseKit – Dynamic web dev, no programming required

BaseKit is an automatic site builder for websites – No XHTML/CSS, PHP, Perl, or other programming languages required. BaseKit lets web designers build websites quickly and easily. It differs fro

Video Profile: UberVU – Mapping conversations across the web

While at the recent Seedcamp Speed Dating event, I was introduced to UberVU. UberVU provides a single location to track conversations across multiple locations and sites. This social aggregation tool

Qype – What's the latest at the "European Yelp"?

I met Qype last week at the Seedcamp Speed Dating event as part of the Traveling Geeks tour.  Here’s a quick heads-up if you’re new to it: Qype is a way to discover new places (restaurant

Corporate Blogging Through the Ages – Skype then and now

[In her final post from the Travelling Geeks tour to London, Ayelet Noff talks to Scoble and Skype – Ed] My fellow Traveling Geeks companion, Robert Scoble (aka the Scobleizer) and Peter Parks f

Video: Interview with multiple award winner Spotify at #Europas

As you may well have heard, the big winner at The Europas Awards on Thursday night was Spotify, which won four awards (Best We app, Best New Startup, Best Founder Team and the Grand Prix). Here’s Sh

Is journalism dead in the 21st Century?

The Traveling Geeks gathered together for a great turnout (despite the torrential downpours) at the Guardian’s Media Talk (live) podcast. Our agenda was to discuss journalism and it’s rapi

Scoble, Newmark and Foremski talk about the Traveling Geeks trip in London

Robert Scoble, Craig Newmark and Tom Foremski discuss what they have learned so far on the Traveling Geeks tour in London and what differences they see between Silicon Valley and the London tech scene

Traveling Geeks – On the road in the UK

The following is a guest post by Ayelet Noff, who is part of the Traveling Geeks contingent of bloggers. This morning we had a breakfast with Tristan Wilkinson, Intel’s Director of Public Sector and

SimilarWeb’s integration with Twitter is, well, questionable

Web applications and services are all the rage right now and Twitter app creations are even hotter. So, not soon after SimilarWeb launched its website, their sister project SimilarSites, which is basi