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Comedy is serious business.  And the business of venture capital is quite a seroius business in its own right.

And both will be on hand at The Israel Conference on October 21 / 22 in L.A.

As General Partner for the newly formed Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, he’ll be on the look-out for cool mobile-centric companies like yours.

Since 1998 Guy has been involved with developing and commercializing innovative technologies in the mobile, Internet and enterprise software space — in startups, corporates and as a venture capital investor.

In Deutsche Telekom, Guy heads the Israeli office, focusing on early-stage venture investments and commercial relationships between the group or its affiliates (T-Mobile, T-Systems etc.) and Israeli companies, via partnerships, investment or joint ventures.

And in L.A., he will looking for who — and what is next in mobile.

Barak Shragai has a compelling vision to create the first digital comedy network focused on mobile.

Barak will be a featured speaker during the Israel Conference in L.A. on October 21 / 22, sharing his insights on what’s to come at his startup, Comedy.com.

If you want to get a glimpse of the future of comedy, and the entire business of media and mobile entertainment, L.A. will be the place to be.