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SkySaver is a leader in developing a revolutionary rescue device for fire evacuation and emergency situations such as 9/11

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Edison, NJ, USA
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

SkySaver has developed a backpack designed to operate like a fire escape.
The backpack contains a mechanical drum with a 1,100 Ft. long cable made of heat resistant material. In case of evacuation, you put the backpack on your back, tighten the straps, attach the hook to the nearest possible location and climb out of the window. The system will lower you at a safe and steady rate. The backpack and cable are able to bear a weight of up to 550lb


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    Eli Gross

    Founder of GBM Group

    Experienced entrepreneur and businessman. Co-founder of Kefar Hashashuim and Dollar Store chains, recently sold to the Ribua Kachol group. Is involved in international trade in most trade sectors and in many countries around the world for the past 30 years, focusing on the American market. Eli specializes in mathematics and marketing. Major shareholder of GBM Group.

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    Chaim Romano

    MA in business administration, served in different posts in the Navy, discharged at rank of colonel.

    2005 – 2009: CEO, El-Al Israeli Airlines, responsible for managing a company of over 6,000 employees and sales volume of over one billion dollars

    2001 – 2004: Partner (Orange) Co. marketing VP, responsible for a staff of hundreds, major partner in the company’s meteoric success.

    Chaim has several graduate degrees in finance and market

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    Jacob Nakash

    EMBA in business administration, Recanati School of Business Administration – Tel Aviv University, 2002

    MSC in mechanical engineering (automation engineering), University of Michigan – USA, 1990

    BSC in mechanical engineering, Ben Gurion University, 1982

    2006 – 2011 Business development in Israel and overseas involving technological and medical systems, enterprise and consultation

    2002 – 2005: Commander, technical unit of TLD


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    Cole Schotz
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    Ernst & Young