Guy Resheff

Guy brings to Grove over 20 years of venture capital, general management, strategic marketing and engineering experience.
Most recently, Guy was an investor with Tallwood Venture Capital, a Silicon Valley VC, where he sourced and led the investment in Wilocity which was acquired by Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM).
Guy was also a member of the board’s executive committee at Quintic Microelectronics, a Beijing based company, where he helped lead the company’s pivot into the IoT market. Following this transition, the company was acquired by NXP (NASDAQ:NXPI). In addition, Guy was an observer on the boards of Silicon Clocks (acquired by Silicon Labs), Ozmo Devices (acquired by Atmel) and Wave Semiconductors.
Previously, Guy was a founder and President of wireless chip provider Provigent which was acquired by Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO). In this role, Guy pioneered microwave radio technology which enabled scalable 3G and 4G data networks.
As a graduate of Talpiot, the Israeli Defense Force’s (IDF) most prestigious academic training program, he spent eight years developing satellite wireless communication systems, and won numerous awards for his contribution to the Israeli space program.