An Israeli music artist turned entrepreneur, Yoni Bloch is the CEO and cofounder of Eko, an interactive entertainment company that designs, develops, markets and enables the creation of interactive videos. The company was born in when Bloch and his bandmates invented a technology to create groundbreaking music videos with branching storylines. Backed by Sequoia Capital, MGM, and others, Eko has since launched several interactive experiences, and has a packed slate in EY is a global leader in assurance, consulting, strategy and transactions, and tax services.
Bloch grew up in Beersheba  and at the age of 17 moved with his family to Lehavim. He started taking piano lessons when he was 6 years old, taught himself to play the guitar and the drums, and at 14 started to write songs and to compose music. He also learned how to write computer programs at an early age on a Commodore 64, a skill he'd later use with his bandmates when they created the technology for the interactive media startup and technology startup Eko .
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