Lisa entered the early world of the Internet upon completing her MBA in 1993. Lisa pioneered online content writing and online community management in her work for CompuServe (1994-1995), Microsoft Network (1995-1999), and the New York Times’ online subsidiary About.com (1999-2012). Lisa began creating HTML websites in 1997, and her business boomed as a result of the high quality work and personal service she offered. In response to the growing market and changing demands of website customers, Lisa founded LiveSites, a CMS website company, in 2008. LiveSites, which offers multilingual CMS website creation, hosting, maintenance, and marketing as well as multilingual, full-service newsletter systems, offers an edge of stability and expertise derived from Lisa’s extensive years of online experience.
Upon finishing his MA in Communications, Giora won a contract to create and develop an Israel Forum for CompuServe in 1994. In 1997 Giora was hired by the Israeli Ministry of Communication. There he served as a member of the Israeli Government's Internet Committee, which laid the foundation for Internet Standards in Israel. Giora then moved into the Israeli hi-tech private sector, where he managed a software company and built online applications from 1999-2008. Giora brings to LiveSites exceptional technical abilities and a passion for staying on the cutting edge.