Israel’s LinkedIn clone gets Russian money by Pavel Marceux in Financials / Deals 09 Jun 2016 Unomy, Israel’s version of the business network LinkedIn, received a capital injection of $2.4 million U.S. from two Russian venture funds, and a U.S. seed-stage investor. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. Share israellinkedinrussiaUnomyventure funds Pavel Marceux Pavel Marceux joined AIM Group in 2014 as a writer focusing on the Russian market. Following his MA at Edinburgh University, he worked in a number of countries, including Turkey and Japan. Pavel has honed his skills and knowledge at several publishing houses and consumer markets research firms. He is an experienced markets analyst, researcher and editor, who values accuracy, professionalism and honesty in his work above all else. His specialist focus is technology, economics and consumer trends. Splitting his lifestyle largely between London and Moscow, Pavel functions on a truly international platform.