Tovit Neizer

Business Storyteller

Don't look at your feet to see if you are doing it right. Just dance.

About ME

With over 15 years’ experience of marketing and business development, Tovit is a multidisciplinary expert who helps companies craft their business story.
She started as a journalist (magazine and investigative reporting), founded a content company, invented the first kids’ podcast way before that word was invented, and published a novel.
Caught up with the startup bug, she then founded 2 startups and led the marketing and business development of a 3rd startup that was acquired.

Shifting sides, in 2021 she established Yellow Bricks, a consultancy boutique devoted towards helping companies create and sharpen their business story and their on-stage presentation, in order to draw the right leads and leave a strong mark.
Tovit works with early stage startups as well as established companies to unveil their UVP (unique value proposition) and accelerate their communication with their market, be it online or in person.

Tovit is best known for her flagship workshop “Warming Cold Outreach” where she teaches how to write cold emails fearlessly and methodologically (tailored for BDR and SDR teams).
In her workshop “Ace Your Meetings” she teaches managers how to upgrade their performance in business meetings and actively listen, and in her workshop “What’s the story with Storytelling?” she teaches how to turn your employees into brand ambassadors.

Tovit constantly receives excellent feedback from her workshops’ participants – both in person and virtually. She is available for team and company workshops, and ad-hoc as well as on-going strategic consulting. Located in the East coast time zone, Tovit has the ability to support and service businesses in North America.
Tovit is a mother of two young daughters and resides in Toronto, Canada. She is an enthusiast climber (outdoors and indoor bouldering) and in her spare time, she experiments with stand up comedy and mentors startups at Founder Institute.

My recommendations

  • Find balance and embrace it 
  • Invest a portion of your time in pro bono work. Volunteering has positive effect on the one giving not less than on the one receiving
  • Invest another portion of your time in reading. It will bring you balance (Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott is a great read that can teach you many things on writing, stories and life)


  • Masters in English Literature, Tel Aviv university
  • B.A in Economics and English Literature, Tel Aviv university