“For us to really graduate to the next level, we need to attract talent at the Silicon Valley level,” said Jon Medved, the chief executive of OurCrowd, a $750m crowd-funded investment vehicle. Read more on Financial Times here.
The round was said to be “significantly oversubscribed” with investors like Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), GE, Bank Hapoalim, SVB Investments, OurCrowd, and others joining in. Read more on Crowdfund Insider here.
The round was led by Maniv Mobility with participation from OurCrowd, Next Gear Ventures, and a number of angel investors, including Hailo’s own chairman Zohar Zisapel and Chief Executive Officer at Delek Motors, Gil Agmon. Read more on Forbes here.
“I think this is a tremendous milestone in the broader appreciation of Israeli tech and innovation,” said Jon Medved, founder and CEO of the Jerusalem-based OurCrowd, one of the largest equity crowdfunding platforms in the world. Read more on The Jerusalem Post here.
Israeli artificial intelligence (AI) startup, Hailo Technologies, has closed a $12.5 million series A from Maniv Mobility, OurCrowd, and NextGear to develop a chip for deep learning on edge devices and processing of high-resolution sensory data in real time. Read more on Forbes here.
At the forefront of this cooperation is OurCrowd, the Jerusalem-based crowd equity platform, whose stable has included headline-grabbing brands like Insightec, Maniv Mobility, mPrest and dozens of others at the vanguard of Israel’s deep tech revolution. Read more on Red Herring here.
Israeli-based global equity crowdfunding company OurCrowd today announced a new business partnership with Halma, a UK-based global group of life-saving technology companies. Read more on Globes here.
After raising $50M from Sequoia, NGP, Ford, Mohan Pai, OurCrowd, Empire Angels, Venture Souq, Funders Club, Globevestor, Athene Capital, other angels, Moran raised a $40 million Series C fund from Mahindra & Mahindra. Read more on Entrepreneur India here.
Israeli crowdfunding company OurCrowd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Italy’s Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center, a subsidiary of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, to promote start-up access to international capital markets. Read more on The Jerusalem Post here.
The company’s investors include Qure Ventures, crowdfunding platform OurCrowd.com, Norma Investments, IT-Farm and a number of angel investors, including Valtech Cardio founder and CEO Amir Gross. Read more on TechCrunch here.