iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – May 2020

Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market. 

This May we tracked 28 announced deals totaling at approximately $582.5 Million, and 3 exits of $1.085 Billion

IT & Enterprise Software and Miscellaneous Semiconductors were the two top performing sectors this month.  Verint, a company that provides end-to-end programs and consulting services to deliver actionable intelligence for customer engagement optimization; security intelligence; and fraud, risk, and compliance, received $200 Million from Apax Partners. Xsight Labs, a company that developed chipset semiconductors designed to accelerate data-intensive workloads, collected $55 Million in a series B financing round from A&E Investments, Atreides Management, Battery Ventures, Inphi, Intel Capital, M12, Valor Equity Partners, Xilinx Ventures and Private Investors. 

On the M&A side, we tracked one large acquisition in the sector of Communications. Moovit, a free local transit planner, featuring live arrival & departure times, updated line schedules, local station maps, and service alerts, was acquired by Intel for $1 Billion. We also tracked one IPO in the field of Life Sciences. Ayala Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage precision oncology company dedicated to developing and commercializing potential small molecule therapeutics for patients suffering from rare and aggressive cancers, collected $55 Million in its Initial Public Offering on the NASDAQ Global Market.

May 2020 Investment Highlights

Seed Rounds

  • BeeHero, an iAngels portfolio company that helps farmers increase their crop yield by maximizing crop pollination, closed $4 Million in a seed round from iAngels, Direct Round, J-Ventures, Plug & Play, Rabo Food & Agri Innovation Fund and UpWest.

A Rounds 

  • Orca Security, a company that developed a cloud information security solution capable of detecting vulnerabilities, malware, configuration errors, and sensitive insecure information, collected $20 Million in a series A financing round led by GGV Capital with participation from Hyperwise Ventures, StoneMill Ventures, SVCI, YL Ventures and Private Investors.
  • Deel, a company that simplifies compliance and payments at scale for companies hiring contractors globally, including onboarding, localized contracts, rights of work document requests, and tax form and invoice generation, received $14 Million in a series A financing round led by Andreessen Horowitz with participation from AltaIR Capital, La Famiglia, Recursive Ventures, Sarona Ventures, Soma Capital, Weekend Fund and Private Investors. 
  • D-ID, a company that allows organizations to enhance security and ensure their customers’ and employees’ privacy by removing sensitive biometric Personally Identifiable Information from videos and still images, closed $13.5 Million in a series A financing round led by AXA Venture Partners with participation from AI Alliance, Hyundai CRADLE, Maverick Ventures Israel, Mindset Ventures, Omron Ventures and Pitango.  
  • AccessiBe, a company that developed a web accessibility platform intended to make digital space fully accessible to people with disabilities, raised $12 Million in a series A financing round led by K1 with participation from Glilot Capital and Private Investors. 
  • Source Defense, a company that provides real time threat protection against vulnerabilities originating in third-party scripts such as Magecart & Formjacking attacks, collected $10.5 Million in a series A financing round led by Capital One Growth Ventures with participation from AllegisCyber, Connecticut Innovations, Global Brain, JVP and NightDragon Security.
  • GreenEye, a company that focuses on precision agriculture aiming to dramatically reduce chemical usage while increasing productivity and profitability for farmers, received $7 Million in a series A financing round led by JVP with participation from 2B Angels, Hike Ventures, Hyperplane Venture Capital, One Way Ventures, Panache Ventures and Syngenta Ventures.
  • NewSight, a company that manufactures advanced CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) image sensor chips created for short-range LiDAR applications, closed $7 Million in a series A financing round led by Infinity I-China with participation from EnnoVenture, Infore, Likai Li, Wadi Ventures Fund, Undisclosed Chinese Investors and Private Investors.
  • Alike, a company that uses artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing, and big data to empower patients by helping them monitor their own conditions, raised $5 Million in a series A financing round led by Pitango HealthTech with participation from private Investors.
  • HUB Security, a company that provides cyber-security solutions for large financial institutions and other banking, cloud, and blockchain enterprises, collected $5 Million in a series A financing round led by AXA Venture Partners with participation from OurCrowd. 
  • Nanofabrica, a company that combines patented hardware with proprietary materials to develop 3D-printing solutions, received $4 Million in a series A financing round led by M12 with participation from Alpha Venture Partners, F2 Venture Capital, i3 Equity Partners Fund, NextLeap Ventures and Private Investors. 
  • Fize Medical, a company that provides innovative solutions for the accurate, real-time monitoring of vital signs, closed $2 Million in a series A financing round from Mendham and Rapha Capital management.
  • Neema, a company that provides global financial services and specializes in providing digital wallet services and money transfers to populations that do not adequately respond to the existing financial system, such as foreign workers and others, raised $1.5 Million in a series A financing round from Discount Capital.

B Rounds 

  • Xsight Labs, a company that developed chipset semiconductors designed to accelerate data-intensive workloads, collected $55 Million in a series B financing round from A&E Investments, Atreides Management, Battery Ventures, Inphi, Intel Capital, M12, Valor Equity Partners, Xilinx Ventures and Private Investors. 
  • Semperis, a company that provides cyber preparedness, incident response and disaster recovery solutions for enterprise directory services, received $40 Million in a series B financing round led by Insight Partners with participation from Edgewater Equity, Maverick Ventures Israel, Mindset Ventures, WTV and Private Investors. 
  • Zeitgold, a company that aims to help small businesses reduce financial related paperwork by combining experts and artificial intelligence, closed $30 Million in a series B financing round led by Vintage with participation from AXA Venture Partners, Battery Ventures, Btov Partners, DTCP Fund, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, Saban Ventures Fund and Private Investors.  
  • RapidAPI, a company that allows developers to easily discover and connect to the world’s top APIs and manage multiple API connections in one place, raised $25 Million in a series B financing round from 500 Startups, Andreessen Horowitz, DNS Capital, FundersClub, Green Bay Ventures, Grove Ventures, M12, SV Angel and Private Investors. 
  • CyberBit, a company that offers cyber security solutions for sensitive and valuable systems in government, military, enterprise, academia, and other fields, received a $70 Million investment from Charslesbank Technology Opportunities Fund, where $48 Million was paid for existing shareholders in the company while the remaining $22 Million was collected by CyberBit in a series B financing round led by Charlesbank Technology Opportunities Fund with participation from Claridge Israel.  
  • IRP Systems, a company that specializes in high-performance electric powertrain systems for a variety of e-mobility platforms, enabling powerful and affordable electric vehicles, received $17 Million in a series B financing round led by Fosun RZ Capital with participation from Cendana Capital, Champion Motors, Entrée Capital Israel, JAL Ventures, Tal Capital, Union Tech Ventures and a Private Investor.  
  • Saturas, a company that developed a tiny sensor for measuring the water potential in the breed, which can help optimize the use of irrigation water and obtain a quality crop in orchards and vineyards, closed $3 Million in a series B financing round from Amir Marketing and Investments, Gefen Capital Fund, Hubei Forbon, Israel Farmers’ Union, Miguel Torres Winery SA Trendlines Agrifood and a Private Investor.

C Rounds 

  • Nanit, a company that developed computer vision and machine learning algorithms to monitor and understand babies’ behavior patterns, received $21 Million in a series C financing round co-led by JVP, Rho, RRE and Upfront Ventures with participation from 645 Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Flex, Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Story Ventures, Vaal Investment Partners, Vulcan Capital, Wareness and a Private Investor.  
  • FundBox, a company that offers small-business owners a simple way to solve their cash flow issues by instantly clearing outstanding invoices, raised $20 Million in a series C financing round from MUFG Innovation Partners.
  • LawGeex, a company that uses artificial intelligence to automate contract analysis and testing and provides transaction acceleration solutions alongside contract protection, collected $20 Million in a series C financing round from Aleph, Corner Ventures, La Maison, LionBird, LooI, Moonbow, Power Capital, RSP Fund and a Private Investor. 

Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

  • Verint, a company that provides end-to-end programs and consulting services to deliver actionable intelligence for customer engagement optimization; security intelligence; and fraud, risk, and compliance, received $200 Million from Apax Partners. 
  • Pluristem, a clinical-stage biotherapy company using placental cells and a unique, proprietary 3D technology platform to develop cell therapies for conditions such as inflammation, ischemia, muscle injuries, hematological disorders and exposure to radiation, closed $15 Million from undisclosed institutional investors.
  • Regulus Cyber, a company that offers sensor security, enabling uninterrupted, continuous operation under malicious attacks or accidental interference to sensors, collected $4 Million in a bridge financing round led by SPDG Ventures with participation from Btov Partners, Canaan Israel, F2 Venture Capital, Sierra Ventures, T3-Technion Technology Transfer, Technion DRIVE and Private Investors.
  • Check-Cap, a clinical stage medical diagnostics company focused on the development of innovative imaging devices, received $3 Million from undisclosed institutional investors. 
  • ScoutCam, a company that specializes in developing minimally invasive endosurgical tools and imaging solutions, raised $2 Million from a Private Investor.

M&A and IPOs

  • Moovit, a free local transit planner, featuring live arrival & departure times, updated line schedules, local station maps, and service alerts, was acquired by Intel for $1 Billion.  
  • Ayala Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage precision oncology company dedicated to developing and commercializing potential small molecule therapeutics for patients suffering from rare and aggressive cancers, collected $55 Million in its Initial Public Offering on the NASDAQ Global Market.
  • Surf, a company that develops and markets high-density multimedia processing technologies in a wide variety of formats for telecommunication infrastructures, military deployments, and CTI applications, was acquired by Lytx with regard to the video division for $30 Million.

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iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – April 2020

Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market. 

Over the past few months, the world has been rocked by the rapid and global spread of the Coronavirus. With the expectation of restrictions starting to ease, so too has funding increased compared to the month of March. 

This April we tracked 36 announced deals totaling approximately $720.6 Million, and 1 exit of $67 Million

IT & Enterprise Software and Miscellaneous Semiconductors were the two top performing sectors this month. Biocatch, an iAngels portfolio company that delivers behavioral biometrics, analyzing human-device interactions to protect users and sensitive data, raised $145 Million in a series C financing round led by Bain Capital Tech Opportunities with participation from Amex Ventures, Blumberg Capital, CreditEase FinTech Fund, Industry Ventures, Janvest, Maverick Capital, Nexstar Partners and OurCrowd. Vast Data, a company that simplifies data centers and redefining how organizations interact with data with its Universal Storage concept, collected $100 Million in a series C financing round led by Next47 with participation from 83North, Commonfund Capital, Dell Capital, Greenfield Partners, GS Growth, Mellanox Capital and NVP.  

On the M&A side, we tracked one acquisition in the field of Life Sciences. ApiFix, a company that develops a minimally invasive, deformity correction system for the treatment of progressive adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS), was acquired by OrthoPediatrics for $67 Million.

April 2020 Investment Highlights

Seed Rounds

  • Corsight AI,a company that facilitates the identification of individuals within population concentrations, while dealing with face and costume covers, lighting difficulties, remote detection, challenging angles and more, closed $5 Million in a seed round from Awz HLS.
  • Arti.tv, a company that provides the ability to create augmented-reality stories full of insights, data, and information, raised $4 Million in a seed round led by Axon Ventures Fund with participation from Private Investors.  
  • SuperTrans Medical, a biopharmaceutical company developing novel antibiotics by improving the properties of existing FDA compounds following chemical conjugation to a unique transporter technology called Guanidinium-Rich Molecular Transporter (GRMoTr), collected $2 Million in a seed round from Mediforum.
  • Pileus, a computer software company that offers a platform designed to optimize cloud-based software with cloud-related accounts, received $1 Million in a seed round from Private Investors.
  • SOSense, a company that developed a new device that can prevent potential drownings, without using cameras, closed $1 Million in a seed round led by Cresson Management with participation from IPE and Private Investors. (The article is in Hebrew.) 

     

    A Rounds 

    • Tonkean, a process management and automation platform that manages processes, connects systems, automates work, and coordinates people, allowing teams to focus on what matters, raised $24 Million in a series A financing round led by Lightspeed with participation from Foundation Capital, Magma and Slow Ventures.
    • Bridgecrew, a company that develops and delivers security as a code, so anyone, anywhere can deploy the defenses needed to protect their cloud infrastructure, collected $14 Million in a series A financing round led by Battery Ventures with participation from DNX Ventures, Homeward Ventures, NFX, Sorenson Capital, Tectonic Ventures and Private Investors.  
    • Granulate, a company that develops a product to improve real-time performance of cloud servers and solves the trade-off between service quality and costs, and provides customers with high-quality results through improved infrastructure performance, received $12 Million in a series A financing round led by Insight Partners with participation from Hetz Ventures, TLV Partners and Private Investors. 
    • MigVax, a company that develops a sub-unit corona vaccine through the use of a chimeric protein that introduces the viral proteins into the immune system through the pharynx, closed $12 Million in a series A financing round led by OurCrowd with participation from Private Investors. 
    • Orchestra Group, a company that developed a platform that combines multiple security abilities and products into a unified platform which allows for a more effective construction and enforcement of organizational security policies, raised $7.5 Million in a series A financing round led by PRYTEK with participation from Founders Group, PICO Partners, Target Global and a Private Investor.
    • XRHealth, a medical device company that develops XR (VR/AR) therapeutic platform consisting of innovative, immersive, therapeutic applications which address a wide variety of neuro-cognitive, emotional and physical symptoms, collected $7 Million in a series A financing round from 20/20 HCP, Bridges Israel Fund and Flint Capital. 
    • Addionics, a company that has developed a scalable 3D metal fabrication method to enhance car battery performance, increase mileage and safety, and reduce cost and charging time, raised $6 Million in a series A financing round led by Next Gear Fund with participation from a Private Investor. 
    • ZES, a company that automates climate comfort in every room while optimizing workload and reducing energy consumption, received $5.3 Million in a series A financing round led by SCG with participation from Fusion LA, Israel G-Tek and Private Investors. (The article is in Hebrew.) 
    • MyndYou,  a platform that provides tools for maintaining cognitive abilities through technology based on passive monitoring approach, novel cognitive assessment method, and AI-generated, actionable insights, closed $4 Million in a series A financing round led by AI Life Sciences Investments with participation from Amplifyher Ventures, Daybreak Capital Partners, First Round Capital, Impact First and Musketeer Capital.   
    • URECSYS, an iAngels portfolio company that has developed a unique machine learning and data-rich, scientific algorithm for smart prediction and control of indoor pollution, collected $3 Million in a series A financing round led by iAngels with participation from MYN Investments and Private Investors.  
    • AgroScout, a company that is developing an autonomous scouting system that uses deep learning algorithms based on artificial intelligence to allow quick, efficient detection, identification, and monitoring of crop diseases throughout the entire field, received $3 Million in a series A financing round led by Kibbutz Yiron with participation from Agriline, Trendlines Incubators and Private investors via  ExitValley.   

     

    B Rounds 

    • Cheetah Technologies, a company that offers business owners a simple, affordable and fast solution for the procurement of their daily supplies, closed $36 Million in a series B financing round led by Eclipse Ventures with participation from AltaIR Capital, BoxGroup, Floodgate, Hanaco VC, ICONIQ Capital and a Private Investor.  
    • Tabit, a company that has developed a complete restaurant system for all functions, seating management, reception of diners, online ordering, self ordering Kiosk, staff & kitchen management and tablet-based waiters, raised $35 Million in a series B financing round led by Vertex with participation from Harel Insurance Investments and Financial Services, Pitango and Private Investors.
    • CyberMDX, a company that offers a comprehensive security solution that enables the identification and learning of medical device and critical network assets automatically and protection without interference of the device itself, collected $20 Million in a series B financing round led by Sham with participation from Goldbell Investments, OurCrowd, Pitango and Private Investors. 
    • Scopio, a company that has designed and built a computational microscope and developed a proprietary diagnostics platform to enable quality microscopic analysis, received $16 Million in a series B financing round from OurCrowd, Aurum, LR Group, Mivtach Shamir, Olive Tree, Targum Shlishi and Private Investors.  
    • Secret Double Octopus, a software company specializing in passwordless authentication for enterprise environments that is highly resistant to common attacks such as phishing, MITM and cracking, closed $15 Million in a series B financing round from Benhamou Global Ventures, Global Brain, Iris Capital, JVP, KDDI Open Innovation Fund, Liberty Israel, Sony Financial Ventures and a Private Investor.  
    • InnovoPro, a company that develops protein powder from hummus and among others, produces ice creams, milk substitutes and protein for bodybuilders, raised $15 Million in a series B financing round led by JVP with participation from Bits x Bites, CPT Capital, ELSA, Food Future, Foodlab Capital, ID Capital, IDB Holding Corp, Jesselson, Living Essentials, MedGenesis, Migros, Yara Ventures, Shin Shin and Private Investors.
    • Hargol FoodTech, a company that has developed an innovative farm system for high-quality and sustainable grasshopper protein production, collected $3 Million in a series B financing round co-led by Sirius Venture Capital and SLJ with participation from Private Investors.   
    • By Next, a mobile application for on-demand laundry & dry-cleaning service where users can have their laundry or dry-cleaning picked up and delivered to their door, received $1.5 Million in a series B financing round from AddVenture. (The article is in Hebrew.)
    • V-Check, a company that developed a digital payment platform that allows sending and receiving digital checks which are transferred directly to the bank account, closed $0.5 Million in a series B financing round from Private Investors. (The article is in Hebrew.)   

         

        C Rounds 

        • Biocatch, an iAngels portfolio company that delivers behavioral biometrics, analyzing human-device interactions to protect users and precious data, raised $145 Million in a series C financing round led by Bain Capital Tech Opportunities with participation from Amex Ventures, Blumberg Capital, CreditEase FinTech Fund, Industry Ventures, Janvest, Maverick Capital, Nexstar Partners and OurCrowd. 
        • Vast Data, a company that simplifies data centers and redefines how organizations interact with data with its Universal Storage concept, collected $100 Million in a series C financing round led by Next47 with participation from 83North, Commonfund Capital, Dell Capital, Greenfield Partners, GS Growth, Mellanox Capital and NVP.
        • Otonomo, a company that provides car manufacturers, drivers, and service providers with a cloud-based solution that connects millions of cars, received $46 Million in a series C financing round led by SK Holdings with participation from Alliance Ventures, Avis, Bessemer, Cerca Fund, ClalTech, Delphi Venture Capital, EMC Ventures, Hearst Ventures, LocalGlobe, Maniv Mobility, NTT DOCOMO Ventures and StageOne. 
        • GlassBox, a company that provides businesses with big-data behavioral and analytics solutions for web and mobile apps, closed $40 Million in a series C financing round led by Brighton Park Capital with participation from CE Ventures, Gefen Capital Fund, Ibex Investors Sapir Venture Partners, Updata Partners and Private Investors. 
        • Anodot, a company that monitors all data for revenue impacting incidents in real-time, raised $35 Million in a series C financing round led by Intel Capital with participation from Aleph, Disruptive Technologies Fund, Greylock Israel, La Maison, Redline Capital, Samsung Next and SoftBank Ventures Asia.  
        • Pi-Cardia, a medical device company developing a low-profile catheter for treating aortic stenosis, a serious valve disease, collected $27 Million in a C series financing round led by Sofinnova with participation from Accelmed, Anatomy Medical Technologies Fund, CBI, Fondi Atlante Ventures, Innogest, JVC, LongTec China Ventures, VI Ventures, Zaitoun Ventures and Private Investors.   
        • SafeBreach, a company that provides a “hacker’s view” of an enterprise’s security posture to proactively predict attacks, validate security controls and improve SOC analyst response, received $19 Million in a series C financing round led by OCV with participation from Cerca Fund, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, DNX Venture, Draper Nexus, Hewlett Packard Pathfinder, Maverick Ventures, Pathfinder, PayPal and Sequoia Israel. 
        • Juganu, a technology company providing solutions for the professional Lighting and Communication market, closed $18 Million in a series C financing round led by Comcast Ventures with participation from Amdocs Ventures, Armada Investment Management, BM Holdings, OurCrowd and Viola Growth. 
        • Gauzy, a vendor of material science, focused on developing, manufacturing, and marketing LCG® (light control glass) technology, raised $10 Million in a C series financing round led by Hyundai CRADLE with participation from Avery Dennison Corporate Venture Capital Program, BlueRed, Ibex Investors, Olive Tree and Waarde Capital.  

                       

                      Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

                      • Amiad, a company that develops and produces water treatment and filtration solutions, collected $22 Million from FIMI.
                      • Check-Cap, a clinical stage medical diagnostics company focused on the development of innovative imaging devices, received $4.5 Million from Undisclosed Institutional Investors.  

                       

                      M&A and IPOs

                      • ApiFix, a company that develops a minimally invasive, deformity correction system for the treatment of progressive adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS), was acquired by OrthoPediatrics for $67 Million.

                       

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                      iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – March 2020

                      Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market. 

                      Over the past month, the world has been rocked by the rapid and global spread of the Coronavirus. Most countries went into lockdown to contain the spread of the virus. As a result, economic activity slowed across the world. 

                      This March we tracked 20 announced deals totaling approximately $297.65 Million, and 2 exits totaling approximately $1.45 Billion

                      Miscellaneous Semiconductors and IT & Enterprise Software were the two top performing sectors this month. Hailo, a company that develops a breakthrough microprocessor based on a disruptive proprietary technology for deep learning applications, that will deliver data center performance to edge devices, closed $60 Million in a series B financing  round co-led by ABB Technology Ventures and NEC with participation from Glory Venture, Latitude Ventures, Maniv Mobility, Next Gear Fund, OurCrowd and Private Investors. Axonius, a cybersecurity asset management company that gives organizations a comprehensive asset inventory, uncovers security solution coverage gaps, and automatically validates and enforces security policies, closed $58 Million in a series C financing round led by Lightspeed with participation from Bessemer, Emerge Fund, OpenView, Vertex, WTI and YL Ventures. 

                      On the M&A side, one large acquisition was made in the field of IT & Enterprise Software and one other acquisition in the field of Life Sciences. Checkmarx, a company that develops software solutions used to identify, fix and block security vulnerabilities in web and mobile applications, was acquired by Hellman & Friedman for $1.15 Billion. STERO Biotechs, a company that develops cannabidiol (“CBD”) for co-administration with steroids, so that the effective doses of steroids can be significantly reduced, thereby potentially avoiding or reducing the many safety issues relating to steroid administration, was acquired by Kalytera for $30 Million.

                      March 2020 Investment Highlights

                      A Rounds 

                      • Quantum Machines, a company that develops operation and control systems for quantum computers, hardware and software that allow to realize the potential of quantum computing, raised $17.5 Million in a series A financing round co-led by Harel Insurance Investments and Financial Services and a Private Investor with participation Battery Ventures, Meron Capital Fund and TLV Partners.
                      • Axis Security, a company that develops a solution for private, secure and simple access to enterprise applications in enterprise clouds and enterprise servers, collected $14 Million in a series A financing round led by TenEleven Ventures with participation from CyberStarts Fund and Private Investors.
                      • ePlane, a company that is a free end-to-end sourcing solution for the aviation industry, connecting buyers, sellers & MROs from across the world, received $9 Million in a series A financing round led by Marubeni Ventures with participation from Cockpit and Private Investors.  
                      • URECSYS, an iAngels portfolio company and an environmental health technology pioneer in the battle against urban air pollution, closed $4 Million in a series A financing round from iAngels, GRG Patents, MYN Investments and Private Investors. 
                      • Sepio, a cyber security company that provides security teams with full visibility into their hardware assets and their behavior in real time, raised $4 Million in series A financing round led by Munich Re Ventures with participation from Hanaco VC.
                      • TetaVi, a high-tech company that focuses on developing a method and system to generate high quality Free Viewpoint Video (FVV) content for sports, broadcast and virtual reality applications to be viewed on all available screens, collected $4 Million in a series A financing round led by REDDS Capital with participation from Asia Alpha Private Equity, MJR-09 Family Trust, Pix Vine Capital, Sandler Investments and Stone Family Partners.
                      • Y-Platform, a company that runs a large online video channel for the Chinese audience to understand the young generation of foreigners in China, received $3.5 Million in a series A financing round from Kunlun, Weibo Corp and a Private Investor. 
                      • Odix, a software company that uses unique algorithm to neutralize any malware including ransomware, known and unknown from most commonly used files which are one of the most popular cyber-attack vectors, closed $2.1 Million in a series A financing round from Club 100 Plus, EMET Computing, Keiretsu Forum and Private Investors. 
                      • Pruvo, a company that developed an app that will track the price the users paid when booking the hotel, and notify them as soon as it’s down, so they can cancel it, and book the exact same room, at the new, lower price, raised $1.1 Million in a series A financing round co-led by SeedRocket 4Founders and Private Investors with participation from a Private Investor.

                        B Rounds 

                        • Hailo, a company that develops a breakthrough microprocessor based on a disruptive proprietary technology for deep learning applications, that will deliver data center performance to edge devices, closed $60 Million in a series B financing  round co-led by ABB Technology Ventures and NEC with participation from Glory Venture, Latitude Ventures, Maniv Mobility, Next Gear Fund, OurCrowd and Private Investors.
                        • Air Doctor, is a marketplace of doctors for tourists traveling abroad, making it easy to find a trusted and licensed doctor nearby and schedule an immediate appointment, raised $7.8 Million in a series B financing round from Kamet Ventures and Pheonix Investment and Finances. 
                        • OrthoSpin, a company focused on developing a smart external fixation system to allow real-time physician follow-up and to reduce dependency on patient compliance, received $5 Million in a series B financing round led by Johnson & Johnson Innovation with help from Trendlines Incubators and Private Investors.  
                        • Anchora Medical, a company that developed an automatic, single-use suturing device for the approximation of soft tissue during minimally invasive surgeries, closed $4.5 Million in a series B financing round co-led by Hoya and Tal Capital with participation from RLI and a Private Investor.
                        • Perimeter 81, a network security company that is designed to simplify secure network, cloud and application access for the modern and distributed workforce, raised $4.5 Million in a series B financing round led by Toba Capital with help from JAL Ventures, SonicWall, Spring Ventures and a Private Investor.  

                        C Rounds 

                        • Axonius, a cybersecurity asset management company that gives organizations a comprehensive asset inventory, uncovers security solution coverage gaps, and automatically validates and enforces security policies, closed $58 Million in a s series C financing round led by Lightspeed with participation from Bessemer, Emerge Fund, OpenView, Vertex, WTI and YL Ventures. 
                        • Pyramid Analytics, a company that offers a business intelligence and analytics platform that enables individuals, from power users to knowledge workers to decision makers, to transform their organization into a data-driven business, raised $25 Million in a series C financing round led by JVP with help from Maor, Sequoia Israel, Viola Growth and Viola Partners. 
                        • BioSight, a pharmaceutical development company that is focused on the development of therapeutics to enable safer and more effective treatment for life-threatening diseases, collected $19 Million in a series C financing round from Arkin Bio Ventures, Ilan Holdings, Israel Biotech Fund, Primera Capital, SBI JI Innovation Fund, Shine Global Family Office and Private Investors. 
                        • Anagog, a company that utilizes its JedAI suite of products to enable mobile phones to understand users’ real-world behaviors and real-time context, received $10 Million in a series C financing round co-led by IN Venture and MizMaa Ventures with participation from Continental AG, Daimler M&A Tech Invest, GigOptix Inc, Porsche Ventures, Skoda and Union Tech Ventures. 

                        Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

                        • Protalix, a pharmaceutical company that manufactures a plant-based enzyme, taliglucerase alfa, which has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for the treatment of Gaucher disease, closed $43.7 Million in a series C financing round from Alrov, Citi, Highbridge Capital, More Investment House, Psagot, Rosalind Capital Partners and UBS O’Connor. 
                        • ScoutCam, a company that specializes in developing minimally invasive endosurgical tools and imaging solutions, collected $0.948 Million in a series C financing round from Undisclosed Investors.

                        M&A and IPOs

                        • Checkmarx, a company that develops software solutions used to identify, fix and block security vulnerabilities in web and mobile applications, was acquired by Hellman & Friedman for $1.15 Billion.
                        • STERO Biotechs, a company that develops cannabidiol (“CBD”) for co-administration with steroids, so that the effective doses of steroids can be significantly reduced, thereby potentially avoiding or reducing the many safety issues relating to steroid administration, was acquired by Kalytera for $30 Million.

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                        iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – February 2020

                        Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                        This February we tracked 29 announced deals totaling approximately $742 Million, and 7 exits totaling approximately $2.28 Billion

                        Life Sciences and PropTech were the two top performing sectors this month. Karius, a life sciences company that is focused on conquering infectious diseases through the innovative use of next-generation sequencing to analyze microbial cell-free DNA, closed $165 Million in a series B financing round led by Softbank Vision Fund with participation from aMoon, Data Collective, General Catalyst, HBM, Innovation Endeavors, Khosla Ventures, Lightspeed, Spectrum 28 and Tencent Exploration. Veev, a company that brings an inventive spirit to the construction and real estate development, raised $97 Million in a series B financing round from Eclipse Ventures, Greenspring Associates, Khosla Ventures, Zeev Ventures and Lennar Ventures.

                        On the M&A side, two large acquisitions were made in the field of Enterprise Software and one large acquisition in the field of Life Sciences. ForeScout, a company that delivers pervasive network security by allowing organizations to continuously monitor and mitigate security exposures and cyber attacks, was acquired by Advent and Crosspoint Capital for $1.9 Billion. CyberX, a company that developed a system that provides protection to networks in factories and industrial control systems by analyzing current activity and anomaly detection through machine learning, was acquired by Microsoft for $150 Million. Further, Simplee, a company that empowers healthcare providers to engage patients as consumers and transform payment into a trusted, self-service experience, was acquired by Flywire for $100 Million.

                        February 2020 Investment Highlights

                        A Rounds 

                        • Mavrik, a company that developed a fully automated and regulatory compliant treatment delivery platform designed to revolutionize in-office dental therapies, closed $30 Million in a series A financing round led by Ally Bridge Group with participation from Private Investors.
                        • Beyond, a cyber security startup in stealth mode, raised $21 Million in a series A financing round from Sequoia Capital and Private Investors.
                        • Elementor, an intuitive, front-end site builder for WordPress that allows users to create, design, manage and optimize WordPress websites, collected $15 Million in a series A financing round from Lightspeed and Private Investors. 
                        • L1ght, a company that protects children online from harassment, cyberbullying, predatory behaviour and harmful content, received $15 Million in a series A financing round led by Mangrove with help from Tribeca Venture Partners and WTI.
                        • Clear, a company that builds blockchain-based networks and applications for frictionless enterprise commerce, closed $13 Million in a series A financing round led by Eight Roads with participation from DTCP Fund, HKT, SingTel Innov8 and Telefonica Innovation Ventures. 
                        • Model9, a company that modernizes mainframe data management and business intelligence in large enterprises and helps them accelerate their adoption of hybrid cloud paradigms, models, and benefit from cloud technologies and economies, raised $9 Million in a series A financing round led by Intel capital with help from GlenRock, North First Ventures, StageOne and Log-On Software Ltd.
                        • Datree, a company that scans, catalogues and recommends code components in the context of the clients stack, helping developers select the right component for the right job based on the data, collected $8 Million in a series A financing round co-led by Blumberg Capital and TLV Partners with participation from Y Combinator and a Private Investor. 
                        • EquityBee, a company that helps startup employees get the money they need to exercise their stock options before they expire, received $6.6 Million in a series A financing round led by Group 11 with help from AltaIR Capital, Battery Ventures and LocalGlobe.  
                        • Strattic, a company that converts CMS-based websites into serverless versions, making them faster, scalable and virtually unhackable, closed $6.5 Million in a series A financing round co-led by SignalFire and TenOneTen Ventures with participation with from Accel, Seneca VC, Village, Automattic, Launch It Capital and a Private Investor.  
                        • Trellis Legal Intelligence, a company that builds legal intelligence and judicial analytics for law firms, raised $4.4 Million in a series A financing round led by Craft ventures with help from Intrepid Ventures, Okapi Venture Capital, Revel Partners, Sequoia Capital and Private Investors.
                        • Yofix, a company that develops and manufactures vegan and soy-free fermented plant-based prebiotic and probiotic foods, collected $2.5 Million in a series A financing round led by Mueller Ventures with participation from Bel Group and LionTree.
                        • Wishbox, a personalized guest experience platform that enables property managers to increase sales and improve customer engagement, received $2.5 Million in a series A financing round from BNF Capital and Private Investors. 

                          B Rounds 

                          • Karius, a company that is focused on conquering infectious diseases through the innovative use of next-generation sequencing to analyze microbial cell-free DNA, closed $165 Million in a series B financing round led by Softbank Vision Fund with participation from aMoon, Data Collective, General Catalyst, HBM, Innovation Endeavors, Khosla Ventures, Lightspeed, Spectrum 28 and Tencent Exploration. 
                          • Veev, a company that brings an inventive spirit to the construction and real estate development, raised $97 Million in a series B financing round from Eclipse Ventures, Greenspring Associates, Khosla Ventures, Zeev Ventures and Lennar Ventures. 
                          • Intuition Robotics, a company that is pioneering the move from digital assistants, Alexa and Siri, to digital companions, rich proactive characters that initiate context-aware, multi-model interactions, collected $36 Million in a series B financing round co-led by OurCrowd and SPARX Group with participation from Bloomberg Beta, Capital Point, Glory Ventures, Happiness Capital, iRobot Ventures, Maniv Mobility, Mirai Creation, Samsung Next, Sompo Holdings, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp, Terra, Toyota AI Ventures, Union Tech Ventures and Wolfpack Ventures. 
                          • At Bay, a cyber insurance company that builds risk management products and services that keeps clients safe and enable brokers to provide more insightful coverage analysis and eliminate the need for manual processing, received $34 Million in a series B financing round co-led by Acrew Capital and Munich Re Ventures with help from Cera Fund, Khosla Ventures, Lightspeed, LocalGlobe and Private Investors. 
                          • floLIVE, a privately-owned company that provides global, secure, cloud-native loT connectivity solutions to enterprises, mobile operators and cloud providers, raised $21.5 Million in a series B financing round led by 83North with participation from Arie Capital, Golden Sunflower Capital, Saban Ventures Fund, Dell Capital, Qualcomm Ventures and Private Investors.    
                          • Wiliot, a fabless semiconductor company that develops passive SoC platforms for the loT market, collected $20 Million in a series B financing round led by Vintage with help from Maersk Growth, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, PepsiCo and Verizon Ventures.   
                          • Cherre, a company that provides investors, insurers, real estate advisors, and other large enterprises with a platform to collect, resolve, and augment real estate data from public, private and internal sources, received $16 Million in a series B financing round led by Intel Capital with participation from Bouaziz & Partners, Carthona Capital, Navitas Capital, Recursive Ventures, Sarona Ventures, Zigg Capital and Silicon Valley Bank.
                          • Sixgill, a company that specializes in monitoring the deep and dark web by using technology to monitor the web and marketplaces for potential threats that could affect clients, closed $15 Million in a series B financing round co-led by REV Venture Partners and Sonae IM with help from Cognitiv Fund, Elron, Terra and TerraLab Ventures. 
                          • DRiiVZ, a global digital software supplier to Electric Vehicle operators and service providers, accelerating the plug-in EV industry’s dynamic and continuous transformation, raised $11 Million in a series B financing round led by Centrica Innovations with participation from Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Inven Capital, Ombu Group and a Private Investor. 
                          • ActiView, a HR tech company that specializes in the advancement of recruitment and talent development, by combining the latest cutting-edge technology with scientific research, collected $10 Million in a series B financing round led by a Private Investor with help from other Private Investors. 

                          C Rounds 

                          • K Health, a company that uses data to empower people to make informed health decisions by connecting knowledge to create reliable and relevant health data, raised $48 Million in a series C financing round co-led by 14W and Mangrove with participation from Anthem Health, Bessemer, BoxGroup, Comcast Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Max Ventures and Primary Ventures.
                          • NeoTX Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company that focuses on research and development in oncology immunotherapy, collected $45 Million in a series C financing round  from NDFOS, Starr Ventures, Tako Ventures and Private Investors. 
                          • Deep Instinct, a company that applies end-to-end deep learning to cybersecurity by implementing advanced artificial intelligence to the task of preventing and detecting malware, raised $43 Million in a series C financing round led by MTVP with participation from AIC, ATW Partners, Blumberg Capital, Cerracap Ventures, CNTP, Coatue Management, Cushman & Wakefield, HP Tech Ventures, LG Technology Ventures, NVIDIA GPU Ventures, Samsung Ventures, Unbound, US News and UST Global.  
                          • OpenLegacy, a company that accelerates delivery of innovative digital services from legacy systems in days versus months, collected $20 Million in a series C financing round from SBI Holdings.
                          • temi, a company developing an intelligent, mobile, personal robot for home and office that is capable of recognizing and following its users around, making video calls, playing music or moving small objects from room to room, received $15 Million in a series C financing round led by Joy Capital with help from Crossroad, FengHe, Ogawa, Tung Hing Enterprise and Private Investors.  
                          • AllSeated, a company that provides event-planning professionals with technology that enables them to visualize events and collaborate in real time via 3D tools, closed $4.4 Million in a series C financing round led by Liquidity Capital with participation from Magma, Royalty Ventures and Private Investors. 

                          Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

                          • Enlivex, a clinical stage immunotherapy company, developing an autologous and allogeneic drug pipeline for immune system rebalancing, raised $8 Million from Undisclosed Institutional Investors.

                          M&A and IPOs

                          • ForeScout, a company that delivers pervasive network security by allowing organizations to continuously monitor and mitigate security exposures and cyber attacks, was acquired by Advent and Crosspoint Capital for $1.9 Billion.
                          • CyberX, a company that developed a system that provides protection to networks in factories and industrial control systems by analyzing current activity and anomaly detection through machine learning, was acquired by Microsoft for $150 Million.
                          • Simplee, a company that empowers healthcare providers to engage patients as consumers and transform payment into a trusted, self-service experience, was acquired by Flywire for $100 Million.
                          • Convexum, a company that pioneers counter-drone solutions protecting perimeters from rogue or malicious drones, was acquired by NSO for $60 Million
                          • Exalenz, a company that develops and commercializes advanced systems that extract vital information for diagnostics from subtle changes in the patient’s exhaled breath, was acquired by Meridian Bioscience for $49.4 Million.
                          • CreditGuard, a company that provides secured electronic payment transaction solutions for cards, to thousands of clients around the world, was acquired by Max for $20 Million.
                          • SuperQuery, a company that develops an optimization engine for serverless BigData services such as Google and Oracle 18c, was acquired by DoiT for $5 Million.

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                          iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – January 2020

                          Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                          This January we tracked 31 announced deals totaling approximately $479 Million, and 8 exits totaling approximately $1.97 Billion

                          Life Sciences and FinTech  were the two top performing sectors this month. Emendo, a biotherapeutics company that develops next generation gene editing tools for genetic disorders, closed $61 Million in a series B financing round led by AnGes with participation from OrbiMed Israel, Takeda Ventures and Private Investors. Nayax, a fintech company that sells cashless products for the vending and unattended retail industry, received $60 Million in a series C financing round from an undisclosed American fund. On the M&A side, two large acquisitions were made in the fields of Enterprise Software and Communications. Armis, a company that provides a security platform to address the new threat landscape of unmanaged loT devices, was acquired by CapitalG and Insight Partners for $1.1 Billion. Further, Gilat Satellite, a company that provides end-to-end satellite-based broadband communications solutions, was acquired by Comtech for $579 Million.

                          January 2020 Investment Highlights

                          Seed Rounds 

                          • Nuweba, an ultra-fast and highly-secure serverless platform, closed $5.4 Million in a seed round led by Blumberg Capital with the participation of Magma, Target Global and Private Investors.
                          • IMedis, a company that develops life-saving medical software systems that quickly and efficiently analyzes medical imaging, raised $1.3 Million from Private Investors via the ExitValley equity crowdfunding platform.

                          A Rounds 

                          • Aquant, a company that assists service organizations to maximize their product uptime, closed $30 Million in a series A financing round led by Insight Partners with the participation of Angular Fund, Lightspeed, SilverTech Ventures and WTV.
                          • Epsagon, a company that focuses on automated tracing for cloud microservices, received $16 Million in series A financing led by USVP and accompanied by StageOne, Lightspeed and a Private Investor.   
                          • Bond, a company that offers brands the most advanced and personalized post-purchase solutions, same-day delivery, and scheduled returns, raised $15 Million in a series A financing round from Lightspeed, MizMaa Ventures and TLV Partners Fund.
                          • Pecan, a company that automates the entire predictive analytics process, significantly reducing time-to-model from months to days, collected $15 Million in a series A financing round led by Dell Capital with assistance from S Capital and Private Investors.
                          • Jolt, a company that provides a flexible and cost-effective alternative to traditional MBA programs, raised $14 Million in a series A financing round co-led by Balderton Capital, Hillsven, Octopus Ventures and accompanied by 2B Angels, PICO Partners, Tank Hill Ventures, UpWest and a Private Investor.
                          • Placer.ai, a company that allows anyone with a stake in the physical world to instantly generate insights into any property for a deeper understanding of the factors that drive success, received $12 Million in a series A financing round led by JBV Capital with participation from Aleph, Array Ventures, IrishAngels Ventures OCA Ventures, Reciprocal Ventures, Recursive Ventures, Stage Venture Partners and Private Investors. 
                          • HelpAround, a company that aims to help chronic patients and their support systems, simplify day-to-day struggles through their smartphones, raised $6 Million in a series A financing round led by IQVIA and accompanied by PharMedQuest, Vodia Ventures, Windham Venture Partners, Zora Ventures SPV and private investors. 
                          • ClariFruit, a company that has discovered a simplified approach for measuring fruits and vegetables ripeness quality, freshness, durability and taste, raised $6 Million  in a series A financing round led by Firstime with participation from Private Investors.
                          • Vicarius, a cybersecurity company that aims to empower companies with proactive attack mitigations strategies for software vulnerabilities in real-time, closed $5 Million in a series A financing round led by JVP with participation from Global Investments and innogy Innovation Hub Israel.
                          • Stoa, a company that is a one-stop-shop for real estate developers specializing in short term refurbishment, received $4 Million in a series A financing round led by BRM Group and helped by FTAC.
                          • Ubeya, a company that developed a platform for managing seasonal or temporary employees in the business model of a catering company, raised $3.5 Million in a series A financing round led by ICV Partners with participation from 500 Startups, CornerStoneOnDemand, Magma and Private Investors. 
                          • Butterfly Medical, a company that develops an innovative, implantable device for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, closed $2 Million in a series A financing round by Private Investors. 
                          • Blue White Robotics, a company that  is a provider and operator of unmanned systems, raised $1 Million in a series A financing round by Private Investors.

                          B Rounds 

                          • Emendo, a biotherapeutics company that develops next-generation gene-editing tools for genetic disorders, closed $61 Million in a series B financing round led by AnGes with participation from OrbiMed Israel, Takeda Ventures and Private Investors.
                          • NanoX, a company that is developing a commercial-grade digital X-ray source designed to be used in real-world medical imaging applications, received $26 Million in a series B financing round from Foxconn, Oxen9, SK Telecom Ventures, Fuji and Private Investors.
                          • Iguazio, a company that digitally transforms businesses by analyzing data from a variety of sources to create actionable insights and artificial intelligence, raised $24 Million in a series B financing round led by INCapital with participation from CME Ventures, Dell Capital, JVP, Kensington Capital Partners, Magma, Pitango, Plaza Ventures, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Samsung Ventures, Silverton Capital Ventures and Verizon Ventures. 
                          • RadiAction, a company that is developing a radiation shield to enable a significant reduction in the total radiation exposure to physicians and medical staff, closed $18 Million in a series B financing round led by InnovaHealth Partners accompanied by Boya Capital, HighGround Tairun, SV Tech Ventures and Private Investors.
                          • Intezer, a company that replicates the concepts of biological immune systems into cybersecurity offering enterprises threat detection and accelerated responses, collected $15 Million in a series B financing round led by OpenView with help from Magma, Samsung Next, Intel Capital, undisclosed American investors and Private Investors. 
                          • CLEW Medical, a real-time AI analytics platform designed to help providers make better informed clinical decisions, raised $10 Million in a series B financing round led by Pitango with participation from Agate-JT Healthcare Fund, Relyens, Rhoen Innovations and Private Investors. 
                          • SeaLights, a company that is developing a cloud-based continuous testing platform, closed $8.6 Million in a series B financing round led by Cisco Investments with assistance from Blumberg Capital, TLV Partners, Wipro Ventures and Private Investors.

                          C Rounds 

                          • Nayax, a fintech company that sells cashless products for the vending and unattended retail industry, received $60 Million in a series C financing round from an undisclosed American fund.  
                          • Verbit, a software company that captures solutions by using AI to provide the highest accuracy and fastest turnaround time for low costs, raised $31 Million in a series C financing round led by Stripes accompanied by Bouaziz & Partners, HV Holtzbrinck Ventures,Oryzn Capital, Sarona Ventures, Vertex, Vintage, Viola Ventures and ClalTech.  
                          • Trusona, a company that specializes in identity authentication, closed $20 Million in a series C financing round led by Georgian Partners with help from FoundersPad, KPCB, Akamai, M12, OurCrowd, Seven Peaks Ventures and Private Investors. 
                          • Grid4C, an iAngels portfolio company that develops AI and machine learning solutions to extract maximum business value out of smart meters, while delivering predictive energy insights for energy providers, collected $6 Million in a series C financing round from iAngels, Axess Ventures, Engie Ventures, ICV, Util-Assist and Private Investors.

                          Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

                          • Kamada, a biopharmaceutical company that specializes in the development, manufacture and marketing of proteins as pharmaceuticals, raised $25 Million from FIMI.
                          • Dragontail, a company that develops and markets software solutions, designed to optimize delivery management at fast-food restaurants, received $20 Million from Eldridge Industries, Goudy Park Capital and Alceon.  
                          • Wize Pharma, a company that is focused on the treatment of ophthalmic disorders, closed $7.5 Million from Rimon Gold and a Private Investor.
                          • BonUs, a biotechnology company that applies innovative technology to generate viable tissue-regenerating bone grafts, closed $7.4 Million from Wize Pharma.
                          • ScoutCam, a company that specializes in developing minimally invasive endosurgical tools and highly innovative imaging solutions, received $3.3 Million from an undisclosed investor.  

                          M&A and IPOs 

                          • Armis, a company that provides a security platform to address the new threat landscape of unmanaged loT devices, was acquired by CapitalG and Insight Partners for $1.1 Billion.
                          • Gilat Satellite, a company that provides end-to-end satellite-based broadband communications solutions, was acquired by Comtech for $579 Million.
                          • Ilyon, a company that specializes in social mobile games, was acquired by Miniclip for $100 Million
                          • Content IQ, a company that developed a platform that allows content sites and advertisers to monitor the effectiveness of adverts that are advertised on sites,  was acquired by Perion Network for $73 Million
                          • Loom Systems, a company that developed cloud-based software that enables automatic analysis of alerts and logs from all enterprise systems, was acquired by ServiceNow for $70 Million.
                          • Segasec, a cyber-security company that provides end-to-end digital threat protection against customer hijacking attacks that originate in blind spots, was acquired by Mimecast for $40 Million
                          • Smartair, an online marketplace company that connects travel suppliers with travelers who can easily plan their trip in one single platform, was acquired by Talma Travel for $11.5 Million
                          • Brayola, a company that specializes in online lingerie retailing that helps shoppers find better-fitting bras, was acquired by Delta Galil for $1.1 Million

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                          Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.

                          iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – December 2019

                          Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                          This December we tracked 34 announced deals totaling approximately $974m, and 5 exits totaling $2.48bn

                          E-commerce and semiconductors were the leading sectors this month. Vroom, an online dealer of used cars, raised $254 Million led by Durable Capital Partners with the participation of AutoNation, Detroit Venture Partners, FMC Capital, General Catalyst, L Catterton, PICO Partners and T. Rowe Price. Vayyar, a company that develops 4D imaging sensors, raised $109 Million co-led by KdTVC and Regal with further participation of Amiti Ventures, Battery Ventures, Bessemer, ClalTech, Glory Ventures, ICV, ITI, WRVI and private investors. 

                          On the M&A side, two large acquisitions were made in the fields of enterprise software and MedTech. Habana, a company that develops AI processors for deep learning processing, was acquired by Intel for $2 Billion. Further, 6over6, a company that develops applications to serve as DIY optometry tools, was acquired by 1-800 Contacts for $105 Million.

                          December 2019 Investment Highlights

                          Seed Rounds

                          • Vocalis Health, a vocal biomarker company that leverages AI-based voice analysis to monitor health, raised $9 Million in a seed financing round from aMoon Velocity.
                          • NanoGhosts, a company that turns stem cells into a drug delivery system that targets cancerous tumors, raised $5 Million from aMoon Velocity and private investors. 
                          • Whizar, a company that uses AI to help online travel agencies collect money, raised $2.7 Million in a seed round led by ANNA and with the participation of Talma Travel and private investors.  
                          • My-Bis, an iAngels portfolio company that produces personalized functional food, raised $1 Million in a seed round led by iAngels with the participation of TAU Ventures and other private investors.

                          A Rounds

                          • Panorays, a cybersecurity company that provides automated third-party security management services, closed $15 Million in a series A financing round led by Oak HC/FT Partners with the participation of Aleph, Elevator Ventures and other private investors. 
                          • Sproutt, a company that provides a life insurance comparison platform, received $12 Million in series A financing from GIS Strategic Ventures, Moneta Capital and State of Mind Ventures. 
                          • Coralogix, a company that turns cluttered log data into a meaningful set of templates and flows, raised $10 Million in a series A financing round led by Aleph with the participation of 2B Angels, Janvest, StageOne, and Taya Ventures. 
                          • Rezilion, a company that provides a cloud security solution for workload protection, raised $8 Million in a series A financing round led by JVP Cyber Labs and with the participation of Kindred Capital, LocalGlobe, Samsung Next and other private investors. 
                          • Satori Cyber, a company that provides data-flow visibility with transparent, secure and compliant data access across all data stores, closed $5.25 Million in a series A financing round from YL Ventures and other private investors. 
                          • Copilot, a company that enables consumer electronics companies to foster one-to-one connections with their end-users, received $5 Million in series A financing led by JVP and other private investors. 
                          • LitiGate, a company that develops a claim analysis solution for litigators’ daily work, raised $3.5 Million in a series A round led by Brighteye Ventures with the participation of Firstime and Rhodium.
                          • Ettorney, an online platform for legal services, closed $1 Million in series A financing from AltalR capital and private investors.  

                            B Rounds

                            • Gloat, an AI-powered internal talent marketplace, closed $25 Million in a series B financing round led by Eight Roads and with the participation of Communitas, Intel, Magma, Pico Partners and WElborn Ventures.  
                            • Raziel Therapeutics, a company that develops a proprietary drug for the treatment of local fat reduction, received $22 Million in series B financing led by Pontifax with the participation of Catalyst CEL, Docor, Peregrine, Pontifax, Quark and other private investors. 
                            • Cymulate, a company that provides a cloud-based cyber-attack simulation solution, raised $15 Million in a series B financing round from Dell Capital, Susquehanna, Vertex and a private investor. 
                            • Metabomed, a drug discovery company in the field of cancer metabolism, raised $12.5 Million in a series B financing round led by Yonjin Capital with the participation of Arkin Bio Ventures, Boehringer Ingelheim, M Ventures, Pfizer and Pontifax. 
                            • Motionize (previously PlayerMaker), a company that develops body motion tracking devices, received $10 Million in series B funding led by FengHe with the participation of private investors. 
                            • Perimeter 81, a company that secures the access to local networks, cloud infrastructure and business applications with one unified platform, closed $10 Million in a series B financing round led by SonicWall with the participation of JAL and Spring Ventures as well as other private investors.
                            • Loom Systems, a company that provides an AI-based platform for IT and DevOps teams to predict issues in applications and infrastructure, raised $10 Million in a series B financing round led by Flint Capital with the participation of 31Ventures, Global Brain, JVP and Meron Capital.

                              C Rounds 

                              • Gong.io, a company that develops a call monitoring and analytics software for inside sales teams, raised $65 Million in a series C financing round led by Sequoia Capital with the participation of Battery Ventures, Cisco Investments, NextWorld, NVP, Wing Ventures and private investors.
                              • BigPanda MS, a company that helps IT teams to simplify and automate incident management, raised $50 Million in a Series C financing round led by Insight Partners alongside Battery Ventures, Greenfield Partners, Mayfield Fund, Pelion Fund and Sequoia Israel. 
                              • Superpedestrian, a transportation robotics company that develops core technologies for micro-mobility, raised $20 Million in a series C financing round from Empire Angels, General Catalyst, Hanaco VC, OurCrowd and Spark Capital. 
                              • Rapyd, a FinTech-as-a-service platform that provides APIs that help integrate local payments and FinTech capabilities, received $20 Million in series C financing led by Oak HC/FT Partners with the participation of Coatue Management, Entree Capital Israel, General Catalyst, Ignia, Stripe, Target Global, Tiger Global and private investors. 
                              • Traffilog, a company that provides telematics-based fleet and asset management solutions, raised $12 Million in a series C financing round from Tene. 
                              • Pixellot, a company that provides automated sportscasting solutions that enable broadcasters to produce high-quality game and player videos, closed $3.3 Million in a series C financing round from Globo Ventures. 

                              Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

                              • Vroom, an online dealer of used cars, raised $254 Million led by Durable Capital Partners with the participation from AutoNation, Detroit Venture Partners, FMC Capital, General Catalyst, L Catterton, PICO Partners and T. Rowe Price.
                              • Vayyar,a company that develops 4D imaging sensors, raised $109 Million co-lead by KdTVC and Regal with further participation from Amiti Ventures, Battery Ventures, Bessemer, ClalTech, Glory Ventures, ICV, ITI, WRVI and private investors.
                              • WalkMe, a company that enables website owners and app developers to easily create multiple interactive on-screen walk-throughs’ that help users to quickly and easily complete complex tasks, raised $90 Million in a growth round from BxWorld, D5 Capital, EDBI, Flint Capital, Gemini, Giza, Greenspring Associates, Insight Partners, Mangrove, Scale VP and Vituvian Partners. 
                              • Gelesis, a company that develops technologies for the treatment of obesity and other unmet medical needs, raised $84 Million in a growth round led by Vitruvian Partners with the participation of Invesco, LaunchCapital, Pritzker Group, PureTech Ventures and Cormorant.
                              • Arbe, an iAngels portfolio company that designs and builds a radar-based collision avoidance system for autonomous cars, drones & robots, closed $32 Million in a growth round from iAngels, 360 Capital Partners, AI Alliance, BAIC Capital, BxWorld, Canaan Israel, Catalyst, Maniv Mobility, MisionBlue Capital, Next Gear Fund, OG Tech Fund, OurCrowd, RIO and Taya Ventures. 
                              • REE, a company that develops a flat and modular chassis, raised $21 Million in a growth round from Hachshara insurance and Meitav Dash. 
                              • DarioHealth, a company that provides a mobile diabetes management platform, received $21.3 Million from private investors. 
                              • Cannbit, a company that produces cannabis for medical use, raised $7.6 Million from private investors. 
                              • OTI, a company that enables cashless payment with telemetry management, received $2.5 Million from institutional investors. 

                              M&A and IPOs

                              • Habana, a company that develops AI processors for deep learning processing, was acquired by Intel for $2 Billion.
                              • 6over6, a company that develops applications to serve as DIY optometry tools, was acquired by 1-800 Contacts for $105 Million.
                              • Indegy, an industrial cybersecurity company that protects the industrial control system (ICS) networks from cyber threats, malicious insiders and human errors was acquired by Tenable for $78 Million
                              • Biological Industries, a company that provides life science services with a focus on cell culture media development and manufacturing, was acquired by Sartorius for $50 Million
                              • Protego, a company that helps organizations to achieve control over the security of their applications, was acquired by Check Point for $40 Million

                                On behalf of everyone at iAngels, I’d like to thank you for tuning in to our deal digest. If you’d like to receive a version directly to your inbox, please subscribe below.

                                 

                                Best,
                                Massimo

                                Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.

                                iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – November 2019

                                Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                                This November we tracked 25 announced deals totaling approximately $832m, and 7 exits totaling $2.48bn

                                Semiconductors and Enterprise Software were the leading sectors this month. Riskified, an eCommerce fraud management company trusted by hundreds of global brands, raised $165 Million in a growth round led by General Atlantic with the participation of C4 Ventures, Capital One Growth Ventures, Entree Capital, Fidelity, Founder Collective, Genesis, Kreos Capital, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Pitango Growth, Qumra Capital, T5 Capital and Winslow Capital. In addition, Vayyar Imaging, a global leader in 4D radar imaging technology, providing affordable, highly advanced sensors to a wide variety of industries, raised $109 Million in a growth round co-led by Regal Four and KdTVC with the participation of Amiti Ventures, battery Ventures, Bessemer, ClalTech, Glory Ventures, ICV, ITI Fund, WRVI and a private investor. 

                                On the M&A side, a large acquisition was made in the MedTech field. Lumenis, a company that has developed minimally-invasive clinical solutions for the surgical, ophthalmology and aesthetic markets was acquired for $1.2 Billion by Baring Private Equity. In addition, two large scale acquisitions were made in the enterprise software field. ECI Telecom, a company that delivers ELASTIC network solutions to service providers, utilities and data center/cloud providers, was acquired by Ashmore Group for $486 Million. Further, Crossix Solutions, a company that has developed technology to enable real-time measurement and optimization of complex, cross-channel media campaigns aimed at patients and healthcare professionals, was acquired by Veeva for $430 Million

                                November 2019 Investment Highlights

                                A Rounds

                                • DoiT International, a leading provider of proprietary public cloud optimization and operations software and public cloud expertise, raised $100 Million in a Series A financing round from Charlesbank Technology Opportunities Fund. 
                                • CyCognito, a company developing a platform that provides organizations with a complete attack surface analysis from a sophisticated attacker’s point of view, raised $18 Million in a Series A financing round led by Lightspeed with the participation of Amiti Fund, BNSG Capital, Sorenson Capital, UpWest and additional private investors. 
                                • ZecOps, a startup delivering a realistic take on cyber security with the first agentless cross-platform digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) platform, raised $10 Million in Series A financing from Array Ventures, CEAS Investments, Evolution Equity Partners, Jigsaw, KPN Ventures, Plug & Play, Stormbreaker Venture Group, WISE Ventures and a private investor.  
                                • Viisights Solutions, a provider of behavioural understanding systems for real-time video intelligence, raised $10 Million in Series A financing led by Awz HLS with the participation of AltalR Capital, Firstime, LETA Capital, Maxfield Capital and an undisclosed investor. 
                                • Coralogix, a company developing open source code and cloud computing, closed $10 Million in Series A funding led by Aleph with the participation of 2B Angels, Janves, Stageone and Taya Ventures. 
                                • CreditStacks, a company that offers premium credit cards without the need for SSN or credit history to apply, raised $10 Million in Series A financing led by Strathmore Group with the participation of 500 Startups Fund, Clear Future company, Off the Grid Fund, Plug & Play, VU Venture Partners and private investors. 
                                • Refundit, a company whose aim is to revolutionize tax free shopping, making the process easier and more efficient, raised $10 Million in a Series A financing round led by Amadeus Ventures with the participation of Ataria, Portugal Ventures and additional private investors. 
                                • Hallura, a company that has developed a novel crosslinking technology, answering the growing demand for natural and soft non-invasive aesthetic treatments, raised $7 Million from private Investors. 
                                • Cyber Sepio Systems, a cybersecurity company that uncovers hidden hardware attacks, raised $6.5 Million from EDP Ventures, Hanaco VC, Merlin Ventures, Mindset Ventures and PICO Partners fund. 
                                • Track160, a startup that provides an AI solution to the emerging field of sports information analytics, raised $5 Million led by ADvantage Sports Tech Fund alongside with Deutsche Fussball Liga, REDDS Capital and other private investors.  
                                • ProteKt Therapeutics, a drug development company aiming to develop potent and selective oral inhibitors of the kinase PKR for the treatment of neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory diseases, raised $3.6 Million from Bukwang Pharmaceutical, Fonds de Solidarite, FutuRx, Johnson & Johnson, OrbiMedisrael, RMGP Biopharma fund and Takeda Ventures. 

                                B Rounds

                                • Papaya Global, a company that provides enterprises with a global, cloud-based SaaS platform to automate payroll and workforce management, raised $45 Million in a B round led by Insight Partners and with the participation of Bessemer Fund, Dynamic Loop Capital, New Era Capital Partners Fund and numerous private investors. 
                                • Cymulate, a company that challenges security controls by initiating thousands of attack simulations, showing exactly where the users are exposed and how to fix it, making security continuous, fast and part of every-day activities, raised $15 Million in a B financing round from Dell Capital, Susquehanna, Vertex Growth, Vertex and a private investor.
                                • Perimeter 81, a zero trust network as a service designed to simplify secure network, cloud and application access for the modern and distributed workforce, raised $10 Million in Series B financing led by SonicWall with the participation of JAL Ventures Fund, Spring Ventures and private investors. 
                                • Loom Systems, a company that delivers an AIOps-powered log analytics solution, raised $10 Million in a B round led by Flint Capital with the participation of 31Ventures, Global Brain Fund, JVP and Meron Capital fund. 
                                • Pcysys, a company that delivers an automated penetration-testing platform that assesses and reduces corporate cybersecurity risks, raised $10 Million led by Awz HLS Fund with the participation of Blackstone Fund and Blum & Blum Investments Fund. 

                                C Rounds 

                                • BigPanda MS, a company that enables enterprise IT to automate and scale service operations to meet the complex demands of the modern datacenter, raised $50 Million in Series C financing led by Insight Partners alongside with Battery Ventures, greenfield Partners, Mayfield Fund, Pelion Fund and Sequoia Israel.
                                • Superpedestrian, a transportation robotics company developing core technologies for micro-mobility, raised $20 Million in Series C financing from Empire Angels, General Catalyst, Hanaco VC, OurCrowd and Spark Capital. 
                                • Biz-Effective (Centrical), a comprehensive workforce performance management platform using enterprise gamification, raised $13 Million led by Aleph with the participation of 2B Angels, CE Ventures, Eshbol, JVP, La Maison, Shared Ventures, Vernit and Adler chomski Advisory company. 

                                  Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

                                  • Riskified, an eCommerce fraud management company trusted by hundreds of global brands, raised $165 Million in a growth round led by General Atlantic with the participation of C4 Ventures, Capital One Growth Ventures, Entree Capital, Fidelity, Founder Collective, Genesis, Kreos Capital, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Pitango Growth, Qumra Capital, T5 Capital and Winslow Capital.
                                  • Vayyar Imaging, a global leader in 4D radar imaging technology, providing affordable, highly advanced sensors to a wide variety of industries, raised $109 Million in a growth round co-led by Regal Four and KdTVC in additional participation of Amiti Ventures, battery Ventures, Bessemer, ClalTech, Glory Ventures, ICV, ITI Fund, WRVI and a private investor.
                                  • BlueVine, a company empowering small businesses with innovative banking solutions, raised $103 Million in a growth round led by ION Crossover Partners Fund with the participation of Citi Ventures, Correlation Ventures, Greylock Israel, Kima Group, Lightspeed Fund, Maor, Menlo Ventures, MUFG Innovation Partners, Nationwide Ventures, OG Tech, Rakuten FinTech Fund, SVB Financial Group, Vintage and a private investor.
                                  • XACT Robotics, a company pioneering a hands-free robotic system combining image-based planning and navigation with instrument insertion and steering capabilities, to democratize percutaneous interventional procedures, raised $36 Million in a growth round from Chasing Value Asset Management, MEDX Ventures Group and other private investors. 
                                  • Insights Cyber Intelligence, a company developing an all-in-one external threat protection platform designed to neutralize cyberattacks outside the wire, raised $30 Million led by Qumra Capital with the participation of Blackstone, Blumberg Capital, ClearSky Fund, Glilot Capital, Tola Capital, Vintage, Wipro Ventures and private investors.
                                  • Venus Concept, a developer and manufacturer of devices for the medical aesthetic market, raised $28 Million from EW Healthcare Partners, HealthQuest Capital, SEDCO Capital and an undisclosed investor.

                                  M&A and IPOs

                                  • Lumenis, a company that has developed minimally-invasive clinical solutions for the surgical, ophthalmology and aesthetic markets, was acquired for $1.2 Billion by Baring Private Equity. 
                                  • ECI Telecom, a company that delivers ELASTIC network solutions to service providers, utilities and data center/cloud providers, was acquired by Ashmore Group $486 Million.
                                  • Crossix Solutions, a company that has developed technology to enable real-time measurement and optimization of complex, cross-channel media campaigns aimed at patients and healthcare professionals, was acquired by Veeva for $430 Million
                                  • ObserveIT, a company that provides an insider threat management platform, was acquired by Proofpoint for $225 Million.
                                  • 89bio, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative therapies for the treatment of liver and cardio-metabolic diseases, was acquired for $85 Million.
                                  • Clear Genetics, an iAngels portfolio company that has developed a patient-centric software to thoughtfully integrate genetics into routine patient care, was acquired by Invitae for $50 Million
                                  • Cymplify Security, a company that has developed a technology for securing Internet devices and finding vulnerabilities, was acquired by CheckPoint for $5 Million.

                                   

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                                      Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.

                                      iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – October 2019

                                      Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                                      This October we tracked 36 announced deals totaling approximately $480 Million, and 6 exits totaling $402 Million

                                      FinTech and MedTech were the leading sectors this month. Next Insurance, a company that provides coverage for entrepreneurs and small businesses, using artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to tailor insurance policies to its customers, has raised $250 Million in a growth round from Munich Re Ventures. Rapyd, a company that developed a payment service that enables the transfer of electronic funds across borders through bank transfers, digital wallets, cash and other means of payment, completed a $100 Million Series C funding round led by Oak HC/FT Partners along with participation of Entree Capital Israel, General Catalyst, Ignia, Stripe, Target Global, Tiger Global and private investors. 

                                      On the M&A side, we saw two larger acquisitions both in the MedTech field –  Eximo Medical and Av Medical. Eximo Medical, a company that developed a laser-based catheter device used for the treatment of occlusive peripheral arterial disease (PAD), was acquired by AngioDynamic Inc for $46 Million. Av Medical, a company that developed catheters for dialysis patients undergoing routine angioplasty procedures, was acquired by Medtronic PLC for $30 Million

                                      October 2019 Investment Highlights

                                      Seed Rounds

                                      • Hi Auto, a company that is developing audio-visual speech enhancement that eliminates the most challenging noises, closed $4.5 Million in seed funding from Allied Holdings, Goldbell Investments, Plug & Play and a private investor.
                                      • Flip Fit, a social shopping platform blending the power of social media with the buying appeal of e-commerce, has received $3.75 Million in seed funding, led by a private investor, loll and TLV Partners Fund. 
                                      • Hunterz, a global freelancing platform that connects vendors with enterprises, utilizing individuals within the organizations, has raised $3 Million in seed funding led by ICONYC, a private investor and TLV Partners Fund.  
                                      • Castor, a company that provides a support system to fully utilize the benefits of industrial 3D printing, has raised $2 Million led by Evonik Venture Capital. 
                                      • RetiSpec, a medical imaging company developing a tool for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers in the eye, has received $0.5 Million from the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Founders including an R&D grant. 

                                      A Rounds

                                      • Duality, a company developing innovative technology to empower Secure Digital Analytic Collaboration applying advanced analyses and Artificial Intelligence to data while it is encrypted, closed $16 Million in Series A funding led by Intel Capital with the participation of Hearst Ventures and Team8.
                                      • Future Meat, a biotechnology company advancing a distributive manufacturing platform for the cost-efficient, non-GMO production of meat directly from animal cells, without raising or harvesting animals, has raised $14 Million in a Series A financing round. The round was led by S2G Ventures with the participation of Agrinnovation VC, Bits x Bites, Emerald Technology Ventures, HB Ventures, Manta Ray Ventures, Neto Group, Tyson Ventures and a private investor.  
                                      • Firedome, developing a software-only solution for IoT manufacturers to protect their device fleets, raised $10 Million in a Series A financing round led by Two Sigma with the participation of WTV, SilverTech Ventures and private investors. 
                                      • Become, an iAngels portfolio company, which nurtures businesses throughout the funding cycle, has raised $10 Million in Series A funding co-led by Benson Oak Ventures and Magenta Venture Partners Fund alongside the fund participation of iAngels Crowd, Entree Capital Israel and RIO.
                                      • Mogimo Inc. (HYPR), a data-driven influencer marketing platform letting brands and agencies strategize, manage and scale their influencer campaigns, has raised $8 Million in a Series A financing round from Bank Mizrahi Tefahot, Klingenstein, Fields & Co, Sapir Venture Partners, SilverTech Ventures, Star Farm Ventures and WTV. 
                                      • Waycare, a company enabling cities to take full control of their roads by harnessing in-vehicle information and municipal traffic data for predictive insights and proactive management optimization, closed $7.3 Million in a Series A financing round led by SJF Ventures and with the participation of Goldbell Investment, Innogy Innovation Hub Israel, Janom, Next Gear Fund, Spider Capital, UpWest and Zymestic Solutions. 
                                      • Tonkean, a company developing a business intelligence solution for discovering business insights, has raised $7.2 Million in a Series A financing round by Foundation Capital, Magma and Slow Ventures. 
                                      • Axilion, a company that harnesses AI technology that transforms traffic signals into a dynamic and adaptive traffic network, has raised $6 Million in Series A funding by private investors. 
                                      • Workiz, a company that creates a simple solution for managing service businesses from any device, allowing scheduling and job management with an easy to use calendar, raised $5 Million in Series A financing led by Magenta Venture Partners Fund along with Aleph and TMT Investments. 
                                      • The Jones Agency, a company developing an insurance management software platform for commercial real estate companies, closed $4.6 Million in a Series A financing round by 500 Startups, Ground Up Ventures, Hetz Ventures, JLL Spark, MetaProp Ventures, WeWork and private investors. 
                                      • SafeHouse Technologies, a proactive military-grade security company that developed core technology in the cloud which acts as a filter between the user and the Internet, has raised $2.84 Million in Series A funding led by Barclays Ventures with the participation of TechStars. 
                                      • Viridix, a company that helps farmers make data-driven decisions by gathering data at multiple locations in the field and uploading it to the cloud for further analysis, raised $2.35 Million in Series A funding led by the Israel-Colorado Innovation Fund alongside with AltalR Capital and other private investors. 
                                      • Voca.ai, a company developing a human-friendly agent that reduces the size and costs of call centers while increasing customer satisfaction, has received $0.9 Million in a Series A financing round by Amex Ventures. 

                                      B Rounds

                                      • Fabric, a company that specializes in establishing robotic logistics centers for streamlining goods delivery, has raised $110 Million in Series B financing led by Corner Ventures with the participation of Aleph, CPPIB, Innovation Endeavors, La Maison, Microsoft ScaleUp, Playground Global LLC, Temasek Holdings and private investors. 
                                      • Adicent Bio, a pre-clinical stage biotechnology company engaged in the development of immunotherapies for cancer and other diseases, has raised $80 Million in Series B financing from aMoon, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis Venture Fund, OrbiMed, Pontifax, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Samsung Ventures. 
                                      • Viz Ai, a company using artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms to analyze medical data and detect large vessel occlusion strokes and improve medical workflow, has received $50 Million in a Series B financing round led by Greenoaks Capital and in participation of AME Cloud Ventures, CRV, DHVC, GV, KPCB, Innovation Endeavors, Susa, Techammer, Threshold Ventures and a private investor.  
                                      • Upstream Security, a company that develops cloud-based security technologies that offer data protection, anomaly detection and real-time analytics against cyberattacks on connected cars, raised $30 Million in Series B financing led by Alliance Ventures along with the participation of CRV, Glilot Capital, Hyundai Autoever, Maniv Mobility, Nationwide Ventures and Volvo Cars Tech Fund. 
                                      • Stampli, a cloud-based interactive invoice management software that streamlines the entire accounts payable process by fixing the communication breakdown, has received $25 Million in Series B funding led by SignalFire and with the further participation of Bloomberg Beta, Hilsven, NextWorld and UpWest.  
                                      • ControlRad, a company working to reduce radiation exposure during fluoroscopy has picked up $15 Million in Series B financing led by Questa Capital and with the participation from Jennison Associates, Mendham and private investors. 
                                      • Folloze, a prospect engagement platform in which sellers and marketers can rapidly build and share content capturing key analytics about their buyers’ interests, raised $11 Million in a Series B financing round led by BGV, with participation from Canvas Ventures, Cervin Ventures, Grayhawk Ventures, NEA, TriplePoint Ventures and SVB. 
                                      • OpenLegacy, a company accelerating the legacy API integration from 6 months to hours, raised $10 Million in a Series B financing round led by Silverhorn Investments, with participation from C. Entrepreneurs, Commerz Ventures, Leumi Partners, OG Tech, PRYTEK and RDC. 
                                      • 3DSignals, a company developing software that uses sensors to monitor the performance of industrial equipment and provides real-time diagnostics and insights, raised $8.5 Million in a Series B financing round led by Mercura Capital, with participation from DIVE digital, Dor Engineering, Grove Ventures and State of Mind Ventures. 
                                      • Talenya, a company that has developed bots powered by AI, which serve as virtual recruiters for open talent roles from hundreds of online sources, raised $6.5 Million in Series B financing led by Ibex Israel Fund and participation of Gal Ventures and lool. 
                                      • DayTwo, a company that has developed a microbiome human discovery platform that offers a glycemic control solution for people with type II diabetes, has raised $5 Million in Series B financing led by Longliv Ventures and with the participation of Cathay Innovation and Samsung NEXT. 
                                      • Paygilant, a fraud protection company for mobile payments, raised $0.75 Million from Connecticut Innovations as part of a larger investment round being raised in this period.  
                                      • EyeControl, a company creating an innovative communication device for individuals who suffer from complete paralysis, received $0.75 Million from Connecticut Innovations as winners of VentureClash Global Challenge. 

                                      Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

                                      • Next Insurance, a company that provides coverage for entrepreneurs and small businesses, using artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to tailor insurance policies to its customers, has raised $250 Million in a growth round from Munich Re Ventures. 
                                      • Rapyd, a company that develops a payment service that enables the transfer of electronic funds across borders through bank transfers, digital wallets, cash and other means of payment, completed a $100 Million Series C funding round led by Oak HC/FT Partners alongside the participation of Entree Capital Israel, General Catalyst, Ignia, Stripe, Target Global, Tiger Global and private investors. 
                                      • Namogoo, a company developing a customer hijacking prevention technology which identifies and blocks unauthorized ads injected into consumer web sessions, raised a $40 Million Series C financing led by Oak HC/FT Partners with the participation of 83North, Adler Chomski, Blumberg Capital, Founders Guild, GreatPoint Ventures, Hanaco VC, Inimiti, PICO Partners, Synapse Partners and Tectonic Capital. 
                                      • Idomoo, a company offering a complete suite of tools for creating, displaying and distributing data-driven customized videos, closed $18 Million co-led by Disruptive Technologies Fund and Target Global and with the participation of GEOC and other private investors. 
                                      • Tactile Mobility, a company leveraging augmented visual sensing to feed automotives’ onboard computers with actionable insights to optimize driving decisions in real-time, raised $9 Million with the participation of Porsche Ventures, BM Holdings, New York Angels, Union Tech Ventures and private investors. 
                                      • Gordian Surgical, a commercial-stage medical service company with growing international sales for its TroClose1200, a port access-closure system that offers surgeons a simple, secure and safe solution to open and close the abdominal wall during laparoscopic produces, closed a $3 Million growth round from B.Braun, Pirveli, VI Ventures and private investors.  

                                      M&A and IPOs

                                      • Eximo Medical, a company that develops a laser-based catheter device used for the treatment of occlusive peripheral arterial disease (PAD), was acquired by AngioDynamic Inc for $46 Million
                                      • Av Medical, a company that develops catheters for dialysis patients undergoing routine angioplasty procedures, was acquired by Medtronic PLC for $30 Million
                                      • Chameleonx, an ad-tech security startup that develops the next generation of ad serving security technology, was acquired by Akamai for $25 Million
                                      • Presenso, a company that develops predictive machine learning algorithms designed to anticipate industrial machine failures, was acquired by SKF for $35 Million
                                      • RMDY Health, a leading provider of collaborative digital therapeutics SaaS solutions for the healthcare industry was acquired by OptimizeRx for approximately $16 Million.
                                      • Outbrain, a leading content discovery platform that powers personalized recommendations to content at the bottom of article pages on most of the leading publisher websites online, was acquired by Taboola for $250 Million.

                                      On behalf of everyone at iAngels, I’d like to thank you for tuning in to our Israel Deal Digest. If you’d like to receive a version direct to your inbox, please subscribe below.

                                       

                                      Best,
                                      Massimo

                                      Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.

                                      iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – September 2019

                                      Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                                      This September we tracked 46 announced deals totaling to $890 Million, and 3 exits totaling to $270 Million

                                      IT & Enterprise Software was the leading sector this month. Fundbox, a company that leverages machine learning to assess the creditworthiness of businesses, has raised $176 Million in a growth round from Allianz, Battery Ventures, Blumberg Capital, Cathay Innovation, Hanaco VC, Khosla Ventures, among many other investors. Snyk, a company providing developers with an open-source security solution, closed $70 Million led by Accel with the participation of Boldstart, Canaan Partners, Fundfire, GV and Heavybit.

                                      On the M&A side, we saw two larger acquisitions – Cheetah Medical and EViation. Cheetah Medical, a company that provides solutions in non-invasive Cardiac Output and Hemodynamic monitoring, was acquired by Baxter Group for $190 Million. EViation, a company that develops drones for transportation (capable of carrying up to 9 people), was acquired by Clermont Group for $76 Million (Clermont acquired 70% of the company).

                                       September 2019 Investment Highlights

                                      Seed Rounds

                                      • H2PRO is an iAngels portfolio company that developed a new technology to split water in unprecedented efficiency to produce green hydrogen at scale. H2PRO has received $3 Million in seed funding, led by Hyundai and with the participation of iAngels, Contrarian and Bessemer.
                                      • Cycode, a company that develops a source code control, detection and response platform, has raised $4.6 Million in seed funding led by YL Ventures and with the participation of private investors.
                                      • GK8, another iAngels portfolio company, is a cybersecurity company that develops a technology for sending secure transactions to a blockchain without the need of a network connection, designed to enhance digital asset security. GK8 has received $3.5 Million led by Marius Nacht with the participation of iAngels, Discount Capital and private investors.
                                      • Shapeshift, a company that develops a cross-platform gaming solution with the aim of transforming gaming and eSports viewership into a more interactive experience, has raised $2.5 Million led by North First Ventures and with the participation of Group Up Ventures and Slingshot Ventures, as well as a private investor.

                                      A Rounds

                                      • Trigo Vision, a computer vision startup offering a retail automation platform to identify customers’ shopping items with the aim of creating a seamless checkout process, closed $22 Million in Series A funding led by Red Dot Capital Partners with the participation of Hetz Ventures, Tesco and Vertex.
                                      • Fyllo, a company that develops a cannabis marketing platform that should allow cannabis brands and online publishers to meet compliance requirements on a large scale, has raised $16 Million in a Series A financing round co-led by JW Asset Management and K2 & Associates with the participation of GrowGeneration and TerrAscend.
                                      • Explorium, a data science company helping businesses to reach better data to feed into their predictive models, closed $15.5 Million in Series A funding led by Zeev Ventures with the participation of F2 Capital and Emerge.
                                      • Securitize, a company offering a compliance platform and protocol for issuing and managing digital securities on blockchains, including dividends, distributions and share buy-backs, has received $14 Million in a Series A financing round from Coinbase Ventures, Fenbushi Capital, Blockchain Capital, Algo Capital, Kenetic Capital, Ripple, Santander Innoventures, SPiCE VC, Tezos Foundation, among others.
                                      • Vital Technologies, a company that develops and markets fast-acting, pharma-class recovery beverage products for consumers, has raised $8 Million from private investors.
                                      • Redefine Meat, the producer of animal-free meat using industrial 3D printers, closed $6 Million in Series A funding led by CPT Capital with the participation of Hanaco VC, PHW Group and private investors.
                                      • Okapi, a SaaS platform that leverages crowdsourced KPIs, business know-how and automation to deliver a business performance management solution, has received $5.5 Million in a Series A financing round led by Marius Nacht with the participation of other private individuals.
                                      • vHive, the developer of a cloud-based AI that should enable enterprises to deploy autonomous drone hives for the acquisition, management and processing of field data, has raised $5.5 Million in a Series A financing round led by Octopus Ventures with the participation of StageOne and private investors.
                                      • Kovrr, a company providing insurance carriers, reinsurers and government regulators with an end-to-end platform that delivers transparent, data-driven insights that enable them to quantify and manage their affirmative and silent cyber risk exposure across insurances, closed $5.5 Million in a Series A financing round co-led by StageOne and Alma Mundi Ventures with the participation of InsurTech Israel Fund, JVP, Banco Sabadell and private investors.
                                      • Tastewise, a company providing a platform that analyzes billions of food data points to provide insights for restaurants, hospitality groups and food brands, has received $5 Million in Series A financing from PeakBridge Partners.
                                      • SolCold, the developer of a nano-technological material that reportedly cools everything under the sun without any power consumption, closed $3.5 Million from Chartered HighTech.
                                      • UPnRIDE Robotics, a company with the mission to develop, produce and market innovative devices for disabled people, has raised $3.4 Million in Series A funding from ToGeTher, OurCrowd, Wolfpack Ventures and private investors.
                                      • Strigo, a cloud-based educational platform for educating both lecture-based and hands-on training, closed $2.5 Million in Series A funding led by Hanaco VC with the participation of Greycroft and private investors.
                                      • Innovesta Technologies, a company that provides a dashboard for aggregated data about private companies, has received $2.7 Million in Series A financing led by GHV with the participation of Bseed and private investors.
                                      • Moodify, a company that develops solutions and scents to increase well-being, has raised $1.6 Million led by Next Gear Fund, Toyota AI Ventures and private investors.
                                      • LeO, a conversational AI platform designed for the insurance industry, closed $1.6 Million from an angel group and private investors.
                                      • Allerguard, the developer of a detection system that scans an entire plate of food to identify an allergen, has raised $1.5m from CoShare and eHV.
                                      • Sanoculis, a company that develops an alternative new surgical technique for the treatment of Glaucoma, has received $1.1 Million from DNV Capital, BioLight, AMIT and private investors.

                                      B Rounds

                                      • D-Fend, a company that provides its customers with an autonomous counter-drone perimeter security system, which automatically detects, identifies and intercepts drones, has raised $28 Million in Series B financing led by Claridge Israel with the participation of SBI and Vertex.
                                      • DustPhotonics, the developer and manufacturer of pluggable optical modules and solutions for data centers, enterprises and HPC applications, has received $25 Million in Series B financing led by Intel Capital with the participation of WRVI Capital and a private investor.
                                      • Vim is a healthcare company that aligns incentives between health plans and care providers and gives them access to the right data and technology to empower value-based care decisions. Vim closed $24 Million in Series B funding led by Optum Ventures with the participation of Sequoia, Premera and GreatPoint Ventures.
                                      • Syte, a company that develops image recognition software providing shopping suggestions, has raised $21.5 Million in Series B financing led by Viola with the participation of Commerce Ventures, Magma, Remagine Ventures Fund, LINE, KDC Media Fund, among several others.
                                      • Tulip Interfaces, the developer of a manufacturing app platform to bring the latest technological developments from the lab to the factory floor, has received $21.1 Million in Series B financing led by Vertex Ventures with the participation of Pitango, NEA, C4 Ventures and private investors.
                                      • Igentify, a company that develops a digital platform for genetic test providers, has raised $10.5 Million in Series B financing from OurCrowd and aMoon.
                                      • MetaFlow, the developer of products that are supposed to change the weight loss industry, using a technology that combines hardware, software and rich scientific basis, closed $8.5 Million in Series B financing led by NewH2, Gigi Levy-Weiss, Kaedan Capital, Unorthodox Ventures among other investors.

                                      Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

                                      • Fundbox, a company that leverages machine learning to assess the credit worthiness of businesses, has raised $176 Million in a growth round from Allianz, Battery Ventures, Blumberg Capital, Cathay Innovation, Hanaco VC, Khosla Ventures, among many other investors.
                                      • Snyk, a company providing developers with an open source security solution, closed $70 Million led by Accel with the participation of Boldstart, Canaan Partners, Fundfire, GV and Heavybit.
                                      • Healthy.io, the creator of a smartphone application of urine analysis, offering the only FDA and CE cleared home urine test equivalent to lab-based devices, has received $60 Million in a growth round led by Corner Ventures with the participation of Aleph, Ansonia Holdings, Joy Capital and Samsung Next.
                                      • Body Vision Medical, a software and medical device company specializing in augmented real-time fusion imaging, AI and intra-body navigation, has raised $20 Million from ADIP, GEOC and several private investors. 
                                      • T-REX Analytics, a company that offers a full investment life cycle solution, offering transparency, standardization, collaboration, efficiency and access to liquidity in energy project finance and asset-backed securitization, closed $15 Million from Citi Ventures, Clean Pacific Ventures, Ecosystem Ventures, Viola, Macquarie Capital among other institutional investors.
                                      • PerimeterX, a company that develops security solutions to prevent automated attacks by detecting malicious web behavior, has received $14 Million from DTCP and Salesforce Ventures.
                                      • Agromentum (Fieldin), the provider of a field intelligence platform helping growers to manage and optimize pesticide applications, harvest activities and other critical field operations, has raised $12 Million led by Zeev Ventures with the participation from Cavallo Ventures, Gal Ventures, Germin8 Ventures, GWC Innovator Fund, Mindset Ventures and Terra.
                                      • Fornova, a company helping hotels making intelligence-driven decisions to manage their distribution activity, closed $7 Million from Deutsche Telekom, JAL Ventures, UnVC, Waypoint Capital, among other institutional investors.
                                      • CDx, a company that develops a technology to discover a new class of diagnostics tests with high sensitivity and specificity for many cancers, has raised $3 Million from undisclosed investors.

                                      M&A and IPOs

                                      • Cheetah Medical, a company that provides solutions in non-invasive Cardiac Output and Hemodynamic monitoring, was acquired by Baxter Group for $190 Million.
                                      • EViation, a company that develops drones for transportation (capable of carrying up to 9 people), was acquired by Clermont Group for $76 Million (Clermont acquired 70% of the company).
                                      • Action Item, a company that develops software for cash registers, was acquired by VeriFone Holdings for $4 Million.

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                                      Best,
                                      Massimo

                                      Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.

                                      iAngels Israeli Deal Digest – August 2019

                                      Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

                                      This August we tracked 27 announced deals totaling to $464 Million, and 7 exits totaling to $2.6 Billion

                                      IT & Enterprise Software was the leading sector this month. Cybereason, a provider of endpoint protection, offering endpoint detection and response, next-generation antivirus, managed monitoring and IR services, has received $200 Million in a growth financing round led by Softbank. AU10TIX, a developer and implementer of automated capture solutions, authentication, validation and generation of digital records for identifying documents such as passports, identity cards, driving licenses, etc.,  has received $60 Million in a Series A financing round from TPG Growth.

                                      On the M&A side, we saw two large acquisitions – ClickSoftware Technologies and Corindus. ClickSoftware Technologies, a provider of workforce and service management software products and solutions, was acquired by Salesforce for $1.35 Billion. Corindus, a company developing and commercializing remote robotic systems for interventional procedures, was acquired by Siemens Healthineers for $1.1 Billion.  

                                      August 2019 Investment Highlights

                                      Seed Rounds

                                      • AntiShock, a medical device startup which utilizes state-of-the-art technology to develop non-invasive continuous monitoring devices assessing the flow in blood vessels to help  physicians optimize administered fluid dosage in a personalized fashion, has received $2.1 Million in seed funding, mostly from Israel’s Innovation Authority granting $1.8 million.  
                                      • MyPart, an AI-driven gaming platform allowing for instant discovery of songwriting talent from around the globe and maximizing revenue for music publishers by pinpointing long forgotten gems in their catalogs, has received $1.3 Million in seed funding, mostly from Abbey Road Red Accelerator. 
                                      • Tulou, a provider of smart solutions to transform products into shared services within the building in order to encourage responsible consumption, promote energy efficiency and reduce the cost of living in the city, has received $0.75 Million in seed funding with the participation of private Investors, among them MIT Sloan.
                                      • Veoli, the developer of a unique inhaler that enables patients to consume cannabis oil in an accurate dosage has received $0.65 Million in a Seed funding round participated by Sanara Ventures and Merchavia Holdings.
                                      • CivDrone, a construction tech startup aiming to revolutionize land surveying by using a custom-made staking mechanism controlled by autopilot algorithm and data management software, has received  $0.5 Million in seed funding, led by FF Venture Capital. 
                                      • MDI Health, a provider of an AI powered platform allowing decision support tools for personalized drug treatments, has received $0.5 Million in seed funding from Jumpspeed and other private investors.

                                      A Rounds

                                      • AU10TIX, a developer and implementer of automated capture solutions, authentication, validation and generation of digital records for identifying documents such as passports, identity cards, driving licenses etc.,  has received $60 Million in a Series A financing round from TPG Growth.
                                      • Homeis, a developer of a software platform that assists immigrants, has received $12 Million in a Series A financing round co-led by Spark Capital and Canaan Partners. 
                                      • SofWave, a developer of an ultrasound technology platform for non-invasive skin tightening treatment closed $8.4 Million in a Series A financing round co-led by Shimon Eckhouse and  XT Hi-Tech Investments. 
                                      • Rookout, a provider of debugging solutions that collects data on-demand from live codes and pipelines them immediately to any destination, such as alerting and monitoring tools, has received $8 Million in a Series A financing round led by Cisco Investments. 
                                      • Anzu, an in-game advertising platform that brings ads into video gaming and esports, closed $6.5 Million in a Series A financing round led by BITKRAFT Esports Ventures. 
                                      • Salaryo, a company allowing workspaces being more accessible for tenants by avoiding traditional office security deposits, has received $5.5 Million in a Series A financing round with the participation of Michael Ullmann.
                                      • Versatile Natures, a provider of a patent-pending AI and IoT platform which supports construction managers with real-time, actionable insights, closed $5.5 Million in a Series A financing round led by Robert Bosch Venture.
                                      • Airbud, a voice platform that allows enterprises to easily add voice capabilities to their websites and mobile apps, has received $4 Million in a Series A financing round led by Hanaco VC. 
                                      • TriEye, a startup that developed an HD shortwave infrared (SWIR) camera solving the low-visibility challenge for ADAS and AV, has received $2 Million in Series A funding led by Porsche Ventures.
                                      • BC Bike, the provider of an electric-hydraulic drive-train system with continuous and automatic transmission which creates a smooth riding experience, has received $1.4 million in a Series A funding round  led by Fundit (an Angel Club / Group).
                                      • Ginger Bit, the provider of a custom-tailored international travel insurance for Hi-Tech companies and employees in Israel and abroad, has received  $1.3 Million in a Series A financing round from Private Investors. 
                                      • Comunix (Pokerface), the developer of an all-in-one video, voice, and text chat technology for game companies,  has received  $1 Million from private investors. 
                                      • Convizit, the provider of an autonomous insight-generation solution which enables companies to easily leverage behavioral data for tangible business benefits, has received  $1 Million in Series A funding led by Pitango. 

                                      B Rounds

                                      • Zendrive, a provider of actionable insights that improve safety for passengers and drivers by leveraging mobile sensors data, has received $37 Million in a Series B funding round led by XL Innovate. 
                                      • MDClone, a provider of a new healthcare data paradigm, enabling fast and direct access to healthcare data while fully protecting patient’s privacy, has received $26 Million in Series B funding led by aMoon. 
                                      • Axonius, a cybersecurity asset management platform that provides organizations with complete visibility and automated policy validation on all assets, devices, and users, closed $20 Million in a Series B funding round led by OpenView.
                                      • CropX, an ag-analytics company that has developed an advanced adaptive irrigation service, which automatically optimizes irrigation, thereby delivering crop yield increases and water and energy cost savings to farms, has received $10 Million in a Series B funding round with the participation of OurCrowd, Germin8 Ventures, Finistere Ventures and others. 

                                      Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

                                      • Cybereason, a provider of endpoint protection, offering endpoint detection and response, next-generation antivirus, managed monitoring and IR services, has received $200 Million in a growth round led entirely by Softbank Group.
                                      • JoyTunes, a provider of an app which combines education methods and sound recognition with a patented MusicSense Acoustic Engine (making it easier to learn how to play musical instruments), has received $25 Million in a Series C funding round led by Qumra Capital. 
                                      • WSC Sports, a provider of an innovative workflow automation solution for sports media-right owners (and iAngels portfolio company), has received $23 Million in a Series C financing round led by O.G. Tech Ventures with the participation of iAngels.
                                      • Weebit Nano, a provider of a memory technology of flash through innovative sources, has received $1.7 Million funding from private investors. 

                                      M&A and IPOs

                                      On behalf of everyone at iAngels, I’d like to thank you for tuning in to our Israel Deal Digest. If you’d like to receive a version direct to your inbox, please subscribe below.

                                       

                                      Best,
                                      Massimo

                                      Massimo is an investment associate in the iAngels investment team. He is passionate about technology & innovation and enjoys working alongside entrepreneurs with disruptive business ideas looking to make an impact. At iAngels, Massimo focuses on seed as well as series A, B & C investments and has built special expertise around FinTech, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Software, Environmental Tech, AgriTech and FoodTech.