Genesis Partners spins out $50 million fund, F2 Capital, to back early-stage startups in Israel

Lora Kolodny posted: "Three members of the senior investing team at Genesis Partners, a major Israeli venture firm, are stepping out with a new, early-stage fund of their own called F2 Capital.

For the unfamiliar, Genesis Partners’ portfolio companies have been acquired by t"

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Genesis Partners spins out $50 million fund, F2 Capital, to back early-stage startups in Israel

by Lora Kolodny

Three members of the senior investing team at Genesis Partners, a major Israeli venture firm, are stepping out with a new, early-stage fund of their own called F2 Capital. For the unfamiliar, Genesis Partners’ portfolio companies have been acquired by the likes of Apple, IBM, Microsoft and Sapiens over the past decade, and have gone […]

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Lora Kolodny | November 30, 2016 at 11:27 pm | Tags: Barak Rabinowitz, F2 Capital, early stage fund, genesis partners, The Junction, fund formation, Israel, Eddy Shalev, Jonny Saacks, seed funding, accelerators | Categories: Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Enterprise, Finance, Hardware, Robotics, Startups, Transportation, Venture Capital, Virtual Reality | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-5Y45

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