PWC MoneyTree Report Q3 2012: Israeli VC Investments Down 33%

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Last week PWC released its quarterly moneytree report on the state of the venture capital industry in Israel. The top line figures indicate a 33% decline in VC investments in Q3, reaching $171 million compared to $255 million in the previous year. The main reason stated is the decline in availability of local VC funding. Overall in the first 3 quarters of 2012, Israeli companies raised $591 million, compared to $904 million in the equivalent period in 2011. Continue Reading

Ten Years, $11.1 Billion Dollars

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Israeli startups have raised $11.1 Billion dollars in the period of 2001-2010, says Globes in an article published today. The amount was calculated by the Israel MoneyTree Report for 2001-2010, conducted quarterly by PricewaterhouseCooper Israel. The report doesn’t specify how much money was generated from the exits in these investments. Continue Reading

Highlights from the Q3 2010 Israel MoneyTree Report: Investments Still Growing Amid Foggy Conditions

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The Q3 2010 MoneyTree report for Israel was published yesterday with somewhat encouraging results: VC investments in Israel continue to grow and some $253 million were invested in VC-backed tech companies in the third quarter, representing a 23% increase compared to the previous quarter and a 42% compared to the same period last year which only saw $178 million invested. Continue Reading