ABOUT US

Growth Capital & Strategic Guidance
Israel Growth Partners (IGP) empowers exceptional hi-tech companies at growth phase and supports strong management teams as they navigate to build large global companies and become category leaders. We provide our portfolio companies with growth capital, strategic guidance and, when needed, hands-on experience - all aimed towards accelerated growth and successful partnership.

OUR PORTFOLIO

FUN(D) STATS

19
Portfolio Companies
2
Funds
600M
Under Management
6
Bootstrap Companies
2
Family owned companies
16M
Rev @ Investment
18.5M
Average Check
110M
Largest Investment
10M
Smallest Investment
5
Exits
4
Unicorns
8
Team Members

PEOPLE

One Team - A World of Opportunities
As a small collaborative team of former technology executives and seasoned investors, our core strengths are in the value-added guidance we provide. We work hard to identify and empower outstanding teams, while ensuring alignment of interests between investors and management teams as we partner forward.

INSIGHTS

Why did we invest in Novidea ?

Amir Oliker
Happy to introduce our latest and greatest investment! Insurance distribution is a huge market, estimated at nearly $300bn. Brokers, MGAs and insurance agents are the major sales channel used by insurance company to reach customers. Even in today’s increasingly digital age where D2C (direct to consumer) insurance companies such as...

Building Global Companies from Israel

HAIM SHANI
Building Global Companies from Israel In recent years, thousands of words have been written about the need to build high-tech companies in and from Israel that will grow to realize their potential – instead of targeting an early exit or sale to global companies. The general assumption is that a...
11
Jan

McMakler receives 50 million euros

Starbase
The company's valuation is now said to be €800 million. Investors include Scottish investment management firm Baillie Gifford, which is a new entrant, and U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus and an existing investor.
05
Sep

Digital forensics firm Cellebrite to go public via $2.4 bln SPAC deal

Nasdaq
April 8 (Reuters) - Cellebrite DI Ltd, a digital intelligence company, said on Thursday it has agreed to go public through a merger with a blank-check firm, valuing the equity of the combined company at around $2.4 billion. The deal is expected to provide the merged entity with gross cash proceeds of $480 million, including private investments from fund groups such as Light Street Capital, Makena Capital and Axon Enterprise Inc.