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

10
Portfolio Companies
2
Funds
470M
Under Management
4
Bootstrap Companies
2
Family owned companies
24.1M
Rev @ Investment
17.2M
Average Check
25M
Largest Investment
8.2M
Smallest Investment
2
Exits
5
Proprietary investments
5
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 Pipl ?

ASSAF HAREL
Why We Invested in Pipl ? We first learned about the company from a friend in the US who called to ask if we’d ever heard of Pipl – this amazing Israeli company involved in people search, that no one had heard of, that had never raised money, yet was...

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...
04
Sep

Israeli cloud storage co Zadara raises $25m

Globes
IGP Capital led the investment in the company, which uses a combination of industry-standard hardware and patented software to deliver powerful enterprise-class data storage.
20
Jun

IGP today announced a $230 million first closing of a new growth investment fund, IGP II.

Globes
IGP today announced a $230 million first closing of a new growth investment fund, IGP II.