David Feldman

Flint Capital appoints David Feldman to represent Israel office

“Israel’s startup ecosystem remains within Flint Capital’s core strategy, making up half of our portfolio,” said General Partner Sergey Gribov

Flint Capital, a Boston-based venture capital firm that has invested in Israeli technology for the last decade, has announced that it has appointed David Feldman to represent its Israel office. Former heads of Flint Capital’s local activity were David Citron, who most recently founded Sheva VC along with former Israeli NBA player Omri Casspi, then Adi Levanon, Founding Partner of Selah Ventures.
“Israel’s startup ecosystem remains within Flint Capital’s core strategy, making up half of our portfolio,” said Flint Capital’s General Partner, Sergey Gribov. “We believe investing in our Israel presence while having a US-based HQ strategically positions us to continue to provide value to our companies. David is the ideal candidate to represent Flint Capital in Israel, he is well-connected, eager to help companies, and shares our founder-friendly approach.”

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Before joining the firm, Feldman was an Investor at Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), founded by Israeli businessman and former politician Erel Margalit. Before that, he led the Fintech sector for Deloitte Catalyst where he worked with the firm's multinational clients to identify and implement cutting-edge Israeli technology solutions throughout their organizations.
Flint Capital focuses on early-stage, scalable software companies with specific interests in Enterprise Software, Fintech, Cyber Security, DevOps, Cloud, Digital Health, and Consumer Applications. It has made early-stage investments in companies such as WalkMe, CyberX (acquired by Microsoft), Voca.ai (acquired by Snap), Loom Systems (acquired by ServiceNow), and Flo Health.
Its Fund-I and Fund-II were both over $100 million and its new Flint Capital-III and Flint Capital Opportunity Fund are already operational. Both new funds will continue to be heavily focused on Israel’s early-stage startup landscape and will invest checks from $500,000 to $10 million.