8 stories about Secondary
Efrat Shuster

Will 2023 be the year of the secondary in high-tech?

27.12.22|Efrat Shuster
“With reasonable valuations and no need for raising new money, companies and shareholders may provide an opportunity for secondary shares sales at a more accommodating price for the buyers,” writes Efrat Shuster
מימין: השותפים בקרן ISF ג'וש שיר, דרור גלס, אווה הובשמן, שמואל שילה וניר ליצ'בסקי.

ISF raises $312 million for 3rd secondary fund focused on Israeli high-tech market

13.06.22|Meir Orbach
Israel Secondary Fund has invested directly and indirectly in approximately 220 companies, including MyHeritage, Aidoc, WSC, Innovid, Valens, Pixellot, Verbit, Waze, Glilot, and Vertex
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Selling out? Why startup employees are dumping their options

21.02.22|Sophie Shulman
Some Israeli hi-tech employees seem to be in a hurry to unload their company options as quickly as they can, even at the cost of compromising on their startup's valuation. Could this be one of the first signs of air starting to escape from the startup bubble?
טל לב עמי איתי לחן נדב סופרמן Cloudinary

Cloudinary employees net $110 million in secondary deals at $2 billion company valuation

15.02.22|Meir Orbach
The Israeli company reached $100 million in annual recurring revenue last year with its automated, AI-powered media management platform
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The rise in secondary deals is great news for the Israeli tech sector

24.01.22|Moran Chamsi
"Recognizing secondary-share transactions as a legitimate, worthy, and valuable process for various industry players can drive the high-tech market one step further," writes Moran Chamsi of Amplefields Investments
משה מזרחי מייסד חברת הום סקינוביישנס

Medical Aesthetic Company InMode in Talks for Secondary Offering

23.12.19|Golan Hazani
The Israel-based company listed on Nasdaq in August at a $450 million company valuation but has since reached a $1.3 billion market capitalization
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With $215 Million in Commitments, Vintage Closes Tenth Fund

06.08.17|Meir Orbach
Its latest fund brings the capital managed by Israel-based venture capital firm to around $1.5 billion