More Ventures invests in seed and early-stage Israeli technology start-ups, and partners with entrepreneurs and teams who are putting their talents to work on creating technologies and companies that make a difference. More Ventures currently manages over $250M in three funds and is backed by leading institutional investors, multinational corporations and family offices in Europe, the US, Asia and Israel.
Middleland Capital is a private investment firm focused on global early-stage technology opportunities. Leveraging a unique breadth of geographic and industry experience, the firm seeks long-term partnerships with exceptional management teams to commercialize innovative technologies, accelerate growth and build long-term value around the world.
SRK Management Company
SRK Management Company is a private investment firm. The firm is based in New York and was founded by Sidney Knafel, Managing Partner.
F&C Climate Opportunity Partners
F&C Climate Opportunity Partners LP is a fund managed by the 11-member BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) Private Equity team, through F&C Investment Business Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) Private Equity team has over 140 years of combined investment experience and a top quartile track record. The team is part of the BMO Financial Group, which had over $250B Assets Under Management as at 30 April 2015.
AgriNation VC is an agritech and foodtech investment fund that invests in early-stage companies (after the stage of development and before sales) and supports their go-to-market phase in local and global markets.
Agricultural Research Organization (Volcani Center)
The Agricultural Research Organization (ARO) is part of the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. The organization is responsible for most of the agricultural research conducted in Israel. This research aims to improve existing agricultural production systems and to introduce new products, processes and equipment, thereby ensuring the basis of Israel’s future agriculture. The ARO has an extensive research infrastructure that supports both basic and applied research, conducted by more than 200 Ph.D. scientists and 300 engineers and technicians. Numerous breeds, methods and technologies have been developed at ARO and successfully transferred to commercial markets in the form of private and public agritech companies.