- Language: English
- 500 Pages +
- Published: December 2013
- Region: Global
IVC 2013 Yearbook - Israel High-Tech, Venture Capital and Private Equity Directory
- Published: April 2013
- Region: Israel
- 430 Pages
- IVC Research Center
The IVC 2013 Yearbook, includes extensive data on nearly 5,600 Israeli advanced technology companies identified with their sectors, revenue status and more. The Yearbook also covers changing trends and investor activity over the past year, with detailed profiles of more than 50 active venture capital funds and 20 active private equity funds operating in Israel. Noteworthy is the growing foreign investor involvement in Israel, with 15 of the most active foreign investors profiled in detail. Chapters are also devoted to other investors including technological incubators, technology transfer companies, investment companies, angels and angel clubs – all identified with their technological investment preferences, number of active portfolio companies and more.
The Israeli investment and high-tech industry's eco-system is supported by the work of highly focused service providers – investment bankers, accounting firms, law firms and other professionals - that help facilitate venture capital activity.
The Research Overview chapter with its wealth of data stands out as one of the Yearbook's favored sections, helping to provide readers with an in-depth understanding of venture capital industry trends and developments in Israel. The Israel Venture Capital Fund and High-Tech Company Analysis co-produced with KPMG Somekh Chaikin, features an annual review and in-depth data on high-tech capital raising, venture capital investments, high-tech exits and deals and more. The Israel Private Equity Fund Analysis sponsored by GKH - Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co. provides an overview of the constantly growing private equity industry in Israel.
The Viewpoints chapter provides additional industry insights by guest writers from Pantheon Ventures who discuss the global PE industry turnaround, and from Vintage Investment Partners who see Israel's VC industry as poised for stronger returns. In addition, MATIMOP's Michel Hivert presents the case for potential emerging markets.
The IVC 2013 Yearbook, sponsored by Bank Leumi, BDO Ziv-Haft, and Giza Venture Capital. The Yearbook is has been enthusiastically received by the investment and entrepreneurial communities both in Israel and abroad since its launch in 1997.
This high-tech, venture capital and private equity guide features over 500 pages of data on the Israeli high-tech and venture capital industries, articles by industry leaders and IVC's annual statistical analysis as well as hundreds of profiles of:
- Israeli High-Tech Companies
- Venture Capital Funds
- Private Equity Funds
- Investment Companies
- Angel Investors
- Foreign Investors
- Foreign and Local Law Firms
- Foreign and Local Accountants
- Technology Transfer Companies
- Investment Banks
- Consulting Firms
- Executive Search Firms
- Government Incentives
- Key Executives
- and more... SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Letter from the Israel Advanced Technology Industries – IATI
Letter from Israel's Chief Scientist
Israel at a Glance
- Meeting the challenges facing Israel's VC industry, Zeev Holtzman
- Global PE industry turnaround: the LPs' point of view,
- Helen Steers, Francesco Di Valmarana, Moshe (Mushak) Lifshitz
- The glass is half-full: Israel venture capital poised for stronger return,
- Abe Finkelstein, Yonah Monk
- Tapping the potential of emerging markets,
- Michel Hivert
Venture Capital Management Companies
Private Equity Management Companies
- Accounting Firms
- Investment Banks
- Law Firms
- Professional Services
Technology Transfer Companies
Government Supported Incentive Program
- Key Executives
The IVC Yearbook is the most detailed publication of its kind. The Israeli High-Tech, Venture Capital and Private Equity Directory, the IVC Yearbook is the number one source of information on Israel's “growth engine”. This comprehensive English-language directory contains in-depth data, analysis and views on the high-tech industry, venture capital and private equity investors and start-ups operating in Israel. The yearbook also includes articles written by industry leaders, and profiles such topics as angel and foreign investors, local and foreign law and accounting firms, government incentives – and more.
Circulated to thousands of decision makers, the IVC Yearbook is delivered directly to leading executives in the high-tech, venture capital and private equity business: entrepreneurs, institutional investors, venture capital funds, high-tech companies, investment banks and service providers, as well as commercial attaches and economic delegations in and outside of Israel. The yearbook is also distributed to visitors and participants of high-profile business events, including selected IATI annual conferences and the Journey Conference.