Aleph is a Tel Aviv, Israel based venture capital firm. Founded in 2013 by Eden Shochat and Michael Eisenberg, their stated goal is to service the startup community and its entrepreneurs in Israel. They have invested in globally scaleable businesses such as WeWork, Conduit, Wix, Shopping.com and Aternity.
Aleph sees themselves as a startup. They have the opportunity, resources and desire to change the kind of support the Israeli entrepreneurial eco-system can expect from a venture capital firm. To that end, they try to use their resources in order to build a series of scalable software and services that help build an Israeli company and help that company on a global stage.
In 2016, Aleph added Aaron Ronsenson as an equal partner with Eden Shochat and Michael Eisenberg to help them expand their ability to find new investment opportunities in Israel and globally.
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Why Top Israeli Venture Firm Aleph Is Making A 26-Year-Old An Equal Partner
April 13, 2016