Founded in 1987 by Jacob Burak, Evergreen Venture Partners was a Tel Aviv, Israel based venture capital firm. They preferred early stage and growth stage investments in the communications, internet, media, software, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and clean technology sectors. In their investment, Evergreen Venture Partners looks to position themselves in different segments of each sector to create a diversified and balanced portfolio.
Evergreen Venture Partners had $700 million funds under management invested in more than 120 technology companies. By 2018, Evergreen Venture Partners closed.
Evergreen Venture Partners has made investments in Quali, Inneractive, Siklu, N-Trig, eASIC, Taboola, Aquarius Technologies, Pentalum Technologies, AeroScout, Nephera, PeerApp and ActiViews.
They have exited investments in Varonis Systems, Peer39, Inneractive, eASIC, N-Trig, PeerApp, AeroScout, Amimon, ActiViews and Ethos Networks.
Evergreen Venture Partners raised their Evergreen's Peace Technology Fund in 1999 at $63 million, their Evergreen Partners III in 1999, Evergreen Partners IV in 2002 and Evergreen Partners V in 2007.
Siklu is a company founded by Izik Kirshenbaum, Yigal Leiba, Baruch Schwarz, Elad Dayan and Yossi Kofman.
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