Xenia Venture Capital

Xenia Venture Capital

A venture capital and private equity firm investing in high-technology companies.

Xenia Venture Capital is a venture capital and private equity firm investing in high-technology companies that is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel and was founded in 2003. The firm owns 50% of a technological incubator, called VLX, which operates under the Office of the Chief Scientist of the State of Israel (OCS).

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Xenia Venture Capital has made 14 investments, 4 lead investments, and 2 exits. Notable investments made by the firm include: KeepMED (series A and series B), Correlix (series B, series C, venture round, and exit), Playcast Media (series B and exit), Superfish (series B and series C), SafePeak (venture round), and BioProtect (series C).

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