Investor Overview

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Founded:
1993
Founders:
Rami Kalish, Aharon Dovrat, Chemi Peres
Headquarters:
Herzliya B
Funds Raised:
unknown
Description:
Pitango is one of Israel's leading venture capital firms, that has been investing in technology entrepreneurs since 1993.

Detailed Description

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Pitango is one of Israel's leading venture capital firms, that has been investing in technology entrepreneurs since 1993. With offices in Israel and Silicon Valley, California, Pitango currently manages several venture funds totaling over $1.6 Billion in committed capital. It is invested in more than 150 companies; among them are companies that have gone public, such as JinkoSolar, RADWARE, Retalix, CardGuard and others as well as companies that were acquired, such as dbMotion (acquired by AllScripts), superDimension (acquired by Covidien), Anobit (acquired by Apple), VideoSuf (acquired by MSFT), Provigent (acquired by Broadcom), Convergin (acquired by Oracle), Optonol (acquired by Alcon), Dune Networks (acquired by Broadcom) Ventor (acquired by Medtronic), Traiana (acquired by ICAP), ColBar (acquired by Johnson & Johnson), RADLAN (acquired by Marvell) and Disc-o-Tech (acquired by Kyphone). Pitango invests in early stage start-ups, as well as growth phase companies in the IT, Life Sciences and Cleantech industries.

Current Team (23)

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Past Team (8)

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Investments (121)

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Offices/Locations (2)

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  • Pitango Silicon Valley

    540 Cowper St.

    Suite 200

    Palo Alto, CA 94301

    USA

  • Pitango Israel

    11 HaMenofim St.

    Building B

    Herzliya B, 4672562

    ISR