Israel Cleantech Ventures (ICV) is an Israeli venture capital firm that invests in early-stage companies in the energy, water, and agricultural technology sectors.
ICV was founded in 2005 by Uriel Weinreich, Yoav Chelouche, and Zipi Shohat. The firm has offices in Tel Aviv and Palo Alto, and has raised $140 million across three funds.
As of February 2015, ICV has invested in 37 companies, including Waze, ReWalk, AQUA-4D, and GreenIQ.
In February 2015, ICV announced the close of its third fund, with $85 million in committed capital.
Israel Cleantech Ventures (ICV) is a venture capital firm focused on early-stage companies in the energy, water, and agricultural technology sectors. The firm was founded in 2005 and has offices in Tel Aviv and Palo Alto. As of February 2015, ICV has raised $140 million across three funds and has invested in 37 companies, including Waze, ReWalk, AQUA-4D, and GreenIQ.
In February 2015, ICV announced the close of its third fund, with $85 million in committed capital. This new fund will allow ICV to continue its mission of investing in and supporting entrepreneurs who are working on innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.
The team at ICV is passionate about making a difference in the world, and they are committed to working with companies that have the potential to make a positive impact on the environment and the lives of people around the globe. If you are working on a Cleantech startup, they encourage you to get in touch.
Since its inception in 2000, ICV has invested in over 200 companies. In that time, we have seen firsthand the transformative power that businesses can have on communities and the economy.
We are proud to have been a part of so many success stories, and we are committed to continue investing in businesses that create jobs, drive innovation, and make a positive impact on society.
Thank you for supporting ICV and our portfolio companies. We look forward to continuing to build a bright future together.
In today's business world, it's all about being first to market. In the CleanTech sector, that means investing in early stage companies who are working on the cutting edge of clean technology.
The problem is that early stage companies are often riskier investments. They may not have proven track records, they may not have all their ducks in a row when it comes to permits and regulations, and they may not have the financial stability that more established companies have.
That's where the International Climate Ventures (ICV) comes in. The ICV is a venture capital firm that focuses on investing in early stage CleanTech companies.
The ICV was founded in 2007 by two experienced venture capitalists, Jean-Claude Desmoulins and Philippe de Marcillac. Since then, the ICV has invested in over 30 companies and has helped them grow and scale their businesses.
The ICV is headquartered in San Francisco, but it has a global reach. It has invested in companies in the US, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The ICV is passionate about helping early stage CleanTech companies succeed. If you're a CleanTech entrepreneur with a game-changing idea, the ICV wants to hear from you.
ICV, a venture capital firm, has raised $650 million across three funds, ICV I, ICV II, and ICV Strategic Partners. The firm will invest the majority of the funds in early-stage companies, with a focus on technology and healthcare. ICV has already made some notable investments, including in the online health platform Zocdoc and the healthcare data startup Kyruus. With this latest round of funding, ICV plans to continue its support of high-growth startups that are transforming industries.
The Israel Catalyst Ventures (ICV) portfolio includes companies such as Airborne, Samilil, Trazit, Vuter, Vintert, Yorunerk, Likter, Machshir Lahetz Gdol, Naitkraton, Solari, Palgesh, Karolina, Regnaser, Reshet Hashelei Chachma, Shlosh Etzmot, Tarbut Shachya.
These are just a few of the innovative and groundbreaking companies that make up the ICV portfolio. Each one is working on cutting-edge technology or products that are poised to make a major impact in their respective industries.
We are proud to have helped these companies get to where they are today, and we are excited to see what the future holds for them.