At Claltech, we’re looking to invest in companies at any stage in the consumer and enterprise sector that have the potential to disrupt their industries. Claltech and its parent company, Clal Industries, are wholly owned by Access Industries, a global investment group with long-term holdings worldwide, led and owned by its chairman Len Blavatnik. Claltech serves as Access’ technology investment arm in Israel. Being part of both Clal and Access, we can introduce you to a vast local and global network. We can help you grow and evolve by connecting you to whatever you need access to, from expertise and talent to advise and resources. We don’t want just to understand your company, but to understand and share your vision and values. We'll see your opportunity as clearly as you do, and we will make your dreams ours.
Here are just a few of the companies we’ve recently partnered with:
Clal Industries has been investing in Israeli companies since 1956. For nearly six decades, Clal has leveraged its financial and managerial expertise as well as its extensive knowledge of markets in Israel and around the globe to increase shareholder value for well-known companies in a variety of industries. Among Clal's portfolio companies in the past and present: With - Fundtech (sold to GTCR) , ECI (Sold to Swarth and Ashmore), Scitex (Sold to HP and Kodak), WLCSP (IPO, China) , Aternity (sold to Riverbed Technologies), Jordan Valley (sold to Bruker), Nova (Public, Nasdaq, sold), Panoramic Power (sold to Direct Energy),Tigo Energy. Industry and retail: Golf, Nesher, Jafora and Clal Energy.
Access Industries is a privately-held industrial group with long-term holdings worldwide. Founded in 1986 by Len Blavatnik, Access Industries has strategic investments in the United States, Asia, Europe and South America with corporate offices in New York, London and Moscow. Access Industries is the owner of Warner Music Group and is an active global investor in technology, ecommerce and fashion companies, including Tango, Gett, Beats (acquired by Apple), Perform, Deezer, Rocket Internet, Zalando, Tory Burch, Global Fashion Group, Lazada, Foodpanda, Crowdsurge, Sentient Technologies and numerous other tech companies.