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FOR THE LONG TERM
At Claltech, we’re looking to invest in leading mid & late-stage companies in the consumer and enterprise sectors that have the vision to disrupt their industries.
Claltech and 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’s technology investment arm in Israel.
Being part of both Clal Industries 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 advice and resources.
A GROUP OF PASSIONATE
Here are just a few of the companies we’ve recently partnered with
(Nasdaq: IS) ironSource powers the app economy, helping mobile content creators prosper with a leading business platform designed to turn any app into a business. ironSource helps customers focus on what they do best – creating great apps and user experiences – while ironSource enables their business expansion in the app economy.
Acquired by Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW). Lightcyber provides automated behavioral analytics capabilities, using sophisticated machine learning to quickly, efficiently and accurately identify attacks based on identifying behavioral anomalies inside the network.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is
dressed in overalls and looks like work.
Vayyar raises $108 million Series E at over $1 billion valuation for 4D imaging radar
Vayyar Imaging, which develops 4D imaging radars, announced on Monday that it has finalized a $108 million Series E round led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT). Vayyar took its total funding to over $300 million. The new round includes first-time Vayyar backers GLy Capital Management and Atreides Management LP, alongside existing investors, including KDT, Battery […]
DataRails raises $50M to boost financial analytics and other tools for Excel spreadsheet acolytes
The New York/Israeli firm has raised a Series B of $50 million, which it plans to use to continue adding more functionality to its existing product, including more predictive modeling capabilities; and to start build new functionality for other spreadsheet-using teams beyond the finance department such as marketing, sales and human resources.
Verbit lands $250M Series E at a $2B valuation to expand its AI-powered transcription platform
Less than six months after raising a $157 million Series D round, AI-powered transcription and captioning platform Verbit announced today it has closed $250 million in a Series E round that values the company at $2 billion. The latest funding brings its total raised to more than $550 million.
Papaya Global Raises $250 Million in Series D Funding at $3.7 Billion Valuation
Papaya Global, the industry-leading workforce management platform transforming global employment, announced today that it has raised $250 million in Series D funding, bringing the company’s valuation to $3.7 billion and Papaya’s total funding to date to $440 million. Papaya’s valuation has increased tenfold since September 2020.
Akamai buys Israel’s Guardicore
US-based Akamai Technologies has acquired Israeli cybersecurity company Guardicore for about $600 million. The Guardicore acquisition is likely to generate revenue of $30-35 million for Akamai in 2022, the US company said. Guardicore was founded eight years ago by chief executive officer Pavel Gurvich, Ariel Zeitlin and Dror Sal’ee. It has raised $110 million since […]
Israeli AI services intelligence co Aquant raises $70m
Israeli AI services intelligence co Aquant raises $70m Israeli AI services intelligence platform developer Aquant has announced the completion of a $70 million Series C financing round led by Qumra Capital, Insight Partners, and Pitango Growth. Previous investors Lightspeed Venture Partners and Angular Ventures also participated in the round, along with new investors Schneider Electric Ventures […]