Red Bend Software is backed by leading venture capital firms including Carmel Ventures, Greylock Partners, Pitango Venture Capital, Poalim Ventures, Infinity and Coral Group.
With over $600 million currently under management, several successful exits, and a growing portfolio of promising start-ups, Carmel is among Israel's top-tier venture capital funds. Carmel's investments are focused primarily on early stage companies in the fields of Software, Communications, Internet, Media, Semiconductors, and Consumer Electronics. Founded in 2000 by pioneers and leaders of the Israeli high tech industry, Carmel provides significant capital and active, hands-on support through the growth cycle of its portfolio companies and is recognized as a true company building fund in Israel. Carmel, headquartered in Herzliya, Israel enjoys a worldwide network of industry, strategic and investment resources. Carmel is an affiliate of the Viola Partners Group, a leading innovative private equity investment group with over $1.5B under management focused on technology-based investment opportunities in Israel. For more information, please visit www.carmelventures.com.
Coral Group is a leading venture capital firm focused on technology companies, with a particular interest in the communications, software, enterprise computing and media sectors. Coral partners with emerging companies in markets experiencing technology-driven transitions, which often result in new business modalities and new market participants. Since 1990, the Coral team has invested in over 100 companies in the United States, Israel and Europe contributing to their growth through direct involvement with management and boards of directors using Coral's deep operational experience and broad international relationships. For more information, visit www.coralcm.com.
Founded in 1965, Greylock Partners is one of the world’s leading early-stage venture capital firms. Over the past 40 years, Greylock has funded and helped build several hundred successful companies in the US, Israel and Europe. The Greylock approach uniquely puts the entrepreneur first, with Greylock working as an ‘invited guest’ in a highly supportive yet consultative way to help entrepreneurs build market-leading companies. Companies Greylock has funded include Ascend Communications, Continental Cable, DoubleClick, Internet Security Systems, Legato, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Phone.com (now OpenWave), Tellabs, Trilogy, Red Hat and Sungard. Greylock’s offices are located in the Boston area and in Silicon Valley, visit http://www.greylock.com.
Pitango Venture Capital is one of the leading venture capital firms in Israel. Established in the pioneering days of the VC industry in Israel, Pitango is a lead investor in seed, early and expansion stage companies. During their first ten years, they have helped cultivate over 85 companies in a diversified range of technology sectors. Pitango manages funds in excess of $700 million in committed capital from well-established international investors and is deployed globally with offices in Israel, London, Silicon Valley and New York. Visit http://www.pitango.com.
Poalim Ventures is a venture capital fund investing and actively supporting Israeli and Israeli-related high-tech companies, ranging from start-ups to pre-public mature companies in the areas of enterprise software, communications, cellular technologies, security, and IT. Poalim Ventures established and directly manages several venture capital funds. With $250 million under total management and over $100 million under direct management, our team invests its time and effort into leveraging our portfolio companies from inception to success. Poalim Ventures is part of The Poalim Capital Markets Group and a subsidiary of Bank Hapoalim, the largest and most respected banking group in Israel, visit http://www.pcm.co.il.
Infinity, founded by Clal Industries and Investments Ltd. from the IDB group, is one of the leading Israeli-related funds managing more than US$600 million and a portfolio of 45 companies. Since June 2005, Infinity has had 14 successful exits. The Infinity I-China Fund, the newest Infinity fund, is the largest fund that focuses on Israeli-Chinese related opportunities and serves as a bridge for Israeli-Chinese business initiatives and for other non-Chinese companies interested in doing business in China. The fund attracts high profile investors around the world, including IDB in Israel and the China Development Bank in China. The Infinity I-China Fund has a highly experienced international team spanning the globe with offices in Tel-Aviv, China mainland, Hong Kong and New York. For more information: www.infinity-equity.com.