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Meron Capital

Investor type Venture Capital

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Total investments 23
Average round size
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The average size of a deal this fund participated in
$15M
Portfolio companies 15
Rounds per year 3.83
Lead investments 2
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How often the fund supports its portfolio startups at next rounds
0.35
Exits 2
Key employees Soon
Stages of investment
Early Stage Venture
Seed

Areas of investment

  • Information Technology
  • B2B
  • Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Financial Services
Summary

Meron Capital appeared to be the VC, which was created in 2016. The main department of described VC is located in the Tel Aviv. The company was established in Asia in Israel.

The usual cause for the fund is to invest in rounds with 3-4 partakers. Despite the Meron Capital, startups are often financed by Microsoft ScaleUp Tel Aviv, TSVC, StageOne Ventures. The meaningful sponsors for the fund in investment in the same round are Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), 31Ventures Global Innovation Fund, StageOne Ventures. In the next rounds fund is usually obtained by Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), Flint Capital, 31Ventures Global Innovation Fund.

Deals in the range of 5 - 10 millions dollars are the general things for fund. Considering the real fund results, this VC is 5 percentage points more often commits exit comparing to other organizations. The fund is constantly included in 2-6 investment rounds annually. The top activity for fund was in 2019.

For fund there is a match between the country of its foundation and the country of its the most frequent investments - Israel. Moreover, a startup needs to be at the age of 2-3 years to get the investment from the fund. Among the various public portfolio startups of the fund, we may underline Loom Systems, Lumigo, Axonize The fund has no exact preference in some founders of portfolio startups. In case when startup counts 5+ of the founder, the chance for it to get the investment is meager. Among the most successful fund investment fields, there are Blockchain, Internet of Things.

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation

Mesh Payments

B2B
FinTech
Mobile Payments
Payments
$60M07 Sep 2022 New York, New York, United States

Apono

Cyber Security
Information Technology
$5M22 Mar 2022 Wilmington, Delaware, United States

Lendai

Financial Services
Real Estate
$35M09 Mar 2022 Rishon Lezion, Center District, Israel

Mesh Payments

B2B
FinTech
Mobile Payments
Payments
$50M14 Dec 2021 New York, New York, United States

Laminar

$32M17 Nov 2021 Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel

Lumigo

Apps
Information Services
$29M01 Nov 2021 Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

Genetika+

Health Care
Personal Health
Psychology
$10M30 Sep 2021 Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel

Sorbet

Financial Services
$15M24 Jun 2021 Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

Sorbet

Financial Services
$6M01 Apr 2021 Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel
News
Sorbet Closes $21M in Funding

– Sorbet is an Israeli fintech startup founded in 2019.
– The company raised $21m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Dovi Frances’ Group 11, along with current investors, including: Viola Ventures, Meron Capital and Global Founders Capital.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s operations to Australia.

Sorbet raises $6M seed led by Viola Ventures to tackle the thorny financials of paid time off

– U.S./Israeli startup Sorbet, which is tackling what companies do with the financial risks as employees accrue paid time off (PTO), has raised $6m in a seed funding round led by Viola Ventures, with participation by Global Founders Capital and Meron Capital.
– The company says that in the U.S., employees use only 72% of PTO balances, even though it’s the most sought-after benefit. But this, effectively, comes out at 768 million unused days off a year, worth around $224 billion.
– This creates a difficult problem for CFOs and accountants because its creates balance sheet liabilities on the company’s books.
– Sorbet buys out these PTO liabilities from employees, then loads the cash value of the PTO on prepaid credit cards for the employees.

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