California-based AgTech venture capital firm Finistere Ventures has added investment executives in Israel.
The firm has appointed Gil Meron (Meirovich) and Eyal Rosenthal as venture partners to explore and strengthen its AgTech investments in key region.
Meron and Rosenthal will work with existing portfolio companies in Israel and other entrepreneurs to advance AgTech innovation in Israel and drive global market penetration.
Before joining Finistere, Meron served as general manager of Yarden Group. In addition, he serves on the Board of membrane producer AMS Membranes. Previously, Meron spent years advising companies on strategic issues as a consultant with Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Rosenthal is a managing director in Infinity Equity Group, where he spent more than a decade leading its cross-border investments between Israel and China. In addition, Rosenthal has served as a board member for Technoplus Ventures for the past six years.
Led by Arama Kukutai, co-founder and partner, Finistere Ventures is an agricultural technology and life sciences venture capital investor, with offices in Palo Alto and San Diego. Current portfolio companies include CropX, Plenty and ZeaKal, and Radicle, an acceleration fund dedicated to growing early stage AgTech startups.