Angular Ventures Closes Maiden Fund, at $41M

angular venturesAngular Ventures, a global venture capital firm, closed its maiden fund, at $41m.

The fund received support from commercial LPs, especially from the US. Of the $41m in the new fund, over 50 % comes from the US, and 74 % of the capital base is institutional, including two US-based endowments, several leading fund-of-funds, and family offices from around the world.

Founded in May 2018 by Gil Dibner, Angular Ventures is a specialist, early-stage, enterprise/deep tech fund which invests between $250K and $1.5M, and seek to partner with companies anywhere from their “first check” to their Series A. They invest anywhere in Europe and Israel and have already made twelve investments, several of which are still in stealth mode.
Among others, these include:
– Candu
– Datos
– Dust Identity
– KintoHub
– Planable
– Trellis
– Valohai
– Vault Platform

The firm operates from offices in Tel Aviv, London, and New York.

The team includes Anne Blum, Head of Platform, who is based in New York to provide hands-on support to our portfolio as they break into the US market. In addition, experienced mentors — matched specifically to each portfolio company – includes:
– Fred Simon (founder of JFrog),
– Eldad Farkash (founder of SiSense),
– Jerry Dischler (product lead at Google Search), and
– Guy Poreh (formerly head of digital for BBDO).



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