Glilot Capital Partners Closes Fourth Seed Fund, at $220M


Glilot Capital Partners, a Herzliya Pituach, Israel-based venture capital firm, closed its fourth seed fund, at $220M.

Joining the fourth seed fund as investors are leading cyber and SaaS entrepreneurs, as well as senior executives of global corporations.

The fund, led by Kobi Samborsky, Arik Kleinstein and Nofar Amikam, will invest in young companies in the fields of cybersecurity, enterprise software and developer tools. The firm is also one of the world’s leaders in value creation for the startups it invests in. Within this, Glilot brings hundreds of advisors who hold key positions at global corporations to advise its portfolio companies, while also potentially becoming their first clients.

In addition, the firm has another $180 million fund, Glilot+, which is led by Lior Litwak, and invests in growth stage companies.

Founded in 2011, Glilot Capital has carried out 12 exits, including CyberX, LightCyber and IntSights. The fund’s portfolio comprises dozens of active companies, including At-Bay, CardinalOps, Cider Security, Cyolo, Ermetic, Lightlytics, Lightrun and Upstream.