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In Poland raising seed money is easy, according to some entrepreneurs. Not only do Polish startups are getting spoilt with the EU funded VCs, this time there is also Israeli money, as Giza Polish Ventures has announced its intention to spend over 18 million Euros in the country. It will invest between 20 000 to 1 million Euros in the early stage projects.
Through the association with one of the oldest Israeli venture funds Giza Ventures, which has over 450 million Euros of funds under management, Giza Polish Ventures plans to draw on its years of expertise. Zeev Holtzmann, Giza Ventures’ founder and chairman is also the Chairman of the Investment Committe of Giza Polish Ventures, while Shmuel Chafets and Yuval Avni are also members of its management team. One of the latest news from Giza Ventures is $2 million investment in Visual.ly which was announced last month.
Giza Polish Ventures will also rely on its network of sucessful Polish and international businessmen, inviting them to co-invest in the selected companies and support them with their expert advice and network of contacts.
The fund will consider projects in telecommunication, IT / Software, Media / Internet, Medical devices and CleanTech.
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