Vintage Investment Partners, a Herzliya, Israel-based global venture capital platform, closed its 4th Growth-Stage Venture Fund, at $200m.
Similar to Vintage’s prior Growth funds, Growth IV will invest in 15-20 Israeli, European, and U.S. growth-stage technology startups, together with its network of tier-one venture capital funds.
The Fund, which is Vintage’s 16th fund overall, will operate in parallel to Vintage’s Fund of Funds and Secondary Funds, all driven by Vintage’s deep database and network, bringing Vintage’s total assets under management to roughly $4 billion.
Vintage will continue to support its portfolio companies and funds through its free Value+ services. The Value+ team cultivates relationships with over 500 corporations with the goal of generating business engagements for startups, funds, and corporate partners. Vintage’s Value+ has generated over 3,300 meetings and introductions between startups and corporations, resulting in nearly 300 known purchase orders or paid proof of concepts for startups from global corporations and over $200 million in business.
Vintage Investment Partners is a global integrated venture platform combining Secondary Funds, Growth-Stage Funds, and Fund-of-Funds. With roughly $4 billion in assets under management across 15 active funds, the firm is invested in many venture funds and mid/late-stage startups. Vintage also leverages its position in the ecosystem, broad network, and database of over 3,800 venture funds and over 23,100 startups to provide value-added services to funds and startups, connecting thousands of venture-backed technology startups to hundreds of corporations seeking support in their digital journeys.
The team includes:
- Alan Feld, Founder and Managing Partner,
- Abe Finkelstein, General Partner at Vintage,
- Asaf Horesh, General Partner at Vintage,
- Amit Frenkel, General Partner at Vintage,
- among others