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Red Dot Capital Partners Announce First Close of $250 Mn Early Growth Fund

Red Dot Capital Partners, an Israel-based early-growth venture capital fund, completed the first closing of third fund, securing investor commitments exceeding $200 million. The fund invests across Israeli tech industry sectors, including enterprise software, fintech and cybersecurity.

Red Dot Capital Partners, an Israel-based early-growth venture capital fund, completed the first closing of third fund, securing investor commitments exceeding $200 million. The fund invests across Israeli tech industry sectors, including enterprise software, fintech and cybersecurity.

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This Fund will allow Red Dot Capital Partners to reiterate their commitment to fueling the growth of the Israeli tech ecosystem by investing in early-growth Israeli startups.

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“We completed an initial closing of over $200 million, with the fund’s goal set at $250 million,” Yaniv Stern told Calcalist. “We are an early growth fund that typically enters stages when companies have $1-5 million ARR, in the late A to early C stages, and in rounds ranging from $20-40 million. From our perspective, a company should have a substantial presence in Israel, such as a development center. The mere fact that there are two Israeli entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley does not qualify the company as Israeli in our view.”

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About Red Dot Capital Partners

Founded in 2016, Red Dot Capital Partners is an Israel-based expansion and early growth venture fund investing in breakout technology companies. Red Dot supports its portfolio companies in identifying and navigating expansion opportunities in fast developing markets and within its LP’s networks and businesses – with a focus on SE Asia and Japan.

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