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New equity crowdfunding Platform Provides Access to Israeli Startups

CEO Oded Eliashiv / courtesy

A new equity crowdfunding platform InvestiNation provides access to some promising startups, is launched toU.S. accredited investors, the company announced today.

The startup in fintech, proptech, contech, medtech, edtech, enterprise software, and other burgeoning fields, feature in-depth research and market knowledge via interactive tools including podcasts and webinars.

InvestiNation, a Besadno group member, is led by CEO Oded Eliashiv, who is also managing partner of affiliate companies B-Seed and BuiltUp Ventures; Eli Gross, founder of Besadno and managing partner of B-Seed and BuiltUp Ventures; and Amos Meron, who has invested in more than 20 startups throughout his career.

“The InvestiNation team utilizes its on-the-ground experience, extensive due diligence process, and cutting-edge methodologies to identify the most promising companies among hundreds of emerging Israeli startups, and helps guide them along an accelerated path of growth and success,” CEO Eliashiv said. “With COVID-19 changing how people invest, perhaps permanently, our platform enables global capital investors to easily access the best of what the Startup Nation has to offer.”

Venture funds available through the platform include BuiltUp Ventures, a new Tel Aviv- and New York-based venture capital firm founded in 2019 by Haredi businessman Eli Gross, who is looking to invest in early-stage real estate technology startups that operate according to Jewish religious laws.

“In addition to investing financially in our partner companies, the InvestiNation team takes an active role in developing and implementing strong go-to-market resources and strategies. Serving as mentors, we leverage our extensive investment expertise, company-building skills, and in-depth market knowledge to facilitate a startup’s success,” said Gross

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