Keiretsu Forum announced today a new partnership with Club 100 plus in Tel Aviv, Israel. The new venture, Keiretsu Forum/Club100 plus, will be the 27th chapter of Keiretsu Forum.
“Keiretsu Forum is pleased to welcome Club 100 plus into our global membership,” said Randy Williams, Founder & CEO. “Israel is home to almost 5000 startups, and there are two dozen accelerators and incubators in the Tel Aviv region alone. Keiretsu Forum members want to invest in cutting edge technology coming out of what some call ‘the startup nation’. We are excited to tap into Israel’s intellectual and financial capital.”
“Israelis believe technology is our number one export,” said Jacob Neuwirth (Noy), Co-Founder of Club 100 plus. “We want to share in the global deal flow and due diligence process of Keiretsu Forum. Our members want to benefit from global investments in real estate, energy and infrastructure, and the consumer products investments for which Keiretsu Forum is known. Our members appreciate that Keiretsu Forum has the ability to syndicate successful companies throughout its network and to expand companies from their local financial ecosystems to the global stage.”
Keiretsu Forum is the largest global angel network with 27 chapters and over 1100 accredited investor members and affiliates. Since September 2000, Keiretsu Forum’s communities of accredited angel investor members on three continents have provided more than USD400m of capital into technology, consumer products, Internet, healthcare, life sciences and real estate companies throughout the world. Keiretsu Forum was founded in 2000 in the East Bay of San Francisco, CA. Keiretsu Forum members provide capital in the range of USD250k-USD3m for high-quality, diverse investment opportunities and collaborate in the due diligence, but make their own individual investment decisions.