Venture Capital in Israel: Emergence and Globalization Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In-depth look at the emergence of venture capital (VC) in Israel, tracking not only the industry, but many drivers, including high technology and its roots in Israel (government sponsorship, etc.). Considers VC industry in 2001. Professional VC is growing rapidly due to increasing domestic players capitalizing on local knowledge and experience, and non-Israeli companies, who came to Israel looking to invest in high-tech next winner. Asked what role the Israeli VC firms have in the future: Israeli VC firms will be able to survive, or will American companies come and pluck the best deals right now? If the Israeli partner firms with U.S. firms, and if so, how? While it may Israeli venture capital firms in the Middle East and trying to compete with American companies in the U.S.? "Hide
by Ezra Zuckerman, Janet Feldstein Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business 26 pages. Publication Date: November 5, 2001. Prod. #: SM88-PDF-ENG

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