GreenSoil Investments funds companies with transformative technologies that change how we use the world’s resources. Our portfolio companies enable smart and efficient use of energy, water, and land in the Agriculture, Food, and Real Estate sectors.
Our activities are concentrated in two investment funds: agro & food and building innovation.
Thematische Fokusfelder: Bauen/Wohnen, Landwirtschaft/Ernährung
Präferierte Investitionsphasen: Seed, Start-up, Start-up (Series A), Start-up (Series B), Start-up (Series C)
GreenSoil Agro & Food Technologies Fund (GAFT)
Launched in 2011, GreenSoil Investments is the first venture capital fund with an exclusive focus on Israel agro & food technologies. Israel is the birthplace of many innovations that have transformed agriculture and food production. We provide equity capital along with hands-on management expertise and support to high-growth companies with a business model in place.
GreenSoil‘s team of professionals provides portfolio companies with business development expertise in global markets so they can effectively manage their relationships with large agro & food companies.
We are actively seeking companies that match our investments themes.
Greensoil Building Innovation Fund (GBIF)
Our investors are primarily real estate owners and developers, and our management team has extensive operational industry and investment experience. The GBIF investment team leverages this industry experience to identify promising sectors, invest, and foster the growth of its portfolio companies.
Our value proposition to investors and growth stage businesses is a unique capacity to de-risk the investment process via pilot projects and demos, and to accelerate the commercial deployment of these businesses through a diverse network of leading real estate customers and other partners.
We are actively seeking companies that match our investment themes.
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