Singaporean Spring Capital Eyes Israeli Startups For Investment
By Anouk Lorie December 27, 2012 < 1 minute
Spring Capital, a VC owned by the Singaporean government, which manages $150 million, is looking to invest in Israeli startups. Israeli financial magazine Globes reports that the VC is in talks with several Israeli startups and that investment will focus on companies at the beginning of the sales stage in areas such as software, algorithm processing, Big Data, security, and biotechnology.
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