While many of its startups are based in Israel, OurCrowd’s network of 30,000 registered investors hail from over 150 countries (although primary investors are based in the United States). Members average seven investments, with a portfolio size of over $350,000.
“Our portfolio is, by design, quite diverse,” Medved said during a press conference. “We have companies that run the gamut from drones to agtech, from cybersecurity to food technology, to consumer software and medical products, digital health, and big cloud data.”
Notable OurCrowd exits in 2018 include dual camera technology producer Corephotonics (by Samsung), electric scooter startup Jump Bikes (by Uber), and computer vision firm Invertex acquisition (by Nike).
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