The start-up state is alive and kicking. The investments in high-tech private companies in Israel rose significantly in 2011. However, unlike the case in the past, there are many different types of investors and the lack of homogeneity in their identity presents many challenges to Israeli entrepreneurs.
This article was published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, Volume 25, Number 1 Fall 2011.
This article was published in the Bootcamp Ventures' Newsletter "The Emerging Technology Investments Newsletter - January 2012":
In an opinion piece published in "The Marker", Adv. Zohar Nevo, congratulates the US Congress on passing the Entrepreneur Access to Capital and calls for similar legislation in Israel in order to allow entrepreneurs to raise capital through Crowd Funding.
The Israeli Knesset recently approved an indirect amendment to the Income Tax Ordinance which offers a substantial tax benefit to individuals investing in qualified Israeli R&D companies ("the Amendment").
An article describing a new type of anti dilution protection mechanism, which takes into account the passage of time between the first investment and the diluting investment.