Champel Capital co-founder on game plan, how it differs from Israeli VCs and more

 Champel Capital co-founder on game plan, how it differs from Israeli VCs and more

Amir Weitman, co-founder and managing partner, Champel Capital

Earlier this month, Israeli venture capital firm Champel Capital marked the first close of its second fund after collecting $30 million. The five-year-old VC firm, led by co-founders Amir Weitman and Arié Benguigui, aims to invest in more than a dozen deep-tech startups but wants to stay away from “overcrowded” sectors […]
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