ExitValley focuses on early stage Israeli startups, along with listings featuring real-estate projects, and small businesses. They are the first equity crowdfunding platform in Israel, the "startup nation", and give investors access to startups they believe are set to succeed. They offer a full package of support to startups raising funds. In addition, they create a secondary market, allowing investors to sell their stocks to other investors through the platform.
"OurCrowd's professional team is comprised of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors, and geeks with decades of combined experience building businesses, raising capital, and investing in Israeli and global startups.
We are passionate about selecting the biggest ideas being developed by the top startups from Israel and beyond, and sharing those opportunities with you."
AltaClub VC along with its parent Altair VC invest in early stage technology startups, primarily from Israel, Russia and the US. AltaClub gives accredited investors the opportunity to co-invest with them in curated investment rounds, often alongside notable VCs such as 500 startups, Andreessen Horowitz and more. Investors can sell their shares in the next round, thus AltaClub stands out among equity crowdfunding platforms in the level of liquidity it offers its investors.
iAngels is a unique equity crowdfunding platform that is a hybrid between a VC and angel investment firm. International investors get a chance to invest in a highly curated portfolio of innovative Israeli tech startups, or in the whole portfolio through a dedicated fund. Investors pay to a commission to invest, while startups that are accepted to iAngels need not pay.
Lucid IL is a boutique advisory firm offering investors unique access to Israeli startups. Startups are carefully curated, and the main criteria for their selection is: strong leadership, innovative technology, large addressable market.
EquityNet is a unique equity crowdfunding platform in that it provides patent protected analytical tools for both investors and entrepreneurs. They don't take part in the transaction, nor do they charge any success fee from either side. Instead they charge startups a subscription fee, for which they provide a platform to showcase the entrepreneur's business plan and pitch, and attract investors to view them on their site. They further help startups by verifying the investors' identity and accreditation. They are one of the first equity crowdfunding platforms in the US, and claim to have facilitated more that 300M$ of investments.
Keepers' app helps protect children on the web, by monitoring all the activity on their smartphones and alerting the parents in real time of any abusive or harmful behavior detected. They boast partnerships with international telecommunication giants and are on a mission to increase children's safety worldwide.
One of the more active and established equity crowdfunding platforms, Crowdfunder claims to have obtained USD 180m in investments commitments across 36,000 companies. Companies who seek investment via Crowdfunder are charged a fixed monthly subscription fee, but retain all funds invested – there are no charges for investors either. Crowdfunder only provides the marketing platform, but is not involved in the investment process beyond that.
We strongly urge you to consider the fact that investing in startups, real-estate projects or any other venture through equity crowdfunding involves substantial risks and may result in the loss of your entire investment. Nothing on this website constitutes an offer or solicitation to sell, buy or subscribe to any securities in any country or jurisdiction, and nothing in it is intended as investment advice.