Newly-Formed GMI Ventures Aims to Invest in Proven Startups

The fund is only targeting startups with an existing revenue stream and a proven technology.

Three Israeli financial and marketing veterans have come together to launch GMI Ventures, a fund aiming to invest in local and global startups.

Based in Tel Aviv, Nurit Mor Cohen, a veteran investment banker, and Oz Moshe, another capital markets expert, partnered with Evan Katz, a marketing and blockchain expert, to establish the joint venture fund. All three have over a decade of experience in their individual fields.

Better Risk Management

The new venture fund is strategically managing the investment risk by backing only startups with proven technologies and initial revenues on their products while generating business activities with them to increase profitability and stability.

The press release shared with Finance Magnates highlighted that the fund is also aiming to invest a part of its portfolio in companies that are awaiting to go public shortly.

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Targeting qualified investors and wealth managers, GMI noted that its “investors will enjoy a special bonus – to be paid to them from business activities of GMI with the portfolio companies of the Fund.”

“The unique tool enables eligible investors to join smart money investing and diversify their portfolio with exposure to a balanced portfolio of High-tech companies that passed GMI’s analysis and filters in a manner that is otherwise available only for investors with over $5 million capital,” GMI explained.

As featured on GMI’s website, the new-born company already partnered with several international companies, mainly in APAC and North America including ATAS-1, Evermore, Venture Gurukool, BNR, CAL, Orca, and others

Moreover, the increasing demand for cryptocurrencies prompted the fund to open a crypto clearing solution and is expecting up to 5 percent of its incoming investments in major digital currencies and to also invest in blockchain technologies.

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