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The Ultimate Stack for Venture Capitalists & Angel Investors

A venture capital  technology stack is a mixture of software tools, platforms and apps that work together to help firms source, automate and improve all processes.  A solid tech stack can help a VC firm to operate with less friction, and at higher levels of performance and control. The section below explores some of the industry’s best solutions for the core activities of the VC & PE verticals.

Relationship Management

Vekner’s Choice: Affinity

Alternatives: Pipedrive, Streak 

 Porfolio Management

Vekner’s Choice: Carta

Alternatives: Airtable, Casual

Industry Research

Vekner’s Choice: PitchBook

Alternatives: Crunchbase Pro, CB Insights, Zoominfo, PEI, Clearbit


3. Magma Venture Partners

Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Magma is dedicated to investing in Israel’s information, communications and technology space (ICT), including the software, semiconductor and new media spheres.


4. Aleph VC

Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, the firm was founded in 2013 and it seeks to invest in companies operating in the internet, mobile, software and technology sectors. It’s specialty is in partnering up with great entrepreneurs to help scale them into large, meaningful companies and globally recognized brands.


5. TLV Partners

An early stage VC with $270M under management. This VC invests in early stage startups and help them grow, excel in and lead new markets. It is widely regarded as a fast, decisive, “BS free” venture capital firm.


6. Pitango

One of the oldest VC firms around. Established in 1993, and based in Herzliya, Israel with an additional office in Palo Alto, they have over $2B under management (via Pitango VC and Pitango Growth) and more than 250 portfolio companies.


7. StageOne 

StageOne seeks seed-stage, deep technology B2B startups. Led by highly experienced GPs who evolved to this position from entrepreneurs, they look for highly talented entrepreneurs with profound technological innovations.


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