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Investments

65

Portfolio Exits

9

Funds

2

About iAngels

iAngels, founded in 2014, is an angel investing equity crowdfunding platform that provides accredited investors around the world access to exclusive deals backed by Israel's top performing early-stage investors under the terms they negotiated.

iAngels Headquarters Location

54 Echad Ha'am St.

Tel Aviv, 6578403,

Israel

+972-72-247-8089

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Girls need more than STEM to become next generation’s CEOs - Sponsored Content

Jun 20, 2022

Girls need more than STEM to become next generation’s CEOs Shelly Hod Moyal is Founding Partner at iAngels, a women-led VC firm in Tel Aviv. With over $400m AUM & 24 profitable exits, iAngels is one of Israel’s most active & recognized investors. For more than a decade, STEM has been one of the hottest terms in education, especially when it comes to finally narrowing the gender gap and giving our girls an equal playing field in business and in life. Science, technology, engineering, and math are essential subjects. An emphasis on encouraging women to study them, first embraced in the U.S. in the 1950s, has helped increase the number of women in “left-brain” fields from only eight percent in 1970 to nearly 30% today. While there are now more women than ever before in the fields of medicine, statistics, research, and computing, a gender gap in wages remains stubbornly persistent. Women might be getting a seat at the table, but t hey largely don’t yet have the keys to the corner office because they aren’t in rainmaker roles–the jobs that bring in the money and often lead to the CEO position. Of the top 500 S&P companies, women hold merely six percent of CEO positions. Of the 2,825 billionaires in the world, only 336 are women—and only about 100 of those women have fortunes that are self-made. This is not because women don’t have the drive or ambition to lead. It is among other things because the path to leadership is paved with cultural and behavioral gaps. As opposed to men, who are often taught to take a chance and go for it, as women, we are encouraged to be “perfect ladies”–polite and agreeable. This makes us afraid to dare and instills a fear of failure. We need to not only encourage, but train our girls to dare. We need to bridge these gaps by arming our young women with the core skills they need to become leaders. In venture capital, there are more and more women joining the ranks but it’s still not easy to get selected and promoted within the industry. My partner, Mor Assia, and I circumvented that problem by starting our own firm, iAngels. But I can’t expect that to be the future for all our girls. As a mother of four–including two girls–what I want for our daughters is a clearer path. If we want the future to look different for women, we need to insist that schools also focus on developing leadership skills that foster real-world competence–the kind that teaches you, when faced with a door that won’t unlock, to figure out how to go in through the window. We must embrace a new kind of STEM education: Sales, Theater, Entrepreneurship, and Management. We must supplement the focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with more creative subjects that will build the skills necessary for success. We must teach young girls to build their confidence, oratory, and improvisation skills. We should train students to be entrepreneurial with an understanding of management principles. To make it in any segment of the business world, the ability to give a good pitch whether it’s for a product, a business, or yourself, is an absolute requirement. The stage is the ultimate practice for pitching, negotiating, and handling unforeseen issues. To be a leader or an entrepreneur, one must understand how to tell a story, how to capture an audience and how to stay cool and calm under scrutiny. Entrepreneurship is the skill of having both the self-confidence and the audacity to head out in the world and build something from nothing. For example, my daughters enjoy designing bracelets and selling them in the neighborhood to save money for things they want. This is also a skill we should be teaching in schools. Perhaps the most important skill as an adult is the ability to be self-reliant and self-sufficient. Entrepreneurship trains you in building your own reality. In most C-level positions, you must be able to mentor, guide, and manage people. Each employee requires different attention, focus, and guidance. As a manager, you need to understand when to jump in, and when to take a step back and let your employees shine. This can be taught in school or through extracurricular activities, such as scouting. Throughout these activities, there must be an understanding that leadership needs to flow in both directions. Even the youngest students (or siblings) can be put in charge of others to lead small teams or spearhead initiatives. There is no question that STEM is valuable, necessary, and critical for women’s careers. We’ve seen how encouraging our girls to focus on STEM has increased the number of women in technical fields, building on the progress paved by some brave trailblazers. However, for the next generation of girls to have a fair shot at becoming the CEOs and entrepreneurs that they can be, we need to adapt their education to include all the necessary skills needed to succeed. “Combining a deep, proprietary-research process and a uniquely curated portfolio, iAngels is committed to helping build and scale great tech companies and has a proven ability to generate substantial returns. iAngels believes in going beyond and backs those who do, partnering with some of the highest caliber entrepreneurs in the nation. To explore investment opportunities. Click here *This article originally appeared on Fortune.com . * read more:

iAngels Investments

65 Investments

iAngels has made 65 investments. Their latest investment was in Seed-X Technologies as part of their Series B - II on June 6, 2022.

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iAngels Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

6/9/2022

Series B - II

Seed-X Technologies

$10M

Yes

2

4/26/2022

Series A - II

Theator

$24.5M

No

2

3/22/2022

Series A

Antidote Health

$22M

No

10

3/2/2022

Seed VC

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$99M

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10

1/18/2022

Seed VC

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$99M

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10

Date

6/9/2022

4/26/2022

3/22/2022

3/2/2022

1/18/2022

Round

Series B - II

Series A - II

Series A

Seed VC

Seed VC

Company

Seed-X Technologies

Theator

Antidote Health

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Amount

$10M

$24.5M

$22M

$99M

$99M

New?

Yes

No

No

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Co-Investors

Sources

2

2

10

10

10

iAngels Portfolio Exits

9 Portfolio Exits

iAngels has 9 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was GK8 on November 01, 2021.

Date

Exit

Companies

Valuation
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Acquirer

Sources

11/1/2021

Acquired

$99M

3

10/7/2021

Reverse Merger

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$99M

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10

9/22/2021

IPO

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$99M

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10

8/11/2021

Acquired

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$99M

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10

3/30/2021

Acq - Fin

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$99M

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10

Date

11/1/2021

10/7/2021

9/22/2021

8/11/2021

3/30/2021

Exit

Acquired

Reverse Merger

IPO

Acquired

Acq - Fin

Companies

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Valuation

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

Acquirer

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Sources

3

10

10

10

10

iAngels Fund History

2 Fund Histories

iAngels has 2 funds, including iAngels Fund I.

Closing Date

Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

Sources

7/27/2021

iAngels Fund I

$55.5M

2

7/25/2017

12Angels Fund

10

Closing Date

7/27/2021

7/25/2017

Fund

iAngels Fund I

12Angels Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

$55.5M

Sources

2

10

iAngels Team

4 Team Members

iAngels has 4 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner, Mor Assia.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Mor Assia

Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner

Current

Shelly Hod Moyal

Goldman Sachs, and Avenue Capital Group

Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner, General Partner

Current

Liat Sameach Shaulov

Chief Financial Officer

Current

David Paluy

Chief Technology Officer

Former

Name

Mor Assia

Shelly Hod Moyal

Liat Sameach Shaulov

David Paluy

Work History

Goldman Sachs, and Avenue Capital Group

Title

Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner

Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner, General Partner

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Former

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