Israel-focused angel club launches in US

Tevel, the first Israel-centric angel club, was launched in New York Monday with the the goal of bringing together early-stage Israeli companies with US investors.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 10, 2007 08:04

Tevel, the first Israel-centric angel club, was launched in New York Monday with the the goal of bringing together early-stage Israeli companies with US investors. Founded by Dr. Oren Fuerst and Oren Heiman, Tevel will allow pre-screened start-ups with the opportunity to pitch their businesses to dozens of US-based angel investors with the hopes of raising $250,000 to $2.5 million.


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