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Pitango Venture Capital, the leading venture capital firm in Israel, has been investing in technology entrepreneurs since 1993. With offices in Israel and Silicon Valley, California, Pitango currently manages several venture funds totaling over $1.6 billion in committed capital. It is invested in more than 180 companies; among them are companies that have gone public, such as JinkoSolar and Radware, and companies that were acquired, such as dbMotion (acquired by AllScripts) Anobit (acquired by Apple) and Provigent (acquired by Broadcom). Pitango invests in seed, early stage start-ups, as well as growth phase companies in the IT, Life Sciences and Cleantech industries. Mérieux Développement is an investment firm dedicated to healthcare through venture capital and growth capital investment. Mérieux Développement is a subsidiary of Institut Mérieux, with 13,000 employees globally and consolidated revenues in excess of EUR 2.0 billion (2013). Other companies within the Mérieux family holdings include bioMérieux, Mérieux NutriSciences, Transgene and Advanced BioScience Laboratories, Inc. Mérieux Développement works closely with entrepreneurs committed to marketing products and services that deliver genuine advancements to patient health and healthcare outcomes. Xenia Venture Capital is a hi-tech investment company publicly traded in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Xenia is engaged in investing in early stage companies in the areas of high tech and med tech in Israel. In addition to financing, Xenia provides its’ companies with top-notch mentoring, business and strategic counseling, fund raising assistance and exit planning, as well as basic infrastructure and services. Among Xenia principal portfolio companies: Superfish — a visual web-based search engine with over 80 million users; Polypid — a platform for local, slow controlled release of a range of drugs for a wide variety of applications, including orthopedics, dental implants and SSI; Playcast – a cloud gaming platform for A rated games; Saguna — a mobile caching platform to relieve loads in mobile networks for operators and content providers; OrthoSpace — a biodegradable balloon for treatment of Rotator Cuff Syndrome.]]>