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    Magma Venture Partners raises a new $150m fund for early-stage Israeli startups

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    Paul Sawers
    29 September ’14, 02:43pm
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    18 months after Magma Venture Partners raised a new $100 million fund aimed at early stage startups, the Israeli VC firm has announced its follow-up fund, this time weighing in at a chunky $150 million.

    Magma has previously backed the now Google-owned Waze, as well as Onavo, Magisto, DesignArt, Provigent, Hola and others. Magma says its latest fund has received « strong interest », and was oversubscribed within weeks.

    Magma plans to invest « exclusively with Israeli entrepreneurs, » most of whom will be based in Israel. It expects to begin investing in early 2015, once its previous fund hits capacity. It will mainly cover seed and series A rounds, with typical investments of between $500,000 and $6 million.

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