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November 15, 2021 JAL Ventures has announced the closing of JAL II, a $105 million second fund. JAL focuses on investment in post-seed and Series A rounds in early revenue stage Israeli technology companies. JAL invests in B2B companies across a range of sectors, including cybersecurity, enterprise software, AI and fintech.
November 16, 2018 A leading developer of the world's only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital printing technology, completed a $32 million funding round. The round was co-led by JAL Ventures and O.R.T. Technologies Ltd., and joined by strategic investors ALTANA, Evonik as well as existing investors Michael Ilan Management & Investments Ltd. (MILMI), Dr. Shlomo Shamir, and additional private investors.
November 1, 2014 The story of Amos Genish, an Israeli entrepreneur and the CEO of GVT, which has turned to a new and unexplored market and brought telephone communications to the remote areas of South America. GVT was first initiated as part of Gilat Satelites by Joshua Levinberg, before being established as an independent company.
November 21, 2011 Joshua Levinberg, a prominent Israeli businessman and Entrepreneur, presented awards in a ceremony opening the annual meeting of the The Israel Sustainable Energy Society (ISES), which was held on October 5th 2011 at Tel Aviv University.
April 8, 2010 “In order to become solid players, companies must have global presence and signal capacity, and this need to scale is driving consolidation,” Joshua Levinberg, executive VP for corporate business development and strategy at Gilat, said. “The fact is that without substantial scale it is very difficult to become profitable. You can’t be global without over USD 100m in revenues to attract the big customers, and to give them the confidence that you’ll be around in five or 10 years,” he said.
In a chat interview with High-Tech Zone, Joshua Levinberg speaks about what he loves in the high-tech world, where he gets his innovative ideas from and also about his father - the person who influenced him the most.