Eclipse Ventures Has New $500 Million Fund – Jewish Enterprise Information

Eclipse Ventures Has New $500 Million Fund

This brings Eclipse’s whole property beneath administration to virtually $2 billion.

Eclipse Ventures founder Lior Susan (firm pic)

Eclipse Ventures has opened Eclipse Fund IV, a $500 million enterprise capital fund twitch it says will proceed early-stage investing within the digital transformation of its important industries. This contains bedrock sectors of our financial system reminiscent of manufacturing, logistics and provide chain, transportation, building and healthcare, in addition to extra fashionable industries like advance compute, cyber-defense, and power and electrification.

This brings Eclipse’s whole property beneath administration to virtually $2 billion.

Based in 2015 by Lior Susan, a veteran of an elite Particular Forces unit within the Israel Protection Forces, EclipseVenture supplies founders with the full-stack experience and operational self-discipline essential to efficiently construct industry-redefining corporations.Eclipse says that it helps entrepreneurs construct corporations to boldly rework the industries that outline and propel economies.

Lior says that he based Eclipse Ventures to fulfill the “distinctive and unmet wants of entrepreneurs constructing full-stack start-ups.” He’s notably excited to work with founders who wish to convey the full-stack strategy to legacy industries and construct digital bridges to the bodily world. Lior believes that complicated issues require multidisciplinary options, and he likes to companion with audacious founders with massive concepts.

Previous to launching Eclipse, Lior was Founder and Normal Accomplice at LabIX, the {hardware} funding platform of Flextronics. LabIX brings collectively startups, OEMs, and know-how companions throughout your entire {hardware} ecosystem. At LabIX, Lior led investments in corporations throughout: power storage, wi-fi/infrastructure, 3-D optics, additive manufacturing, and robotics.

Lior additionally co-founded Farm 2050, an AgTech Collective, with Innovation Endeavors to handle the worldwide meals problem. Previous to LabIX, he was a part of the founding workforce of Elementum, the Flex proprietary SaaS platform, which was later spun out. Earlier than shifting to Silicon Valley, Lior was a serial entrepreneur in Tel Aviv, the place he helped construct Intucell, which was bought to Cisco in 2012.

Lior Susan stated in a press release that, “The necessity to modernize old-line industries has been our north star since we began Eclipse in 2015, and over the previous 12 months, the pandemic has solely accelerated this transformation. There is no such thing as a going again — that is the precise second to rebuild and reinvent these industries.”


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Eclipse Ventures Has New $500 Million Fund