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SE Ventures: Amit Peri, New Face of Our Israeli Division.

  • SE Ventures, a Silicon Valley-based venture fund, has appointed Amit Peri as its representative for their Israeli office.
  • Amit Peri, previously an Investment Director at Bridges Israel, will support new investments in Israeli and European startups.
  • The firm plans to accelerate its investments in Israel and focuses on companies related to climate tech, energy management, mobility, cybersecurity, and industrial automation.

SE Ventures, a leading global venture capital fund, recently announced the appointment of Amit Peri to represent its operations in Israel. This strategic move is expected to enhance the fund’s support for new investments in Israeli and European startups. SE Ventures is primarily focusing on businesses related to climate tech, energy management, mobility, cybersecurity, and industrial automation.

The General Partner at SE Ventures, Julien Cristiani, acknowledged that Israel plays a crucial role in their investment strategy. Future plans include acceleration of investments in Israel with Amit Peri on board. Amit brings with him extensive experience from the Israeli climate tech ecosystem and holds connections that may prove beneficial for SE Ventures.

Before joining SE Ventures, Peri served as an Investment Director at Bridges Israel, an impact fund based in Israel focusing on climatetech, agtech, and inclusion. Prior to that, he was a Senior Strategy Consultant at Monitor Deloitte, where he contributed significantly to reforming the firm’s long-term strategy and implementing solutions throughout their organizations.

SE Ventures has a reported €1B at its disposal and is backed by Schneider Electric. It aims to invest in innovative ideas and entrepreneurs that can benefit from Schneider’s domain expertise and global customer reach. Beyond offering capital, SE Ventures plays a vital role as a commercial accelerator for companies in the industry space. Some of these companies include Augury, Claroty, AiDash, Aquant, AutoGrid, Poka, Scandit, Kojo, and Enable, among others.

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