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VC, Lou Kerner, collaborates with Techstars to invest in Israel’s startup ecosystem

One of America's premier venture capital investors has 'discovered' Israel
A Techstars Demo Day event for start-ups, September 17, 2015 (Courtesy)
A Techstars Demo Day event for start-ups, September 17, 2015 (Courtesy)

Lou Kerner talks about his being in “career three.”

He’s been an equity analyst, started the company that commercialized the .TV top level domain, and has been an angel investor which evolved into his being a VC as Managing Partner of The Social Internet Fund.  The fund invests in the primary and secondary shares of private social, mobile, cloud, big data, online video, digital media, cyber security, and ad tech companies.

Additionally, Lou is a Partner at Flight VC, a federation of 25 AngelList syndicates, where he manages The Israel Syndicate, investing in startups founded by Israelis.

Lou, along with Glilot Capital, is now teaming with Techstars, and specifically the Barclays Accelerator that Techstars manages on behalf of the bank.

You can learn more about Lou’s focus on Israel in this related post, Why I’m Doubling Down on Israel.

About the Author
Alan Weinkrantz is a Tech PR / Startup Communications advisor to Israeli and U.S. companies, and is the Brand Ambassador and Senior Advisor for James Brehm & Associates, one of the leading IoT (Internet of Things) strategy and consulting firms.
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