Nathan Low of Raanana Ziontech Partners

Nathan Low of Raanana Ziontech Partners

June 25, 2019 by investor

On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Nathan Low of Raanana Ziontech Partners. With a background in semiconductor production, logistics, and manufacturing, Nathan started his angel investing career in Israel, eventually expanding to New York and Silicon Valley. Nathan first discusses the importance of diversification for Angel investors, before diving into his experience as an investing and consulting in Israel. Nathan goes into detail on the investing landscape in Israel, and why investments there often have better valuation.

Nathan also talks about the success rate of VC-funded deals in Silicon Valley, as well as the outlook for traditional VC funds in general. Nathan discusses some of the challenges working with startups in Israel, such as the smaller pool of management talent, as well as the need for international distribution channels. Finally, Nathan talks about how many of the trends in Israel mirror those in other markets, but also highlights some of the distinct technology advantages in the Israel market.

Nathan can be reached on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathan-low-8295934a

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