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November 30, 2022
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Israeli fintech Become secures $12.5m to help make SMBs more fundable

Israeli fintech Become, an online platform which aims to improve the fundability of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in their marketplace, has just secured $10 million in Series A investments and raised $2.5 million in venture debt capital. Become co-founders: Amir Leitersdorf, Eden Amirav and Iri Amirav Led by lead investor for entrepreneurs Benson Oak Ventures and Israeli early stage technology start-up investor Magenta Venture, the round also saw participation from private venture fund RIO Ventures Holdings, Israeli angel investor platform iAngels, and Entrée Capital, a team of ‘serial entrepreneurs’ with offices in Silicon Valley, London and Tel Aviv. Become,…
Israeli fintech Become secures .5m to help make SMBs more fundable

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