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Technology / Start Ups

The high-tech industry is one of the main catalysts of the Israeli economy. Each year, more than 450 new start-up companies in diverse fields are founded. Israeli high-tech companies are sold for hundreds of millions of dollars and IPOs of other companies are launched on various stock exchanges throughout the world.
 

Our technology department team has proven expertise in providing business and legal advisory services that are customized for start-up enterprises. The team gains a profound understanding of the unique needs and challenges of each client’s venture and provides comprehensive legal, operational, financial and financing solutions.

 

Our clients embark on their new ventures with confidence, reassured that they have a team of experts on whom they can rely, from the initial concept and development of the idea to ongoing advisory services relating to operating activities, sales, and IPOs.

 

Our clients receive personalized guidance and advice with regard to negotiating and finalizing the commercial terms as and between the entrepreneurs, to the design of business models, the optimal tax structure, capital raising, obtaining government funding, engaging with technology incubators, the drafting of investment agreements, the conducting of negotiations and sale transactions.

 

Our clients include entrepreneurs, private and angel investors, venture capital funds, technology incubators and corporate investors.

 

We work closely with hubs, accelerators and educational programs : Tau Ventures – the first venture capital fund, founded by Tel Aviv University; IBM Alpha Zone; FIBAFlorida-Israel Business Accelerator; Migdalor – Israel Naval Academy Alumni Association; StartOno Accelerator – at Ono Academic College; HUstart – Jerusalem University innovation center and Bengis Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Ben-Gurion University.

 

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News and updates - Technology / Start Ups:


August 8, 2019

Barnea Represents Anzu in Investment Round

Our firm represented the Israeli startup Anzu (Anzu.io) in a USD 6.5 million fundraising round. Anzu developed a platform for game developers that allows the integration of advertisements into the game world. The investment round was led by Advs. Itay Gura and Ido Freund from our Commercial Department.

August 4, 2019

Ariella Lectures at Hebrew University's TIP 2019 International Summer Program

Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss lectured today to participants of Hebrew University's International Transdisciplinary Innovation program on the first legal steps of launching an initiative.

July 17, 2019

Precedential Court Ruling on Options Plans for Employees

A precedential judgment was handed down on option plans for employees in respect of section 102 of the Income Tax Ordinance. The court ruled that when a tax assessor is notified of the allocation of options in accordance with section 102 and fails to respond within 90 days, the plan is approved and the assessor cannot later claim that this is not so, except in very exceptional cases.

Technology / Start Ups

The high-tech industry is one of the main catalysts of the Israeli economy. Each year, more than 450 new start-up companies in diverse fields are founded. Israeli high-tech companies are sold for hundreds of millions of dollars and IPOs of other companies are launched on various stock exchanges throughout the world.
 

Our technology department team has proven expertise in providing business and legal advisory services that are customized for start-up enterprises. The team gains a profound understanding of the unique needs and challenges of each client’s venture and provides comprehensive legal, operational, financial and financing solutions.

 

Our clients embark on their new ventures with confidence, reassured that they have a team of experts on whom they can rely, from the initial concept and development of the idea to ongoing advisory services relating to operating activities, sales, and IPOs.

 

Our clients receive personalized guidance and advice with regard to negotiating and finalizing the commercial terms as and between the entrepreneurs, to the design of business models, the optimal tax structure, capital raising, obtaining government funding, engaging with technology incubators, the drafting of investment agreements, the conducting of negotiations and sale transactions.

 

Our clients include entrepreneurs, private and angel investors, venture capital funds, technology incubators and corporate investors.

 

We work closely with hubs, accelerators and educational programs : Tau Ventures – the first venture capital fund, founded by Tel Aviv University; IBM Alpha Zone; FIBAFlorida-Israel Business Accelerator; Migdalor – Israel Naval Academy Alumni Association; StartOno Accelerator – at Ono Academic College; HUstart – Jerusalem University innovation center and Bengis Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Ben-Gurion University.

 

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News and updates - Technology:


August 8, 2019

Barnea Represents Anzu in Investment Round

Our firm represented the Israeli startup Anzu (Anzu.io) in a USD 6.5 million fundraising round. Anzu developed a platform for game developers that allows the integration of advertisements into the game world. The investment round was led by Advs. Itay Gura and Ido Freund from our Commercial Department.

August 4, 2019

Ariella Lectures at Hebrew University's TIP 2019 International Summer Program

Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss lectured today to participants of Hebrew University's International Transdisciplinary Innovation program on the first legal steps of launching an initiative.

July 17, 2019

Precedential Court Ruling on Options Plans for Employees

A precedential judgment was handed down on option plans for employees in respect of section 102 of the Income Tax Ordinance. The court ruled that when a tax assessor is notified of the allocation of options in accordance with section 102 and fails to respond within 90 days, the plan is approved and the assessor cannot later claim that this is not so, except in very exceptional cases.

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