Deep Technology Founders
Grove has been an essential part of 3D Signals since its inception and instrumental in opening doors to leading Industry 4.0 multinationals
Ariel Rosenfeld, CEO
Whether by strategic thinking or solving burning issues, Grove is always there to actively support us
Matan Gidnian, CEO
Grove’s broad industry networking and deep operational experience helped us shape our plans and connect with customers and partners
Tal Tamir, CEO
Grove’s hands on approach was the driving force behind the transformation of Kiralis from an academic research into a company aiming to revolutionize the Pharma industry
Arie Laor, CEO
Grove are very active in helping us tackle crucial challenges and helping us to recruit top notch people as part of our team
Erez Berkner, CEO
Grove’s team listen, support and make us think outside the box. They are fully committed to our success and became an indispensable part of our team
Avi Veidman, CEO
Grove is always there to guide us through difficulties, dilemmas and the endless challenges that arise during the process of creating a deep tech venture
Avi Bakal, CEO
Grove have turned the world around for us.
Their nonstop - hard work - push forward attitude is something every entrepreneur should have by his side
Elad Sity, CEO
Focusing on Deep Tech
We lead the deep-tech innovation in Israel by empowering passionate founders.
Those who are determined to shape the future and our lives through cutting-edge technology.
This is not a short sprint but a long marathon.
We are prepared to accompany, guide and support you for the long run through thick and thin.
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With our direct approach and global experience, we'll roll up our sleeves, work hand in hand with you from inception through growth and lead you through the path to global market leadership.
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On the Trail of Start-Ups in Tel Aviv
06 Oct 2019 | Porsche Magazine
Grove’s Sigalit Klimovsky was Featured in Porsche Magazine Review of the Israeli Tech Ecosystem
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Porsche invests in Israeli start-up TriEye
21 Aug 2019 | Techcrunch
Porsche’s venture arm has acquired a minority stake in TriEye, an Israeli startup that’s working on a sensor technology to help vehicle driver-assistance and self-driving systems see better in poor weather conditions like dust, fog and rain
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