Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

This December we tracked 34 announced deals totaling approximately $974m, and 5 exits totaling $2.48bn

E-commerce and semiconductors were the leading sectors this month. Vroom, an online dealer of used cars, raised $254 Million led by Durable Capital Partners with the participation of AutoNation, Detroit Venture Partners, FMC Capital, General Catalyst, L Catterton, PICO Partners and T. Rowe Price. Vayyar, a company that develops 4D imaging sensors, raised $109 Million co-led by KdTVC and Regal with further participation of Amiti Ventures, Battery Ventures, Bessemer, ClalTech, Glory Ventures, ICV, ITI, WRVI and private investors. 

On the M&A side, two large acquisitions were made in the fields of enterprise software and MedTech. Habana, a company that develops AI processors for deep learning processing, was acquired by Intel for $2 Billion. Further, 6over6, a company that develops applications to serve as DIY optometry tools, was acquired by 1-800 Contacts for $105 Million.

December 2019 Investment Highlights

Seed Rounds

A Rounds

B Rounds

C Rounds 

Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

M&A and IPOs

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