Top Investment Team Searches for BioTech Startups

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Israeli investment partners Haim Toledano and Saar Pilosof extend their corporate umbrella to include biotechnology.

We are looking for companies that offer the perfect balance between tech innovation and lifesaving ideas. Both Haim and I believe so much more can be accomplished in the BioTech sector, if we look at it from a high-tech perspective

Venture capitalists, Haim Toledano and Saar Pilosof, are looking to expand the consumer offerings under their corporate umbrellas, with biotechnological solutions as their new major focus.

BioTech innovation is a new industry for Toledano and Pilosof. The business partners, until now, have focused on technology and internet-based companies, marking this the first time the two have considered investing in different sectors.

"Technology, especially end-user consumer products, can sometimes reach a plateau, becoming faster and more reliable, but not offering any real innovation. The ideas coming out of Israel's BioTech startups are truly lifesaving and amazing," Haim Toledano.

Toledano and Pilosof stated they are searching for companies that are focused on non-ingestible bio-medical solutions, like pill-sized cameras and advanced adhesives, for example.

"We are looking for companies that offer the perfect balance between tech innovation and lifesaving ideas. Both Haim and I believe so much more can be accomplished in the BioTech sector, if we look at it from a high-tech perspective," Saar Pilosof.

Both Toledano and Pilosof have positioned BioTech as a major part of their business strategy, beginning in 2017, as well as growing to become one of Israel's leading tech-based industries.

"As we strive to better the technology we want, we can sometimes forget to focus on the technology we need. Now we're fixing that," Toledano added.

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