CIRTech Fund

Making venture capital investments in late and growth stage privately held high-tech companies

CIRTech is a venture capital fund that focuses on investing
in technology leaders and innovators in the following fields:

  • Data Centers
  • Big Data
  • Storage
  • Enterprise Software
  • 3d Printing
  • Innovative Materials
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Semiconductors
  • Clean Tech
  • Material Science
  • Medical Devices

Our Aim

We aim to identify growth stage opportunities that can generate substantial mid and long term capital gain for our investors. Our investment professionals have deep domain knowledge and extensive industry network in their areas of practice. Many of us come from entrepreneurial and corporate management background with hands-on experience in building companies and managing business growth.

Our Role

We know what entrepreneurs need, and equally important, what they don't need. We praise ourselves as a proactive value-add investor and always strive to play a supportive role in our portfolio companies.

Our Geography

We have purposely built our infrastructure and investment team in Hong Kong, Beijing, Herzliya Pituach and Moscow to capture an emerging opportunity across Israel, China, Russia and the US.

Our Vision

We believe that the talents and entrepreneurs in Israel and globally, who are developing breakthrough technologies and delivering innovative products, can create more value by connecting with market potentials and human resources in China and Russia. We can be their trusted advisor to help them navigate those important markets. Our experienced investment team, together with our LPs, can help our portfolio companies develop the right go-to-market strategy, conduct reference and due diligence checks, identify local partners and approach potential customers in China and Russia.



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Our Offices


10A Prospekt 60-letiya Oktyabrya,
Moscow 117036,

Tel: +7 495 988 5388


Medinat HaYehudim 89,
Herzliya Pituach,

Tel: +972 9 974 2061


YinGu Building, No. 9 North Sihuan
West Road, HaiDian District,
Beijing 100080 P.R.C.

Tel: +86 10 6280 0062

Hong Kong

43/F China Resources Building, 26
Harbour Road, Wanchai,
Hong Kong

Tel: +852 3 468 5402