Play Nice.

Think Long Term.

Play Nice.

Think Long Term.

Supporting Fast Growing Early Growth Startups

About

O.G. Tech is a founder-friendly multi-stage VC primarily focused on Early Growth opportunities, typically B and C rounds. We team up with passionate founders and ambitious teams seeking to disrupt existing industries and create new markets.

O.G. Tech is a single LP fund founded and backed by Eyal Ofers Ofer Global, a multi-generational private portfolio of international businesses. Eyal has been a long-time investor in a range of successful technology businesses and is a committed supporter of technology innovation.

As Managing Partner of O.G. Tech Global, David Ofer brings extensive experience of tech investment and business leadership within the Ofer Global group for over a decade.

As Managing Partners of O.G. Tech Partners, Roy Oron and Ziv Kop bring a wealth of expertise to O.G. Tech as multi-stage investors, C-Level operators, and as Board members of both private and public tech companies.

Our unique structure allows us to be fully flexible and enables our portfolio companies to benefit from fast decision-making, long term commitment, and a broad global network that come from being part of the Ofer Global group.

If you are a fast-growing startup with a strong product-market fit and a proven go-to-market – talk to us.

2020
Launched in
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Companies
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Exits
$5 - 5 M
Typical Initial Check Size

News

LightBits, OG Tech’s Portfolio Company Raises $42 Million

June 28, 2022

Lightbits, the first software-defined NVMe® data platform for any cloud, today announced that it has raised $42 million in growth capital. New investor Atreides Management led the round, alongside J.P. Morgan, Valor Equity Partners, Eyal Ofer’s O.G. Tech, founder and chairman of Pacific Century Group (PCG) Richard Li, existing investors, and others. With this financing, the company has raised more than $100 million since its founding in 2016.

Coralogix, O.G. Tech’s Portfolio Company, has raised $142 million

June 1, 2022

The Israeli startup, which also has an HQ in San Francisco, has raised $142 million, funding that it will be using to continue investing in its R&D as well as in building out more of its sales and business development globally.