Glen Schwaber

Partner at Israel Cleantech Ventures

Glen is a Partner at Israel Cleantech Ventures and his investment activities are focused on power electronics, energy storage, solar and ‘crossover’ technologies.

Glen is a veteran venture capitalist, bringing with him 15 years of experience in Israeli technology finance. In addition to the above investment areas, he spends significant time focusing on the wind industry and lighting/energy efficiency.

Prior to joining the firm, Glen worked for nine years with Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), one of Israel's largest and most successful venture capital funds. Glen led and co-led 15 investments on behalf of JVP, focusing on semiconductor, power electronics, and communications component companies.

Glen was also responsible for setting up JVP's New York office where he was based from 2000-2002. On his return to Israel, he helped establish JVP Studio, a seed stage incubator investment vehicle, which is today home to exceptional seed stage companies focusing
on software and media.

Glen began his career at Jerusalem Global Ltd., an Israeli merchant bank that was a leading source of strategic advisory and capital for Israeli tech companies during the 1990s.


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Yanki Margalit

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Lee-Bath Nelson, Plenus Venture Lending

Sinaia Netanyahu, Tahal

Ronen Nir, Carmel Ventures

Erez Ofer, Greylock Partners

Eliezer Oren, Matrix

Yifat Oron, Vertex Venture Capital

Gili Raanan, Sequoia Capital

Eran Raichstein, IBM

Tovi Riegler, SAP Labs Israel

Glen Schwaber, Israel Cleantech Ventures

Prof. Dafna Schwartz, BGU

David Shapiro, Earnix

Roostam Tiger, JVP

Dr. Daniel M. Yellin, IBM

Doron Ytshaki, Clalit Health Services

Itay Zandbank, Platonix Joint Ventures

Ronen Zaretzky, Isracard, Israel

Arik Zuckerman, IBM