The Capital Quest | Israeli startups Winn.ai, VineSight grab seed checks

Israeli sales tech startup Winn.ai has secured $17 million in a seed funding round led by New York-based Insight Partners and local venture capital firm S-Capital.

Winn.ai, which offers a real time AI based assistant to assist sales teams of companies, was founded in November 2021 by sales tech entrepreneur Eldad Postan Koren and cybersecurity expert Bar Haleva.

“In just nine months, we recruited a world-class team and exceptional investors to solve one of the most recognized problems in the world of sales,” said CEO and Co-founder of Winn.AI, Postan-Koren. “This seed round will allow us to continue improving our deep technology while accelerating our sales and marketing efforts.”

The Tel Aviv-based startup has 25 employees.

VineSight

Israeli startup VineSight has raised $4 million in a seed funding round led by AnD Ventures, with Lightbank, 25Madison, SeedIL, the Technion investment arm, and angel investors, also participating.
The startup has developed a platform that tracks, analyzes and mitigates online misinformation and toxicity against brands, campaigns and causes.

VineSights says its AI tools identify suspicious sharing patterns across Twitter, Telegram, Facebook, Tiktok, and other platforms.

“VineSight brings a truly unique solution to one of the biggest issues out there for businesses and just about everyone else out there today,” said Lee Moser, Managing Partner of AnD Venture.

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