In the press

ZenGo raises $20 million for its secure crypto wallet app
In 2020, the company has processed over $100 million in crypto transactions from 100,000 users. ZenGo has reached the same milestone in the first three months of 2021 and added another 100,000 users.
April 27, 2021
There's a new wave of Israeli startups out there: meet the pioneers in B2C, B2SMB, and Passionware
The Passionscape reflects the new array of Israeli startups focused on B2C and B2SMB, enabling both the creation and distribution of products, services and platforms for consumer and prosumers alike. The category we call Passionware increasingly blurs the line between B2C and B2SMB, providing tools for entrepreneurs to create, grow and scale their businesses and distribute to consumers on a global scale.
March 29, 2021
‘Anti-superficial’ dating app S’More raises $2.1M

S’More, a dating app that’s focused on helping users find more meaningful relationships, announced today that it has raised $2.1 million in seed funding

January 27, 2021
Benson Oak Capital Announces Sale of Online Broker, a.s. and to Become Key Components of Central European Online Insurance Brokerage Group Alongside Netrisk in Hungary.
May 20, 2020
Post-virus innovators will 'realize need for tech that protects world
“The world, Silicon Valley and start-ups will realize that we need to create things that protect us. I'm very hopeful about the use of technology to solve global problems. We are all in the same boat.”
Jerusalem Post
May 05, 2020
Major Tech Investor Says Covid-19 Crisis Unlike Any Other, But Offers Opportunities For Innovators
Robert Cohen was there when the dot-com bubble burst in 2001. He was still around and investing when the global financial crisis crushed markets in 2009. With smaller, but nevertheless painful downturns also coming in between, it is fair to say he has certainly seen more than enough financial calamities during his two decades as a venture capitalist.
Calcalist Tech
April 23, 2020
Deep Dive with Robert Cohen from Benson Oak Ventures on Venture Capital
We came upon AVG, which was started in 1989 as an anti-virus company focused on consumers. It was a deal we initially advised on, and then we decided to buy the company in 2004. We saw the global potential repeated the mantra of “there’s no reason a small company from Brno, Czech Republic can’t become a global leader.” Eventually we exited AVG via an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange, returning 100x money to our investors.
March 20, 2019