Israeli Agricultural Technology Firm Kaiima Raises $65M | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Israeli seed and breeding technology firm Kaiima Bio Agri-Tech today announced it closed on a financing round that raised US$65 million.

Three new investors participated in the round — Horizons Ventures; the International Financial Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group; and the Infinity Group. Participating existing investors included Draper Fisher Jurvetson; DFJ-Tamir Fishman Ventures; Mitsui Global Investment; Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers; Oberlee; and Musea Ventures.

Kaiima did not specify how the financing will be used.

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