Real Estate in U.S.
Two residential real estate investments made jointly with the company in Michigan, U.S. In both investments, an exit was made after 2-3 years.
Real Estate in U.S.
Joint investments with the company in U.S. residential real estate in New Haven, Connecticut, and a joint investment in office real estate in Miami, Florida. In the Miami office project, an exit was made after 3 years. In the other investments in New Haven, refinancing was done within less than two years after the investment date.
Develops crowd wisdom software that facilitates management of ideas and organizational innovation in large and medium companies, leading to the enhancement of a company's business performance. The company's customers include: Nestl?, Lufthansa, Hyundai, Teva, Tnuva, Netafim, Bank Leumi, Ford, McDonald's, Philip Morris, and others.
Developer and marketer of innovative baby-care products. The multiple-award winning leading product is an innovative breastmilk baby bottle that preserves the nutrients of breastmilk. The company's products are sold through Amazon and leading retail chains in the U.S. such as Walmart, Target, and Babylist, among others.
Developer of eye drops that will eliminate the need for reading glasses. The company is currently in the final clinical trial stage before commercialization of the pharmaceutical drug. Investors in the company include world leading funds such as Blue Capital, Visionary Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and others.
Developer of an innovative software system that enables large organizations to manage all information system databases in the organization efficiently and to make business adjustments with maximum speed and efficiency. The company has dozens of customers in Israel and worldwide.
Developer of an innovative medical device that captures and removes embolic particles during aortic valve replacement, significantly reducing the risk of stroke and other complications. One of the company's investors is Dr. Shimon Eckhouse, who also serves as company chairman.
The investment activity of Club 100 Plus is concentrated mainly in three sectors: startup companies which are high risk; real estate investments, with most of them made to date in the U.S.; and infrastructure investments, which are long-term investments.
An investment in startup companies is high risk; therefore, members participating in such investments must bear in mind that some of them will be written off, according to the generally accepted statistic that one startup out of 10 succeeds. According to studies conducted both in Israel and the U.S., the average time it takes for a successful startup to exit is 9 years.
Investments of this type are rigorously screened, with the chief criteria for selecting a startup company being: successful business experience of the leadership team, the size of the funding round and the existence of a lead investor with a significant investment.
For investments in the sector.
Real Estate investments
To To date, the Club has made direct real estate investments only in the U.S. The Club works with several entrepreneurs who have passed the Club's stringent screening in terms of experience and credibility, scope of activity in the U.S., and projects with returns in line with the Club's expectations. So far, 110 exits with high returns have been made, most of them following a holding period of 2-3 years.
The major criteria that must be met by real estate entrepreneurs include: a proven track record and experience, the entrepreneur's participation in equity, and double digit returns for the investor. The Club's preferred investment is in residential complexes. With the exception of one investment in a Miami office building, all the investments have been in residential real estate. The Club has not invested in commercial real estate.
The Club's two major investments in the sector have been in IIF 2 and IIF 4. What typifies these investments is long-term investment (8-10 years) with regular income throughout the investment period generated by income-producing properties and fund exits.
These investments are very low risk and offer double-digit annual returns.