Microdel Ltd. is a private technology incubator and foundry founded by serial inventor and entrepreneur Yossi De-Levie. De-Levie’s illustrious resume includes founding 22 companies and leading them to multiple successes, including international acquisitions. De-Levie founded Games&Sports Ltd., which rose to become the leader in the production and marketing of gaming facilities, and was later acquired by Gaon Holdings, as well as Hydro Industries, established in collaboration with Steph Wertheimer and acquired by the US-based Suncast company.
Microdel is De-Levie's way of fostering and promoting promising Israeli innovations. Microdel identifies breakthrough concepts at the idea stage and serves as the founder to bring these ideas to market. Microdel provides its portfolio companies with all the financial and managerial support needed to fulfill their vision and to bring their products to the market, as well as supporting them with the international expansion process.
As of the beginning of 2020, following a rigorous selection and sorting process of 12,000 new ideas, Microdel's portfolio includes sixteen active companies and their subsidiaries in various stages of business maturity, from research and development to global sales. The portfolio companies include companies that are pioneering on-land aquaculture technology, developing groundbreaking medical devices, erecting proprietary science- and technology-based playgrounds, and globally marketing consumer products such as the innovative Minimax chair.
Yossi De-Levie has raised more than $ 50 million in fundraising for his portfolio companies and expects that in the next couple of years the Microdel incubated companies will begin exiting through M&A or IPOs while a new round of ideas for new companies will begin incubation.