Omri Green is a partner at DTC investing across Israel and Europe with a focus on cybersecurity, DevOps, enterprise software, and semiconductors. Omri’s professional experience has spanned both sides of the investor/entrepreneur relationship, having co-founded and held leadership roles at young, scaling cybersecurity companies and having invested across the early-stage enterprise landscape. He’s looking to partner with teams who have an entrepreneurial DNA and who want to build significant, global companies.
Omri was drawn to DTC in part because of the team’s returns-motivated investment approach and deep experience in the technical spaces he cares most about.
Prior to joining DTC, Omri was a general partner with Grove Ventures in Tel Aviv, where he led early-stage rounds in the enterprise technology stack in companies including env0 (DevOps), CommonGround (AI/computer vision), DeepChecks (AI/MLops), and Unifabrix (semiconductors/data analytics).
A trained engineer, Omri spent the better part of a decade in technical roles working with tier one companies in Silicon Valley where he led projects in power generation, communication, and wireless technologies. He then went on to pursue his own entrepreneurial experience in co-founding infrastructure cybersecurity company ICS2 where he led business development as the company scaled. Omri then joined Claroty, an industrial control-focused cybersecurity company, to lead sales and business development across APAC.
In addition to his investment work, Omri is on the board of directors of the 9900 Intelligence Unit where he previously served.
Omri holds a BS in electrical engineering from Tel Aviv University.
First concert: Mashina at the age of 13. He’s a fan to this day.
Favorite foods: Twix, ice cream, chicken schnitzel and fries – admittedly, he still eats like his kids.
Bumper sticker: DON’T QUIT. You are braver, stronger, smarter than you think.