Aleph invests primarily in early-stage technology startups, particularly those based in Israel. The firm typically invests in organizations that are at the seed, Series A, or Series B stages, although they have also made later-stage investments in some cases.The firm's primary focus is on companies that are working on disruptive technologies in areas such as cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, big data, and enterprise software. Some of its notable investments include: Lemonade, Nexar, WeWork, Windward, and Fabric. Aleph typically invests in companies that have a strong founding team with a track record of success, a clear vision for the future, and a viable product or service. The firm is focused on investing in companies that are addressing large and growing markets, and that have a sustainable competitive advantage.In terms of the size of its investments, Aleph typically invests between $1 million to $10 million in its portfolio companies. The firm is known for being a lead investor in many of its investments, which allows it to take an active role in helping its portfolio companies grow and succeed. Aleph also places a strong emphasis on its relationships with its portfolio companies. The firm's partners are actively involved in the companies they invest in, offering guidance and mentorship to help them grow and succeed. In addition, Aleph leverages its network of industry contacts and partners to provide its portfolio companies with access to resources and expertise that can help them succeed.