Hetz Ventures, a venture capital fund specializing in early-stage Israeli startups, has closed its second flagship fund at $77 million. With Fund II, Hetz now has $130 million under management. The fund focuses on investing in deep-tech startups in areas such as B2B enterprise software, DevOps, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and fintech. The fund has attracted contributions from experienced international investors, as well as founders of its portfolio companies and local entrepreneurs. Hetz Ventures has already invested in two companies through Fund II and has a portfolio that includes Trigo, Granulate, Codota, Anima, Jones, MarketBeyond, DeepChecks, Infinipoint, and Acumen. The fund aims to support companies with disruptive business models and defensible technologies.