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Greylock begins investments

Venture firm Greylock announced Monday that it has begun investing in Israel and Europe. Greylock, which has offices in Boston and San Mateo, Calif., is making investments in enterprise information and communications companies that are in their early stages of growth. Moshe Mor, a former chief executive with SPL WorldGroup and an Israeli entrepreneur, has been named a Greylock venture partner and will oversee investments for the firm in these two regions. Greylock plans to use a portion of the funds committed to its $1 billion Greylock XI fund for Israeli and European investments.

Venture firm Greylock announced Monday that it has begun investing in Israel and Europe. Greylock, which has offices in Boston and San Mateo, Calif., is making investments in enterprise information and communications companies that are in their early stages of growth. Moshe Mor, a former chief executive with SPL WorldGroup and an Israeli entrepreneur, has been named a Greylock venture partner and will oversee investments for the firm in these two regions. Greylock plans to use a portion of the funds committed to its $1 billion Greylock XI fund for Israeli and European investments.