Andreessen Horowitz Announces Yet Another Growth Fund of $200M
I guess $1 billion under management wasn’t enough. Andreessen Horowitz has just announced a new growth fund of $200 million. The fund with co-invest alongside the firm’s most recent $650 million fund, providing more capital for the kinds of late stage deals that have been raging in the Valley of late. (Check out our three part series on the trend here, here and here.)
Notable late stage investments made so far by the firm include Skype, Zynga, Facebook, Twitter and most-recently Jawbone. There are more details in a guest post by general partner John O’Farrell on Ben Horowitz’s blog. (Come on, guys! Can’t O’Farrell get his own blog?) We’re talking to O’Farrell in just a bit and will update the post with more details.
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