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13 Facts About Andreessen Horowitz
Andreessen Horowitz invests in both early-stage start-ups and established growth companies.
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In May 2011, Andreessen ranked number 10 on the 2011 Forbes Midas List of Tech's Top Investors while he and Horowitz ranked number 6 on Vanity Fair's 2011 New Establishment List and number 1 on CNET's 2011 most influential investors list.
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In January 2022, Andreessen Horowitz raised $9 billion for its venture capital, growth-stage and biotech-focused vehicles.
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In 2010, Andreessen Horowitz invested $10 million in cloud company Okta while leading its Series A Round.
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Andreessen Horowitz has invested in Airbnb, Lytro, Jawbone, Belly, Foursquare, Stripe and other high-tech companies.
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In 2012, Andreessen Horowitz invested in 156 companies, including the 90 companies in its portfolio, and 66 start-ups through its funding of Y Combinator's Start Fund.
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Also in 2015 Andreessen Horowitz invested in the blogging platform Medium, Samsara, Improbable, Honor, Inc, OpenBazaar, a blockchain startup, and nootropics and biohacking company Nootrobox.
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In March 2022, Andreessen Horowitz led the round to raise $450 million at a $4B Valuation in Yuga Labs.
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