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An early stage investment fund based in NYC

An early stage investment fund based in NYC

We are based in New York City (and proud of that). We actively invest in New York, Silicon Valley, and Los Angeles though we don’t believe geography is a constraint.

Our goal is to back the best entrepreneurs regardless of location or stage. We view investing as a journey where we support companies based on conviction in the team. We look to partner with extraordinary entrepreneurs building disruptive technology companies and with visions to create the next generation of category defining businesses.

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Andreessen makes Ribbon Health the first investment from its $750 million new healthcare fund

  • TechCrunch
  • 3 months ago
  • Ribbon Health has raised $10.25 million in new financing to roll out its software services to a broader network of payers, providers and digital health companies.
  • The new financing was led by Andreessen Horowitz, and included Y Combinator and the New York-based investment firm BoxGroup.
  • It’s the first deal for Andreessen’s newest healthcare-focused partner, Julie Yoo, and is in an area with which Yoo is quite familiar. The former serial healthcare entrepreneur developed a similar business to tackle better data collection and delivery for hospitals at Kyruus.
  • Ribbon Health is trying to create an accurate database of what doctors and health plans have, which specializations offer their services to which insurance providers, and produce the best outcomes for patients.
  • Along with the new financing, Ribbon also unveiled a tool that provides cost and quality information for patients to understand their potential out-of-pocket cost estimates based on their deductible, plan design and provider prices.
Andreessen makes Ribbon Health the first investment from its $750 million new healthcare fund

Ramp, a Brex and Amex rival, raises $25 million for a new corporate card

  • Fortune
  • 3 months ago
  • Ramp, a New York-based fintech firm whose founders sold their last venture to Capital One, has raised $25 million and signed up nearly 100 businesses to its card, the company announced Wednesday.
  • Ramp declined to disclose its valuation, but Keith Rabois, a partner at Founders Fund who invested in the company and now sits on its board, said the number is well below $1 billion. The startup's investors also include BoxGroup, Coatue and Conversion Capital, among others.
  • Even before its official launch this week, Ramp had been compared to Brex, a hot Silicon Valley corporate card startup that, in less than two years of existence, achieved a valuation of $2.6 billion last year.
  • What sets Ramp apart from its competitors is that it's designed to help card holders save money—they claim to have helped customers spend an average of 2% less so far (savings of as much as $250,000 for one company), using technology to identify "wasteful spending."
Ramp, a Brex and Amex rival, raises $25 million for a new corporate card

Lawyers hate timekeeping. Ping raises $13M to fix it with AI

  • TechCrunch
  • 6 months ago

Counting billable time in six-minute increments is the most annoying part of being a lawyer. It’s a distracting waste. It leads law firms to conservatively under-bill. And it leaves lawyers stuck manually filling out timesheets after a long day when they want to go home to their families.

Ping uses artificial intelligence to automatically track lawyers’ work and fill out timesheets for them. There’s a massive opportunity to eliminate a core cause of burnout, lift law firm revenue by around 10% and give them fresh insights into labor allocation.

That’s why today Ping is announcing a $13.2 million Series A led by Upfront Ventures, along with BoxGroup, First Round, Initialized and Ulu Ventures. Adding to Ping’s quiet $3.7 million seed led by First Round last year, the startup will spend the cash to scale up enterprise distribution and become the new timekeeping standard.

Lawyers hate timekeeping. Ping raises $13M to fix it with AI
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