Andreessen Horowitz (also known as a16z, the official name of AH Capital Management, LLC) is an American private investment firm, founded in 2009 by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz. The organization is based in Menlo Park, California.
Andreessen Horowitz puts resources into both a start-up business and set up development companies. Its predictions of the lengths of the mobile, digital finance, sports, social, online business, schooling and IT applications (distributed computer computing, security, and programs as a resource).
Somewhere in the 2006 and 2010 grades, Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz successfully invested in innovative organizations. Independently, and together, they have invested $ 4 million in 45 new businesses including Twitter. At this time, the two are known as “holy messengers” to investors.
On July 6, 2009, Andreessen and Horowitz launched their $ 300 million base investment store. In November 2010, when the strategic investment sector began, the organization briefly raised a $ 650 million fund. In less than two years, the company has been working with a total of $ 1.2 billion under these two funds.
In May 2011, Andreessen placed number 10 on the Forbes Midas 2011 list of top Tech investors while he and Horowitz placed number 6 on the new Vanity Fair 2011 launch list and number 1 on the list of 2011 CNET’s strong funders.
As of March 27, 2014, the company has managed $ 4 billion in assets after the sale of its fourth asset at $ 1.5 billion.
In addition to Andreessen and Horowitz, company affiliates include Atlas Benjelloun John O’Farrell, Scott Weiss, Jeff Jordan, Peter Levine, Chris Dixon, Vijay Pande, Katie Haun, Alex Rampell, Martin Casado, Connie Chan, Andrew Chen, and Sriram Krishnan. In March 2019, it was reported that Andreessen Horowitz was opening an office in San Francisco.
As of August 2021, the company has managed $ 18.8 billion assets.