Marc Andreessen And Bradley Tusk Invest In New $25 Million Vices Fund
Venture capital firm Vice Ventures has launched a $25 million fund that will focus on early-stage startups from non-traditional verticals including, cannabis, alcohol, CBD, e-sports, addiction recovery, sex tech, and others. The fund does not invest in products that are intended to hurt people, though, Founding Partner Catharine Dockery told Bloomberg TV, bringing up the example of guns.
One of the most prominent investors in the fund is the World Wide Web Hall of Famer Marc Andreessen, a well-known entrepreneur, investor, and software engineer. He is co-creator of one of the world's first web browsers, and co-founder of Netscape and several other companies. Andreessen currently serves as a board director at Facebook, eBay, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, among others.