Enjoy a 1-on-1 lunch with Alex Rampell, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz in San Francisco, CA.
Alex is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, where he focuses on financial technology and consumer internet investments. Previously, he was the CEO and co-founder of TrialPay, a leading transactional advertising and payments company serving digital goods and e-commerce clients such as Facebook, Zynga, and Gap. TrialPay was acquired by Visa in 2015 for $125M. TrialPay also spun out another company, Yub, the first offline affiliate network, where Alex simultaneously served as CEO through its acquisition in late 2013 by Coupons.com. At Andreessen Horowitz, Alex has invested in, and serves on the boards of, many leading Fintech companies including Transferwise, EarnIn, Branch, Point, Quantopian, HealthIQ, and PeerStreet.
Previously, Alex co-founded FraudEliminator, the first consumer anti-phishing company, which merged into SiteAdvisor and was acquired by McAfee for $75M in 2006. He has been a frequent writer on e-commerce and advertising topics for TechCrunch, and first coined the term "O2O" to refer to the growing category of Online-to-Offline commerce companies like Uber and Groupon.
Before joining Andreessen Horowitz, he had been an active angel investor/advisor (Pinterest, Bloomreach, SiftScience, Wooga, Hunch, Truaxis, OrderAhead, Twice, CardSpring, etc), served as an advisor to Ron Conway's SV Angel fund, and served on the board of friend.ly (acquired by Facebook), Backstage Technologies (acquired by RealNetworks), and CashStar, a leading electronic gift card company acquired by Blackhawk. He has also co-founded three other companies: TXN, a survey and transactional data company; Point, a real estate marketplace; and Affirm, a consumer lending company, with Max Levchin.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Harvard University, cum laude, where he also served as a Computer Science teaching fellow, and played on the nationally ranked Squash team.
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