“I have some of the best friends in the world, especially when you’re speaking of funds, and so I don’t personally feel the need to go create my own when I have experts like that in my life that can help guide me. So, I am invested in some of their funds. I have invested in some deals outside of the funds, as well,” Green said. “I take pride in learning and I never want it to come off as if I know more than them … It’s not something that I see for me, trying to start my own firm, but I do enjoy and appreciate being an LP in their funds.”
Palihapitiya was an early investor at Facebook and backed Yammer and Slack through his fund, Social+Capital Partnership. Gurley, currently at Benchmark, has led investments in a number of high-profile companies, including Nextdoor and OpenTable. Calacanis is an angel investor in various tech startups, including the mindfulness app Calm. And Bill Lee is one of the co-founders of Craft Ventures, alongside which Green has invested in the past.
Draymond Green isn’t starting a fund, but is working with top VCs by Kyle Wiggers originally published on TechCrunch