Andrew Chen is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, investing in early stage consumer startups — focused on the themes of marketplaces, micro-entrepreneurship, games/entertainment, and next-gen social products. He is on the board of Virtual Kitchen Co, Substack, Snackpass, Singularity 6, Sandbox VR, Hipcamp, Envoy and Atrium. Previously, he led the Rider Growth teams at Uber, focusing on efforts across acquisition, new user experience, churn, and notifications/email. He writes about user growth, metrics, and network effects at andrewchen.co and has been cited at Wired, WSJ, and New York Times. Andrew is an advisor/investor for tech startups including AngelList, Barkbox, Boba Guys, Dropbox, Front, Gusto, Product Hunt, Workato, among others. He holds a B.S. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington, where he graduated at the age of 19.
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How do you know when you have product-market fit? The classic answer is that, if you’re asking, you don’t have it. What tends to happen when…Read more