Primary Role
Managing Partner at 137 Ventures
George Washington University Law School

Person Details


Andy Laszlo is a Managing Partner at 137 Ventures.

He joined the fund after having been a managing director at Hercules Technology Growth Capital, a venture debt firm. Previously, Andy co-founded Flint Mobile, where he continues to serve as a board member, and scanR, a mobile application company. Prior to that, Andy was part of the founding management team of, which created the first online virtual tour technology and developed eBay’s infrastructure for hosting and managing digital images. He ultimately helped take the company public before spearheading a billion dollar merger with Internet Pictures Corporation (IPIX). Andy also was a partner at VantagePoint Venture Partners, a $2.5 billion venture fund, and a director at Intel Capital. Earlier in his career, Andy practiced as a corporate attorney for more than a decade, and he remains a member of the Florida bar association. He currently serves as an advisory board member at the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and a Holton Teaching Fellow at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

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