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 bamboo.com/IPIX, 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.