In the latest WFH episode of the a16z Podcast — recorded all remotely, of course — a16z general partners Connie Chan in consumer and David Ulevitch in enterprise discuss with Lauren Murrow the swift rise of remote work and virtual networking amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
For many streaming and virtual collaboration tools, the line between professional and social use is already blurring, whether that’s Zoom lunches, FaceTime piano lessons, or Discord lectures. This wide-ranging conversation covers the platforms powering our newly homebound workforce (and student body); creative use cases for video conferencing and streaming (from online education to virtual therapy); and whether remote work will become the new normal.
Connie Chan is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz where she focuses on investing in consumer technology.
David Ulevitch is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, where he leads the firm’s American Dynamism practice and invests in enterprise and SaaS software.
Lauren Murrow is the Head of Special Projects at a16z, leading multimedia editorial packages and new initiatives in audio, video, newsletters, and digital design.
The a16z Podcast discusses the most important ideas within technology with the people building it. Each episode aims to put listeners ahead of the curve, covering topics like AI, energy, genomics, space, and more.