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General Catalyst launching 3 funds with $2.3B in aggregate capital – Forbes

General Catalyst Partners has pulled in $2.3 billion across three new funds, signaling a continued appetite for technology investments despite the coronavirus crisis, Forbes reported.

The technology investor is launching a $600 million vehicle that will invest in early-stage businesses, a $1 billion growth fund that will back companies with annual revenues of more than $10 million and a $700 million so-called "endurance fund" that will support large companies with sales of more than $100 million.

"This pandemic has shed light on how technology can be used to rethink many core services like healthcare, education, and small business," Forbes quoted General Catalyst Managing Director Hemant Taneja as saying.

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