Workplace collaboration company Slack says it has set up an investment fund intended to make early-stage investments in companies building apps that will enhance its popular application.
The $80 million Slack Fund has been established in partnership with venture capital firms Accel, Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures, KPCB, Spark Growth and Social Capital. Investments will be aimed at apps that add functionality and features to Slack and in enterprise applications that make connecting to Slack a priority.
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