Expa, a venture studio helmed by Garrett Camp, founder of StumbleUpon, has announced a new $200 million fund earmarked for building new companies, along with continuing its early-stage investments in startups.

Expa, founded in 2013, has partnered with and helped launch several companies like Current, one of the top neo-banks in the U.S., Collective, the back office for self-employed people, and Metabase, a business intelligence software used by many startups.

Several startups from Expa’s studio have already been acquired, such as CMD (sold to Elastic), Reserve (to Amex) and Kit (to Ro Health).

Fabric, Radar, Statespace, Spatial, and Convoy are a few of the Expa-backed companies with a combined market value over $8 billion and over $1 billion in funding.

Expa has also recently opened an office in London, led by its partner David Clark, who oversaw the launch of Uber, Virgin Galactic, and KittyHawk. Expa looks forward to working more closely with innovators in Europe, sharing their expertise, and helping make the transition to U.S. markets easier.

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