Garrett Camp, the co-founder of StumbleUpon and Uber, is raising $75 million for a new startup called Expa. Expa will have a goal of building new ideas. Camp announced the plans for Expa this past May. The holding company would have a structure that is similar to Obvious, HVF, and Monkey Inferno. BlackJet, an Uber for private jets, failed to take off and used to be a part of the Expa portfolio. Camp said that he has many ideas that are already being worked on.
[Sources: TechCrunch/SEC Filing]