Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

INTERNATIONAL - Former Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick announced a new investment fund that he’s calling 10100 (ten-one-hundred). 

Kalanick explained that the fund will focus on his “passions, investments, ideas, and big bets.” 

He further adds that the theme of the fund will be large-scale job creation with a focus on real estate, e-commerce, and innovations from countries like China and India.

“Our non-profit efforts will initially focus on education and the future of cities,” Kalanick writes.

The announcement was made on a Twitter note from Kalanick that read, “Some news...”

While it’s unclear how long Kalanick has been planning the launch of 10100, Here’s Kalanick’s announcement message in full:

Over the past few months, I’ve started thinking about what’s next. I’ve begun by making investments, joining boards, working with entrepreneurs and non-profits. Today I’m announcing the creation of a fund called 10100 (pronounced “ten-one-hundred”), home to my passions, investments, ideas and big bets. It will be overseeing my for-profit investments as well as my non-profit work.

The overarching theme will be about large-scale job creation, with investments in real estate, e-commerce, and emerging innovation in China and India. Our non-profit efforts will initially focus on education and the future of cities.

For anyone who wants to get to work, email me at [email protected]

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