Ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick made an announcement on twitter about his new fund for job creation.
"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, ecommerce and emerging innovation in China and India" he tweeted.
Just this month, Kalanick joined a health startup Kareo as a board of director. His first public appointment after resigning from Uber, CNBC reported.
He resigned as the CEO of Uber in June 2017 and his working on new projects ever since.