Possibly bolstered by success in the face of a global crisis, Zillow CEO and Co-Founder, Spencer Rascoff, has hinted at two new projects for 2021 in a self-published year-end review. While 2020 has been filled with ups and downs, Rascoff has had a particularly busy year, including startup launches and changing positions on boards of directors.
The projects in question are two new companies where he’s using help from his early-stage venture capital firm, 75 & Sunny Lab, to fund.
Rascoff explained in the review that one of the projects is named Recon and is in partnership with his daughter. The second project, however, is still a secret with a close launch date.
On Recon, Rascoff wrote:
"We're finalizing the v1 product and our launch plans right now, so watch this space for more info and sign up to be invited for early access if you'd like."
The momentum is up as Rascoff spent 2020 launching startups and shifting positions on various boards. He launched media company dot.LA earlier this year, as well as a special purpose acquisition group, and a startup for prospective buyers investing in second and vacation homes, Pacaso. Rascoff started 2020 on the board of Zillow then switched to the board of Palantif Technologies.