Just half year subsequent to raising its initially piece of outside subsidizing, ClickUp has shut $100 million in new financing and arrived at a $1 billion valuation, a report in Bloomberg first reported.
The organization has seen a lot of development in the previous a while to legitimize that new unicorn status, including multiplying the measure of clients to 2 million. In an official statement the organization likewise itemized it had developed income multiple times over since the start of the year.
This most recent $100 million round was driven by Canadian firm Georgian with investment from Craft Ventures, which drove the startup’s $35 million Series A back in June. The high valuation exhibits exactly how excited speculators are to discover champs in the profitability programming space, which has seen monstrous client gains as an industry this year, halfway because of moving corporate mentalities toward working from home.
ClickUp is planning to additionally underwrite as it scales its group and item. The organization of 200 has multiplied in size since its last raise and is planning to twofold again in the following a while, CEO Zeb Evans reveals to TechCrunch.
ClickUp sells efficiency programming, yet their primary sell has been tying a few items in that space into a solitary stage, intending to decrease the quantity of apparatuses their clients use. The group has as of late started coordinating apparatuses like email into their foundation with the goal that clients can finish work processes inside the product.
“It’s not simply like a worth play of utilizing one application rather than three or four, it’s an effectiveness play by sparing so much time and dissatisfaction from having the wide range of various arrangements,” Evans tells TechCrunch.
Even as the organization keeps scaling the item through week after week updates to the organization’s applications, including a recently patched up iOS application which dispatched today (Android dispatches tomorrow), the group is looking toward how they can work for the long-term.
As to how long this money will last, Evans isn’t making any guarantees. “I think this will keep us going for some time, however to be completely forthright with you I would’ve said something very similar with the Series A,” Evans says.