CrunchBase

CrunchBase is the leading platform to discover innovative companies and the people behind them. The company began as a simple database to track startups covered on TechCrunch. CrunchBase delivers market insights to millions of users and businesses around the world. The CrunchBase dataset is constantly expanding through contributions from its community of users, investment firms, and network of global partners. The firm accelerates innovation by bringing together data on companies and the people behind them.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2007
Size (employees)
74 (est)+9%
CrunchBase was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

CrunchBase Office Locations

CrunchBase has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
410 Townsend St

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Founding Date

2007

Total Funding

$27 m

Latest funding size

$18 m

Time since last funding

5 months

Investors

CrunchBase's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $18 m. In total, CrunchBase has raised $27 m

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Crunchbase raises $18M, debuts Enterprise business intelligence, plans ‘Marketplace’ for 3rd party data

Crunchbase — the database spun out from TechCrunch that charts startups, other tech companies, the people who work for them, and those who fund them — has secured some new funding of its own — $18 million — and with it, a new plan.

Business database Crunchbase raises $18 million and launches new enterprise product

Crunchbase, the business database that details myriad data points from startups and the investor ecosystem, has announced an $18 million funding round led by VC firm Mayfield. Created by Michael Arrington in 2007, Crunchbase initially existed under the TechCrunch umbrella. It was subsequently acquir…

Crunchbase raises $18M, debuts Enterprise business intelligence, plans ‘Marketplace’ for 3rd party data

 Crunchbase — the database spun out from TechCrunch that charts startups, other tech companies, the people who work for them, and those who fund them — has secured some new funding of its own — $18 million — and with it, a new plan. The company is announcing a new service called Crunchbase Enterpris…

Matterfund aims to be AngelList-meets-CrunchBase for education development

 At the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, one of the big topics of conversation was education. Despite billions poured into programmes in developing countries to educate booming populations, the budgets are just scratching the surface. UNESCO estimates that the world would have to increase educa…

Armed with startup data, Crunchbase looks back on 2016 to predict what’s coming

 No one has a crystal ball. Armed with loads of startup data, the research outfit Crunchbase has nevertheless churned through some numbers to create an interest snapshot of what happened in 2016 — and what might happen in 2017 — by examining six distinct trends. The first trend — and it’s given the …

CrunchBase Pro brings new search and analysis features for power users

 Today, live on the TechCrunch Disrupt stage, CrunchBase announced CrunchBase Pro, a major update to its heavily used startup database. CrunchBase will still offer the same free features to longtime users, but more advanced search capabilities, market trend analytics, and lists to track industries, …
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