Passenger

Driving Decisions Through Community 

 Passenger helps companies engage with customers so they can make better decisions and grow revenue. With Passenger’s FUEL community platform, the world's leading brands can engage with current and future customers and stakeholders to drive insights, innovation, and advocacy via private online community. 

 FUEL, by Passenger, is a SaaS-based software solution that combines market-leading social networking, collaboration, media, research, advocacy, and analytics features into a single intuitive interface. Passenger’s software platform is available in a Self Service and Full Service offering. Via the Self Service offering, brands and agencies are able to quickly and easily deploy research projects and advocacy programs, practically at the click of a button. With our Full Service offering, knowledgeable Client Services and Community Management teams provide thought leadership and maximize community value for Future 1000 companies in media, technology, financial, consumer product goods, automotive, and more. Founded in 2005, Passenger is privately held with offices in Los Angeles and New York City.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Los Angeles, US
Founded
2005
Size (employees)
80 (est)+4%
Passenger was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, US

Passenger Office Locations

Passenger has offices in Los Angeles and New York
Los Angeles, US (HQ)
1950 12100 Wilshire Blvd
New York, US
25 Broadway

Passenger Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2005

Total Funding

$25.6 m

Latest funding size

$7.5 m

Time since last funding

almost 7 years

Investors

Passenger's latest funding round in October 2010 was reported to be $7.5 m. In total, Passenger has raised $25.6 m

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Passenger News and Updates

Ford's vision for self-driving cars that pick up passengers and deliver packages

Why own car when you can shop online and hail a Lyft when you need a ride?  Instead of freaking out, Ford is preparing for the future with a self-driving car designed for carrying both packages and passengers. Previously, the company promised a fully autonomous car for ride-sharing by 2021.  "We…

Passenger holding a baby gets punched trying to board a plane

I wonder if, at this point, airplane passengers are more afraid of turbulence or being assaulted by an airport/airline employee.  #QuestionsOf2017 SEE ALSO: Angry guy flings his powerbank on the ground in the airport, causing it to explode The latest example of passengers under attack by the air…

United passenger captures comforting video of smooth, successful baggage offloading

Ah, air travel. Such a simple, relaxing process that is at once both cheap and reliable. A clip captured by a Redditor on a United flight landing in O'Hare Airport on July 19 is a wonderful example of all that is good about flying in 2017. Watch it, won't you? For who among us doesn't find great…

Uber passenger given a whopping $10 credit after his driver engaged in a sex act

If you end up with an Uber driver engaged in a sex act, Uber will offer you $10 for your troubles.  That's what happened to Aner Manuel, who posted a video that appeared to show his Uber driver engaged in sexual acts while operating a motor vehicle.  In a Facebook post, Aner Manuel claimed that …

NASA seeks to build a quieter supersonic plane for passenger flight

 NASA has designed a supersonic plane that it hopes will help reduce flight time for international travelers, and its design is intended to reduce the noise of the jet to well below that of the Concorde. Starting in August, Bloomberg reports, NASA will seek bids from aircraft manufacturers to bring …

Autonomous cars will create a trillion dollar passenger economy

Drivers are becoming riders. As ride services and autonomous vehicles become the norm, the new “Passenger Economy” will thrive as we strive to fill the reclaimed time once spent behind the wheel. Intel predicts that the value of goods and services for this economy will be close to $7 trillion by 205…
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