Rev is a venture-backed internet startup in San Francisco whose mission is to give more people the freedom to work from home. We have created thousands of work-from-home jobs, and we aspire to create millions more. We have built platforms for document translation, transcription, and video captioning. We are building software to solve hard problems, including connecting customers to freelancers in real time, reliable video and audio collaboration across mobile devices, speech recognition, and machine translation. We practice what we preach. Half of our engineering team works from home. We aim to hire the best engineers, regardless of location.
Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
1,296 (est)
Rev was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Rev

Jason Chicola

Jason Chicola

Paul Huck

Paul Huck

Dan Kokotov

Dan Kokotov

Chief Architect
Mark Chen

Mark Chen

VP Product
David Abrameto

David Abrameto

VP of Finance and Operations

Rev Office Locations

Rev has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
251 Kearny St
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Rev Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$4.5 m

Latest funding size

$4.5 m

Time since last funding

almost 5 years


Rev's latest funding round in March 2013 was reported to be $4.5 m. In total, Rev has raised $4.5 m

Rev's Web-traffic and Trends

Rev Online and Social Media Presence

Rev News and Updates

The contentious history of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, in photos

Only three people have a US national holiday observed in their honor: Christopher Columbus, George Washington, and the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther…

Jesse Jackson Is The Most Important Figure In U.S. Political History

The civil rights icon has revealed a lot to us and about us.

When The Fire Comes And There’s No Home To Evacuate And Nowhere To Go

How the Thomas fire is affecting an already vulnerable homeless community.

5 Gifts to Rev Up the Road Warrior

Until autonomous autos become commonplace vehicles in which we can indulge ourselves in entertainment and not be mindful of the hazards of the road in front of us -- technology integrated into the driving experience to ease our dai ly grind is welcome.

U.K. Pastors, Politicians Want To Stop U.S. Evangelical From Preaching In Town

Franklin Graham is facing vocal opposition to his U.K. visit for his bigoted rhetoric.

Tommy Heinsohn to those who want Holy Cross to change its mascot: 'Get a life'

“It’s political correctness run amok."
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