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At SignUp.com, we believe that when people get together, great things happen. That’s why parents and teachers, business and community leaders, and friends and coworkers trust our coordination resources and applications to save time and achieve remarkable outcomes.

Top 3 Reasons to Use SignUp.com: 

The confidence that with SignUp.com, your events and activities are sure to be a success.
SignUps and participation are easy—for everyone. As a result, you’ll see more people sign up and show up when you need them.

Coordination of people and activities is easy—for everyone.
Your group will appreciate that you chose the simple, user-friendly features and experience unique to SignUp.com. And with fewer emails, less to remember, and no more spreadsheets to juggle, you can win, too. Count on your SignUp.com activity bring you piece of mind it’s done right.

You'll do more for yourself and others.
By minimizing the stress and tedious hassle of coordination, you can focus on what matters most to you. Whether it’s more time with friends and family, workplace recognition, giving back to cause you care about, or any other goal that brings you happiness, SignUp.com will help you do more.

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)19

Key People/Management at SignUp

Karen Bantuveris

Karen Bantuveris

Founder & CEO

SignUp Office Locations

SignUp has an office in Austin
Austin, US (HQ)
611 S Congress Ave #420
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SignUp Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


SignUp total Funding

$4.1 m

SignUp latest funding size

$1.30 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

SignUp investors

SignUp's latest funding round in September 2015 was reported to be $1.3 m. In total, SignUp has raised $4.1 m
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SignUp Online and Social Media Presence

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SignUp News and Updates

Anthony Scaramucci’s media project doesn’t make much sense

For the last few weeks, many Twitter users have been amused by an account called “The Scaramucci Post.” All that’s really been known about it is that it was created by Anthony Scaramucci, the Wall Street financier who worked in President Trump’s administration for only 10 days. On Twitter, the accou…

Take a Knee Sunday: NFL games are scheduled all day so expect lots of protests

In a series of early-morning tweets on Sunday, President Trump doubled down on his divisive condemnation of NFL players who kneel during the American national anthem. Trump first made the comments at a rally in Alabama last week, saying such behavior should be a firable offense. If Trump were hoping…

Twitter’s newest board member, Patrick Pichette, sent his first-ever tweet today

Twitter’s board of directors is seeing a small shake-up. Pepsi CFO Hugh Johnston–who joined the board last year–is stepping down, and Patrick Pichette–who served as Google’s CFO from 2008 until 2015–is taking his place. One white man is being replaced by another. Johnston is now taking a spot on Mic…

7 Lessons White People Can Learn From Bodega’s Apology

Mike Su of the Latino-focused media company mitú offers his point of view on takeaways from this week’s Bodega controversy. This story reflects the views of this author, but not necessarily the editorial position of Fast Company.Read Full Story

A bunch of high-level magazine editors are resigning for some reason

This morning venerated Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive announced she was stepping down from her role. This marks the fourth major departure from a well-known magazine in as many weeks. The others are Vanity Fair‘s Graydon Carter, Elle‘s Robbie Myers, and Time‘s Nancy Gibbs. Big news (for me!): I…

Read Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi’s statement on the DACA deal and Trump’s “inconsistent” tweet

Who would’ve thought President Trump would do something inconsistent? That’s how Democratic Reps. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are characterizing his tweet this morning that “No deal was made last night on DACA.” Yesterday, the reps indicated a deal had been reached after a dinner at the White Hou…
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SignUp Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was SignUp founded?

    SignUp was founded in 2008.

  • Who are SignUp key executives?

    SignUp's key executives are Karen Bantuveris.

  • How many employees does SignUp have?

    SignUp has 19 employees.

  • Who are SignUp competitors?

    Competitors of SignUp include The Royal Society of Chemistry, The Frontline and RedRover.

  • Where is SignUp headquarters?

    SignUp headquarters is located at 611 S Congress Ave #420, Austin.

  • Where are SignUp offices?

    SignUp has an office in Austin.

  • How many offices does SignUp have?

    SignUp has 1 office.