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.


Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Austin, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
18 (est)+6%
Website
signup.com
SignUp was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Austin, US

Key People at SignUp

Karen Bantuveris

Karen Bantuveris

Founder & CEO

SignUp Office Locations

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

SignUp Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2008

Total Funding

$4.1 m

Latest funding size

$1.3 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

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

Traffic Overview of SignUp

SignUp Online and Social Media Presence

SignUp News and Updates

Revolution opens signups for its mobile MMO outside of Asia

Netmarble announced today that it is opening what it’s calling “preregistration” (though this is just signing up) for its mobile massively multiplayer online role-playing game Lineage 2: Revolution globally (yes, this means North America, Europe, and the Middle East, and more). It has already launch…

Another European e2e encrypted Gmail alternative reports rising signups

 Tutanota, an end-to-end encrypted email service located in Germany, says it’s seeing an “exponential” uptick in sign-ups — crediting this to growing awareness of and concern for privacy online for a variety of (often political) reasons. Read More

World of Warcraft’s next Arena season will feature more teams and open signups

More teams and more money are coming to World of Warcraft’s esports scene. Blizzard today detailed the 2017 for World of Warcraft’s 2017 Arena season. Arena pits two teams of three players against each other. The top squads go on to compete at BlizzCon, Blizzard’s yearly fan event in November. The e…

Amazon cuts $20 from Prime subscription to encourage signups ahead of ‘The Grand Tour’ debut

Amazon’s long-awaited Top Gear “spin-off,” The Grand Tour, debuts on November 18, and Amazon is knocking $20 off its annual Prime membership for a 24-hour period to encourage folks to sign up. Additionally, Amazon is launching a new Alexa skill specifically for The Grand Tour, meaning those with an …

Signups for encrypted mail client ProtonMail double after election

 The election of Donald Trump has lots of Americans worried about their privacy, and they’re turning to encrypted communication platforms to protect themselves. During an interview yesterday, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden encouraged those concerned about the ramifications of Trump at the helm of …

Encrypted email service ProtonMail says new signups doubled after Trump win

ProtonMail, an encrypted email service that has previously touted itself as “NSA-proof,” has claimed that it has seen double the number of new signups since Trump’s election victory compared to last week. The company claims that, as a Swiss entity that benefits from support from the Swiss government…
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