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TakeLessons is a company developing a platform for finding private instructors. It enables students to find and connect with instructors in areas ranging from music or acting to foreign languages, math, and photography. The company provides instructors with a solution that simplifies marketing and managing a business with integrated scheduling, billing, payment, and communication tools which work across desktop and mobile devices.

HQSan Diego, CA, US
Employee Ratings3.7

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2021)561
Job Openings3
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at TakeLessons

Steven Cox

Steven Cox

Chief Executive Officer & Director
Jon Crim

Jon Crim

Vice President, Marketing & Growth
Eric Chin

Eric Chin

Board Member
Karen Baumbach

Karen Baumbach

Vice President, Finance
Tom Siegel

Tom Siegel

Board Member
Brad McCrory

Brad McCrory

Vice President, Revenue and Marketing
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TakeLessons Office Locations

TakeLessons has offices in San Diego and Westlake Village
San Diego, CA, US (HQ)
1320 Columbia St Suite 310
Westlake Village, CA, US
5716 Corsa Ave #110
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TakeLessons Financials and Metrics

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TakeLessons total Funding

$19 m

TakeLessons latest funding size

$7 m

Time since last funding

7 years ago

TakeLessons investors

TakeLessons's latest funding round in March 2014 was reported to be $7 m. In total, TakeLessons has raised $19 m
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TakeLessons News and Updates

Tutoring Software Market in-Depth Analysis with key players Oases Online, Amidship, TakeLessons, TutorLABS

The study of the Tutoring Software market by HTF MI provides the market size information and market trends along with factors and parameters impacting it in both short- and long-term. The study provides a 360° view and insights, outlining the key outcomes of the industry. Posted via Industry Today. …

TakeLessons Blogs

What are the Different Types of Sign Languages?

Many people are surprised or even shocked to learn that American Sign Language is not universal. However, when you think about how many spoken languages there are across the globe, it makes sense that sign language would be the same. After all, American Sign language is its own language with its own…

How to Play From a Lead Sheet: Basics for Piano Players

A lead sheet is a simple song arrangement that usually contains the melody line, lyrics and chord symbols. Sometimes. it may not even have a melody line and only lists the chords at the appropriate place to change them. Collections of these types of lead sheets are called “Fake Books” and contain hu…

Spanish Jokes to Help You Learn the Language

Humor makes our lives better, but can it make your Spanish better as well? Today I’m here to show you how you can increase your vocabulary and heighten your cultural awareness through jokes in Spanish.  Understanding humor in our target language is a milestone in our learning process, and my favorit…

Viola Vs. Violin: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever seen someone holding a stringed instrument, seemingly a violin, and used it as a conversation starter with them?  “That’s so cool that you play the violin!  How long have you been playing?” Only to get the response you most feared “It’s a viola actually”. Don’t worry! Tons of people ma…

Female Songwriters to Inspire You

Ooh, girl.  Full honesty here, I read my topic for this week and I whisper-screamed “YES!!” in my little home office. As a female singer/songwriter, I have found inspiration from many a woman, from many a genre, known, and unknown. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy my favorite article to date.  Let’s s…

What is the Best Lighting for Photography?

The best photography lighting is based on several factors, and depends on what type of look you want when it comes to your photos. Natural lighting versus studio lighting brings about two different looks in your photography. We’ll be discussing natural lighting, which does not need any equipment. An…
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TakeLessons Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TakeLessons founded?

    TakeLessons was founded in 2006.

  • Who are TakeLessons key executives?

    TakeLessons's key executives are Steven Cox, Jon Crim and Eric Chin.

  • How many employees does TakeLessons have?

    TakeLessons has 560 employees.

  • Who are TakeLessons competitors?

    Competitors of TakeLessons include TutorEye, Teachmint and Virohan.

  • Where is TakeLessons headquarters?

    TakeLessons headquarters is located at 1320 Columbia St Suite 310, San Diego.

  • Where are TakeLessons offices?

    TakeLessons has offices in San Diego and Westlake Village.

  • How many offices does TakeLessons have?

    TakeLessons has 2 offices.