TechCrunch is a technology media property, dedicated to profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news. The Company hosts major conferences and events, including the Disrupt series, The Crunchies Awards, and various meet-ups serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.

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Parent CompanyVerizon Media
HQSan Francisco, US
TechCrunch was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Key People/Management at TechCrunch

Ned Desmond

Ned Desmond

Matt Burns

Matt Burns

Managing Editor
Matthew Panzarino

Matthew Panzarino

Henry Pickavet

Henry Pickavet

Editorial Director
Joey Hinson

Joey Hinson

Director of Operations
Leslie Hitchcock

Leslie Hitchcock

Director of Events
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TechCrunch Office Locations

TechCrunch has offices in San Francisco, Paris, Dreieich, Haifa and in 3 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
410 Townsend St #100, San Francisco
Paris, FR
9th Floor, 50 Boulevard Haussmann
Dreieich, DE
Robert-Bosch-Straße 32
Haifa, IL
Milano, IT
1st Floor, Via S. Simpliciano, 1
Oslo, NO
501, Lille Grensen 3
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TechCrunch Financials and Metrics

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TechCrunch is a subsidiary of Verizon Media

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TechCrunch's revenue was reported to be $10 m in Y, 2010
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720 k630 k494 k1.17 m

Monthly Unique Visitors

21.60 m18.90 m14.82 m35.21 m

Daily Page Views

1.17 m982.80 k696.54 k1.75 m

Monthly Unique Visitors (US)

6.50 m
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TechCrunch Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

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InviteShareJuly 01, 2007

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TechCrunch News and Updates

Startup Battlefield is going virtual with TechCrunch Disrupt 2020

You read that right. The big announcement came yesterday — TechCrunch Disrupt is now fully virtual. What does this mean for Startup Battlefield? More opportunity. The best companies from across the globe, an even bigger launch platform, the eyes of more investors from around the world and press expo…

TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 is going virtual

The headline says it all. TechCrunch’s big yearly event, Disrupt, is going fully virtual in 2020. As you can imagine, this is largely due to the impact that the coronavirus has had on the world. But it also gives us a chance to make our event even more accessible to more people than ever before, […]

TechCrunch Live: Join USV Managing Director Albert Wenger for a live chat Thursday at 9am PDT

Startups big and small, across all industries, are affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic. From Etsy to MongoDB, from Twilio to Foursquare, these companies are looking for ways to capitalize and ultimately thrive in what has become a survivalist landscape. These companies also happen to be portf…

TechCrunch Live: Join execs from Roblox, SuperAwesome, and Fingerprint tomorrow at 11:15am PDT to discuss kids media

With large majorities of all children (70% in the U.S. and U.K.) staying home from school during the COVID-19 crisis, use of digital media properties popular with kids has soared. Screen time among kids in the U.S. is up 50% according to research by SuperAwesome . This adds momentum to a space that …

27 TV show recommendations from TechCrunch while you’re stuck at home

With shelter-in-place orders worldwide, it’s never been a better time to curl up on the couch and loss oneself in a TV show. That’s what we’re doing. Some TechCrunch staffers are watching perennial favorites like The Wire or The West Wing or Gilmore Girls. Others are trying new shows like Devs or Mc…

Here’s how TechCrunch is keeping our brains busy while we’re stuck at home

This is a difficult time. Whoever and wherever you are, your life is likely already changing in ways you never could have anticipated as the world grapples with the fast-spreading global outbreak of a virus we don’t yet fully understand. It’s weird and hard and we’re feeling it too. Now more than ev…
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TechCrunch Blogs

AR startup Ubiquity6 lands $27M Series B to build a more user-friendly augmented reality

While nearly every tech giant has publicly proclaimed augmented reality the next frontier to conquer, product movement has been relatively slow as the companies’ aim to nail very base issues in consumer-friendly ways has proven difficult. Ubiquity6 is one of a handful of startups aiming to tackle th…

Chinese Tesla rival Nio files to raise $1.8 billion in US IPO

Tesla may be looking to go private, but Chinese rival Nio is going the other way after it filed to raise $1.8 billion in an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Nio was started in 2014, initially as NextCar, by Bin Li, an entrepreneur who founded online automotive services platform Bitauto. The compa…

Submit your application to TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa 2018

If there’s one thing we learned hosting last year’s Startup Battlefield in Kenya, it’s that the tech startup scene across Africa is both impressive and growing rapidly. More than 300 tech hubs connect and mentor entrepreneurs across the continent — making it an exciting time and place to be a startu…

Singapore’s Openspace Ventures closes new $135M fund for Southeast Asia

It seems like everyone is out there raising new funds in Southeast Asia. Weeks after we reported Golden Gate Ventures hit a first close on its third fund aimed at $100 million, so Openspace Ventures — the Singapore-based firm formerly known as NSI — has announced a final close of $135 million for it…

Carbyne raises $15M for its next-gen 911 service, as Founders Fund invests in its first Israeli startup

911 and other emergency numbers have been a key route for people to contact medical, police or fire services, with some 240 million calls are made for urgent help in the US alone each year. But while calling the numbers is a breeze, sometimes passing on crucial information is far from that, with mos…

China’s Didi beefs up its newly-independent car services business with an acquisition

A week after spinning out its driver services business and giving it $1 billion in investment capital, Didi Chuxing has added to it through an acquisition. Xiaoju Automobile Solutions (XAS), which the Didi spinout is called, announced today it has bought Hiservice, a three-year-old company that prov…
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TechCrunch Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TechCrunch founded?

    TechCrunch was founded in 2005.

  • Who are TechCrunch key executives?

    TechCrunch's key executives are Ned Desmond, Matt Burns and Matthew Panzarino.

  • What is TechCrunch revenue?

    Latest TechCrunch annual revenue is $10 m.

  • Who are TechCrunch competitors?

    Competitors of TechCrunch include Engadget, CNET and Wirecutter.

  • Where is TechCrunch headquarters?

    TechCrunch headquarters is located at 410 Townsend St #100, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are TechCrunch offices?

    TechCrunch has offices in San Francisco, Paris, Dreieich, Haifa and in 3 other locations.

  • How many offices does TechCrunch have?

    TechCrunch has 8 offices.