TechCrunch

TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively 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 worldwide serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Oath
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2005
TechCrunch was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at TechCrunch

Mike Butcher

Mike Butcher

Editor at Large
Sarah Perez

Sarah Perez

Writer
Ingrid Lunden

Ingrid Lunden

Writer, International Editor
Jordan Crook

Jordan Crook

Reporter
Josh Constine

Josh Constine

Writer

TechCrunch Office Locations

TechCrunch has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
410 Townsend St Suite 100

TechCrunch Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2005
TechCrunch is a subsidiary of Oath

TechCrunch Financials

TechCrunch's revenue was reported to be $10 m in 2010
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Revenue

10 m
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TechCrunch Operating Metrics

Mar, 2015Dec, 2017

Daily Unique Visitors

720 k

Monthly Unique Visitors

21.6 m

Daily Page Views

1.17 m

Monthly Unique Visitors (US)

6.5 m
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TechCrunch's employees are reported to be approximately 38% female and 62% male.
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TechCrunch's Web-traffic and Trends

TechCrunch Online and Social Media Presence

TechCrunch News and Updates

World Premiere at TechCrunch 2017 in Berlin: MOIA presents ride pooling concept with world’s first electric ridesharing car

Vision becomes reality: The Berlin startup will present its ride pooling concept after only twelve months of development Ridepooling gets a brand-new look: Fully electric, environmentally friendly, space for up to six passengers “One million cars off the road”: A new mobility offering to reduce traf…

Let’s talk about commercial drones at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin

 Everyone loves drones, including companies with very specific needs. Drones once were the hot new thing and the perfect birthday gift. But drone makers are now realizing that there’s a bigger opportunity with commercial use cases, from farming to inspection. That’s why we’re excited to announce tha…

Attending CES 2018? TechCrunch wants to see your company

 CES is a horrible, god-awful experience that will shave years off your life. The casinos, the food, the people, the germs. Horrible. All of it. But we love it! And we’re sending a huge contingent to the show again this year and want to see your gadgets, toys and products. TechCrunch cares much more…

Redesigning the TechCrunch app

 Over the last two years we have been working hard to improve the experience of TechCrunch products for our readers. Our tiny-but-mighty product team launched the brand new TechCrunch mobile app earlier this month and we couldn’t be more excited. It has been completely redesigned with the goal of gi…

Extracting bias at TechCrunch [Internal]

 Our new guidelines underscore TechCrunch’s pathological obsession with social platforms, but also call for our reporters to proceed with the utmost caution, expressing none of their rampant pre-existing biases, which they will maintain undetectably. In the interest of a desperate attempt to appear …

Download the new, completely redesigned TechCrunch mobile app

 The TechCrunch mobile app was in dire need of a refresh, so we rebuilt it from the ground up. Starting today, you can download the new app in the iOS App Store or Google Play store. If you already have the old version of the app installed on your phone, all you need to do is update it to get the ne…
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