Trello is a visual project management system. The Company provides a collaborative web and mobile based application that helps teams and individuals to stay organized and communicate on projects. Trello has a variety of work and personal uses including real estate management, software project management, school bulletin boards, lesson planning and law office case management.

Parent Company
New York, US
Trello was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, US

Trello Office Locations

Trello has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
1 Exchange Alley

Trello Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$10.3 m


In total, Trello had raised $10.3 m. Trello is a subsidiary of Atlassian

Trello Operating Metrics

Jan, 2017


19 m
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Trello News and Updates

$5 billion Atlassian is paying $425 million for Trello, a beloved productivity app with 19 million users

Atlassian, Australia's publicly traded $5 billion productivity software company, is buying the popular collaboration app Trello in a deal valued at $425 million — $360 million in cash, and $65 million in stock.

Trello goes to Japan as it pushes for global growth under Atlassian

 Trello today announced that it is launching operations in Japan next year as part of its overall global growth strategy. When Atlassian bought Trello earlier this year, one of the motivations for the sale was that Trello thought the larger company could help it reach more users. It’s no surprise th…

Gmail add-ons put tools like Trello and QuickBooks in your inbox

At Google’s CloudNext conference last March, the company teased a new system for Gmail add-ons designed to let developers connect other apps to Gmail’s Android and browser-based version. Now Gmail is announcing that the first set of add-ons are available. They include support for 10 widely-used, bus…

How to fend off over-collaboration and do deep work

GUEST: The modern workplace is full of distractions. Once a bastion of cubicle-sized fortresses of solitude, it’s now a buzzing hive of activity, fueled by the rise of open office spaces and an emphasis on teamwork. Indeed, we’re in danger of over-collaborating – too many opinions, too obsessed with…

Trello Company Life and Culture

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