Wonolo powers the frontline workforce, with a B2B marketplace that allows businesses to find vetted talent immediately. Wonolo removes the friction for companies to find talent for on-demand hourly or daily job needs, while creating freedom through flexibility for job seekers. Wonolo is currently available in SF, LA, and NYC and expanding. The Company is looking to fill engineering, sales, marketing, customer success, community management, support, data science, and of course, Wonoloer positions.

Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
164 (est)+5%
Website
wonolo.com
Wonolo was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Wonolo Office Locations

Wonolo has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
535 Mission St
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Wonolo Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$20.9 m

Latest funding size

$13 m

Time since last funding

6 days ago

Investors

Wonolo's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $13 m. In total, Wonolo has raised $20.9 m

Wonolo Operating Metrics

Wonolo's Active Users was reported to be 100 k in Apr, 2018.
Apr, 2018

Active Users

100 k
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Wonolo News and Updates

Why Sequoia’s Jess Lee Is Investing in On-Demand Staffing Platform Wonolo

The deal marks her first “public” investment since joining the firm.

Sequoia leads $13 million investment in Wonolo, a marketplace for underemployed workers

About 5.2 million Americans are currently underemployed, defined as those who are seeking full-time work but receive fewer than 30 hours per week from their employer. In addition to this segment, there are those who work full-time jobs but are unable to find companies that offer flexible hours to pi…

Wonolo picks up $13M to create a way to connect temp workers with companies

AJ Brustein was out spending time with a member of his merchandising team when a nearby store ran out of stock of some goods — but there was no one on staff responsible for that location. Fortunately, the employee he was with had already showed him how to restock the shelves, and he offered to […]
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