World View

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World View is a stratospheric technology company.  It provides full-service commercial launch. The Company develops Stratollite flight platform. It Company serves commercial, government and educational customers and delivers payloads to the near-space environment. 

HQTucson, AZ, US
Employee Ratings3.4

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)63(+2%)
Job Openings20
Cybersecurity ratingFMore

Key People/Management at World View

Jane Poynter

Jane Poynter

Co-Founder and Strategic Advisor
Tom Ingersoll

Tom Ingersoll

Executive Chairman
Taber MacCallum

Taber MacCallum

Co-Founder & CTO
Alan Stern

Alan Stern

Co-Founder & Chief Scientist
Mark Kelly

Mark Kelly

Co-Founder & Strategic Advisor
Ron Garan

Ron Garan

SVP of Mission Operations
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World View Office Locations

World View has an office in Tucson
Tucson, AZ, US (HQ)
1805 E Aerospace Parkway
Tucson, AZ, US
1840 E Valencia Rd Building 8, STE 123
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World View Financials and Metrics

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World View total Funding

$41.8 m

World View latest funding size

$26.5 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

World View investors

World View's latest funding round in March 2018 was reported to be $26.5 m. In total, World View has raised $41.8 m
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World View News and Updates


World View’s ‘stratollites’ and new spaceport aim to change the business of space

At World View’s new headquarters in Tucson, Arizona, the paint is barely dry on a gleaming new structure located near the airport, and just down the road from defense contractor Raytheon. The facility, and the site, dominate the landscape, and reflect the enormity of World View’s main goal, which…

NOAA and World View partner on stratospheric composition research

Arizona-based high-altitude balloon startup World View has a new partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to help the latter collect data to help it deepen its study of the Earth’s stratosphere, the second layer of the Earth’s atmosphere that spans between 4.3 and …

World View founders launch new stratospheric ballooning venture

Two entrepreneurs who founded a high-altitude ballooning company nearly a decade ago have started a second such venture, hoping to realize their original vision of giving the public a taste of spaceflight.

World View delays plans and furloughs staff because of pandemic

World View, the stratospheric ballooning company, has put on hold new business initiatives and furloughed some staff because of the coronavirus pandemic.

World View reaches new milestone in Stratollite development

World View announced June 5 it performed the longest flight to date of its stratospheric balloon, demonstrating its ability to carry out missions traditionally reserved for satellites.

World View Balloon Flies For 16 Days In Bid To Show Remote Sensing Possibilities

Stratospheric startup World View flew a Stratolite high-altitude balloon for 16 days straight, in an effort to show the benefits of high-altitude remote sensing for customers.
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World View Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was World View founded?

    World View was founded in 2013.

  • Who are World View key executives?

    World View's key executives are Jane Poynter, Tom Ingersoll and Taber MacCallum.

  • How many employees does World View have?

    World View has 63 employees.

  • Who are World View competitors?

    Competitors of World View include NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, ALIENA and Battlespace.

  • Where is World View headquarters?

    World View headquarters is located at 1805 E Aerospace Parkway, Tucson.

  • Where are World View offices?

    World View has an office in Tucson.

  • How many offices does World View have?

    World View has 2 offices.