Zapier (YC S12) gives people internet superpowers by letting them easily connect and automate the apps they use. Partners, including Salesforce, Intuit, Google, and Dropbox, utilize Zapier to offer their customers integrations with over 350 apps. The Zapier Developer Platform enables developers to add APIs for private or public use. Our growing, remote team has members around the world. We are on a mission to make work easier. We face formidable technical hurdles, unique marketing challenges, and exciting brand and design opportunities that come with serving a vast multi-sided audience. 
Mountain View, US
Size (employees)
145 (est)+6%
Zapier was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Mountain View, US
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Key People/Management at Zapier

Wade Foster

Wade Foster

Co-Founder & CEO
Mike Knoop

Mike Knoop

Co-Founder & CPO
Bryan Helmig

Bryan Helmig

Co-Founder & CTO

Zapier Office Locations

Zapier has an office in Mountain View
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Zapier Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$1.3 m

Latest funding size

$1.30 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago


Zapier's latest funding round in October 2012 was reported to be $1.3 m. In total, Zapier has raised $1.3 m

Zapier Operating Metrics

Zapier's Users was reported to be 2 m in Jan, 2018.
Jan, 2018


2 m
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Zapier News and Updates

The 4 Rookie Mistakes To Avoid When Automating Your Social Media

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How I Stay Sane And Productive As An Extrovert Who Works Remotely

As an extrovert, the loneliness of remote work can be frustrating. But there are steps you can take in order to thrive in this environment. People often confuse being extroverted with being an outgoing person. And a lot of times the two traits do go hand-in-hand.Read Full Story

Building Zapier Through Action, Not Perfection

Zapier founder and CEO Wade Foster discusses defaulting to action, and why perfection is the enemy of good enough.
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