So, if you’re looking for a better price on your PitchBook subscription or are simply intrigued by the tool’s pricing, go on reading this article.
PitchBook’s Prices From 8 Customers
PitchBook’s price depends on the number of seats you need. Here’s what 8 customers are paying for their PitchBook subscription (source: Capiche):
$12,000/year for 1 seat.
$13,500/year for 1 seat.
$18,000/year for 3 seats.
$22,500/year for 3 seats (quarterly billing).
$24,000/year for 3 seats.
$13,500/year for 1 seat. $18,000/year for 2 seats. Only annual licenses are offered.
$7,000/year/seat, with Pitchbook claiming to have a minimum of 5 seats.
$20,000/year for 3 seats with a 2-year commitment (after being quoted $25,000/year).
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Here’s what some of PitchBook’s customers say about their pricing in G2 and TrustRadius:
Pretty pricey, but you get what you pay for.
The price is rather high, but for funds should be worth it.
Very expensive. You can’t share accounts to help offset the cost of the subscription.
If you’re serious about investing, then the price is not a hurdle.
User license seats can get expensive as PitchBook is scaled across the enterprise.
Expensive and not cost-effective for small firms.
Is PitchBook Worth the Pricing?
There’s a debate in Capiche around if it’s worth paying for PitchBook.
Some people claim that if you’re a small fund with limited resources, it’s tough to justify PitchBook’s pricing, but if you’re a large fund, particularly investing in late-stage deals, PitchBook is worth it.
Others claim that having accurate valuation data is really important when investing, no matter if you’re a small or large firm, and so PitchBook is worth the price for everyone.
What Does Pitchbook Offer?
PitchBook has grown significantly as a provider of venture capital and private equity data since its inception in 2009. The business began with a concentration on venture capital but expanded to include private equity firms, corporate development, law firms, and universities. PitchBook now provides the following statistics on their platform: