Collaboration Unicorns

7 Collaboration Companies that went to Become Unicorns

If you're building a collaboration startup, you must check these 7 companies that have joined the unicorn club.

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The Collaboration space has grown tremendously in recent years.

This post is about unicorns — privately held companies that reach billion-dollar valuations — that have some connection to collaboration tools.

We have collected a list of 7 Collaboration unicorn startups, such as Airtable and Notion.

7 Collaboration Companies that Became Unicorns

Airtable

Airtable

Airtable is a cloud-based software company that offers an elegant, intuitive interface for creating and sharing relational databases on your own server.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $5.77

    B (

    November 2018

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Andrew Ofstad, Emmett Nicholas, Howie Liu

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Database, Developer Tools, SaaS

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $617,600,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    8

  • Number of investors:

    38

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Figma

Figma

Figma is a browser-based design tool for team collaboration.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    April 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Dylan Field, Evan Wallace

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Developer Tools, Graphic Design, Internet, Product Design, Software, UX Design, Web Design

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $132,874,996

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    24

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Hive

Hive

Hive revolutionizes how companies organize their teams, processes, and workflows. With Hive, work flows in real-time so everyone can easily see who’s doing what—and what will be done next.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    April 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2016

  • Founders:

    Brett Knutson, Eric Typaldos, John Furneaux, Mark Donatelli

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Enterprise Software, Internet, Productivity Tools, SaaS

  • Number of employees:

    50-100

  • Funding Amount:

    $16,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    3

  • Number of investors:

    5

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InVisionApp

InVisionApp

InVisionApp helps teams of all skill levels to design, prototype and share interactive high-fidelity experiences.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.90

    B (

    November 2017

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2011

  • Founders:

    Ben Nadel, Clark Valberg

  • Industries:

    Apps, Collaboration, Internet, Mobile, Product Design, SaaS, Software, UX Design

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $350,200,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    8

  • Number of investors:

    14

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Lucid

Lucid

Lucid is software that empowers teams to rapidly create and deliver, with the support of a platform that cultivates growth and lets your team own their visual DNA.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $56

    B (

    February 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    South Jordan

  • Started in:

    2010

  • Founders:

    Ben Dilts, Darrell Swain, Karl Sun

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Enterprise Software, Information Technology, Internet, Mobile, Mobile Apps, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $170,462,414

  • Number of funding rounds:

    6

  • Number of investors:

    16

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monday.com

monday.com

Monday.com is a project management tool built for the company to run more efficiently and communicate better as a team

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.90

    B (

    July 2019

    )

  • Country:

    Israel

  • City:

    Tel Aviv

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Eran Zinman, Roy Mann

  • Industries:

    Collaboration, Project Management, SaaS, Task Management

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $234,100,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    6

  • Number of investors:

    9

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Notion

Notion

The Notion workspace consolidates your efforts from multiple sources — notes, tasks, wikis, and databases - into one app.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    April 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Chris Prucha, Ivan Zhao, Jessica Lam, Simon Last

  • Industries:

    Apps, Collaboration, Product Management, Real Time, Software

  • Number of employees:

    10-50

  • Funding Amount:

    $68,199,697

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    21

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