Productivity Tools Unicorns

10 Productivity Tools Startups that are now Unicorn Companies

If you're building a productivity tool startup, you must check these 10 companies that have joined the unicorn club.

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Being a Productivity Tool startup is hard enough, but success is even harder.

There are +700 Unicorns around the world who have reached the $1 billion valuations by raising money from venture capitalists.

If you want to start an online business, you should look for the following 10 productivity companies that achieved unicorn status.

10 Productivity Tools Startups that are now Unicorns

Calendly

Calendly

Calendly's easy-to-use online scheduling tool makes it simple to quickly schedule meetings, appointments and calls.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $3.00

    B (

    January 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Atlanta

  • Started in:

    2013

  • Founders:

    Tope Awotona

  • Industries:

    Productivity Tools, Recruiting, SaaS, Scheduling, Software

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $350,550,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    3

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Clari

Clari

Clari provides a real-time, cloud-based platform that provides revenue operations teams with the information they need to execute at warp speed.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.60

    B (

    March 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Sunnyvale

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Andy Byrne, Venkat Rangan

  • Industries:

    Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, CRM, Machine Learning, Marketing Automation, Predictive Analytics, Productivity Tools, Sales, Software

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $271,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    10

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ClickUp

ClickUp

ClickUp is a cloud-based platform that replaces other workplace apps for all users and all departments in an organization.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    December 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Diego

  • Started in:

    2017

  • Founders:

    Alex Yurkowski, Zeb Evans

  • Industries:

    Apps, Productivity Tools, SaaS, Software, Task Management

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $137,500,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    4

  • Number of investors:

    2

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Divvy

Divvy

Divvy is the best online expenses and invoicing platform for small businesses. **

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.60

    B (

    January 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    Draper

  • Started in:

    2016

  • Founders:

    Alex Bean, Blake Murray

  • Industries:

    FinTech, Payments, Productivity Tools, SaaS

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $417,500,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    13

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Grammarly

Grammarly

Grammarly’s writing assistant detects and corrects mistakes in your text so you can be confident that more people will actually read what you’ve written.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    October 2019

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2009

  • Founders:

    Alex Shevchenko, Dmytro Lider, Max Lytvyn

  • Industries:

    Apps, Assistive Technology, Information Technology, Mobile Apps, Natural Language Processing, Productivity Tools, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    500-1,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $200,000,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    2

  • Number of investors:

    6

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HashiCorp

HashiCorp

HashiCorp provides operations-focused tools for building, deploying, and automating modern infrastructure.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $5.10

    B (

    November 2018

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2012

  • Founders:

    Armon Dadgar, Mitchell Hashimoto

  • Industries:

    Cloud Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Information Technology, Infrastructure, Private Cloud, Productivity Tools, Software

  • Number of employees:

    1,000-5,000

  • Funding Amount:

    $349,175,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    5

  • Number of investors:

    11

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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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Lattice

Lattice

Lattice is a people management application that helps people leaders and teams to organize their digital workplace.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.00

    B (

    March 2021

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    San Francisco

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Eric Koslow, Jack Altman

  • Industries:

    Enterprise Applications, Human Resources, Information Technology, Productivity Tools, Software

  • Number of employees:

    100-250

  • Funding Amount:

    $154,320,000

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    18

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Unqork

Unqork

Unqork's No Code Platform helps companies build, deploy and manage complex applications with zero coding or scripting.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $2.00

    B (

    October 2020

    )

  • Country:

    United States

  • City:

    New York

  • Started in:

    2017

  • Founders:

    Gary Hoberman

  • Industries:

    Enterprise, Enterprise Applications, Financial Services, Insurance, Productivity Tools, SaaS, Software

  • Number of employees:

    250-500

  • Funding Amount:

    $365,169,951

  • Number of funding rounds:

    7

  • Number of investors:

    20

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Yimidida

Yimidida

Yimidida is a Chinese pioneer in the crowd-sourced delivery industry which provides high-quality logistics services with an AI algorithm model.

Details of the startup:

  • Valuation:

    $1.17

    B (

    January 2019

    )

  • Country:

    China

  • City:

    Shanghai

  • Started in:

    2015

  • Founders:

    Yang Xingyun

  • Industries:

    Cloud Data Services, Logistics, Productivity Tools

  • Number of employees:

    10,000+

  • Funding Amount:

    $543,605,512

  • Number of funding rounds:

    6

  • Number of investors:

    10

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