Airtable is a cloud-based collaboration platform that helps companies manage projects, create to-do lists and assign tasks.
Airtable is a private company. Howie Liu is the co-founder and CEO of Airtable and has an approval rating of 84 members. Airtable’s last funding round was the D Series for $185 million in September 2020. Airtable’s main competitor is Smartsheet, headed by Mark P. Mader, who is their president and CEO. Airtable has 510 followers.
Airtable’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Airtable top competitors include: Smartsheet, Asana, monday.com, Trello, Basecamp, hopTo, Rowshare, Transpose, Crosscap, Wrike, Podio, Workfront, Clickup and Notion.
Together they raised over 2.1B between their estimated 5.7K employees. Airtable’s revenue ranks 7th among its top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors are on average 70.8M. Airtable has 215 employees and is ranked 6th out of 10 best competitors. The top ten competitors have an average of 350.
- Website: airtable.com
- Social Media Links: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
- Founded: 2012
- Est. Annual Revenue: $20M
- Est. Employees: 215
- Headquarters: 155 5th St San Francisco, California 94103
Smartsheet – a rival number 1 Airtable. Smartsheet is a public company that was founded in Bellevue, Washington, in zero numbers. Smartsheet competes in the field of system software. Smartsheet has an additional 1,565 employees compared to Airtable.
Asana is perceived as one of the biggest competitors of Airtable. Asana company was founded in 2008, its headquarters are located in San Francisco, California. Like Airtable, Asana also competes in the collaborative software sector. Asana generates $122.6 million more revenue than Airtable.
Monday.com is a leading competitor to Airtable. monday.com is a private company, which was founded in 2012 in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv region. monday.com is in the System Software area. Compared to Airtable, monday.com has 335 employees more.