Betterment provides an automated cloud-based investment platform that allows investors to invest in index funds.
Betterment is headquartered in New York City. Jonathan Stein is a co-founder and CEO of Betterment. Betterment has received funding from investors such as AB Kinnevik, Bessemer Venture Partners and Menlo Ventures. The main competitors of Betterment are Acorns, Wealthfront and Ellevest. As of August 2019, Betterment has 43.7K fans on Facebook and 29.2K followers on Twitter.
Betterment’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Betterment top competitors include: Acorns, Wealthfront, Ellevest, Personal Capital, SoFi, Facet Wealth, blooom, Wealthsimple, Ally, Vanguard, Addepar, Black Mountain, Kyriba, Calypso, Smartfolios, Robinhood, Fusion, CASH BOARD and aixigo.
Together they raised more than 8.9B between their estimated 74.1K employees. The company’s best income ranks 10th among its 10 best competitors. The average index of 10 best competitors is 504.7M. Betterment” has 320 employees and ranks 10th among the 10 best competitors. The ten best competitors are 1717 people on average.
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Acorns are one of the best competitors of the Best. Acorns is a private company, which was founded in 2012 in Irvine, California. Like Betterment, Acorns also works in the field of diversified financial services. Compared to Betterment, Acorns has 70 employees more.
Wealthfront company is considered one of the largest competitors of Betterment. Wealthfront was founded in 2008 in Palo Alto, California. Like Betterment, Wealthfront also competes in the sector of diversified financial services. Wealthfront brings in 1 million dollars less income than Betterment.
Elvest is one of the main competitors of Betterment. The company “Ellevest” was founded in 2014, and its headquarters is located in New York. Elvest competes in the field of diversified investment services. Ellvest has 190 less employees than Betterment.