Venmo is a social payment application that allows users to share and make payments with friends.
Venmo is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. Venmo is a subsidiary of Braintree, Inc. since August 2012. Venmo receives funding from investors such as RRE Ventures, Betaworks, and the Founder Collective. Venmo’s main competitors are Cash App, Zellepay and Dwolla. As of February 2020, Venmo had 57.3 thousand Facebook fans and 19.1 thousand Twitter followers.
Venmo’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Venmo top competitors include: Cash App, Zellepay, Dwolla, Quickpay, Moneymailme, Payoneer, PaymentSpring, Chase, Popmoney and Azimo.
Together they raised more than 409.3 million people among their 52.1 thousand employees. Venmo has 200 employees and ranks 4th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 5806.
- Website: venmo.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
- Founded: 2009
- Est. Annual Revenue: $400M
- Est. Employees: 200
- Headquarters: 2038 Locust Street Floor 1 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
The Cash App was one of Venmo’s main competitors. The Cash App was founded in 2013, with headquarters in San Francisco, California. Cash App competes in the Internet software industry. The Cash App generates revenue of $ 2.1 billion more than Venmo.
Zellepay is Venmo’s main competitor. Zellepay is a privately held company that was founded in null. Zellepay competes on the field. Zellepay has fewer employees than Venmo.
Dvolla is considered one of the largest competitors Venmo. Dwolla was founded in 2008, and its headquarters is in Des Moines, Iowa. Like Venmo, Dwolla also competes in Transaction Services. Dwolla has 100 less employees than Venmo.