Founded in 2005 by Dave Teare and Roustem Karimov, 1Password gives you complete control over passwords and other sensitive business information. 1password is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1Password is a secure, convenient password manager, providing businesses and families a safe way to share passwords, credit cards, and documents.

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Is 1Password a publicly traded company?

1Password is a private company and not publicly traded.

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Will 1Password go IPO?

1Password has not yet filed for an IPO. However, it's important to note that IPOs are not the sole avenue for a private company to transition to public trading. Private companies can also go public through alternative methods such as but limited to Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), direct listings, or through mergers and acquisitions. Find out which companies are eyeing an IPO on our Tech IPO Calendar 2024.

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What is 1Password's funding to date?

1Password has raised $300.1MM to date.
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When was 1Password founded?

1Password was founded in 2005.

Who are 1Password's major investors?

WndrCo
Slack Fund
Accel
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024

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