Airtable Stock

airtable.comData Management/​StorageFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $631.87MM

Airtable is a SaaS provider allowing creators and creatives to build their own useful software. With applications ranging from collaborative editorial planning, to managing global marketing campaigns, to powering the entire back office of an organization, Airtable makes it easy for anyone to create custom, collaborative workflows to suit their specific business needs.

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Team

Management Team

Howie Liu
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Emmett Nicholas
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Andrew Ofstad
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Max Gazor Ph.D
Charles River Ventures

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