ClickUp, based in San Diego, Calif., was founded in 2016 by CEO Brian Evans and Chief Technology Officer Alex Yurkowski. The company, which was last valued at $4 million in October 2021, markets itself as an all-in-one productivity tool built for teams of all types across any industry. According to the company, “you can plan, track, and collaborate on any project and build the perfect workflow for you and your team.”
Last August, the company acquired Slapdash, a leading unified search and command bar platform. In October 2021, ClickUp raised a Series C round totaling $400 million from a group of investors including Andreesen Horowitz and Tiger Global Management.
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