LucidLink is a cloud-hosted remote teamworking software. With a mission to enable easy data access anywhere on the go, LucidLink lets teams collaborate with secure storage capabilities for important files and access key information in real-time without the need to download anything. Other features included in the LucidLink platform include enterprise file storing, file sharing, and post-team production inside the cloud. LucidLink was founded by George Dochev and Peter Thompson in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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LucidLink investors also invested in these private companies

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Uncorrelated Ventures
Brighton Park Capital
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Management Team

Peter Thompson
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
George Dochev
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Umesh Maheshwari Ph.D
Chief Scientist
Gianna Sagan
General Counsel & Vice President of Legal
Joel Davis
Vice President of Worldwide Sales

Board Members

Conrad Chu
King Goh
Steve Anderson
Baseline Ventures

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News Highlights

LucidLink CEO: ‘We’re Building Towards An IPO’ After $75M Round
LucidLink's CEO announced after receiving $75 million in funding that they are reaching for a future IPO.
LucidLink lands $75M for its on-demand file streaming tech
LucidLink, a startup offering a platform that enables teams to work on files without having to download or sync them, today announced that it raised $75 million in a Series C round led by Brighton Park Capital with participation from Headline, Adobe Ventures and Baseline Ventures. The tranche brings LucidLink’s total raised to $90 million — a respectable sum for a company founded around seven years ago.
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024


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