Miro Stock

miro.comEnterprise Software / Communication & Collaboration softwareFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $473.99MM

Miro is the developer of an online collaborative whiteboard platform that enables distributed teams to work effectively together on a range of activities including running brainstorming sessions and workshops, planning projects, designing new products and services, and facilitating agile ceremonies. The company was founded in 2011 by Audrey Khusid and Oleg Shardin and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Varun Parmar
Chief Product Officer
Paul D'Arcy
Chief Marketing Officer
Andrey Khusid
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Zhenya Loginov
Chief Revenue Officer
Justin Coulombe
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Igor Ryabenkiy
AltaIR Capital
Matthew Jacobson
ICONIQ Capital

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News Highlights

Collaborative Whiteboard Software Market is Going to Boom : Miro, Microsoft Whiteboard, Google Jamboard

According to HTF Market Intelligence, the Global Collaborative Whiteboard Software market to witness a CAGR of 18.36% during forecast period of 2023-2028.

GoTo Teams Up With Miro to Bring Whiteboards to its Flagship Products

GoTo has partnered with Miro to bring a new integration to its range of flagship products. Miro, a visual collaboration platform, is now available for meetings and training sessions in the GoTo application to enable real-time collaboration for hybrid workforces. GoTo has confirmed that Miro is available for GoTo Connect, GoTo Meeting, and GoTo Training customers.

Visual collaboration company Miro valued at $17.5B following $400M in new funding

It was in 2020 when the company raised a $50M Series B round led by Iconiq Capital. Since then, Khusid said the company grew its user base by 500%, from 5 million to 30 million users, and also its paying customer base by 550%. Among its Fortune 100 clients, 20 have more than $1M in annual recurring revenue contract value.

Online whiteboarding platform Miro raises $400M to power the future of work

Miro, a visual collaboration platform used by companies like Dell, Cisco, and Deloitte, has raised $400 million at a $17.5 billion valuation.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024

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