OfferUp was founded in 2011 by Arean Veelen and Nick Huzar. The company has not publicly endorsed plans to participate in an IPO.

OfferUp is a mobile customer to customer marketplace. The company differentiates itself from Craigslist through its mobile-friendly interface and individual user ratings. In 2020, the company acquired competitor letgo with the intention of combining the two marketplaces. OfferUp has raised more than $380 million in venture capital funding from investors including Warburg Pincus, OLX Group, Andreessen Horowitz, T. Rowe Price, and GGV Capital. The company has been valued at more than $1 billion.

These comments should not be interpreted to mean that the company is formally pursuing or foregoing an IPO.

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Who are OfferUp's major investors?

Andreessen Horowitz
GGV Capital
Warburg Pincus
Vy Capital
T. Rowe Price

OfferUp Funding Rounds and IPO Valuation

Date Funding Round Funding Raised Price per Share IPO Valuation
3/25/2020 Series D $1.54B $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
8/26/2016 Series C-1 $1.28B $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
3/6/2015 Series C $815.25MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
7/1/2014 Series B $67.1MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
7/26/2013 Series A, A-1, and A-2 $16MM $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
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What is OfferUp funding to date?

OfferUp has raised $374.7MM with the following series:
$16MM for Series A, A-1, and A-2, $67.1MM for Series B, $815.25MM for Series C, $1.28B for Series C-1, $1.54B for Series D

When was OfferUp founded?

OfferUp was founded in 2011.

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Who is the founder of OfferUp?

OfferUp was founded by Nick Huzar and Arean van Veelen.

How does OfferUp make money?

OfferUp makes money through collecting a minimum fee of $1.99 or 12.9% of the sellers’ listing price, sellers who pay OfferUp for promoted listings, and the Verified Dealer Program, which allows car dealerships onto the marketplace.

Who is the CEO of OfferUp?

In June 2021, Todd Dunlap was appointed CEO and member of its board of directors. Dunlap joins Offerup from

Did OfferUp acquire Letgo?

OfferUp acquired Letgo, another rival platform that allows users to buy and sell used items, in March 26th, 2020.

What kind of business is OfferUp?

OfferUp is a mobile-first C2C marketplace that enables consumers to buy and sell used goods.

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