Patreon Stock

patreon.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Consumer & Lifestyle Enterprise SoftwareFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $407.78MM

Patreon is a membership business platform enabling content creators to build their own communities. Video creators, podcasters, visual artists, and musicians can produce content specifically for their audiences and bring in revenue. Patreon was founded in 2013 by Samuel Yam, Jack Conte, and Genevieve Putter and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Jack Conte
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Samuel Yam
Co-Founder, President & Chief Technology Officer
Julian Gutman
Chief Product Officer
Rory Brown
Chief Brand Officer

Board Members

Daniel Rimer
Index Ventures
Barry Schuler
DFJ Growth
Richard Costolo
Index Ventures
Jonathan Golden
New Enterprise Associates
Linda Guo
Glade Brook Capital Partners

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News Highlights

The Longevity of Hip-Hop: Raekwon talks authenticity, impact and new Patreon
While he never required reintroduction, the rapper is venturing into new spaces. He recently launched a Patreon that allows fans to get to know the “Chef” like they never have before.
Spotify is revamping its podcaster tools, including Anchor, and is partnering with Patreon
Another interesting piece of news was the announcement of a new partnership with Patreon, which the company said will enable creators to expand their creative business through direct payments from fans, and allow fans to listen to their Patreon content on Spotify.
Why a creator quit Patreon after making about $55,000 on the platform last year
Anela Malik created a lucrative Patreon business, but earlier this year, she ditched the platform to offer fans content directly through her website.
Updated on: May 21, 2024


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