Thumbtack Stock

thumbtack.comConsumer & Lifestyle / E-commerceFounded: 2008Funding to Date: $526MM

Thumbtack is a home management platform where users can find skilled general contractors, home inspectors, plumbers, cleaning services, landscapers, and more. Thumbtack was founded in 2008 by Marco Zappacosta, Jonathan Swanson, Sander Daniels JD, and Jeremy Tunnell and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Marco Zappacosta
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member
Jonathan Swanson
Co-Founder, President & Executive Chairman
Larry Roseman
Chief Financial Officer
Nikhil Bobde
Chief Technology Officer
P.J. Linarducci
Chief Product Officer
Melanie Margolin
Chief Legal Officer

Board Members

Alex Gurevich
Javelin Venture Partners
Bryan Schreier
Sequoia Capital
David Lawee
Jed Katz
Javelin Venture Partners
Mark Sugarman
MHS Capital

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News Highlights

H-E-B and Thumbtack app now offering handyman, pet services in 300+ stores

Home management platform Thumbtack has taken the leap into the retail space via a new partnership with beloved San Antonio-based grocery giant H-E-B, Supermarket News reports.

The 10 Most Popular Home Improvement Projects for Fall 2022, According to Thumbtack

We’ve officially survived the third-hottest summer on record, according to data from NOAA, and frankly, many of us are embracing the cooler weather with open arms.

Housepainter doubled his business using Thumbtack: 'I'm making 5 times the dollar amount that I put in'

Juliano Da Cruz wanted to expand his house painting business when he decided to create a profile on Thumbtack. He now gets hundreds of leads on the site.
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024


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