202014 Sep
Airtable Lands $185M Series D
Funding Rounds
202014 Sep

Project management software company Airtable has landed $185 million in a new round of funding, bringing its valuation to $2.5 billion. Airtable says it makes it easy to plan events, projects or product development by helping teams keep track of timelines and workflows. The company, which was founded in 2012, last raised money with a $100 million Series C in November 2018, which gave it a valuation of about $1.1 billion, per Crunchbase. “The biggest shift that’s happening today with our fundraise and our launch announcement is we’re going from being a no-code product … to now being a low-code solution,” Liu said in the Disrupt interview. It was the diversity of customers using Airtable (ranging from startups and large enterprises to cattle farms) that gave the company the confidence to double down use sensibilities for the product, Liu said.

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