Thumbtack is an online service that matches customers with local professionals. Currently, Thumbtack lists 1,100 types of services in categories such as home, wellness, events, and lessons.
|Type of business||Private|
Type of site
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California|
In June 2010, Thumbtack.com raised $1.2 million in funding, primarily from angel investors. Investors include Scott Banister, Jason Calacanis and Joshua Schachter. In January 2012, Thumbtack raised another $4.5 million through a Series A round of venture capital funding. In June 2013, Thumbtack raised an additional $12.5 million through a Series B round of venture capital funding. In May 2014, Thumbtack raised $30 million through a Series C round of venture capital funding from Sequoia Capital and Tiger Global Management. In August 2014, Thumbtack raised $100 million through a Series D round of venture capital funding, led by Google Capital. In September 2015, Thumbtack raised $125 million of venture capital funding, led by Baillie Gifford.
In June 2019 the company secured $120 million in Series H at a valuation of nearly $1.3 billion.
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