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Company typePrivate company
IndustryProject management software
FounderZeb Evans (Founder & CEO)
Alex Yurkowski (Founder & CTO)

ClickUp is a project management software with features including tasks, whiteboards, spreadsheets, and document collaboration on a unified platform.[1] It was founded by Zeb Evans and Alex Yurkowski in 2017.[2]



In 2017, Zeb Evans and Alex Yurkowski founded ClickUp as an internal tool before being launched publicly as a cloud-based collaboration and productivity software.[3] The company was headquartered in San Francisco before moving to San Diego, California in January 2020.

In June 2020, the company secured $35M in Series A funding. In December 2020, ClickUp closed another $100 million in funding reaching a $1B in valuation.[4]

In 2021, ClickUp raised $400M at a $4B valuation and expanded the platform to Europe, opening an office in Dublin.[5][6] The same year ClickUp opened an Asia Pacific headquarters in Sydney.[7]

In July 2023, ClickUp laid off 10% of its workforce. With a total headcount of about 900 employees, it represents approximately 90 people. [8][9]



ClickUp is a cloud-based project management software with workplace collaboration tools in a single platform. ClickUp tools serve development, human resources, marketing, and business operations. The ClickUp platform is used by organizations such as Spotify, IBM, and Logitech.

ClickUp is SaaS-based and customizable.[10]



In April 2022, ClickUp acquired SlapDash, the developer of a unified search tool for enterprise applications.[11][12]

Also in 2022, ClickUp unveiled a Whiteboard feature, a visual tool for hybrid work environments. ClickUp AI was launched in February 2023, allowing users to summarize and generate content - this was renamed ClickUp Brain in January 2024.[13][14][15]


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  2. ^ Freeman, Mike (2020-12-15). "ClickUp raises $100M as venture capital continues to flow to local startups". San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  3. ^ Meiling, Brittany (2021-06-21). "Billion dollar ClickUp grabs". San Diego Union Tribune. Retrieved 2023-11-09.
  4. ^ Matney, Lucas (2020-06-24). "Productivity platform ClickUp raises $35 million from Craft Ventures". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  5. ^ Harford, Sarah (2021-12-01). "US software company ClickUp to hire 200 at new Dublin HQ". Silicon Republic. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  6. ^ Lunden, Ingrid (2021-10-27). "ClickUp raises $400M at a $4B valuation to expand its all-in-one workplace productivity platform to Europe". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  7. ^ Smith, Paul (2021-10-31). "Atlassian's $4b rival plans Aussie assault after big money funding". Australian Financial Review. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  8. ^ https://www.crn.com/news/software/tech-layoffs-saas-startup-clickup-once-valued-at-4b-cuts-10-percent-of-employees
  9. ^ "A comprehensive list of 2023 & 2024 tech layoffs". Tech Crunch.
  10. ^ Preimesberger, Chris J. (2022-04-04). "ClickUp launches Whiteboard to develop WFH analytics". VentureBeat. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  11. ^ Dee, Katie (2022-04-26). "ClickUp acquires search platform Slapdash". SD Times. Retrieved 2023-11-11.
  12. ^ Freeman, Mike. "San Diego 'unicorn' ClickUp buys Slapdash to bolster productivity software platform". San Diego Union Tribune. Retrieved 18 November 2023.
  13. ^ "ClickUp launches virtual whiteboards tool to help hybrid teams to create fresh ideas for life". RudeBaguette.
  14. ^ Vainilavičius, Justinas. "ClickUp launches AI management tool". Cybernews.
  15. ^ "Introducing ClickUp Brain: The First AI Neural Network for Work". ClickUp. 2024-01-30. Retrieved 2024-02-04.