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$40M | 3 yrs ago

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About RevenueCat

RevenueCat develops a mobile subscription toolkit. It helps developers to manage their in-application subscriptions. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Brandon, Florida.

Headquarters Location

1032 East Brandon Boulevard Suite 3003

Brandon, Florida, 33511,

United States


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RevenueCat's Products & Differentiators

    Subscription Management

    With RevenueCat, you can keep track of all your app transactions in one place — whether your customers are charged through iOS, Android, or the web. As the single source of truth for your app business, we make sure your users’ subscription status is always up to date.


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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned RevenueCat in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Jun 1, 2021.

Latest RevenueCat News

Are IPOs Really Back? And Where is Growth Investing? 20VC Roundtable #4 with Jason Lemkin, Woody Marshall, Deven Parekh, Harry Stebbings

Oct 12, 2023

Harry Stebbings of 20VC was kind enough to have us back on the latest VC Roundtable with 2 of the very, very best in growth / late-stage investing — the leaders of Insight Partners and Technology Crossover Ventures. They’ve led later stage investments in the best in SaaS and Cloud. And how are they seeing today? With humility, and balanced optimism for the coming months and years. But a bit skeptical of AI valuations, and overfunded deals. Much more on our deep dive here: and on pod here: Deven Parekh  is a Managing Director at  Insight Partners , one of the leading investing franchises of the last 25 years. Deven has made more than 90 investments since joining in 2000 including in the likes of Twitter, Alibaba,, Chargebee and Automattic (WordPress) to name a few. Woody Marshall  is a General Partner @  TCV , one of the most successful growth funds of the last decade with a portfolio including the likes of Facebook, AirBnB, Spotify, LinkedIn and many more incredible companies. Jason Lemkin is the Founder @  SaaStr  one of the best-performing early-stage venture funds focused on SaaS. In the past, Jason has led investments in  Algolia , Pipedrive, Salesloft, TalkDesk, and RevenueCat to name a few. In Today’s Episode We Discuss “Are IPO’s Back”: 1. The Growth Landscape Overview: Is growth dead? Are any growth deals getting done? How has the price changed for growth deals that are getting done? Which type of growth companies will vs will not be able to raise? What happens to all of the growth companies with $300-$500M in cash but little revenue? 2. The Great Reset: Valuations Need to Change: Why should companies be actively resetting their valuations? What are the benefits? What will happen between VCs and LPs when there is no incentive for VCs to reset their portfolio valuations when they need to go out and raise from those same LPs? Structure is often part of these valuation resets, is structure to rounds always bad? When is it good? What type of structure is acceptable vs unacceptable? 3. Are the Public Markets Creeping Open: Are IPOs Back Should we take comfort from ARM, Instacart and Klaviyo and assume the public markets are going to open again? If not, what will cause them to open? How should we analyze the performance of the IPOs above? Many have been negative, are they right to suggest this is not the response we wanted? Why does Woody believe, like Instacart taking a 75% discount to their last round, we should have more and more companies go public at discounts to their last private round? 4. Late Stage Growth is Dead and Revenue Multiples: Why is late-stage growth dead? How long do we think this will last? How should we assess revenue multiples today? New normal? Same as always? How will revenue multiples look in 12 months from now? How should we analyse the large late stage growth rounds for hyped AI companies? What happens there? New!! The [Real] State of Growth Investing in 2023+ with @insightpartners @tcvtech @HarryStebbings + @jasonlk "Our pace is down dramatically. We've done new deals, but the pace is way, way down."

RevenueCat Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was RevenueCat founded?

    RevenueCat was founded in 2017.

  • Where is RevenueCat's headquarters?

    RevenueCat's headquarters is located at 1032 East Brandon Boulevard, Brandon.

  • What is RevenueCat's latest funding round?

    RevenueCat's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did RevenueCat raise?

    RevenueCat raised a total of $56.62M.

  • Who are the investors of RevenueCat?

    Investors of RevenueCat include Oakhouse Partners, Adjacent, Index Ventures, Nicolas Dessaigne, Tobias Balling and 10 more.

  • Who are RevenueCat's competitors?

    Competitors of RevenueCat include Adapty and 6 more.

  • What products does RevenueCat offer?

    RevenueCat's products include Subscription Management and 2 more.

  • Who are RevenueCat's customers?

    Customers of RevenueCat include ClassDojo, TuneIn and Life360.


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