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Founded Year



Series C | Alive

Total Raised




Last Raised

$110M | 1 yr ago

About Apollo

Apollo combines lead generation, sales communication, and analytics to help sales staff build more pipelines. Its platform allows users to easily convert prospects with automatic A/B testing.

Headquarters Location

535 Mission Street Suite 1100

San Francisco, California, 94105,

United States


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Apollo Patents

Apollo has filed 187 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Rotating disc computer storage media
  • Autonomous cars
  • Computer storage media
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Rotating disc computer storage media, Computer storage media, DVD, Solid-state computer storage media, Computer storage devices


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Related Topics

Rotating disc computer storage media, Computer storage media, DVD, Solid-state computer storage media, Computer storage devices



Latest Apollo News

Nasa reveals new spacesuit for Artemis moon landing

Mar 16, 2023

Outfits for planned lunar expedition more streamlined and flexible than Apollo suits, and a better fit for women Reuters Wed 15 Mar 2023 21.34 EDT The big, puffy white moonsuits worn by Neil Armstrong and his fellow Apollo astronauts a half-century ago are out of fashion. Lunar haute couture now calls for something more form-fitting and comfortable for men and women. Nasa on Wednesday unveiled the first prototype for a newly designed next-generation spacesuit specially tailored and accessorised for the first astronauts expected to venture back to the moon’s surface in the next few years. The latest in moon-wear was displayed at the Johnson Space Center in Houston during an event hosted for the media and students by Axiom Space, the Texas-based company contracted by Nasa to build suits for Artemis, successor to the Apollo moon program. The Artemis 1 mission , the inaugural launch of Nasa’s powerful next-generation rocket and its newly built Orion spacecraft on an uncrewed test flight around the moon and back, was successfully completed in December. Nasa and the Canadian Space Agency plan to announce the four astronauts chosen to fly as early as next year on Artemis 2, another out-and-back mission. That flight, if successful, will pave the way for a planned Artemis 3 astronaut expedition to the lunar surface - the first ever to the moon’s south pole - later in the decade. It will be the first ever to send a woman to walk on the moon. Nasa promises that subsequent Artemis missions will include the first person of colour on the moon. The program, named for Apollo’s twin sister from Greek mythology, is aimed ultimately at establishing a sustainable lunar base as a stepping stone to future human exploration of Mars. Nasa chief Bill Nelson said the new spacesuits “will open opportunities for more people to explore and conduct science on the moon then ever before.” All 12 Nasa astronauts who landed on the moon during a total of six Apollo missions from 1969 to 1972 were white men. The outfits worn to the moon by Artemis astronauts will look very different from the bulky spacesuits of yore. The Artemis 3 spacesuit prototype, made my US company Axiom Space. Photograph: Axiom Space Handout/EPA Branded by Axiom as the “Axiom Extravehicular Mobility Unit,” or AxEMU for short, the new suits are more streamlined and flexible than the old Apollo suits, with greater range of motion and variability in size and fit. They are designed to fit a broad range of potential wearers, accommodating at least 90% of the US male and female population, Nasa said. They also will incorporate advances in life-support systems, pressure garments and avionics. The precise look of the suits, however, remained a closely guarded trade secret. Those on display came with an outer layer that was charcoal gray with dashes of orange and blue and Axiom’s logo on the chest – intended to obscure Axiom’s proprietary outer fabric design. The company said the suits to be worn on the lunar south pole by astronauts will be white because that is the best colour to reflect the harsh sunlight on the moon’s surface and protect the wearer from extreme heat. Topics

Apollo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Apollo founded?

    Apollo was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Apollo's headquarters?

    Apollo's headquarters is located at 535 Mission Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Apollo's latest funding round?

    Apollo's latest funding round is Series C.

  • How much did Apollo raise?

    Apollo raised a total of $151.32M.

  • Who are the investors of Apollo?

    Investors of Apollo include Nexus Venture Partners, NewView Capital, Tribe Capital, Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator and 6 more.

  • Who are Apollo's competitors?

    Competitors of Apollo include RevenueBase,, Cognism, Lusha, UserGems and 10 more.

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