Online photo editor Canva has a valuation of $ 15 billion – its founders became billionaires according to Forbes Articles from the editorial board

The publication estimated the share of each of the two founders at $ 2 billion.

  • Australian service Canva has raised $ 71 million in a new round of funding from T. Rowe Price and Dragoneer at an estimate of $ 15 billion, writes American Forbes. Blackbird Ventures and Skip Capital also joined the round.
  • According to Forbes, founders Melanie Perkins and Cliff Obrecht each owned about 15% of Canva shares, after the investment the dilution of shares was minimal. At a valuation of the entire companies at $ 15 billion, each would own a stake worth about $ 2 billion.
  • At the same time, Canva announced that it remains profitable, the company’s revenue for the year grew by 130% and reached $ 500 million. The service plans to invest the funds received in product development and staff growth.
  • The service now has 55 million registered users, says Canva third founder Cameron Adams (whose share is unknown). According to the service, 85% of the 500 largest companies in the United States in terms of revenue use Canva in one way or another, including American Airlines, Kimberly-Clark, McKinsey and Salesforce.
  • Canva allows users without special skills to edit photos and create graphic illustrations. In 2019, Canva raised $ 85 million from the Mary Meeker Foundation and other investors, with a valuation of $ 3.2 billion.In total, according to Crunchbase, since its inception in 2012, the service has raised $ 301 million.

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