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Overview

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Total Funding:$296.3M
Industry:Consumer
Founded:2013
Lead Investor(s):N/A
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Clutter's estimated annual revenue is currently $75.8M per year.
  • Clutter received $200.0M in venture funding in February 2019.
  • Clutter's estimated revenue per employee is $251,000
  • Clutter's total funding is $296.3M.

Employee Data

  • Clutter has 302 Employees.
  • Clutter grew their employee count by 20% last year.
  • Clutter currently has 3 job openings.
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Clutter is an on-demand, physical storage and moving, technology company based in Los Angeles that is disrupting the $50B/year self-storage and moving industries. We've built an end-to-end logistics and supply chain platform, enabling us to offer consumers a much more convenient solution at price parity with the incumbents. We've raised $100M from a number of VCs, including Sequoia Capital, Atomico and GV, formerly Google Ventures. We have 500 team members and tens of thousands of customers in 7 major markets across the US with plans to be in 50+ markets, domestically and internationally, within the next 5 years! Our mission is to consistently provide hassle-free and affordable service by investing in exceptional people, smart technology and pristine spaces.. Clutter lets you store extra stuff without actually leaving your house. No more getting stuck in traffic just to put away your camping gear, or completely unpacking a storage unit in order to locate a box of family photos. With Clutter, all your stored items are ready to view online, and getting them out of storage is as easy as ordering a pizza. We do all this happily, because we believe a 5-star experience should be the norm, and that service companies should actually be of service to their customers. We're fortunate to be providing a consumer value proposition that people love and one that makes economic sense - a true product/market fit that few startups ever find. To deliver on our promise to consumers, team members and investors, we're focused on hiring, training and retaining exceptional individuals.

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302

Number of Employees

$75.8M

Revenue (est)

3

Current Jobs

20%

Employee Growth %

$296.3M

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Executive Contacts

NameTitleEmail
Deergha SahniDirector Of Engineering, Pricing And Optimization
Anna SiradzeGrowth & Partnerships, Business Development
Naoise FarrellDirector of Finance, FP&A
Nicholas ValdesAccount Manager
Elliot AlyeshmerniDirector, BizOps and BI
Brian SchmidtDirector of CRM & Retention
Grant HardyLogistics/Supply Chain Manager | Veteran
Denise SchenasiCommunications Manager
Dean SinghVice President Of Engineering
Nathan BlakeField Operations Manager

Clutter News

09/03/2019 - Neon’s Elissa Federoff Cuts Through Clutter With Specialty Pic Buzz

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09/08/2019 - Digital clutter and the never-ending quest to hit ‘inbox zero’

An overflowing email inbox can mean many things — a badge of pride for how long you can ignore unread spam, signs that you order too many ...

09/03/2019 - How to Cut Clutter and Tackle the Task of Downsizing

When Kahla Fortin found herself moving from a 2,300 square-foot home in Alpine to an 800 square-foot apartment in La Mesa, she was faced ...

Clutter Funding

DateAmountRoundLead InvestorsReference
2016-04-11$20.0MBSequoia CapitalArticle
2019-02-21$200.0MDSoftBank Vision FundArticle