Convoy Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Convoy's estimated annual revenue is currently $268.6M per year.
- Convoy received $185.0M in venture funding in September 2018.
- Convoy's estimated revenue per employee is $306,658
- Convoy's total funding is $265.5M.
- Convoy has 876 Employees.
- Convoy grew their employee count by 114% last year.
- Convoy currently has 118 job openings.
|Brooks McMahon||Vice President, Partnerships & Strategy|
|Jessica Gasperini||Director, Recruiting|
|Nathan J. Cowan||Director of Sales|
|Brad Mackler||Director Business Development|
|Lindsay Duffy||Account Director, Enterprise|
|Stephen Brownell||Director Of Analytics|
|Nicole Janci||Senior Director, Head of Supply|
|Janelle Stewart||Sr Director, Enterprise|
|Himani Jain||Director of Product Management|
|Jonathan Spiva||Director of IT|
What Is Convoy?
Convoy is reinventing the supply chain with technology-backed full service trucking. Convoy offers guaranteed capacity and innovative real-time GPS tracking via our connected carrier network. To register as a shipper or sign up to drive with Convoy, visit http://convoy.com. Interested in working on an $800B problem Check out our jobs page here: http://jobs.convoy.com/keywords:B2B
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Gulick Freight ...||$23.6M||77||13%||N/A|
|Red Dot Corpora...||$44M||143||7%||N/A|
|Olympic Moving ...||$11.2M||36||3%||N/A|
|CERT Training R...||$13.1M||43||5%||N/A|
|Wabtec Control ...||$37.1M||121||11%||N/A|
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