DataCamp Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- DataCamp's estimated revenue is currently $33.5M per year.
- DataCamp received $25.0M in venture funding in December 2018.
- DataCamp's estimated revenue per employee is $154355
- DataCamp's total funding is $33.2M.
- DataCamp has 217 Employees.
- DataCamp grew their employee count by 36% last year.
- DataCamp currently has 8 job openings.
|Brooks Crichlow||Vice President, Marketing|
|Weston Stearns||VP of Growth|
|Adam Kuznia||Chief Customer Officer|
|Mari Nazary||VP of Content|
|David Robinson||Chief Data Scientist|
|Juliane Horton||Chief People Officer|
|Robert Cabral||Director of Customer Support|
|Robert Daniel||Chief Sales Officer|
|Samuel Hedberg||VP of Sales Development|
What Is DataCamp?
DataCamp is an interactive learning platform for data science. Learn R, Python, SQL & Spark from the comfort of your browser with over 100+ courses featuring high-quality video, in-browser coding, and gamification. Courses are taught by experts and range from importing data, data visualization, machine learning, deep learning & more. Looking to train your employees with crucial data science skills DataCamp for Business is the most scalable, cost effective way for managers to train and educate their analytics and data science teams. Business accounts include group features which allow managers to set assignments based on specific learning goals, monitor progress, and evaluate performance - all in a company dedicated dashboard. Hundreds of companies leverage DataCamp for training new hires, transitioning from commercial to open source software, and for continuous education including clients such as eBay, BCI, Harvard, and GfK. Millions of individuals use DataCamp to become data savvy. Join them for free: www.DataCamp.comkeywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|PVI, PeerView I...||$9.4M||61||5%|
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