Epic! Kids Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Epic! Kids's estimated annual revenue is currently $27.8M per year.
- Epic! Kids received $30.0M in venture funding in January 2019.
- Epic! Kids's estimated revenue per employee is $150,500
- Epic! Kids's total funding is $52M.
- Epic! Kids's current valuation is $32B. (April 2022)
- Epic! Kids has 185 Employees.
- Epic! Kids grew their employee count by 17% last year.
Epic! Kids Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Epic! Kids?
Epic! (www.getepic.com) is a leading digital media brand for kids, bringing unlimited reading and learning to more than 5 million children in homes and in schools. Used in 87% of U.S. elementary schools, Epic!'s award-winning subscription-based platform encourages kids to explore their interests and learn in a fun, safe, kid-friendly environment. Partnerships with 250 leading publishers such as HarperCollins, Macmillan, National Geographic Kids and Smithsonian bring an unparalleled selection of 25,000 high-quality books and videos to kids in the U.S. and around the world. Epic! is a rapidly-growing, venture-backed startup located in beautiful Redwood City, with great restaurants and gourmet coffee shops nearby. Parking is easy, and our office is only a short walk from Caltrain. We're a small but mighty team; all passionate about what we're building. Our team includes alums from YouTube, Google, Disney, Crowdstar, Kiwi Crate, Goldman Sachs, Random House and Amazon. We have the support of top-tier investors and veterans of the children's publishing industry; and have been featured in the press by Forbes, Parenting, Techcrunch, USA Today, The TODAY Show, Good Morning America and Publishers Weekly.keywords:Gaming,Media,Mobile
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Epic! Kids News
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Byju’s said on Wednesday it has acquired California-headquartered reading platform Epic for $500 million, the latest in a series of moves from India’s most valuable startup as it deepens its footprint in the U.S. market. The deal involves both cash and stock, and Epic founders Kevin Donahue and ...
Byju’s is eying the acquisition of a startup that could help the biggest e-learning Indian firm deepen its footprint in the U.S. The Indian startup is in talks to acquire online reading platform Epic, a startup that offers unlimited access to over 40,000 books, videos and quizzes from more than ...
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Epic! Kids Funding