KeyMe Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- KeyMe's estimated annual revenue is currently $27.6M per year.
- KeyMe's estimated revenue per employee is $251,000
- KeyMe has 110 Employees.
- KeyMe grew their employee count by 15% last year.
- KeyMe currently has 6 job openings.
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Concept One Acc...||$19.8M||79||N/A||N/A|
|Jacmel Jewelry ...||$21.3M||85||N/A||N/A|
|The Hershey Com...||N/A||5760||N/A||N/A|
What Is KeyMe?
KeyMe is a New York City-based startup that is revolutionizing the way people manage their keys. The KeyMe platform is a smart, convenient and secure way to copy keys and solve lockouts. We accomplish this using a combination of physical kiosks in leading retailers and mobile apps, which digitally scan your key and save it to the cloud. Once scanned, you can easily share your key with friends and family via email, and even personalize your key with your favorite sports team or one of our custom designs. If you ever get locked out, simply go to a kiosk and print off a copy using your fingerprint - or go to your local locksmith and have them cut a new key from scratch using instructions provided in the app. In the job market? We are always on the lookout for new talent. We are tackling interesting and challenging problems, and having a great time doing it! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Greg Marsh||Founder & Ceo||Email Available|
|Jun Okada||Manager, Account Management|
|Jessica Greenberg||Product Manager|
|Jim Bishop||Vp, Platform Engineering|
|Scott Hraska||Director Of Operations|
|Jimmy Abbott||Cfo||Email Available|
|Sophie Jerchower||Customer Service Manager|
|Maxwell Harrington||Operations Manager|
|Michael Tomlinson||Vice President Of Business Development||Email Available|
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