Rubicon Global Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Rubicon Global's estimated annual revenue is currently $89.3M per year.
- Rubicon Global received $65.0M in venture funding in May 2018.
- Rubicon Global's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000
- Rubicon Global's total funding is $222.7M.
- Rubicon Global has 616 Employees.
- Rubicon Global grew their employee count by 20% last year.
- Rubicon Global currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Rubicon Global?
At Rubicon, we believe in a future without waste. Founded in 2008, we are now the worldâ€™s leading provider of sustainable waste and recycling solutions. With our innovative, flexible technology, we are changing the rules in an antiquated industry. Backed by a thoughtful consortium of investors and our growing team of passionate, talented people, we are driving innovation in the $65 billion waste and recycling industry. Our cloud-based platform empowers customers, independent haulers and progressive recyclers to divert materials from landfills, reduce unnecessary waste transportation costs and save both environmental and economic resources. As a certified B Corporation, Rubicon joins companies like Method Products, Patagonia and Ben & Jerryâ€™s, who believe that business is the most powerful way to create change. We provide customized services to market-leading customers in many industries including retail, health care, education, private equity, distribution, property management, construction, food service and hospitality. In addition to developing and deploying its scalable technology platform, Rubicon has built an experienced management and advisory team to prepare the company for exponential growth. Nate Morris, the companyâ€™s co-founder and CEO, has been named to Fortune Magazineâ€™s 40 Under 40, and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Rubiconâ€™s notable investors and advisors include Marc Benioff, Barry Sternlicht, Andy Jassy, Oscar Salazar (Uberâ€™s founding CTO), David Plouffe (Uberâ€™s SVP for Strategy and Policy), and Brent Callinicos (Uberâ€™s latest CFO).keywords:N/A