TrainingPeaks Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Revenue & Financials
- TrainingPeaks's revenue is currently $14.5M per year.
- TrainingPeaks's revenue per employee is $207000
- TrainingPeaks has 70 Employees.
- TrainingPeaks grew their employee count by 9% last year.
- TrainingPeaks currently has 11 job openings.
What Is TrainingPeaks?
TrainingPeaks creates endurance training apps and solutions that help athletes and coaches prepare the right way to reach their goals. Products include TrainingPeaks web and mobile apps for iOS and Android to help athletes commit to a clear goal, structure their training so they can workout smarter, and monitor their progress as they work towards their event goals. Additional TrainingPeaks products include WKO4 desktop software for cutting-edge scientific analysis and planning, and Best Bike Split's predictive performance tools. TrainingPeaks solutions are used by Tour de France teams, IRONMAN® World Champions, Olympians, and age-group athletes and coaches around the world. Our Culture We're athletes and coaches ourselves, and we are absolutely passionate about helping motivated athletes to achieve their event goals. We are our own customers - we use TrainingPeaks in our own training and racing every day. Walking around the office, you'll hear conversations about last weekend's races, see signed jerseys from some of the world's best athletes, and glimpse a lot of shaved legs. Our lunchtime rides and runs make training fun, and maybe just a little bit competitive - but if you're like us, the two are one and the same.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|London Trust Me...||$3.3M||37||-7%|
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