WeTransfer Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • WeTransfer's estimated annual revenue is currently $77.7M per year.(i)
  • WeTransfer's estimated revenue per employee is $193,312
  • WeTransfer's total funding is $63.8M.
  • WeTransfer's pricing is $144 per year.
  • WeTransfer's current valuation is $714M. (January 2022)

Employee Data

  • WeTransfer has 402 Employees.(i)
  • WeTransfer grew their employee count by 11% last year.
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WeTransfer is the simplest way to send your files around the world. 40 million users send more than one billion files every month via the platform. Founded in 2009, our team is based in the Netherlands and the US.



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WeTransfer News

2022-04-20 - IONOS takes on WeTransfer and Dropbox with new file ...

Like its competitors, Dropbox and WeTransfer, HiDrive Share by IONOS offers users the ability to transfer files as large as 2GB for free.

2022-04-19 - WeTransfer down or not working, issue acknowledged but no ...

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2022-04-13 - How WeTransfer Elevates Creativity, Community & The Impact Of Good Ideas

Meaning WeTransfer is a kind of digital courier whizzing material with immense velocity and literally no size limitations—and no helmet required...

2020-04-15 - WeTransfer secures $25m to fund global growth

Worldwide file-transfer service WeTransfer has raised $25m in a Series A round of funding led by Highland Capital Partners Europe (HCPE), which has taken a minority share in the business. Launched in 2009 by Bas Beerens and Nalden from a desire to create a large file sharing service “their pare ...

2019-08-26 - WeTransfer Raises €35M in Series B Funding

WeTransfer, an Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based file sharing service company, raised €35m in Series B funding. The round was led by HPE Growth, with participation from existing investors Highland Europe. Some existing stakeholders’ shares were sold. Jonne de Leeuw, of HPE, will replace co-foun ...

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