World View Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding

Overview

Location:
Tucson, AZ USA
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Aviation
Founded:N/A
Lead Investor(s):N/A
Press

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • World View's estimated revenue is currently $16M per year.
  • World View received $26.5M in venture funding in March 2018.
  • World View's estimated revenue per employee is $202405

Employee Data

  • World View has 79 Employees.
  • World View grew their employee count by 18% last year.
  • World View currently has 1 job openings.

Executive Contacts

NameTitle
Matteo GennaSenior Vice President Of Engineering and Manufacturing
Alan SternChief Scientist
Elizabeth KrystDirector, Program Management
Travis PalmerCivil Business Development Director
Sebastian PadillaChief Engineer
Brian SelvyDirector of Systems Engineering
Mark McKearnSenior Director of Stratollite Applications
Ron GaranSVP Mission Operations/Chief Pilot
Andrew AntonioDirector, Commercial Business Development
Justin LangloisVP of Advanced Applications

What Is World View?

World View is the leading stratospheric technology company in the world. We deliver valuable insight to enterprises, agencies, and individuals via two primary business segments: Stratollite un-crewed flight systems and Voyager human spaceflight systems. The Stratollite is an unprecedented un-crewed stratospheric vehicle that delivers payloads to the near-space environment with revolutionary control capabilities. The vehicle provides navigational steering over large distances and persistent flight over specified areas of interest for days, weeks, and months on end, all at a fraction of the cost of comparable technologies like geo-stationary satellites, LEO satellites, and high-altitude drones. Stratollites are already in operation today, with applications spanning remote sensing, communications, weather, and research. The Voyager human spaceflight experience is under development and will launch in the near future, offering private citizens a comfortable, safe, and perspective-changing voyage to the edge of space via high-altitude balloon. Led by former Biospherians Jane Poynter and Taber MacCallum, NASA Shuttle Commander Mark Kelly, NASA astronaut Ron Garan, and former NASA Chief of Space & Earth Science Programs Dr. Alan Stern, World View is leveraging the technical expertise of some of the world's leading experts in space technology. To learn more about World View, visit www.WorldView.space, or email us at info@worldview.space.

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79

Number of Employees

$16M

Revenue (est)

1

Current Jobs

18%

Employee Growth %

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Total Funding

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Accelerator

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World View News

06/17/2018 - World Cup results and highlights: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland [video]

Brazil's bid for a sixth World Cup got off to a slow start as Switzerland withstood an early onslaught to snatch a 1-1 draw in Rostov-on-Don on ...

07/12/2018 - Emmy Nominations: 'Game Of Thrones' Tops Noms, With ...

UPDATED with complete list of nominees: The 70th annual Emmy Awards nominations were announced this morning at the TV Academy's ...

06/08/2010 - Welker not getting caught up

FOXBOROUGH — It might have been surprising to see Wes Welker on the field last week doing drills just four months after ACL surgery, but ...

World View Funding

DateAmountRoundLead InvestorsReference
2016-04-29$15.0MBCanaan PartnersArticle
2018-03-30$26.5MUndisclosedAccelArticle

World View Executive Hires

DateNameTitleReference
2013-12-10Mark KellyDir Flight Crew OperationsArticle
2018-03-30Tom Ingersollexecutive chairmanArticle
2019-03-01Jane PoynterCo-founder & Strategic AdvisorArticle

World View Staff Cuts

DateNumber of EmployeesLocationReference
2019-02-1810Article