Netlify announced that it has raised $53 million in Series C funding to accelerate the development and adoption of its web development platform.
Netlify‘s Series C funding round was led by the EQT Ventures Fund with participation from existing investors Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins, as well as Preston-Werner Ventures. Netlify’s past investors include the founders of Figma, GitHub, Heroku, Slack, and Yelp, with a total of $97 million to date.
800,000 developers and businesses
Netlify announced that after the funding, Netlify will accelerate the development and adoption of its web development platform based on Git workflows and the modern JAMstack web architecture it pioneered. Netlify’s web development platform is embraced by 800,000 developers and businesses to empower their development teams to build, deploy and iterate websites at a much faster pace than with traditional tools and architectures. Mathias Biilmann, co-founder and CEO of Netlify said,
“We started Netlify with the mission to empower developers and change the way the web is built. The growing number of developers signing onto Netlify daily and the latest investment in our business has validated that vision. With this funding we’re full-speed ahead delivering new features, investing in our enterprise-grade infrastructure and growing our team, to help more developers and businesses take advantage of the JAMstack.”
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