The no-code and low-code space is heating up. More companies are using no-code tools to help employees create internal tools and MVPs. At the same time, aspiring founders without a technical background no longer need to rely on developers to bring their ideas to life.
I'm excited about this and have started to track which no-code startups have received funding, and where possible, their current valuations.
I will keep this list up to date and keep adding companies along the way. The statistics below only include information from the latest funding round.
Last updated July 2022
- Adalo - Series A - $8 million (May 2021) Source
- Airtable - Series F - $735 million at $11 billion valuation (Dec 2021) Source
- Bardeen - Series A - $15.3 million (June 2022) Source
- Bubble - Series A - $100 million (July 2021) Source
- Bryter - Series B - $66 million (April 2021) Source
- Coda - Series D - $100 million at $1.4 billion valuation (July 2021) Source
- Retool - Series C $20 million at $1.85 billion valuation (Dec 2021) Source
- Rows - Series B - $16 million (Feb 2021) Source
- Stacker - Series A - $20 million (April 2021) Source
- Softr - Series A - $13.5 million (January 2022) Source
- Landbot - Series A - $8 million (January 2021) Source
- Notion - Series C - $275 million at $10 billion valuation (Oct 2021) Source
- n8n - Series A - $12 million (April 2021) Source
- Obviously.ai - Seed - $4.7 million (July 2021) Source
- Webflow - Series C - $120 million at $4 billion valuation (Mar 2022) Source
If you're into building with no-code and want to find the best community to join, check out the On Deck No-Code Fellowship.