Airtable, a San Francisco, CA-based platform that enables anyone to build custom apps to support their businesses, raised $52 million in Series B funding.
The round was led by existing investors CRV and Caffeinated Capital, with participation from Freestyle Capital and Slow Ventures.
The funding will be used to expand the company’s platform offering in the coming months and open new offices across the U.S.
Led by Howie Liu, co-founder and CEO, Airtable empowers creators and creatives to build their own useful software fom collaborative editorial planning, to managing global marketing campaigns, to powering the entire back office of an organization.
The company, which has raised $62.6 million in funding to date, also announced the launch of Airtable Blocks, a major expansion of its platform. Now, people with no coding background can build their own workflows utilizing the latest advances in SMS, AI, and VR, by choosing from a growing palette of mix-and-matchable “Blocks.”
A broad range of customers currently use Airtable, from nonprofits and small businesses to over 30,000 companies (including Airbnb, Penguin Random House, and Condé Nast Entertainment, to name a few).