50 Companies That Use Asana [2024]

Updated: May 21st, 2022

Asana is a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work.

We put together a list of the biggest companies that use Asana, along with some Asana testimonials and Asana case studies.

Here's the list:

1. Cash Overflow

Cash Overflow is a finance blog started by Pardeep Goyal in 2015. Cash Overflow uses Asana for their business.

Asana Testimonial

Asana helps me manage multiple projects with ease.

Pardeep Goyal, on starting Cash Overflow ($10,000/month)   full story ➜

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Chandigarh, India

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How I Started A $10K/Month Blog About Banking & Investment Products

CashOverflow.com founder Pardeep Goyal grew his online business to $10,000 per month with a focus on affiliate marketing, having earned $65,000 from affiliates of credit cards in India in 2018, with his blog evolving into a product comparison engine for banking products.

About
Pardeep started Cash Overflow about 9 years ago
Revenue
Pardeep grew the business to $10K/month
Read by 10,412 founders

2. Cartology

Cartology is a marketing agency started by Michael Maher in 2016. Cartology uses Asana for their business.

Asana Testimonial

This task management tool has helped us to create templates for our service offerings and better organize our projects. I’m a huge fan of the UI.

Michael Maher, on starting Cartology ($43,000/month)   full story ➜

Revenue
$43K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

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How I Started A $25K/Month Amazon Service Agency

A service agency that helps brands grow their business on Amazon saw a 300% YoY growth, averaging $25k a month in revenue and profits of approx. 30-40%, after restructuring pricing and realizing that their service was more valuable than they gave it credit.

About
Michael started Cartology over 7 years ago
Revenue
Michael grew the business to $43K/month
Read by 8,327 founders

3. Bento&co

Bento&co is a bento box shop started by Thomas Bertrand in 2008. Bento&co uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$167K / month
Team
1 founders / 14 employees
Location
Kyoto, Japan

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Starting an E-commerce Store in Japan and Growing to $167,000/month

Successful online store owner Thomas Bertrand shares how he started Bento&Co, which sells Japanese lunch boxes and other kitchenware to 100 countries, and how he is using his expertise to manage shipments with Ship&Co, a SaaS he launched in 2016.

About
Thomas started Bento&co over 15 years ago
Revenue
Thomas grew the business to $167K/month
Read by 9,895 founders

4. TomboyX

TomboyX is a men's underwear brand started by Fran Dunaway in 2013. TomboyX uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
2 founders / 34 employees
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA

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How A Gender Neutral Garment Became A $500K/Month Business

TomboyX, a gender-neutral clothing company, has consistently increased its revenue over 100% each year and expanded from zero employees to 15 in just two years by focusing on quality underwear and listening to customer feedback.

About
Fran started TomboyX about 11 years ago
Revenue
Fran grew the business to $2M/month
Costs
It cost Fran $40000 to start the business
Read by 10,754 founders

5. Think Crucial

Think Crucial is an appliance repair business started by Chad Rubin in 2008. Think Crucial uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA

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Starting A Vacuum Business and Growing to $100k/month

Chad Rubin, founder of Think Crucial and CEO of Skubana, shares his experience in building and scaling his e-commerce business from scratch using scrappy tactics and integrated e-commerce management software.

About
Chad started Think Crucial over 16 years ago
Revenue
Chad grew the business to $100K/month
Read by 7,093 founders

6. Starter Story

Starter Story is a niche blog started by Pat Walls in 2017. Starter Story uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$250K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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How I Turned A Crappy Idea Into A $3M/Year Business

Starter Story grew to 1.4 million monthly visitors and millions in annual revenue by sharing the stories of entrepreneurs. Pat breaks down the early days and how he grew the business into something that changed his life.

About
Pat started Starter Story over 6 years ago
Revenue
Pat grew the business to $250K/month
Costs
It cost Pat $100 to start the business
Read by 59,360 founders

7. 24/7 Golf

24/7 Golf is a golf simulators business started by Igor Vainshtien in 2016. 24/7 Golf uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$500K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Melbourne VIC, Australia

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How I Built A $500K/Month Golf Simulator Business

Australian startup founder Igor built a virtual golf empire selling affordable golf simulators for personal and commercial use, leading to the growth of his e-commerce platform and establishment of an event hire business, all through the power of online networking.

About
Igor started 24/7 Golf almost 8 years ago
Revenue
Igor grew the business to $500K/month
Read by 14,033 founders

8. Social Reach

Social Reach is a social media marketing service started by Stephen Wright in 2018. Social Reach uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$6.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
England, United Kingdom

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Launching a Mini Dirt Bike Shop and Growing To £6,000/Month

Micro Bikes UK is a successful e-commerce store specializing in kids quad bikes and dirt bikes with petrol engines, currently on track to hit six-figures in revenue with strong branding and a solid after-sales service.

About
Stephen started Social Reach almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Stephen grew the business to $6.5K/month
Read by 8,192 founders

9. Alitura Naturals

Alitura Naturals is a skin care product line started by Andy Hnilo in 2014. Alitura Naturals uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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Near Fatal Car Crash to $150k/month Selling Skincare Products

Andy Hnilo, founder of Alitura Naturals, shares how his life-changing accident led to the creation of a successful all-natural skincare line with over 1000 reviews at an average 4.9/5.0 rating, sold in 76 countries and counting.

About
Andy started Alitura Naturals almost 10 years ago
Revenue
Andy grew the business to $150K/month
Read by 11,478 founders

10. Spuds

Spuds is an athletic clothing line started by Paul Dickey in 2017. Spuds uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Raising $15,000 for a Cross-Functional Pair of Shorts

Spuds, a men's performance apparel company founded by Paul Dickey, successfully raised funds on Kickstarter in 2017 to create their unique Classic Short range, made with a fabric that combines style and comfort but is also packed with technology and high-performance features, and hopes to fill the gap in the market for men's activewear that looks good but also performs well.

About
Paul started Spuds almost 7 years ago
Revenue
Paul grew the business to $15K/month
Read by 6,528 founders

11. Encircled

Encircled is a women's clothing line started by Kristi Soomer in 2012. Encircled uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
1 founders / 10 employees
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Embracing A Minimalist Wardrobe And Building A Business Around It

Encircled is a sustainable fashion brand that has achieved over 300% growth in the past two years through a direct-to-consumer eCommerce model and a focus on versatile, responsibly-made, and timeless designs, with a marketing strategy that emphasizes content and email.

About
Kristi started Encircled over 11 years ago
Revenue
Kristi grew the business to $200K/month
Read by 5,157 founders

12. Xero Shoes

Xero Shoes is a shoe brand started by Steven Sashen in 2009. Xero Shoes uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$4M / month
Team
2 founders / 67 employees
Location
Broomfield, Colorado, USA

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Xero Shoes: Growing A Shoe Brand to $460K/month

Xero Shoes, co-founded by Steven Sashen, is a minimalist shoe company that has grown at a rate of 80-102% per year since 2014, with 2017 sales of $5.53M, and has been repeatedly listed as one of INC. 5000’s fastest-growing companies, and has a projected $15M in sales for 2019.

About
Steven started Xero Shoes over 14 years ago
Revenue
Steven grew the business to $4M/month
Read by 15,098 founders

13. QALO

QALO is a jewelry making business started by KC Holiday in 2013. QALO uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
2 founders / 45 employees
Location
Santa Ana, California, USA

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How KC Holiday Built QALO, A $100MM Silicone Ring Business

QALO co-founders transformed the jewelry industry with their innovative focus on product evolution, resulting in over 2 million community members and more than $100M in revenue since 2013.

About
KC started QALO about 11 years ago
Revenue
KC grew the business to $2M/month
Read by 28,480 founders

14. Tortuga

Tortuga is a backpack line started by Fred Perrotta in 2010. Tortuga uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
2 founders / 9 employees
Location
Remote

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How We Started A $300K/Month Business Selling Carry On Travel Backpacks

How Tortuga bootstrapped their way to seven figures in revenue, by solving a problem for travelers with their carry-on sized travel backpacks, after overcoming challenges in design, manufacturing, and advertising.

About
Fred started Tortuga about 14 years ago
Revenue
Fred grew the business to $300K/month
Read by 12,249 founders

15. GhostBed by Nature's Sleep

GhostBed by Nature's Sleep is a bedding company started by Marc Werner in 2001. GhostBed by Nature's Sleep uses Asana for their business.

Team
2 founders / 100 employees

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16. Igloohome

Igloohome is an IoT startup started by Anthony Chow in 2017. Igloohome uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$400K / month
Team
3 founders / 35 employees
Location
Singapore, Singapore

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Designing Smart Locks For Airbnbs And Growing To $5M/Year

Igloohome, the partner of Airbnb, creates smart locks and lockboxes that enable property owners to grant access to their properties remotely, via a mobile app in over 80 countries to great reviews.

About
Anthony started Igloohome almost 7 years ago
Revenue
Anthony grew the business to $400K/month
Read by 6,363 founders

17. The Longhairs

The Longhairs is a hair product line started by Chris Healy in 2014. The Longhairs uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
San Diego, California, USA

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How The Longhairs Grew To $30K Per Month Selling Hair Ties For Men

The Longhairs started their business in 2014 with no following and over four years they’ve grown their audience to 60K monthly website visitors, 20K email subscribers, and 28K YouTube subscribers, with monthly revenue of $30K by creating original, quality content, building their community, driving email optins and converting subscribers into customers.

About
Chris started The Longhairs over 9 years ago
Revenue
Chris grew the business to $100K/month
Costs
It cost Chris $10000 to start the business
Read by 17,670 founders

18. Peaceful Fruits

Peaceful Fruits is a food startup started by Evan Delahanty in 2014. Peaceful Fruits uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
4 founders / 4 employees
Location
Akron, Ohio, USA

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Peaceful Fruits: Growing A Fruit Snack Business For A Good Cause

Peaceful Fruits, an award-winning for-profit social enterprise, sells organic, clean label, natural fruit snacks and has gone from $8,000 in sales in 2015 to $150,000 in 2017, employing 30 people with disabilities in their production facility and is an excellent example of a successful, mission-based business.

About
Evan started Peaceful Fruits about 10 years ago
Revenue
Evan grew the business to $15K/month
Read by 7,905 founders

19. Outlaw

Outlaw is a soap business started by Danielle Vincent in 2013. Outlaw uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$380K / month
Team
2 founders / 13 employees
Location
Sparks, NV, USA

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Leaving The Cubicle To Start A $23K/Month Soap Company

Outlaw Soaps, a soap company that started with just $13.72 of supplies, now makes an average of $23,000/month, with 46% of website orders from repeat customers who are loyal to the company's unique products and top-notch customer service.

About
Danielle started Outlaw about 11 years ago
Revenue
Danielle grew the business to $380K/month
Costs
It cost Danielle $200 to start the business
Read by 23,788 founders

20. Rwanda Bean Coffee

Rwanda Bean Coffee is a coffee roasting business started by Mike Mwenedata in 2014. Rwanda Bean Coffee uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$90K / month
Team
1 founders / 20 employees
Location
South Portland, Maine, USA

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How A Rwandan Immigrant Started A Coffee Roasting Business

Rwandan immigrant Mike Mwenedata co-founded Rwanda Bean Coffee Company, which increased revenue from under $3,000 per month to over $45k per month in less than one year, by sourcing and roasting single-origin coffee from Rwanda and investing 50% of the profits back into the farm communities.

About
Mike started Rwanda Bean Coffee over 10 years ago
Revenue
Mike grew the business to $90K/month
Read by 5,128 founders

21. Taylor & Hart

Taylor & Hart is a jewelry making business started by Nikolay Piriankov in 2013. Taylor & Hart uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$385K / month
Team
2 founders / 27 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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Starting And Growing A Jewelry Business To $4.6M/Year

Taylor & Hart CEO Nikolay Piriankov tells the story of the company's journey from a diamond trading business to an award-winning, disruptive e-tailer of custom-designed, ethical engagement rings and fine jewelry, offering a bespoke design service through specifically developed technology online and instore, and growing to £4-6M in annual revenue.

About
Nikolay started Taylor & Hart over 10 years ago
Revenue
Nikolay grew the business to $385K/month
Read by 19,559 founders

22. Letterbox4you

Letterbox4you is a packaging box making business started by Dominic Poznanski in 2012. Letterbox4you uses Asana for their business.

Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
England, United Kingdom

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23. The Party People

The Party People is a party supply store started by Dean Salakas in 1986. The Party People uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$400K / month
Team
2 founders / 40 employees
Location
Sydney NSW, Australia

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Starting A Party Store And Growing Into A Chain

The Party People, Australia's largest party store with a multimillion-dollar turnover, shares insights on how they've grown from a small clown hire business to an online and brick-and-mortar party supply retailer by focusing on customer service and innovating in marketing and technology.

About
Dean started The Party People over 38 years ago
Revenue
Dean grew the business to $400K/month
Costs
It cost Dean $500 to start the business
Read by 9,196 founders

24. Entrepreneurs on Fire

Entrepreneurs on Fire is a podcast started by John Lee Dumas in 2012. Entrepreneurs on Fire uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$202K / month
Team
1 founders / 4 employees
Location
Puerto Rico, USA

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How John Lee Dumas Grew A Podcast Into $2M/Year Business

John Lee Dumas grew his award-winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire, into a business offering online courses, coaching, and a mastermind program, generating nearly $4 million in revenue from his flagship product, Podcasters’ Paradise.

About
John started Entrepreneurs on Fire over 11 years ago
Revenue
John grew the business to $202K/month
Costs
It cost John $9000 to start the business
Read by 9,056 founders

25. Effortless Gent

Effortless Gent is a men's fashion blog started by Barron Cuadro in 2009. Effortless Gent uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$8.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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How A Developer Grew His Blog To 150,000 Visitors Per Month

Effortless Gent is a style publication that makes $8k/month from ad revenue, brand sponsorships, digital products, and styling consultations while teaching men how to build a Lean Wardrobe and managed to scaled back on brand partnerships to focus on selling their own products.

About
Barron started Effortless Gent over 14 years ago
Revenue
Barron grew the business to $8.5K/month
Read by 5,953 founders

26. Web Designer Academy

Web Designer Academy is a marketing coaching business started by Shannon Mattern in 2015. Web Designer Academy uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$42K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Columbus, Ohio, USA

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How I Started A $10K/Month Business Selling DIY Web Design And Marketing Courses

How Shannon Mattern built a DIY web design training business from scratch that now generates $10k/month in revenue through affiliate commissions and courses, without outside investment or debt.

About
Shannon started Web Designer Academy over 9 years ago
Revenue
Shannon grew the business to $42K/month
Costs
It cost Shannon $500 to start the business
Read by 20,273 founders

27. Scribit

Scribit is an IoT startup started by Scribit in 2018. Scribit uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$2.3M / month
Team
3 founders / 14 employees
Location
Turin, Piemont, Italy

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Creating One Of The Most Successful Kickstarter Campaigns In History

Italian start-up, Scribit, raises over $2.3 million on Indiegogo for their write and erase robot that draws digital content on any wall, with orders mainly from art, tech, and business enthusiasts, as well as the education sector, and plans to expand worldwide after delivering to initial backers.

About
Scribit started Scribit almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Scribit grew the business to $2.3M/month
Read by 6,883 founders

28. Entire Productions

Entire Productions is a virtual events business started by Natasha Miller in 2001. Entire Productions uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$108K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

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How Natasha Miller Started A $4M Event Management Company

Entire Productions is a fast-growing event and entertainment production company with an emphasis on experience design, primarily working with corporate clients including many Fortune 500 companies in the tech and pharma industries, boasting a growth of 148% and a goal of reaching $20M annual mark.

About
Natasha started Entire Productions over 23 years ago
Revenue
Natasha grew the business to $108K/month
Read by 7,999 founders

29. CRIK Nutrition

CRIK Nutrition is a supplements company started by Alex Drysdale in 2015. CRIK Nutrition uses Asana for their business.

Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Pennsylvania, USA

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30. Pawstruck

Pawstruck is a dog treat business started by Kyle Goguen in 2014. Pawstruck uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$1.75M / month
Team
1 founders / 25 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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How Kyle Goguen Started An Online Pet Supply Business

Pawstruck.com founder and CEO Kyle Goguen shares the story of how his all-natural, reasonably-priced pet supply e-commerce business became one of the fastest growing companies in the US, ranking #87 on the Inc 500 in 2018, and is projected to surpass 8 figures in revenue in 2019.

About
Kyle started Pawstruck over 10 years ago
Revenue
Kyle grew the business to $1.75M/month
Read by 9,476 founders

31. Badger Maps

Badger Maps is a city maps business started by Steven Benson in 2012. Badger Maps uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$417K / month
Team
3 founders / 42 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

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Badger Maps: Building A Sales Route Planning App To $3.3M ARR

Badger Maps founder and CEO Steve Benson created a complete field sales app to help sales teams save time by combining Google Maps, CRM data, route optimization, schedule planning, and lead generation, resulting in the company earning $3.3 million annually and employing 60 people.

About
Steven started Badger Maps over 12 years ago
Revenue
Steven grew the business to $417K/month
Read by 5,067 founders

32. ShipMonk

ShipMonk is a fulfillment business started by Jan Bednar in 2014. ShipMonk uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$25M / month
Team
1 founders / 2500 employees
Location
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

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How This Immigrant Entrepreneur Built A $60M/Year Fulfillment Business

ShipMonk, a technology-driven fulfillment center, went from $130K in revenue in 2014 to nearly $30M in 2018 and was named America's Fastest Growing Fulfillment Center, with projected revenue of $60M for 2019.

About
Jan started ShipMonk over 10 years ago
Revenue
Jan grew the business to $25M/month
Read by 16,851 founders

33. ByteStand

ByteStand is a shopify app developer started by Todd Trimakas in 2016. ByteStand uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$65K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

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How I Taught Myself How To Code And Built My Own Business

ByteStand, a software development company run by ecommerce experts, created Shopify apps, including FreshCredit and FBA Shipping, which generate approximately $17,000 per month in revenue, with over 2,000 shops using their software.

About
Todd started ByteStand over 8 years ago
Revenue
Todd grew the business to $65K/month
Costs
It cost Todd $50000 to start the business
Read by 16,949 founders

34. Counterweight Creative

Counterweight Creative is a podcast started by Jeremy Enns in 2016. Counterweight Creative uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$16K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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How I Started A Successful Podcast Production Company

A successful podcast production company that grew from one client making $15/hour to a team of 10 contractors producing over 30 shows per week with revenue of over $10k/mo, primarily through referrals and with a focus on providing high personal touch and being picky about working only with clients who are a good fit.

About
Jeremy started Counterweight Creative about 8 years ago
Revenue
Jeremy grew the business to $16K/month
Read by 17,889 founders

35. Big Flare

Big Flare is a PPC consulting agency started by Daryl Mander in 2014. Big Flare uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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How I Turned My Jobs on Upwork Into A Full Scale Marketing Agency

Big Flare is a location-independent PPC advertising agency that spends over $3M per year on Google Ads for their small to mid-sized e-commerce clients, with a team of five spread across five different countries and timezones, and plans to grow to a $10M+ company within 10 years.

About
Daryl started Big Flare over 10 years ago
Revenue
Daryl grew the business to $40K/month
Costs
It cost Daryl $500 to start the business
Read by 12,042 founders

36. Boldly

Boldly is a recruiting agency started by Sandra Lewis in 2012. Boldly uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$320K / month
Team
1 founders / 120 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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How Word Of Mouth Propelled Our Business To $4M/Year

Boldly, the subscription staffing company, has achieved $3 million in revenue through word-of-mouth referrals, and has grown to over 100 employees working across two continents, offering prized flex-time to military spouses, expats and experienced professionals focused on high quality remote work with corporations in a win-win environment.

About
Sandra started Boldly over 12 years ago
Revenue
Sandra grew the business to $320K/month
Read by 6,766 founders

37. GMass, Inc.

GMass, Inc. is an email marketing tool started by Ajay Goel in 2015. GMass, Inc. uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$450K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Dayton, Ohio, USA

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How I Launched A $200K/Month Gmail Mail Merge Tool

GMass, an email marketing platform that allows users to send cold emails and email marketing campaigns with Gmail, has attracted over 500,000 user signups, including major tech companies like Uber, LinkedIn, and Google, and now generates over $200K in monthly recurring revenue through a successful content marketing strategy and focused ad spend.

About
Ajay started GMass, Inc. over 8 years ago
Revenue
Ajay grew the business to $450K/month
Read by 11,506 founders

38. Populum

Populum is a CBD business started by Gunhee Park in 2016. Populum uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$220K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Tempe, Arizona, USA

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How I Started And Grew My CBD Oil Company To $3M ARR

CBD oil brand Populum grew from $650K to $1.4M in annual revenue in just one year, with monthly sales of $220K and an ARR of $3M, due to investing in high-quality, trustworthy hemp products and stellar customer service.

About
Gunhee started Populum over 7 years ago
Revenue
Gunhee grew the business to $220K/month
Read by 8,855 founders

39. Sprëtz

Sprëtz is a breath freshener business started by Tony Gauthier in 2015. Sprëtz uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$1.1K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Oakland, California, USA

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How I Created A Breath & Hand Freshening Spray And Got Featured On Shark Tank

Sprëtz is the world's first all-natural 2-in-1 freshening spray that instantly removes odors from breath and hands, currently serving customers in all 50 states and internationally, featured on ABC's Shark Tank and created by creator and co-owner Tony Gauthier.

About
Tony started Sprëtz almost 9 years ago
Revenue
Tony grew the business to $1.1K/month
Costs
It cost Tony $4500 to start the business
Read by 6,877 founders

40. Kosmos Innovation Centre

Kosmos Innovation Centre is a crowdfunding platform started by Howard Marks in 2013. Kosmos Innovation Centre uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$400K / month
Team
2 founders / 22 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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How We Built And Launched A $100M Equity Crowdfunding Platform

StartEngine has helped over 265 companies raise capital from a community of 190,000 users on their equity crowdfunding platform, and has raised almost $100M to date, offering equity, debt, convertible note, and other types of securities to investors.

About
Howard started Kosmos Innovation Centre over 11 years ago
Revenue
Howard grew the business to $400K/month
Read by 8,425 founders

41. Visme

Visme is a saas product developer business started by Payman Taei in 2013. Visme uses Asana for their business.

Team
1 founders / 35 employees
Location
Washington D.C., Washington, D.C., USA

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42. Crave It

Crave It is a food app started by Bomani Mintz in 2019. Crave It uses Asana for their business.

Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

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43. Wholesome Yum

Wholesome Yum is a blog started by Maya Krampf in 2015. Wholesome Yum uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$84K / month
Team
1 founders / 8 employees

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44. Matador

Matador is a travel products business started by Chris Clearman in 2014. Matador uses Asana for their business.

Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Boulder, Colorado, USA

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45. Digital Dream Labs

Digital Dream Labs is an educational technology product started by Jacob Hanchar in 2012. Digital Dream Labs uses Asana for their business.

Team
1 founders / 24 employees

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46. Kuli Kuli

Kuli Kuli is a moringa product business started by Lisa Curtis in 2014. Kuli Kuli uses Asana for their business.

Team
2 founders / 14 employees

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47. Rocket PPC

Rocket PPC is a PPC agency started by Gabriele Contilli in 2018. Rocket PPC uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
2 founders / 6 employees
Location
Emilia-Romagna, Italy

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How We Started A $30K/Month PPC Agency

Rocket PPC is a highly-talented and experienced Pay per Click agency based in Italy that was able to exceed their initial break-even point goal of 100k in the first 12 months, resulting in a double amount of expected revenue and a second year with a +50% in revenues that drove them into the 30k/monthly revenue range, with a focus on attracting big clients, expanding their team, and maintaining high quality.

About
Gabriele started Rocket PPC over 6 years ago
Revenue
Gabriele grew the business to $40K/month
Costs
It cost Gabriele $1000 to start the business
Read by 7,477 founders

48. Metricool

Metricool is a social media analytics business started by Juan Pablo Tejela in 2016. Metricool uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$750K / month
Team
2 founders / 55 employees
Location
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain

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Bootstrapping A $100K/Month Social Media Planner And Analytics Tool

Metricool, a SaaS social media management tool, built a business with a Freemium model, starting with just $50k in investment and now boasts over 5,000 clients, more than 400,000 users, and over $1 million of annual recurring revenue.

About
Juan started Metricool about 8 years ago
Revenue
Juan grew the business to $750K/month
Costs
It cost Juan $50000 to start the business
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49. Streamloots

Streamloots is a digital goods platform started by Alberto Martínez Guerrero in 2018. Streamloots uses Asana for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
4 founders / 22 employees
Location
Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain

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How We Started A $150K/Month Platform Where Streamers Can Monetize Their Audience

Streamloots is a marketplace where viewers can buy real-time interactions with live streamers, allowing content creators to monetize their audiences and earning over $1M in just the last quarter with a community of more than 12K active streamers.

About
Alberto started Streamloots over 6 years ago
Revenue
Alberto grew the business to $150K/month
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50. ReGrained

ReGrained is a food startup started by Daniel Kurzrock in 2012. ReGrained uses Asana for their business.

Team
2 founders / 5 employees

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I'm Pat Walls and I created Starter Story - a website dedicated to helping people start businesses. We interview entrepreneurs from around the world about how they started and grew their businesses.