25 Companies That Use Toggl [2024]

Updated: May 21st, 2022

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

Here's the list:

1. Vrootok

Vrootok is a digital marketing business started by Teodora Filovska in 2017. Vrootok uses Toggl for their business.

Toggl Testimonial

Toggl helps us track the progress and plan future projects better. I have noticed that it helps with self-awareness when it comes to productivity.

Teodora Filovska, on starting Vrootok ($0/month)   full story ➜

Team
1 founders / 8 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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2. Starter Story

Starter Story is a niche blog started by Pat Walls in 2017. Starter Story uses Toggl 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 59,486 founders

3. Zirui

Zirui is a travel products business started by Regina Ye in 2017. Zirui uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$1K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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How Regina Ye Started A CPG Company While In College

Regina Ye created ZIRUI, a modular magnetic travel toiletry case, after experiencing the pain of traveling with easily spilled liquids, and is now raising funds to turn ZIRUI into an "on-the-go" lifestyle brand with multiple products and expand internationally.

About
Regina started Zirui over 6 years ago
Revenue
Regina grew the business to $1K/month
Read by 4,288 founders

4. Web Designer Academy

Web Designer Academy is a marketing coaching business started by Shannon Mattern in 2015. Web Designer Academy uses Toggl 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 20,277 founders

5. Counterweight Creative

Counterweight Creative is a podcast started by Jeremy Enns in 2016. Counterweight Creative uses Toggl 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 17,902 founders

6. Rocket PPC

Rocket PPC is a PPC agency started by Gabriele Contilli in 2018. Rocket PPC uses Toggl 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 7,479 founders

7. Forgotten Mermaids

Forgotten Mermaids is a temporary tattoo artist started by Anslea in 2018. Forgotten Mermaids uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$1K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Atlanta, GA, USA

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How I Started A Passive Income Business While Living Out Of A Van

Forgotten Mermaids creator Anslea shares how she started a passive income business while living out of a van, creating mermaid temporary tattoos and accessories, and has grown to average $1,000 per month in mostly passive income over the last six months.

About
Anslea started Forgotten Mermaids almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Anslea grew the business to $1K/month
Costs
It cost Anslea $100 to start the business
Read by 8,387 founders

8. Next Vacay

Next Vacay is a travel planning business started by Naveen Dittakavi in 2014. Next Vacay uses Toggl for their business.

Team
1 founders / 11 employees
Location
Johns Creek, Georgia, USA

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9. The Savvy Couple

The Savvy Couple is an online course started by Kelan Kline in 2016. The Savvy Couple uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Rochester, New York, USA

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How This 28-Year-Old Couple Quit Their Jobs And Make $20K/Month Running A Blog

Learn how one couple created a successful personal finance blog, The Savvy Couple, that now makes over $20,000 per month and has sold thousands of digital workbooks and courses, by focusing on purposeful content and optimizing their ROI with efficient time management.

About
Kelan started The Savvy Couple almost 8 years ago
Revenue
Kelan grew the business to $20K/month
Costs
It cost Kelan $500 to start the business
Read by 27,621 founders

10. Krit

Krit is a freelance app developer started by Andrew Askins in 2014. Krit uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$91K / month
Team
2 founders / 7 employees
Location

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How I Started A $69K/Month Software Agency After A Failed Product Launch

A software agency started by a non-technical founder helps diverse clients with their minimum lovable product, boasting a revenue of over $700,000 this year with a 20% profit margin and a team of 8.

About
Andrew started Krit about 10 years ago
Revenue
Andrew grew the business to $91K/month
Read by 24,818 founders

11. Tribecto Automations

Tribecto Automations is a marketing agency started by Sam Wilcox in 2018. Tribecto Automations uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
England, United Kingdom

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How I Started A $10K/Month Business Developing Marketing And Sales Automations

Tribecto Automations re-designed sales and marketing processes for B2B companies, growing from $5k/month to $10k/month, through creating a defined productized service model and using specific software tools for email marketing, CRM, webhooks and Zapier.

About
Sam started Tribecto Automations almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Sam grew the business to $10K/month
Read by 6,728 founders

12. Unicorn Platform

Unicorn Platform is a landing page builder started by Alexander Isora in 2018. Unicorn Platform uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$14K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Tbilisi, Грузия

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How I Launched A $2.5K/Month Landing Page Builder

The founder of Unicorn Platform, Alexander Isora, created a landing page builder which generates over $2,200 in MRR and hosts 2,819 websites. Isora developed an MVP, created crowdfunding, and attributes the success of his product to a good MVP, reputation, and offering good support for customers.

About
Alexander started Unicorn Platform almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Alexander grew the business to $14K/month
Costs
It cost Alexander $500 to start the business
Read by 8,318 founders

13. The Language Delegate

The Language Delegate is a freelance writing business started by Pat Stainke in 2013. The Language Delegate uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$3K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Donna, Texas, USA

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14. SheMeansBlogging

SheMeansBlogging is a blog started by Arfa Nazeer in . SheMeansBlogging uses Toggl for their business.

Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

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15. A4E

A4E is a bookkeeping service started by Yarty in 2018. A4E uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$8K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees

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How We Started A $8K/Month Bookkeeping, Tax And CFO Service

A4E, a full-service accounting business, grew five times from when it started about a year ago when it was only offering tax services, and its current MRR is around $8k with a targeted MRR of $13k, providing 100% done-for-you accounting solutions that combine bookkeeping, taxes and CFO services under one roof and for an amazing value for US-based businesses in tech-related industries and services.

About
Yarty started A4E almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Yarty grew the business to $8K/month
Costs
It cost Yarty $1000 to start the business
Read by 9,431 founders

16. The Content Direction Agency

The Content Direction Agency is a content writing company started by Lacy Boggs in 2011. The Content Direction Agency uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$24K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees

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I Make $300K/Year With A Team Of Ghostwriters That Create Content For Brands

Content strategist Lacy Boggs leveraged her love of blogging and desire for a more flexible schedule to grow her business from a solo "Ghost Blogger" to a full agency with four writers and a cabal of contractors that helps businesses create bespoke content strategies and consistent traffic, yielding over a ($300k) year in revenue.

About
Lacy started The Content Direction Agency almost 13 years ago
Revenue
Lacy grew the business to $24K/month
Costs
It cost Lacy $50 to start the business
Read by 4,426 founders

17. js13kGames

js13kGames is a game developer started by Andrzej Mazur in 2012. js13kGames uses Toggl for their business.

Team
2 founders / 2 employees

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18. Exolix

Exolix is a cryptocurrency business started by Exolix Team in 2018. Exolix uses Toggl for their business.

Team
3 founders / 45 employees

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On Starting A Cryptocurrency Exchange Platform

Exolix is an anonymous cryptocurrency exchange platform with a fixed rate and unlimited exchange that provides its users with fast, easy, and secure exchange processes.

About
Exolix started Exolix over 5 years ago
Revenue
Exolix grew the business to $/month
Costs
It cost Exolix $200000 to start the business
Read by 10,623 founders

19. Conversion Crimes

Conversion Crimes is an user feedback app started by Quinn Zeda in 2020. Conversion Crimes uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 4 employees

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How I Created A Conversion Rate Optimization Software And Landed The #1 On Product Hunt

Conversion Crimes is a software with a service geared towards small businesses and agencies to help them with conversion rate optimization and user experience, which recorded just shy of $10k in its first month after launching in September 2020.

About
Quinn started Conversion Crimes over 3 years ago
Revenue
Quinn grew the business to $10K/month
Read by 7,543 founders

20. Outline Planner

Outline Planner is an etsy business started by Ralu Petrea in 2018. Outline Planner uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$3K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees

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How I Created A $4K/Month Digital Planner

How a founder turned a €499 investment into €80K+ in sales in just two years by creating and selling all-in-one monthly, weekly, and daily digital planners for iPad through Etsy, with 15-20% of orders from returning customers and profit margins around 70%.

About
Ralu started Outline Planner over 5 years ago
Revenue
Ralu grew the business to $3K/month
Costs
It cost Ralu $500 to start the business
Read by 18,367 founders

21. Emoface

Emoface is a medical software development business started by Adela Barbulescu in 2020. Emoface uses Toggl for their business.

Team
2 founders / 3 employees

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On Developing Tools For Training Socio-Emotional Skills

Emoface is a research spin-off that develops tools for training socio-emotional skills, which includes their flagship product Emoface Play&Learn emotions, an app that proposes an adaptive learning platform allowing autistic kids to train by playing and interacting with expressive 3D avatars.

About
Adela started Emoface over 4 years ago
Revenue
Adela grew the business to $0/month
Costs
It cost Adela $30000 to start the business
Read by 4,208 founders

22. Exapro

Exapro is a machinery exports business started by Thomas Bordier in 2004. Exapro uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$142K / month
Team
5 founders / 21 employees

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I Bought A Dying Used Machinery Marketplace And Grew It To 1.7M$/Year

French entrepreneur Thomas Bordier took over a failing B2B marketplace in 2003 which now grows the industrial machinery resale market with 300 yearly auctions and an annual $1.7 million turnover from over 25 million worldwide assets promoting offers for over 600 transactions yearly and now launching a new project, Valorexo to create better pricing for used machinery.

About
Thomas started Exapro over 20 years ago
Revenue
Thomas grew the business to $142K/month
Costs
It cost Thomas $30000 to start the business
Read by 4,569 founders

23. Kopf Consulting

Kopf Consulting is a tech support business started by LaKenya Kopf in 2007. Kopf Consulting uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$3K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees

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How I Created A Six-Figure Virtual Tech Support Company

Kopf Consulting is a six-figure virtual tech-support company that has provided affordable and professional virtual technical support to all levels of entrepreneurship for over 14 years and has expanded to providing training, consulting, and hiring services without a particular niche or location, serving clients worldwide.

About
LaKenya started Kopf Consulting almost 17 years ago
Revenue
LaKenya grew the business to $3K/month
Costs
It cost LaKenya $300 to start the business
Read by 3,663 founders

24. Modelnet

Modelnet is a business communications software started by Dmitriy Alentev in 2001. Modelnet uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
2 founders / 50 employees

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Reflecting On 20 Years Of Developing Video Streaming Solutions [$1.2M/Year]

Scrile, a software development company, created ModelNet, a platform for online video conferencing and live video chat that has earned $1.5M in sales with a margin of 40-50%, and expanded into new markets and niches such as online expert advice and consulting and telemedicine.

About
Dmitriy started Modelnet over 22 years ago
Revenue
Dmitriy grew the business to $100K/month
Costs
It cost Dmitriy $200000 to start the business
Read by 3,173 founders

25. SmartGuide

SmartGuide is a tourist guide business started by Jan Dolezal in 2018. SmartGuide uses Toggl for their business.

Revenue
$30K / month
Team
3 founders / 15 employees

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How We Started A Digital Tour Guide Platform With Over 500K Users [Czech Republic]

SmartGuide, a digital tour guide platform that turns every phone into a personal tour guide using audio, geolocation, and Augmented Reality, has exceeded 500 destinations and is approaching half a million users in just three years since founding.

About
Jan started SmartGuide almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Jan grew the business to $30K/month
Costs
It cost Jan $600000 to start the business
Read by 2,908 founders

meet the author
Pat Walls

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.