How Bynder hit $48M Revenue with 2K customers in 2022.
In 2022, Bynder revenue run rate hit $48M in revenue.
Bynder hit $48M in revenue in 2018
Bynder hit $20M in revenue in 2017
Bynder launched in 2012 with $0 revenue
Bynder Funding History
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2016 Series A
Bynder raised a Series A of $22.2M
Bynder has 336 total employees and 52 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 1600 customers an engineering team of 76 and a marketing team of 24
Total team size
AMSTERDAM and BOSTON - October 17, 2019 Bynder, the global leader in Digital Asset Management (DAM), today announced Bert van der Zwan has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer. Appointed to lead the rapidly-growing company through its next phase of growth, van der Zwan will succeed current CEO and founder Chris Hall, who will join the Bynder Supervisory Board as of November 1. In this role, Hall will be able to fully focus on expanding Bynder’s vision, while ensuring that the company’s ambition and culture are maintained.
Hall founded Bynder in 2013 and has grown the organization to 325 employees, with more than 1,500 customers and offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Boston, London, Barcelona, Dubai and San Mateo.
“What began six years ago as a start-up in an attic with great dreams has grown into a reality with offices in six countries and a team of hundreds of 'Byndies',” said Hall. “Figures like these tell only part of the story. To live such a period has been a magical experience—it’s been intense, great, and very personal. All Byndies have built something unique and fantastic: an organization that has fought its way from underdog to category leader. We recently launched new and updated features that are the first in a series of upcoming platform updates from our revamped product roadmap. This next, exciting growth phase requires someone with Bert's track record at the controls. Together with Jeff Horing and Arco van Nieuwland, I will remain closely involved with Bynder as part of the Supervisory Board. I am in a better position to ensure we remain focused on our strategy and to ensure that we retain our vision, ambition and culture in our next phase of growth as well.”
Software veteran Bert van der Zwan joins the company with 25 years of experience growing SaaS companies in various leadership roles. He led WebEx as Senior Vice President, was CEO of Twinfield, Managing Director at Unit4 and is currently CEO at the fintech company Onguard. Since his appointment in 2016, he has transformed Onguard from a niche player in credit management to a market leader in financial software.