How Extend hit $30.6M Revenue with 8K customers in 2022.
Extend provides extended warranties as a service to merchants and innovates the broken customer experience associated with them.
In 2022, Extend revenue run rate hit $30.6M in revenue.
Extend hit $30.6M in revenue in 2021
Extend launched in 2019 with $0 revenue
Extend Funding History
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Extend raised a of $260M at a $1.6B valuation in May 2021
Extend raised a of $40M
Extend raised a of $16.4M
Extend has 169 total employees and 17 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 8000 customers an engineering team of 63 and a marketing team of 2
Total team size
Currently Founder and CEO of Extend - Powerful Product Protection Technology
Member of DraftKings Board of Directors since 2013.
Previously Founder and CEO 3.0 Capital a Multi-Strategy Crypto Asset Hedge Fund
Previously the Vice President of Consumer / Growth at DocuSign.
Woodrow was the Founder and CEO of Estate Assist, which was acquired by DocuSign in October 2015.
Woodrow H. Levin, was the Founder and CEO of BringIt. An energetic and charismatic leader, he made strategic decisions for the company while guiding day-to-day operations, working with investors, and developing strategic and lasting partnerships that benefited BringIt until the company was acquired by International Game Technologies in 2012.
Prior to founding BringIt, Woodrow was Managing Partner at Riverbank Capital Management, a successful equity options trading firm he started, and helped to grow with offices in New York and Chicago.
In 2000 he founded InStadium, an advertising company that partnered with NFL and MLB stadiums to provide digital advertising, product sampling, stadium signage, and innovative restroom advertising. Woodrow was President of InStadium for five years, during which he established the company’s mission of expanding in-venue advertising and promotional opportunities for large to mid-sized companies through cost-efficient and high impact programs.
His competitive fire was firmly established by his school career as a competitive athlete. He played NCAA Division I hockey at Wisconsin, an experience that taught him that discipline and hard work can transform a burning desire for success into tangible results.
Woodrow attended Chicago-Kent School of Law and is admitted to practice in IL. He holds a BA in Business from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.