How GeekWire hit $2.3M revenue and 27 person team in 2023.
GeekWire is a fast-growing, national technology news site with strong roots in the Seattle region and a large audience of loyal, tech-savvy readers around the globe, who follow the site for breaking news, expert analysis and unique insights into the technology industry.GeekWire is uniquely positioned to cover some of the most widely followed and innovative tech companies in the world, and one of the most vibrant startup markets in the country.
In 2022, GeekWire revenue run rate hit $2.3M in revenue.
GeekWire hit $2.3M in revenue in 2021
GeekWire launched in 2011 with $0 revenue
GeekWire Funding History
GeekWire has 27 total employees and 1 sales reps that carry a quota.
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TODD BISHOP is co-founder and managing editor of GeekWire, a leading technology news site based in Seattle.
Bishop has covered Microsoft and the technology industry for more than five years in Seattle, most recently as a reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. He launched his blog about Microsoft in September 2003, building it into a widelyused resource for tracking the software giant. In February 2008, Bishop was the first to publish internal Microsoft e-mails in which company executives privately criticized the Windows Vista operating system, even as they publicly praised it. His coverage of Bill Gates' departure from daily life at the company was published by papers including the New York Post. His blog has received honors including a 2008 Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
Bishop covered commercial real estate at the Puget Sound Business Journal from 2000 to 2002. He grew up in Orland, Calif., and got his start in journalism covering sports for his high-school paper. He graduated from California State University, Chico, with a double-major in journalism and business administration. He lives in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.