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How Mirakl hit $90M Revenue with 300 customers in 2022.
Mirakl is the leading provider of Marketplace Solutions. The Mirakl Marketplace Platform helps companies scale e-Commerce.
In 2022, Mirakl revenue run rate hit $90M in revenue.
Mirakl hit $90M in revenue in 2020
Mirakl launched in 2012 with $0 revenue
Mirakl Funding History
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2021 Series E
Mirakl raised a Series E of $555M at a $2.9B valuation in September 2021
2020 Series D
Mirakl raised a Series D of $300M at a $1.2B valuation in September 2020
2019 Series C
Mirakl raised a Series C of $70M
2016 Series B
Mirakl raised a Series B of $20M
2012 Series A
Mirakl raised a Series A of $3M
Mirakl has 556 total employees and 86 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 300 customers an engineering team of 96 and a marketing team of 30
Total team size
Adrien and Philippe founded Mirakl in 2012. They previously joined forces in 2005 to create Splitgames, a marketplace dedicated to video games, blending e-commerce and content. When Splitgames was acquired by Fnac.com in 2008, they supervised the integration and design of Fnac’s MarketPlace on the FNAC.com website, following which they took charge of both the development and management of the MarketPlace from 2008 to 2012. Today, Fnac.com boasts the position of the second largest B2C MarketPlace in France.
Philippe started his career as founder and CEO of KEYRUS, a pioneering web agency that provided support to major brands in their digital strategies (acquired in 2000 by Progiware Group). He then went on to found and head MAYREV, a fashion and accessories brand operating through its own store network and other distributors until 2005.
Graduated from HEC Paris, Adrien Nussenbaum started his career with Paribas in Hong-Kong. He then went on to co-found All Instant, an instant messaging solution that was later sold in 2003. While with Deloitte, as part of the restructuring team, he advised many retailers who were in the throes of company turnarounds and transformations until 2005.