Vulog logo
Founded 2006

Vulog

2021 Revenue

$9.1M

YOY

Funding

$64.1M

Overview

About Vulog

Vulog builds technology solutions that power successful shared mobility businesses in the world.

Monthly Revenue

$757.5K

Total Expenses

$757.5K

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Net Income

$0.0

Ebidta Margin

0.00%

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YOY Growth

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Headquarters

France
Website

vulog.com

Vulog Revenue vs Funding

$Funding$Revenue

Revenue

In 2021, Vulog revenue run rate hit $9.1M in revenue.

$9.1M

Funding History

Vulog has raised a total of $64.1M.

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Funding DateRoundTotalValuation
01/20/2021$31.5M
08/29/2017$21.1M
09/22/2015$10.1M
09/20/2013$1.4M

Customers

Vulog has 0 customers.

Lifetime Months

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Acquisition Cost

Average Annual Price

$0$0.0024681012

Churn

Vulog has an annual churn rate of 0.00%

Churn vs Expansion

-100-500%50100
Gross Annual Dollar Churn

-0.00%

Annual Dollar Expansion

0.00%

Net Revenue Retention

0.00%

Team

Employees

Vulog has 101 employees.

2021
DistributionQty

Total Team Size

101

Engineers

0

Sales

0

Marketing

0

CEO/Founder

Gregory Duconge


CEO Q&A

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Frequently Asked Questions about Vulog

When was Vulog founded?

Vulog was founded in 2006.


Who is the CEO of Vulog?

The CEO of Vulog is Gregory Duconge


How many employees does Vulog have?

Vulog has 101 employees.

How much revenue does Vulog generate?

Vulog generates $9.1M in revenue.


How much funding does Vulog have?

Vulog has raised $64.1M.


Where is Vulog headquarters?

Vulog is headquartered at France

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