San Francisco Business Times: Bay Area Website-Building Platform Becomes Unicorn With Big $140 Million Round

Webflow scored a megafunding round of $140 million for its Series B, turning the young tech firm into a unicorn with a $2.1 billion valuation, the company said Wednesday.

San Francisco-based Webflow plans to ramp up its hiring to expand its current global workforce of 225 employees and accelerate its product development and innovation.

Webflow’s platform is designed to allow users and companies to build websites without having to write code. The company said it also plans to soon add entire web applications to its offerings. 

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