ClickUp, the world’s only all-in-one productivity platform, has announced the launch of a new Salt Lake City office as part of its global expansion.

ClickUp’s Utah location is it’s second in the United States and fourth in the world, with headquarters in San Diego.

 In recent months, the company has also announced an international expansion into Dublin, Ireland, and Sydney, Australia.


ClickUp plans to add more than employees to its Salt Lake City division over the next three years across sales, customer service, marketing, and engineering.

Howard Baik, a former Instructure,, and Ivanti executive with over a decade of Silicon Valley experience, will lead the office.

He said: “We’re excited to bring our second domestic headquarters to the Slopes, an area rife with tech talent and a notable startup presence, this is a thriving technology community and we have no doubt that the depth of local talent will align well with the exciting work we’re doing at ClickUp. We look forward to having a positive impact in the community.”

ClickUp’s domestic growth follows the announcement of a $400 million Series C fundraising round in October 2021, one of the largest Series C transactions in the workplace productivity sector to date.

The current round brings the company’s total fundraising to $535 million, with a post-money valuation of $4 billion.

Zeb Evans, CEO and Founder of ClickUp  said: “With the latest round of funding, our goal was to continue reshaping how teams work and give businesses a competitive advantage,”

He added: “Expansion into Utah will allow us to tap into a strong, local talent pool to help us deliver innovative solutions that make people more productive and efficient.”

In the last year, ClickUp, one of the world’s fastest-growing Software as a service(SaaS) startups, tripled its revenue and increased its user base from 200,000 to 800,000 teams.

ClickUp is being used by businesses all around the world, including teams at McDonald’s,, Papa John’s, Netflix, and Utah-based Podium, to fulfill the expectations of their changing workplaces.

Source: KPVI

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