Funding Received
$6.3 Million in 3 Rounds from 31 Investors
Most Recent Funding
$3.3 Million Venture on January 14, 2014
Headquarters:
Los Angeles, CA
Description:
Gobbler is a backup, transfer, and organizational tool for managing users' media project files and assets.
Founders:
Jamie Kantrowitz, Chris Kantrowitz
Categories:
Digital Media, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Software
Website:
http://www.gobbler.com

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Gobbler picks up where Dropbox and Box end, with a cloud platform tailored for the needs of the modern creative workflow. Gobbler facilitates all aspects of media project management from backup and versioning to large file transfers and collaboration, with a robust set of tools built to simplify and enhance the creative process. With the Gobbler API, hardware and software companies can connect their products to the cloud and provide essential features and functionality to their users. Unlike existing cloud services built for media creators, the Gobbler platform is open, allowing users to work with any tools and take their data wherever they go.

Gobbler was founded in 2010 by Chris and Jamie Kantrowitz. Prior to founding Gobbler, Chris was the founder of Frank the Plumber, a concert production and design firm and Jamie was the SVP of global marketing and entertainment at MySpace. Gobbler’s investors include brilliant minds from the tech and media world, including include Sky Dayton (Earthlink + Boingo), ffVC (John Frankel), Troy Carter (Atom Factory + Lady Gaga), John Legend (Grammy-winning Singer/Songwriter), Dr. Luke (Grammy-winning producer), Sir Elton John, Jared Leto (30 Seconds to Mars), Denzyl Feigelson (Apple + AWOL), Mike Herring (Adobe), Dan Rose (Facebook), Bill Warner (Avid), Jim Wiatt (William Morris), and Michael Huskins.

Current Team (7)

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Past Team (2)

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Board Members and Advisors (8)

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Investors (31)

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Offices/Locations (1)

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  • Headquarters

    6427 W. Sunset Blvd.

    Los Angeles, CA 90028

    USA

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