Who did we look at?
Our 2021 report includes data from more than 86 private SaaS companies, with revenues ranging from $1–50 million. Most are at the Series A stage. About a fifth are beyond Series D.
The majority of participating companies are headquartered in Canada (72.3%), with the remaining in the U.S. (24.6%) or the Asia-Pacific region (3.1%).
On average these companies have about 50 employees. Fifty-eight percent of these companies are seeing growth rates of less than 50 percent, with the top 10 growing at a rapid 150 percent.
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