Mark your Calendars with Calendly’s Growth

With lockdowns around the globe, the most important tool that has helped people to continue to work are programs and systems that allow people to work remotely. One of those programs is the cloud-based Calendly, which helps people manage their meetings. An investment from OpenView Venture Partners and Iconiq of $350 million was recently accepted by Calendly. The program can cost nothing to $12 per month and offers features like the ability to pay for non-business meetings, like yoga or cooking classes. Once you book an event in Calendly, it also books it in your other calendars too, including Google and Outlook. 

Calendly has become more and more popular since many of us are now working from home and programs like these and others help us keep track of our work lives amongst our home lives. Calendly’s growth has also been due to it’s simple yet effective strategy. When a Calendly calendar link is sent, the invite is a link to Calendly, so new users can experience what it’s like and if they enjoy it, can use it and possibly even upgrade their service to a paid option. According to Calendly, there are 10 million monthly users and the numbers keep going up. 

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