Webflow has raised $140 million in a Series B round of funding – led by returning investors such as Accel and Silversmith.
There was participation from new investor CapitalG, and all existing investors. Webflow has more than 100,000 paying customers and over two million users worldwide.
Webflow said the company’s unique no code platform provides the building blocks for everything from functionality-rich marketing websites, to e-commerce storefronts, and soon entire web applications.
This year alone, using Webflow, designers and coders were able to save themselves from writing over 3 billion lines of code, freeing up time for more meaningful projects, Webflow said.
Vlad Magdalin, co-founder and CEO of Webflow, said this round of funding will be used to accelerate innovation, fuel product development and hire the best talent.