Software maker Airtable says it plans to expand its Austin presence after raising $185 million for growth.
Founded in 2012, the San Francisco-based company offers a cloud collaboration service that lets customers build their own custom apps and workflows with no coding required.
Over the next year, Airtable plans to add 100 employees to its Austin office, which currently has 30 workers. The company has a total workforce of 300 employees.
Airtable opened a customer engagement center in Austin in April. As part of the expansion, the company hired Brian Hagen as the office’s general manager.
Hagen previously led sales teams at Nextdoor, Twitter and Google. Most recently he led the sales team at Austin consumer app developer Dosh.