Jason Nazar Sold His Last Company for $50M to Intuit
Influential Tech Entrepreneur
Jason Nazar is one of the most influential tech entrepreneurs and investors in California.
About Jason Nazar (@jasonnazar): Co-founder/CEO of Comparably and Entrepreneur in Residence for the City of Los Angeles, appointed by Mayor Garcetti. Named one of the most respected CEOs in Los Angeles by the LA Business Journal, Jason is a popular Fortune, INC, Forbes & WSJ contributor who sold his last company Docstoc, the largest content site to help small business, to Intuit (INTU) in 2013 for a reported $50M. He’s appeared on Bloomberg, FOX Business, SIRIUS XM, Cheddar TV, and local Los Angeles TV news affiliates for his business advice as a thought leader of the tech community. www.comparably.com
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Currently co-founder/CEO of Comparably, the job monitoring & transparent salary/culture site, he also serves as Entrepreneur in Residence for the City of Los Angeles. He’s a popular Fortune, BusinessInsider, INC, Forbes & WSJ contributor who sold his last company Docstoc to Intuit (INTU) in 2013 for a reported $50M. He’s also hosts southern California’s longest and largest running monthly tech gatherings, Startups Uncensored. www.jasonnazar.com
Comparably, the online platform that makes workplace compensation and culture dramatically more transparent, enables employees to see what their peers are getting paid and publicly rate their employers. The company launched in March 2016 and has quickly become one of the most popular go-to resources for employees to monitor the job market for compensation and culture data. Co-founded by Los Angeles serial entrepreneurs Jason Nazar, Mike Sheridan, Yadid Ramot, and George Ishii – who collectively have started six tech companies with five exits – the company is backed by Crosslink Capital Partners, Upfront Ventures, Priztker Venture Capital, and Lowercase VC.