- Australian design unicorn Canva recently raised $60 million in fundraising – doubling its valuation to a massive $6 billion.
- The Sydney-based startup – known as the design platform for non-designers – boasts more than 30 million users in businesses and schools around the world.
- Canva has faced skepticism from some investors who want to see the profit margins to accompany its ballooning valuation.
- We got an exclusive look at the first pitch deck Canva used on the road to becoming a tech unicorn.
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Canva, the Australian tech unicorn, recently raised $60 million in a fundraising round backed by Sequoia Capital, Bond, and General Catalyst – and doubled its valuation in the process.
The Sydney-based startup, dubbed the “design platform for non-designers”, had previously been valued at $3.2 billion, but after its latest fundraising round, that jumped to a whopping $6 billion.