Duolingo: Revenue, by quarter
QuarterRevenue,
in million USD
2023 Q4151.00
2023 Q3137.62
2023 Q2126.84
2023 Q1115.66
2022 Q4103.80
2022 Q396.10
2022 Q288.39
2022 Q181.22
2021 Q473.01
2021 Q345.30
2021 Q258.80
2021 Q155.36
2020 Q448.27
2020 Q363.60
2020 Q240.01
2020 Q128.11
  • Region: Worldwide
  • Time period: Q1 2020 to Q4 2023
  • Published: Feb 2024

Data Analysis and Insights

Updated: Apr 6, 2024 | Published by: Statistico | About Us / Data / Analysis

Revenue Growth From 2020 to 2023

Duolingo's revenue experienced significant growth over four years, increasing from $28.11 million in 2020 Q1 to $151.00 million in 2023 Q4. The consistent upward trend highlights Duolingo's ability to expand its revenue streams and market presence effectively.

Quarterly Revenue Increases

Every quarter, without exception, saw a revenue increase, demonstrating Duolingo's consistent business growth. The smallest increase occurred from 2021 Q3 to 2021 Q4, with a jump of $27.71 million, whereas the largest quarterly leap was from 2020 Q3 to 2020 Q4, showcasing a robust growth pattern.

Year-over-Year Revenue Growth

Duolingo's year-over-year revenue growth showcases its strong market performance. From 2020 Q4 to 2021 Q4, revenue rose by $24.74 million, and from 2021 Q4 to 2022 Q4, it increased by $30.79 million, indicating accelerating growth momentum.

Impact of 2021 on Revenue Trends

The year 2021 marked a pivotal moment for Duolingo, with a significant revenue increase from $45.30 million in Q3 to $73.01 million in Q4. This period reflects Duolingo's expanding user base and possibly the introduction of new features or marketing strategies.

Comparative Analysis of Q3 Performances

Analyzing Q3 performances across the years, there is a noticeable growth trajectory from $28.11 million in 2020 to $137.62 million in 2023. This trend highlights Duolingo's ability to maintain upward momentum in a quarter that might be reflective of strategic initiatives bearing fruit.

Largest Yearly Revenue Increase in 2023

The year 2023 showcased the largest yearly revenue increase, with Duolingo's revenue jumping from $115.66 million in Q1 to $151.00 million in Q4. This $35.34 million increase underscores the company's accelerating growth and effective market strategies.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much growth did Duolingo's revenue experience in recent years?

Duolingo's revenue increased from $28.11 million in 2020 Q1 to $151.00 million in 2023 Q4.

What were the smallest and largest quarterly revenue increases for Duolingo?

The smallest increase was $27.71 million from 2021 Q3 to 2021 Q4, while the largest was from 2020 Q3 to 2020 Q4.

What was Duolingo's largest yearly revenue increase and when did it occur?

The largest yearly revenue increase was a $35.34 million jump from $115.66 million in 2023 Q1 to $151.00 million in 2023 Q4.

Terms and Definitions

Duolingo is a widely popular free language learning platform that offers language courses in over 37 languages to its numerous users worldwide. The platform employs a gamified teaching approach in the form of bite-sized lessons. Duolingo operates on both mobile and web platforms.

Revenue is the total amount of money a company generates from its business activities in a specific period, typically from sales of goods or services. It is crucial for a company's survival and growth, as it indicates the company's ability to meet operating expenses, expand the business, and generate profits. It's essentially the 'top-line' or gross income figure from which costs are subtracted to determine net income.

Operating expenses are the costs associated with a company's day-to-day business operations, such as rent, equipment, inventory costs, marketing, payroll, insurance and funds allocated for research and development. These are typically subtracted from a company's revenue in determining its operating profit.

Net income is the final profit figure for a business after deducting all operational expenses and taxes from total revenue. It represents the company's actual earnings.
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