about us

We're in business to help you thrive

Asana powers businesses by organizing work in one connected space. More than 100,000 paying organizations and millions of teams worldwide use Asana to focus on the work that counts.

Our story is your story. You want to do good work. You're motivated by mission and purpose. And you want your work to make a difference. We want the same thing.

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The start of things

When founders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein met, they were leading engineering teams at Facebook. As Facebook grew (and grew fast), they discovered everyone was spending over half the day sitting in meetings, responding to email, and searching for info. Doing skilled work was taking a backseat to distracting "work about work."

So Dustin and JR built a tool to make it easier for teams to coordinate work. The result not only gave their teams clarity about what to do and why, but also time back to focus on the big ideas. Dustin and JR were inspired. Soon after, they founded Asana to spend their time building solutions to help more teams do the great work—without the busywork.

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What's in a name?

Asana is a Sanskrit word that refers to the place and pose in which a yogi sits. A pose requires marrying form and flow to stay centered while moving through distractions. Our founders chose it to describe what they set out to build, a product that brings, ease, focus and flow to you, your team, and your work.

We typically pronounce Asana with the emphasis on the second syllable: uh-sāh-nuh. But we’re not prescriptive about it. We welcome other pronunciations too, including the Sanskrit pronunciation āh-suh-nuh.

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Office Locations

Asana HQ

633 Folsom Street, Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94107
United States

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167 N Green Street, 4th Floor, Suite 04B103
Chicago, IL 60607
United States

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Asana (3rd Floor), 1-6 Sir John Rogerson's Quay Dublin 2

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The Royal Exchange (First Floor)
London EC3V 3LL
United Kingdom

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WeWork, Neuturmstraße 5, 80331 Munich

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New York City

3 World Trade Center 175 Greenwich Street, Suite 4800
New York, NY 10007

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WeWork (Office 01-W101)
5 Rue des Italiens
Paris, 75009, France

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Borgartún 25, 5th floor,
105 Reykjavik,

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175 Pitt St, FL18
Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

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Marunouchi Kitaguchi Building 8F, 2-6-1 Marunouchi,
Tokyo 100-6990 Japan

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333 Seymour, 8th Floor,
Suite 10-102
Vancouver BC
V6B 5A6 Canada

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Marszałkowska 89
00-693 Warszawa, Poland

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18 Robinson Rd,

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Each of our values is aligned with what will guide us to achieve our mission: To help humanity thrive by enabling the world's teams to work together effortlessly.

We are purpose-driven people, dedicated to serving something beyond ourselves. Having mission as a value also allows us to continually ground ourselves in why we’re building Asana.
We commit to being great at the things we do and doing them fast, without sacrificing one for the other.
Our product and culture aim to ensure that teams know who is doing what, by when, and why, which unlocks the best work experiences and outcomes.
Great achievements are almost always the result not of one, but many. We bring our best, let go of egos, and work with empathy and trust to do great things together.
Having integrity around our commitments means seizing exciting opportunities, and also owning it when we have to deprioritize something. We accept full ownership of our commitments, and empower and trust others to achieve theirs.
We focus on the present and aim to give ourselves time to reflect and space to integrate what we learn. These practices allow us to collectively learn from and improve in all that we do, and to continually evolve our culture.
We stay curious, creative, and open to new perspectives. Choosing between two sides of an extreme results in losing the benefits of one, so we commit to searching for a third way that incorporate the truths of both.
We show up as our whole selves - vulnerable, passionate, and willing to learn and grow. We know our best work is tied to authenticity - the state that allows growth and collaboration.
We embrace what makes us human, take time to play and have fun, and create meaningful experiences for their own sake. Why do we have a unicorn flying across our product when we mark a task complete? The real question is - why not?