To add a sub-organization to a company profile To add a sub-organization to a company profile, you must start from the parent company’s profile.
In this example, we'll say that Pied Piper has a sub-org company named Koalaty. Therefore, we'll be starting on the Pied Piper company profile.
Click the three-dot icon, and select 'Edit' at the upper right corner of the profile to begin.
Scroll down to the Sub-Organizations section and select Create New Sub-Organization.
This will take you to the Edit New Sub-Organization page where you can begin to add sub-organizations to the company profile.
If the company you are attempting to add as a sub-organization already has an existing Crunchbase profile, you simply need to type the company’s name into the search bar and select the correct profile to begin adding it as a sub-organization:
If the company you are attempting to add as a sub-organization does not exist in Crunchbase, feel free to add it by selecting Create New Sub-Organization:
This will lead you to the Edit New Organization page where you can add the new organization’s details:
Even though only the Name and Description fields are required, please fill in as many details as possible in order to create a complete Crunchbase profile.
Once you are done filling out the page, click Continue at the top right of the page.
Your screen will return to the Edit New Sub-Organization page where you can fill out the Details section by selecting a Relationship to Parent from the dropdown menu:
You can choose to add a press reference detailing that the sub-organization is now a part of the parent company if there was any media coverage by clicking on Create New Press Reference:
Once you’ve finished adding the details and press references, click Continue at either the bottom or top right of the page. This will take you back to the main edit page for the company where you can click Save All Edits at the top right of the page.
Congratulations! You are now done and should be able to see the company in the Sub-Organizations section of the parent company profile.
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