Linkedin Company Info

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About this bot

In short: This online tool retrieves the information about one or more companies listed on LinkedIn.

Have a look at the example results file for a sample of what kind of data you'll get. 

⚠️ This LinkedIn company profile extractor can export only the data that is publicly available. If the company has marked all or some of its data as private, the bot won’t be able to retrieve it. ⚠️

Video tutorial

How to scrape LinkedIn company profiles?

A fast and simple online LinkedIn extractor, this bot can be used for multiple business-related purposes.

You can easily grab the following details:

  • Company LinkedIn profile URL
  • Company name
  • Tagline
  • Description
  • Website
  • Phone
  • Industry
  • Company type (e.g. public company)
  • Founded year
  • Funding data
  • Company size (the number of employees)
  • Company size on LinkedIn
  • Follower count
  • Country
  • Geographic area
  • City
  • Postal code
  • Address
  • Universal name ID
  • Profile picture URL
  • Profile background picture URL

Once you’ve exported the company information, you can also grab the jobs offered by this company using the LinkedIn Job Listings Scraper bot. It retrieves all the most important details related to the jobs listed on LinkedIn. All you need to do is enter the job URLs into a special field.

How to download LinkedIn profile data relating to one or more companies?

  • Sign up on Botster
  • Go to the bot's start page
  • Enter the links to the LinkedIn profiles of the companies
  • Click the "Start this bot" button.

That's it – the LinkedIn scraping tool has started its crawl!



Web-scraping LinkedIn company information will be impossible if you enter the company’s website instead of a link to its LinkedIn profile. What you need to enter is the company’s LinkedIn profile URL (e.g.

Company page scraper walkthrough

1. Open the Launch bot form

Click on the "Start bot" button on the right-hand side of this page to open the spider's form:

2. Enter the details

Give your "Job" a meaningful title, and optionally specify (or create) a project folder:

3. Enter the company’s LinkedIn profile URL.

You can scrape up to 500 profiles per session:

4. Set up notifications

Specify if you would like to receive a notification when the grabber completes the crawl:

5. Start the bot!

Click "Start bot" button on the right-hand side:

That's it! You will be taken to your "Jobs" section. The software is now working and will notify you once it's done.

Data output

After the bot completes the job you can download your data as an Excel (XLSX), CSV or JSON file.

To use this bot you need to register or log in first.

Frequently asked questions

Copy the company’s LinkedIn profile URL and insert it into a special field. The bot will do the rest. You can scrape up to 500 company profiles at a time.

Fill in the necessary fields and start the bot. After it has completed its work, you will see several icons in your Jobs section, including (XLSX), CSV and JSON. Click on one of them and download your data as a spreadsheet.

Yes, provided that you scrape public information only. Scraping the information that the user has marked as private is prohibited. All our bots extract only public information, thus not violating any LinkedIn rules.

Endpoint: POST

Request body:

input string or array of strings (required)
Linkedin company URLs

Paste company LinkedIn links, click! - and the bot is doing my work while I'm writing a report. Two birds killed with one stone. Ain't automation wonderful?


A bot that needs no description. Easy to use even for automation newbies like me. The trick was to insert the right URL (you should take the LinkedIn company URL, not the company's website) but now I know.


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