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Squarespace Inc., an industry-leading Web publishing platform founded by Mtech Hinman CEOs Program alumnus Anthony Casalena (2005) has been named to the Inc. 500 list of America's fastest-growing private companies for the third straight year.

Here is the company's three-year growth data:

  • 2011 ranking: #438

  • 3-year growth: 795%

  • 2010 Revenue: $11.7 million

  • 2007 Revenue: $1.3 million

  • Employees: 52

  • Employee growth: 47

Now based in New York City, Squarespace offers a fully hosted, completely managed environment for creating and maintaining a website, blog or portfolio. Squarespace's SaaS platform powers tens of thousands of websites worldwide. Businesses, bloggers, Web developers and artists use Squarespace to quickly and easily create and maintain professional, high-quality websites.

Squarespace was a 2004 winner of the University of Maryland $75K Business Plan Competition.

View Squarespace's Inc. 500 profile | Watch the video tour of how easy Squarespace makes it to build a website


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