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Monday, September 13, 2004; Page E05

Name: Squarespace, Inc.

Location: College Park

Big Idea: Created a Web publishing platform that allows users to publish multi-page Web sites incorporating picture galleries, Web logs, discussion forums, reading lists and other features. Users do not need to know HTML or CSS.

_____Local Tech News_____
Squarespace Lets Users Manage Multi-Page Web Sites (The Washington Post, Sep 13, 2004)
TECHWORKING: Cigital Inc. (The Washington Post, Sep 13, 2004)
Acquisition Nets Big Clients (The Washington Post, Sep 10, 2004)
More Headlines
Tech Events Calendar
_____Start-up Archive_____
Squarespace Lets Users Manage Multi-Page Web Sites (The Washington Post, Sep 13, 2004)
Keeping Tabs on Invoices to Avoid Billing Errors (The Washington Post, Sep 6, 2004)
JackBe's Technology Cuts to the Quick (The Washington Post, Aug 30, 2004)
Unanet's Software Lets Managers Watch Work in Progress (The Washington Post, Aug 23, 2004)

Founded: 2003

Web site: www.squarespace.comWho's in charge: Anthony Casalena, chief executive, and his father, Tony Casalena, chief operating officer.

Funding: The company was funded by Anthony and Tony Casalena. Squarespace won the 2004 University of Maryland Business Plan Competition and a prize of $15,000.

Employees: Anthony and Tony Casalena.

Big-Name Clients: Harry Siegel, publisher of New Partisan, (www.newpartisan.com) an online magazine covering politics, culture and the arts.


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