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The Next Web (TNW) is a technology-focused media company that manages several initiatives focused on international technology news, business, and culture. Its brands include TNW Blog, TNW Events, TNW Deals, and TNW Academy.
The Next Web expands its global presence on and off its website through content syndication, with events that bring the tech-ecosystem together, and the addition of new channels and online services that come out of The Next Web Labs. Its online publication has editions in Europe, Latin America, and North America. The website has more than 7.2 million monthly visits and 9.5 million monthly page views.
The Next Web Events organizes tech conferences that enable the international tech community to meet, do business, and learn about the latest trends in web and mobile. It also organizes smaller events such as the Startup Awards, Bowlr, and its developers’ conference, Kings of Code.
The Next Web Deals is an online marketplace that offers products and services related to software, e-learning, lifestyle, designer assets, gadgets, and accessories.
The TNW Academy offers online courses.
Twitter Counter, Social Statistics.com, Paydro.com, Press.doc, and Spread.us are some of the startups funded by The Next Web Labs.
The Next Web was co-founded by Arjen Schat, Patrick Laive, and Boris Zanten in 2006 and is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Current Team (30)Update
|Jun 19, 2016||Venture Beat - A look at Amsterdam’s electric startup scene|
|Feb 17, 2016||Mediagazer - Cablevision customers can now live stream CBS when away from home|
|Nov 23, 2015||Entrepeneur Magazine - 14 Hot Web Design Trends From 2015|
|Oct 27, 2015||Techstars - Announcing The Launch of The Lang Scholars Program at Techstars NYC|
|Oct 21, 2015||Techstars - Entrepreneur Resources|
|Aug 15, 2015||Venture Beat - Europe, it’s time we built our own Silicon Valley|
|Jul 27, 2015||Cult of Mac - Editor's note: Welcome to the new Cult of Mac|
|Jul 7, 2015||TechWorld (AU) - The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, July 7|
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The Next Web (Headquarters)
Amsterdam, 1017 XN