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The LeaseWeb Startups Program: giving new businesses a flying start

StartUps_02_ConsultationNot so long ago – relatively speaking – LeaseWeb was a startup company. We were three guys crammed into a tiny office with not much more equipment than a phone, a couple of personal computers and a fax machine. Twenty or so years on, just look at us: a $100 million dollar company employing over 370 talented people on three continents. So when we set up a special Startups Program, believe us, we know what new businesses need to succeed.

Why we’ve launched the LeaseWeb Startups Program
We recognized that we are in a pretty unique position. On the one hand, we obviously have an understanding of infrastructure that’s second to none. And, on the other, we have this strong connection with startups. We understand the issues that are most important to them – uptime, scalability, profitability, and so on – which means that we are perfectly placed to partner with them and help nurture their growth.

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Read our CEO's reflections on the amazing growth that has made LeaseWeb the company it is today: blog.leaseweb.com/2017/04/26/loo… #LeaseWeb20

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"Mens sana in corpore sano" - Our team in training for last year's Viking Run #LeaseWeb20 #throwbackthursday

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