Weebly eyes marketplace growth with Old Town Scottsdale headquarters

Weebly, a website creation service, hosted Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane Thursday, Nov. 6 during a grand opening ceremony marking the opening of the company’s operations headquarters in Old Town Scottsdale.

This new operations headquarters is poised to support the company’s growing customer base and will hire up to 250 employees over the next three years, according to a press release.

From left are Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, and Weebly co-founders David Rusenko and Chris Vanini. (Submitted photo)

From left are Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, and Weebly co-founders David Rusenko and Chris Vanini. (Submitted photo)

The operations headquarters will further support Weebly’s 25 million customers as they start their web sites and businesses, the release states.

Weebly is a website creation service that gives people an easy, intuitive way to start something and create their own unique, high-quality site, blog or online store with no prior web development experience.

The service boasts 25 million customer accounts and is continuing to see real opportunity for entrepreneurs to build a business, sell things online and promote their ideas.

In April, Weebly was valued at $455M and announced a $35M round of funding from Sequoia and Tencent, the release states.

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