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NextMonet  Merged with Visualize (2001)

96 Jessie Street 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
USA
(415)-977-6900
Website Company Summary Management Team
Management

President/COO/Operations: Tim Clare (2003)
Finance: Kevin Shahan
Technology: Doug Kaye
Sales/Marketing: Mark Anderson
Not listed on the website: (May no longer be at the company) Alan Krantzler*;  Marion Kwon*
Former Employees: Angelika Stalman Michael Ahearn
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Company

Business description: NextMonet is the leading publisher and direct marketer of limited edition fine art and source of original art. Founded with the goal of making fine art more accessible, the Company offers one of the largest collections of original and limited edition fine art for sale in the world. NextMonet's three sales channels — catalog, website, and wholesale — cater to consumers, corporate customers, the trade, and selected art gallery and frame shop retailers. The NextMonet Editions catalog (formerly the Visualize catalog), offers a range of affordable, limited edition fine art prints as an easy first step into the world of collecting art. The catalog is updated to feature newly available artworks and mailed to customers quarterly. The www.nextmonet.com website showcases all of NextMonet's product line, including original artworks and prints not currently featured in the catalog.
Partners include: Abilizer SolutionsAltaVistaPeoplePCRespond.com;  Bravata;  GiftCertificates.com;  iGive.com;  Imagitas
Capital

Rounds: 5
Recent Fundings: Feb 2002   Dec 2000
Capital raised: 23.1M
Ownership: Merged with Visualize (2001)
VCs include: CMGI@VenturesOffroad Capital
Corporate investors: Knight Ridder;  Fosteria

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Overview
Record updated: Sep 2003
Sector: Internet
Year Founded: 1998
Headcount: 11-25 as of Apr 1999
Rounds: 5
Recent Fundings: Feb 2002   Dec 2000
Capital Raised: 23.1M
Ownership: Merged with Visualize (2001)