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Corporate Profile: SmartAge Corporation

The Web can seem overwhelming to small businesses. SmartAge gives them a voice and a presence in the booming Internet economy.

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SmartAge Corp. provides Internet consulting to small businesses, offering services such as Web promotion, protection against downtime, and submission to search engines. William Lohse founded the privately held company in 1998. SmartAge has 51 employees.

Products and services
Corporate officers
  • William Lohse, chairman and CEO
  • John Thomsen, president of SmartClicks
  • Johnathan Robinson, vice president of sales
  • Christopher Dean, vice president of business development

Major investors
Major investors include Artemis Ventures, Vint Cerf, Michael Dell, El Dorado Ventures, and William Lohse.

SmartAge provides Internet marketing and Web building services to small businesses.

Strategic advantage
SmartAge offers affordable Internet consulting to smaller businesses building their presence on the Web. The company has strategic alliances with, ICat Corp., Netscape Communications, Network Solutions Inc., Ziff-Davis, and Infoseek Corp.

Sales information
Not available.
3450 California StreetSan Francisco, CA 94118Tel: 415-674-3787Fax: How does your enterprise target small businesses? Let us know by posting a comment or sending us a note.

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