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This Month in Markforged News

A lot has happened over the past month at Markforged!

It’s been a busy month at Markforged, with several new and exciting achievements to share. Here are some of the most recent stories to come from our company!

Boston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” List

Courtesy of Boston Business Journal

Boston Business Journal published its 40 Under 40 list after sifting through over 350 nominations from around Massachusetts. Greg Mark, CEO at Markforged, was among those listed. Boston Business Journal's market president and publisher, Carolyn Jones, said “this year’s class really does represent the best and the brightest in Massachusetts.” A huge congratulations to Greg!

New VP of Sales, Services, and Partnerships

With a huge year ahead of us, we are pleased to announce the promotion of Darcey Harrison from Vice President, Commercial Sales to Global Vice President of Sales, Services and Partnerships. Darcey has been with the company since August 2017, and has made a huge impact on Markforged’s growth. A huge congratulations to her during this exciting time!

Deloitte’s “2018 North America Technology Fast 500” List

Courtesy of Deloitte

Deloitte unveiled it 2018 North America Technology Fast 500” list, which saw Markforged at #10 with a three-year growth rate of 12687% between 2014 and 2017. Of the top ten companies, Markforged was the sole hardware company to be listed. Sandra Shira, Deloitte Vice Chairman of US Technology, Media & Telecommunications, said "These companies are innovators who have converted their disruptive ideas into useful products, services and experiences that can captivate new customers and drive remarkable growth."

Forbes’ “The Next Billion-Dollar Startups 2018” List

Courtesy of Forbes

Markforged was recently featured in Forbes’ The Next Billion-Dollar Startups 2018” list. Forbes reached out to 200 venture capital firms and requested they nominate the business they deemed to be the next billion-dollar startup. Revenue, funding, and recent valuation were all taken into account to find the next unicorns, and the list was whittled down from over 100 to 25. We’re so pleased, humbled, and honored to have been included!

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