Formed in 2001 as a blog solution provider in the US, Six Apart provides award-winning blogging software and services that change the way millions of individuals, organizations, and corporations connect and communicate around the world every day.
In 2003 the company founded Six Apart KK, a Japanese legal entity. In November 2010, Six Apart joined forces with VideoEgg to create a new company called SAY Media. In January 2011, Six Apart KK was wholly acquired by Infocom, a Japanese IT company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Six Apart's flagship product is the Movable Type social publishing platform, dedicated to helping businesses and bloggers manage content and thrive in today's social media landscape. Six Apart KK has assumed responsibility over all intellectual property and business operations of Movable Type, as well as trademark rights of Six Apart. The new Six Apart, a Japanese corporation formerly known as Six Apart KK, currently develops, markets, and supports Movable Type for a global user base, and also operates the company's website (www.sixapart.com).
In January 2011, Six Apart KK was wholly acquired by Infocom, a Japanese IT company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. TypePad and blogs.com are now available from SAY Media. For information on these services, please visit SAY Media's website (www.saymedia.com).
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