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Squarespace & CreativeMornings

In 2012, CM’s NYC team was wide-eyed over the possibility of hosting an upcoming event at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Squarespace would soon reach out to us at the most opportune moment, and their timely support would help make breakfast in the Great Hall and George Lois on The Met’s grand stage a reality.

Since then, Squarespace has been in CM’s corner month after month. From presenting global themes on “Money,” “The Future,” and most recently “Childhood,” to generously backing our Kickstarter to build an archive of every talk, CreativeMornings would not be what it is today without our Manhattan friend at our back.

Founded in a dorm room by Anthony Casalena 10 years ago, Squarespace still pursues the same mission today: to provide creative tools that help anyone give a voice to their ideas. By now, millions of websites have been created on their platform, and we’ve long respected just how much they value design. This weekend is especially exciting as Squarespace gears up for a 30-second spot which will air during Sunday’s Super Bowl.

As we kick off 2014, we’re thrilled to have Squarespace’s longterm support as our Official Partner for Online Publishing. Together, we can continue to extend CM’s free events to local creative communities around the world.

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