WorthPoint, the world’s leading provider of valuation and associated services for art, antiques and collectibles, announced this week that they had topped 10,000 customers. At a entry price point of$9.95 a month the company has also surpassed a $1 million revenue run rate. While pulling in over 1.5 million unique visitors per month, according to CEO Will Seippel WorthPoint is just getting started. Over the coming months they intend to press on the product and customer development gas by continuing to vastly expand the Worthopedia price guide, introduce search enhancements, community forums, and mobile applications.
Founded in 2007, WorthPoint has become the world’s largest online resource for researching the value of art, antiques and collectibles. The company helps collectors accurately assess the worth of their items and provides expert advice from its international team of Worthologists on how to preserve or sell antiques and collectibles. In 2008 WorthPoint was lured from from Northern Virginia to ATDC in Technology Square. Two years later WorthPoint is becoming a nice little tech economic development success story.