|Industry||Social Media Marketing, Email Marketing, Email service provider (marketing)|
|Key people||Ben Chestnut
|Parent||Rocket Science Group |
It is a web-based application, although data can be downloaded and for some features there is an offline application.
The company's logo is a chimpanzee, and the site includes numerous chimp-related graphics and humor on its website and in its communications. The chimp imagery reflects the lighthearted style central to the company's culture.
MailChimp began as a paid service and added a freemium option eight years later. It was originally going to be called ChimpMail, but the name was changed after the company discovered that they could not get that domain name.
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