The Next Web
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|Type of site||Technology news|
|Available in||English, Dutch, French, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian|
|Created by||Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, Patrick de Laive, Arjen Schat|
|Editor||Ziad M. Kane|
|Alexa rank||1,130 (April 2014[update])|
The Next Web (TNW) was founded in 2008 and manages several initiatives focused on international technology news, business and culture. The Next Web Events division organizes the TNW Conference, TNW Mobile Conference, TNW Bowlr and Kings of Code. In 2008, The Next Web established the TNW Blog for which the organization is now best known. The blog was originally launched as a spin-off to the events division and has grown into one of the world’s leading technology blogs. The third segment of the Next Web is TNW Labs. TNW Labs has produced several web based businesses including Twitter Counter, Paydro.com, PressDoc.com and Wakoopa.com. The fourth piece of The Next web is TNW Games which operates SquadCoach.com.
TNW's CEO is Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten and its Editor-in-Chief is Martin Bryant.
As of July 2012, The Next Web was added to the personalized reading app, Zite.com, alongside other publishers such as The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, CNN (which acquired Zite), among other notable publishers of online and print material.
As of April 2014, it reports 6,500,000 unique visitors per month and 16,800,000 pageviews per month.
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