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ExactTarget acquires Australian distributor

August 24, 2010
E-mail marketing firm's purchase of mPath gives company a presence in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The acquisition is the third for ExactTarget in the past year.
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ExactTarget reports record quarterly revenue

April 30, 2010
The Indianapolis-based e-mail marketing firm posted revenue of $29 million in the first three months of the year, a 37-percent increase from the same period last year.
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ExactTarget acquires Twitter support company

March 2, 2010
ExactTarget will use San Francisco-based CoTweet, which helps companies manage multiple Twitter accounts, for social-media product development.
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ExactTarget reports record annual results

February 9, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Locally based e-mail marketing firm opens London office, adds big-name clients and secures $145 million in venture capital.
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Law firm Alerding Castor Hewitt hires ExactTarget's ex-general counselRestricted Content

January 9, 2010
Peter Schnitzler
William Boncosky spent seven years at the ExactTarget, a span when the firm's employment grew from 14 to 500.
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$75M investment in ExactTarget may be Indianapolis recordRestricted Content

December 5, 2009
Chris O'Malley
The amount raised since October is in addition to the $69.9 million it received in May from three venture firms on the coasts, in what was the third-largest venture deal in the nation during the second quarter, according to the National Venture Capital Association.
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Local tech duo connects to embed video product into e-mail marketing

October 31, 2009
 IBJ Staff
Cantaloupe.TV, known for its video marketing expertise, has been working closely with locally based ExactTarget, the well-known e-mail marketing firm, to give ExactTarget’s clients an easier way of embedding video into e-mails.
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ExactTarget enters European market through acquisition

September 8, 2009
Indianapolis-based ExactTarget announced this morning that it has launched a new international division in London following its acquisition of Keymail Marketing.
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Voice-mail firm's latest product helps clients collect overdue debtsRestricted Content

December 1, 2008
Scott Olson
A growing number of companies strapped for cash and struggling to pay their bills on time is presenting an unusual opportunity for Vontoo Inc., a local IT firm.
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ExactTarget accurately predicts its fast growth

September 17, 2007
Tammy Lieber
ExactTarget Inc.'s 2005 announcement that it would be moving into 30,000 square feet on Monument Circle and hiring 100 people over seven years seemed ambitious. Indianapolis was littered with the ashes of once-high-flying technology startups that had flamed out. But ExactTarget is fast becoming one of the city's biggest technology success stories.
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