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Issuu software is used by several online publications. The company was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2006 by Michael Hansen, Ruben Bjerg Hansen, Mikkel Jensen, and Martin Ferro-Thomsen. In 2014, issuu released Clip, a tool that allows readers to take a snapshot of any part of a publication and share that on social media or through email.
That year the company had around 80 million monthly unique visitors, with 32 million monthly arriving from web or mobile searches. Page views for the company reached about seven to eight billion per month. Publications are available in thirty different languages. In 2016, unique visitors per month increased to around 100 million per month and the number of publications available on Issuu reached 30 million.
In early 2013, the company opened an office in Palo Alto, California and appointed CEO Joe Hyrkin, formerly of Reverb, Trinity Ventures, and Yahoo! The company soon moved its headquarters to the Palo Alto location.
Upon the move, the founders of Issuu stated that they chose Palo Alto as they saw social media and digital distribution partnerships as the key to its growth, rather than focusing mostly on publishing relationships. That round of investment was led by KDDI and Sunstone. In 2012 Issuu partnered with Peecho, to embed a cloud printing button into Issuu publication documents.