WeddingWire is expanding and adding 200 new jobs
WeddingWire Inc., the leading global online marketplace for the wedding and event industry, has announced plans to expand its corporate headquarters in Montgomery County.
Currently located in Chevy Chase, WeddingWire is confirmed to lease a total of 68,000 square-feet of space in the county to accommodate its continued growth. As part of the expansion, the company plans to add 200 new jobs to its existing workforce of more than 350 local employees.
“On behalf of the entire WeddingWire Team, I share our excitement and commitment to WeddingWire’s continued growth in Montgomery County, Maryland,” said Timothy Chi, CEO and Co-Founder, WeddingWire. “WeddingWire was founded nearly 10 years ago in my living room in Chevy Chase and the State of Maryland has been a wonderful place to grow our business. With access to valuable resources and incredible talent, we look forward to our extended residency here in Montgomery County.”
Launched in 2007, WeddingWire connects engaged couples with over 400,000 creative event professionals, like wedding venues and photographers, through an extensive database of reviewed vendors. In 2012, the company landed a $25 million equity investment and has since ranked annually on Inc. Magazine’s 500|5000 fastest growing companies and Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 lists. Today, the company’s portfolio spans 15 countries covering North America, Latin America and Europe, where last year it acquired the top international wedding resource as part of its global expansion. WeddingWire’s international services host more than 10 million unique users each month.
“WeddingWire has consistently ranked among the fastest-growing technology companies in the country and we are proud to support their expansion here in Maryland,” said Governor Larry Hogan, who visited the company and met with employees in April. “Our administration is committed to making sure Maryland is truly open for business and partnering with innovative companies like WeddingWire demonstrates our state is a place where all businesses can grow and thrive.”