TeamSnap provides online organizational services and mobile applications for sports teams and activity-based groups. Through its services and mobile apps, the company helps users manage various group activities with the assistance of email, text-messaging, and other features. The company is headquartered in Boulder, CO, alongside numerous other startups in the city’s burgeoning tech scene. As of 2015, the company has approximately nine million users in 195 countries. TeamSnap was originally created by the Portland-based web design firm Sparkplug, and spun off into a separate company as TeamSnap LLC. The web-based beta product launched to the public in May, 2007. In 2009, Dave DuPont joined as CEO and the company re-incorporated as TeamSnap, Inc. TeamSnap left beta with a freemium revenue model later that year and continued to add features to the web-based product, as well as later adding iOS and Android apps, as well as support for leagues. Dave DuPont was responsible for providing part of the company’s initial funding. In 2009 TeamSnap began a funding round that closed in June 2010 at $700,000. The company used the funds to develop its initial marketing efforts and to accelerate development. The company would see 400 percent revenue growth in 2010 overall. In 2011 the company raised an additional $910,000 from Trinity Ventures and eonBusiness, among others.