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BaseKit’s website architecture programming makes it simple for SMEs and website specialists to make a site rapidly and cost adequately. Established in 2008 by two siblings and a companion, BaseKit took their item to SeedCamp 2008 and won. Since SeedCamp, BaseKit has secured speculation from Eden Wanders, NESTA and Nauta conveying the aggregate raised to US$10m. BaseKit is presently exchanging the UK, US, France, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Columbia and Peru. BaseKit’s main goal is to make site creation simple and available for everyone and they are positively well on their way!
BaseKit is a simple approach to make, distribute and have sites with no specialized skill, introduce or download required.