For the fourth year in a row, WorthPoint Corporation has been named to the Inc. 5000 class of 2023, thanks to its three-year revenue growth of 135 percent.
Among the rapidly growing private companies on this year’s list, WorthPoint ranks No. 3599, a testament to our commitment toward strategic growth and improvements to our existing and new services. For example, our mobile app’s new visual search recognition allows users to take pictures of an item and instantly find matching sold-for listings sourced from the 1.3 billion images in the WorthPoint Price Guide. Furthermore, we plan to launch our existing WorthPoint Vault as a standalone product later this year.
As the world’s largest resource for identifying and valuing fine art, antiques, and collectibles, we can serve the needs of collectors, buyers, and sellers as the industry evolves.
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Will Seippel is the CEO and founder of WorthPoint, the world’s largest provider of information about art, antiques, and collectibles. Individuals and organizations use WorthPoint, an Inc. 500 company, to seek credible valuations on everything from cameras to coins. WorthPoint counts the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, and the IRS among its clients.