Eggsprout Comes Out of Beta

Seattle, WA, August 15, 2009 --( Eggsprout, a Seattle web startup, came out of beta today after a successful three-month private beta period. Eggsprout allows professional groups such as associations, universities, and alumni, networking, and student groups to better manage their members, events, and communications online.

Networks that were created in the beta period included Seattle Pacific University career center, Zillow alumni group, UW CSE alumni, Hawaii Jobs, Pacific Northwest Networking, among others. “We’ve been very happy in the last two months with how our users are using their networks that they’ve created on our site,” says Brian Ma, founder and CEO, “We’ve made tons of improvements based on their feedback and are ready to open it up to the public.”

Eggsprout’s platform allows anyone to create a professional network and add features to it including the ability to add a forum, job board, professional profiles, as well as manage members, events, and sponsors. The platform is free and supported by premium services. To try out Eggsprout's service, go to and sign up to create your network on the homepage.

About Eggsprout is a professional group management solution founded in early 2008 with headquarters in Bellevue Washington. Eggsprout believes professional networking is key to career development and seeks to make it easy for anyone to get plugged into a professional community. Eggsprout has 7 employees and is funded privately.

About Brian Ma

Brian Ma