Protospace started it’s life in St. Louis in the mid 90’s as an Internet 1.0 startup. The founders had the goal of coming up with an idea, getting a prototype built, then selling out for lots and lots of cash. Protospace died in the early part of the 21st century, having spent lots of money and more or less being deflated in the first internet bubble pop.

We’re not going use any hyperbole and claim Protospace has risen from the ashes as a bright new phoenix. Nothing like that has happened. Protospace exists to help you improve your internet presence. Our niche is small businesses that are looking to improve their face on the internet. We don’t do anything and everything. We just do a few things and do them well.

If you are a small business with a web site that hasn’t changed since you paid to have it designed, we can help you. If you would like to engage your customers on a regular basis, we can help you. If you’d like to leverage social media (Facebook and Twitter), we can help you. At Protosopace, we help you build your business.

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2 comments on “About
  1. rob says:

    Wow how’d I get here..

  2. Matt Rygelski says:

    Didn’t they also create something called FirstVoice? I remember seeing it at a trade show in California once.

    It it was a darn fine phone system. Years ahead of its time. I think Asterix is just now getting to where FirstVoice was a decade ago. But, alas, the lure of the internet postcard was too much….