How Shootitlive went from kick-ass demo to international breakthrough


The fascinating story of how @Shootitlive went from kick-ass demo to international expansion as told by @Pingdom

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Shootitlive in Wired magazine

Check out the September edition of Wired Magazine UK where Shootitlive is featured as one of Europe’s hottest startups. In the section Every hot startup. Every rising star: Wired’s definitive 2011 list you’ll find the hottest startup in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Paris, Tel Aviv and Moscow.

Among the other 11 cool startups featured in the Stockholm section are Videoplaza, Bambuser and Stardoll. The blurb about Shootitlive says: Set up by Eivind Vogel-Rödin and Martin Levy in 2008, Shootitlive allows images and video clips to go from camera to web in seconds. It is used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers and The Times used the platform for its royal-wedding coverage

Early 2011 we were selected to participate in Seedcamp London together with 19 other handpicked startups, but had to decline. And during the spring we were selected as one of the 2011 Red Herring Europe finalists. And now to be featured as one of Europe’s hottest startup by Wired Magazine is totally amazing and we are honored by the acknowledgment.

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