Crowdsourced design marketplace 99designs launched 10 years ago this week, so I talked to CEO Patrick Llewellyn (who joined in 2009) about the anniversary, and where the company goes from here. Turns
PromisePay, an Australia-headquartered fintech startup that specializes in payments for online marketplaces, has raised $10 million in fresh capital for growth.
With its design contest model, <a target="_blank" href="http://99designs.com">99designs</a> seems to have <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/08/06/design-competition-model-is-working-for-99desi
Love them or hate them, 99designs’ design contest model is working pretty well, going by its latest figures. The Melbourne, Australian company now pays out about $2 million per month to designer
<a target="_blank" href="http://99designs.com/">99designs</a>, the polarizing crowdsourced design marketplace, announced its first acquisition tonight, as the Accel-backed startup scooped up its Europ
Back in April, <a href="http://99designs.com/">99designs</a> raised a sizable, <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/04/28/accel-invests-35m-in-99designs-after-years-of-trying/">$35 million series
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