Ex Getty business VP founds StockUnlimited offering ‘Netflix model’ image subscription service

As published in thedrum.com Christian Toksvig, StockUnlimited founder and CEO Christian Toksvig, former Getty Images business vice president, is set on taking a bite of his old employer’s market by founding ‘StockUnlimited’ – a subscription based service offering unlimited access to stock image content. The service, which entered beta today (Wednesday 11 February) will offer subscribers
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StockUnlimited Brings The Netflix Model To Stock Imagery, Starting With Vector Graphics

As published in techcrunch.com While it’s easy enough to find stock imagery online, buying those images and graphics typically involves signing up for pricey plans that give you a limited number of credits per month. StockUnlimited wants to bring some fresh wind into this industry. Instead of limiting users to a set monthly allowance, StockUnlimited charges
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Web log: New all-you-can-eat graphics service for the web

As published in irishtimes.com Whether you’re a blogger or run a website, getting fresh, high-quality graphics regularly can be costly. The all-you-can-eat pricing model has worked its way into entertainment via Netflix and Spotify, and perhaps it will work with images too. StockUnlimited is a new venture with the former head of business development for
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StockUnlimited wants to be Spotify for stock images

As published in TechInAsia.com The “Spotify of this”, “Netflix for that” model is growing more popular all the time where creative content is concerned. It’s no wonder, really; unlimited and easy access to a boatload of content for a low, flat fee? Sign me up! Even as chinks are beginning to show on Spotify’s armor,
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