Investor Relations at JumpStory
JumpStory’s goal is to transform and simplify the $5 billion stock photo industry – like what Netflix did to movies and Spotify to music.
JumpStory - The Netflix of Images
The world of stock photos is ‘stock in the past’. The images are cheesy. The pricing models are complex, and the license terms are even worse.
JumpStory is reinventing the entire industry with:
- A unique curation-model that is extremely scalable
- A simplified value proposition with one price and one license
- A unique AI-solution to identify authentic and high-performing images.
We solve three major pain points for our customers:
- Expensive pricing. We charge a small monthly fee for unlimited use
- Time-waste. We use AI to only show authentic & relevant images
- Complex licensing. We use one simple license & a global insurance.
JumpStory has customers in +150 countries, and our unique services are available on the platform as well as through integrations with MarTech leaders such as WordPress, SEMrush, Efficy, APSIS and others.
KPIs & Milestones
Market, Company & Traction
David Heinemeier Hansson – founder of Basecamp & Investor in JumpStory
Investing in JumpStory
Since JumpStory was founded in the summer of 2018, we have grown rapidly. Currently we serve customers in over 150 countries, hire new people every month and have raised $3 million from business angels and private investors. Among our investors are people like David Heinemeier Hansson – creator of Ruby and Rails and founder of Basecamp.
We expect to raise more money in the future, so if you’re interested in becoming part of the journey, go ahead and sign up for our quarterly Investor Relations newsletter … and/or contact our Co-founder Jonathan Low.
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Dare to be different
David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of Ruby on Rails and founder of Basecamp. He is also an investor in JumpStory. Here’s why:
“With JumpStory you’re free from worrying about surprise legal claims, and also free from the often staged and expensive world of traditional stock photography. I love this mission.”