More than just the Sky Tower – startup launches image library

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WELLINGTON, Today: Wellington startup Excio has launched an innovative token-based model for stock images that benefits both the end-user and the photographers.

CEO Ana Lyubich said: “Excio is here to shake up the stock image game.

“Excio provides imagery of New Zealand, so users no longer have to sift through endless pictures of the Sky Tower taken at different angles.

“Anyone in New Zealand looking for a stock image that beautifully represents our country knows it can be a challenge.

“Excio provides imagery of New Zealand, so users no longer have to sift through endless pictures of the Sky Tower taken at different angles. However, we also make sure to represent other corners of the world in our content library.


“Users no longer have to sift through endless pictures of the Sky Tower taken at different angles.”

“The team has worked closely with the photography community to produce quality images that anyone can use.

“We personally process every image to ensure quality and ensure our photographers capture something for everyone.”

The platform is powered by PhotoTokens.

Excio’s 30 foundation supporters include Southern Cross Healthcare, the Institute of Directors, Wellington City Council, and design agency AKQA.

Lyubich: “One of Excio’s PhotoTokens will cost a company $500 for what is effectively a library card that provides them with ongoing access to all images in the Excio Library.”


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