Cloud video production platform 90 Seconds launches in AustraliaBy Briana Healey in Media News on Wednesday, 20th July 2016 at 9:53am
Cloud video production platform and marketplace 90 Seconds has launched in Australia, following its recent AU$10 million funding injection from Sequoia Capital. With brand new offices in Sydney and Melbourne, 90 Seconds now offers a full time team of 15 and over 700 creators in Australia.
90 Seconds is a cloud video production platform and marketplace allowing brands to purchase, plan, shoot, edit and review video anywhere in the world, online and on mobile. The company has worked with more than 1,000 brands including Uber, Barclays, PayPal, Visa and Sony to produce high quality, fast, easy and affordable video content.
90 Seconds positions itself as the only platform currently available to help streamline the costs of shooting across multiple locations, and also provides seaml...
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