Photomyne



More by

Pitch your Startup, App or Hardware or post a Startup Event or Startup Job

Startup NamePhotomyne
What problem are you solving?Old photo albums and pictures hold our most precious memories and personal history. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to access, share and enjoy them the way we do with digital photos. Existing digitization services are expensive, time consuming and require physical delivery that can entail the risk of damage or loss.
What is your solution?Photomyne enables smartphone users to digitize photo albums in the quickest, safest, and most convenient way. Using a smartphone’s camera, Photomyne allows users to scan multiple photos in a single shot without taking them out of the album. In turn, it automatically recognizes the individual photos, crops, and enhances them to instantly create a beautiful digital photo album.
Target MarketConsumers, age 40 and above, iPhone users, Digital photo album
How will you make money?Through sales
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?Nir Tzemah – Seasoned entrepreneur, co-founder of LabPixies (acquired by Google).
Omer Shoor – Mobile development expert. Founded Photogene, a very successful iPhone photo editing application.
Yair Segalovitz – VP, investment banking; MBA from New York University.
Natalie Verter – vast experience in consumer and enterprise markets. Senior UX designer in HP.
Founders NamesYair Segalovitz
Founders EmailNA
What type of funding has the company received? NA
If you have a press kit or image gallery please provide a link (optional) 

NA

Website www.photomyne.com
Twitter Handlephotomyne
[lc-response-form id=1]

Pitch your Startup, App or Hardware or post a Startup Event or Startup Job

This book will change your life

 

 

Learn about OKRs - Objectives & Key Results, the management system that Google & Intel use to achieve massive growth

 

You can use OKRs to massively accelerate your startup and personal life.

 

Written by John Doerr the legendary Venture Capitalist who invested $12m into Google which became $3 billion a few years later.

 

He also invested in Amazon, Intuit, Zynga, Compaq, Netscape, Macromedia, Symantec, Sun & dozens of other companies.

 

Subscribe to our irregular email & get a 2-month Amazon Audible trial with 2 free books

 

PS Free book offer only for new Audible trials