In July 2011, NYI (www.nyi.net)
Richard Taylor, Head of Production at Alamy, commented: “We continue to sign deals with international companies, and to expand our global footprint.
“We are also committed to ensuring service levels and speed remain as consistent as possible for our global client base. As such, we will be making further announcements in relation to infrastructure upgrades, underpinning our planned growth.”
Fabienne Read, US Sales Team Manager at Alamy, added: “Our plan is to make Alamy the fastest stock photography site in the US, and we have already seen there is a real appetite from West Coast clients for both the size and eclectic nature of the Alamy collection.”
“What Etsy did for the arts and crafts community, Alamy is doing for photography,”
Notes to editors
Alamy is the world’s largest online stock photo site. It connects thousands of designers, marketing departments, news desks, and publishers with some of the best professional and amateur photographers around.
Alamy does not make editorial judgments on pictures, nothing is rejected providing the quality is acceptable – it lets the customer choose the pictures they want.
Alamy’s revolutionary approach to the stock photography business means 60 percent of each sale is paid to the content owner – the lion’s share or the revenue earned.
See about Alamy for more information.
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