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Eyeka Launches Its Crowdsourced Creative Feedback Platform In The US

January 19th, 2011 01:16 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

One year ago, French startup Eyeka announced that it had raised €3 million ($4 million) to take its online alternative to the traditional focus group international. The company had raised €8 million to date and had already opened offices in Singapore. Last year, the 40-person company set-up shop in the UK and now it’s officially launching in the US, with offices in San Francisco and New York.

Eyeka was initially launched in 2006 by French serial entrepreneur, Gilles Babinet. The platfrom often gets compared to the likes of participative creative agencies (like Creads, who has also been eyeing the US market since last year) but is really more of a consumer engagement community.

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