Barberstock Systems

Barberstock Systems

Barberstock Systems was founded when its sister company, Barbershop Films, was working with Tourism Vancouver which resulted in a Digital Asset Manager (DAM) platform. With over 80 clients, the company caters to destination marketers and the tourism industry. It is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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HQ Location
Canada
Year Founded
2008
Employees
10
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