Filecamp was founded in 2010 by Keld Vraakjaer and Jesper Faurby, two Danish entrepreneurs with a background in graphic and advertising industries. Filecamp is a web-based platform thats performs Media Asset Management, Digital Assest Management, collaboration, as well as other features. Filecamp has grown to approx. 25,000 users and is now operating in more than 30 countries.
Notable names like Wall Street Journal and HBO, global corporations like Unilever, FSC and LEGO, and even small companies and freelancers are all using Filecamp’s technology to share files and collaborate with their clients and partners.
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