Shutterstock Continues to Meet Demand for High Quality Imagery in Asia and Launches Website in Korean and Thai Languages
Global image marketplace now supports twenty languages worldwide
NEW YORK, Aug. 8, 2013Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), a leading global provider of digital imagery, today announced translations of its website into two new languages, Korean and Thai. The expansion brings the total number of languages supported by Shutterstock to twenty, and reflects the Company's goal of providing easier access, a better experience and more effective search for Asia's fast-growing creative communities."Shutterstock has been doing business in both Korea and Thailand since day one and we've seen their appetite for high quality imagery continue to grow rapidly," said Vice President of International, Gerd Mittmann. "With the addition of Korean and Thai, we now support four Asian languages including Chinese and Japanese, which has enriched the creative experience for thousands of customers. This is another positive step in our goal to localize access, content and search for customers around the world."In celebration of this announcement, Shutterstock has curated lightboxes with images inspired by Korea and Thailand.
About Shutterstock, Inc.
Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), directly and through its group subsidiaries, is a leading global provider of high-quality licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations, videos and music to businesses, marketing agencies and media organizations around the world. Working with its growing community of over 450,000 contributors, Shutterstock adds hundreds of thousands of images each week, and currently has more than 200 million images and more than 10 million video clips available.
Headquartered in New York City, Shutterstock has offices around the world and customers in more than 150 countries. The company also owns Bigstock, a value-oriented stock media agency; Shutterstock Custom, a custom content creation platform; Offset, a high-end image collection; PremiumBeat a curated royalty-free music library; and Rex Features, a premier source of editorial images for the world's media.
Siobhan Aalders and Niamh Hughes