Qwiki is like a visual Wikipedia.It turns information into quick videos with pictures, maps and voiceovers, and it just partnered with Bing.
Now when you search for things on Bing, Qwiki videos pop up as the second result — just in case you want to watch what you’re searching for rather than read about it.
We took a tour of the startup’s new office in New York City where thirteen people are making the world searchable through video.
It was founded in 2010 by Doug Imbruce and has raised more than $10 million to date.
Qwiki's in-house studio. The product is designed to let anyone make their own videos, so Qwiki keeps its studio pretty basic.
Justin Windle is a front-end developer who has been with Qwiki for 3 months. He made the move from San Fransisco to New York with the company. Every employee has a big, shiny Mac on his/her desk.
Hanjie Ji is originally from Shanghai, China and has been with Qwiki for about a year. A back-end engineer, he joined Qwiki after graduating from the University of Rochester.
Danielle Abraham is the Director of Qwiki Love, a quirky way of saying she heads up Biz Dev, Onboarding, and corporate communications - a lady with many hats.
He is kind of the sheriff around here. He got the props during a company party and he showed off his badge.
Rasmus Knutsson, originally from Sweden, is Qwiki's Creative Director. He lived in London before joining Qwiki in Palo Alto and then moved with it to New York. There's only one Qwiki employee left in San Francisco.
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