Snaptee Gets $600K In Seed Funding To Turn Smartphone Users Into T-Shirt Designers thoughts
With just a few taps on the screen of your iOS device, Snaptee lets you turn your photos into stylish graphic t-shirts and sell them. Ten thousand designs have already been created by the app’s users since it went live in July and now the Hong Kong-based company’s founders have secured $600,000 in seed funding from a group of Hong Kong and Singapore investors, including Yat Siu of Outblaze Management Team and Animoca, Chris Lee of 6waves, Mikaal Abdulla from 8 Securities (a Techcrunch Disrupt Beijing finalist), Singapore-based angel investor Emanuel R. Breiter and Hong Kong-based investor Tytus Michalski of Fresco Capital.
Snaptee founders Wai Lun Hong and Gary Lee’s previous project was Hong Kong daily deal website Gobuya, which the duo launched in 2010 and bootstrapped to $5 million revenue in two years without outside funding. Though there are plenty of DIY t-shirt websites out there, Hong…
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