Cap That Turns Photos, Videos Into Products, Gets $2.3M
A new, Los Angeles startup is looking to help users take those videos on Viddy, as well as photos they've taken and shared on Instagram--and turn those into products such as t-shirts, decals, mugs, wall art, and more. Cap That said it just raised $2.3M in a Series B funding from Intertainment Media to fund its business, which connects with Viddy, Facebook, and Instagram and lets users create their own custom merchandise. The new startup said it will offer apparel, canvas prints, laptop skins, game controllers, iPhone cases all based on a user's social media. The firm's CEO and co-founder is David Hibbard, and the company was co-founded by Micah Katz.
posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 (Link to more information)

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