Its AI enables the creation of personalised photo albums, which it says cuts down the process of creating a photobook from two hours to about five minutes. It was founded in 2016 by chief executive Liam Houghton, 30 and chief technology officer Tom Cohen, 33, and has raised £6.8m, including a £3m round in October last year, from investors including Octopus Investments and Pembroke VCT. It launched in America in November last year and is planning to expand its presence internationally: three quarters of its £7.3m sales in 2019 comes from overseas, and its app is translated into 12 languages. It is forecasting sales of £20m this year.
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