Video Technology Company, Shootsta, Announces Official Opening of Global HQ in Singapore
Leading video technology company, Shootsta, officially announces the opening of its global headquarters in Singapore. The HQ will be led by Shootsta’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mike Pritchett, based in Singapore, together with Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Tim Moylan, who relocated to Singapore in February.
Founded in 2015 in Sydney, Shootsta swiftly scaled from a startup to a global company, currently servicing 250 clients in five markets across four continents. Shootsta began operations in Asia in 2017 and since then has witnessed the accelerated growth of the company in relation to both its internal team and client base.
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The country’s position as an international hub was one of the key driving factors behind Shootsta’s decision to officially make Singapore its global HQ. Singapore will serve as a crucial base as Shootsta continues to expand the brand across the Asian region.
“As we continue to effectively service our global clients at scale, this move made perfect sense. Singapore’s technological advancement, level of connectivity, and accessibility are unrivalled, making this decision a no-brainer!” said Tim Moylan, CTO at Shootsta.
Mike Pritchett, Shootsta’s Founder and CEO commented, “In spite of the global pandemic, Singapore continues to produce world-class technology in an environment that bolsters innovation. Having Tim join me in Singapore is fantastic for the success of our business and together, we’ll continue to help our clients transform effectively during these testing times.”
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This announcement follows Shootsta’s most recent development in April, where the company announced the launch of a suite of new digital products. Originally intending to launch in the second half of 2020, Shootsta brought forward its plans to expand beyond corporate video to facilitate the increasing need from companies to communicate digitally during COVID-19.
Moylan continued, “COVID-19 has encouraged businesses to boost communications in an effort to sustain the level of trust with their stakeholders and keep their brand front of mind. Shootsta’s mission to promote timely and authentic communication through digital content remains more relevant than ever.”
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