Fresh off last month’s $16.7 million Series B raise, Framebridge has another piece of news to hang on the wall.
The D.C. startup was featured the New York Times column “The Getaway” on Aug. 25.
The article looks at companies that “allow you to upload a digital photo, have it matted, framed and delivered to your door in a matter of days.”
That fits the description of Framebridge, which The Times’ Stephanie Rosenbloom deemed “the company that won me over.”
She walks through Framebridge’s process, and the shipping department gets high marks:
Shipping is where a lot of photo websites dent your wallet, but I was delighted to find that shipping through Framebridge was included in the price. It also makes you feel like you’re not being nickeled and dimed.
After Framebridge, the column also features Denver-based Artifact Uprising, Nations Photo Lab and Printage, along with Shutterfly and Amazon Prints.-30-
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