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NZ media image library launches

Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 11 Oct 2021

One of Truestock's many new local images. (Image: Truestock)
Daniel Dunkley
Mon, 11 Oct 2021
A new Kiwi company aims to take a slice of the stock image market by offering a range of royalty-free New Zealand photos.Truestock, launched by chief executive Tanmay Desai and co-founders Ovidii Alexeenco and Daniel Leddy, plans to capitalise on a lack of high-quality, authentic NZ images.The business went live at the end of last month and is in talks to become a co-operative. Image contributors will be able to own a slice of the company.Truestock would become the first image platform co-operative in New Zealand once the move is finalised.&ldq...

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