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StoryBy, www.storyby.com

Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/storyby

Twitter https://twitter.com/storybymedia

Janne Jormalainen, CEO & Founder, janne.jormalainen@storyby.com

Janne has worked half of his career in a large corporate environment at Nokia and half as an entrepreneur. At Nokia he managed a mobile devices business worth 1 B$ in annual revenues. He lived and worked in three continents; USA, Europe and Southeast Asia. Since 2005 he has been working as an entrepreneur in multiple industries. He recently did an exit from his previous company, SPU that was acquired by Kingspan Plc. Today his full-time passion is being the founder and CEO of StoryBy, a game changing mobile media service that pays people for publishing content.

About StoryBy:

StoryBy is a new service for topic driven and conversational blogging where communities form around topics. It offer brands a broad appeal channel to engage with the communities. StoryBy believes that users’ content is valuable, thus writers should get paid for what they do today for free. This is why StoryBy returns 2/3 of its revenues to its contributors.

Topic of presentation + short summary of presentation:

StoryBy, game changing mobile media.

Summary:

Traditional online advertising is dead! Brands need new ways to engage with consumers. People are starting to understand the value of content they create.

StoryBy is a new service for topic driven and conversational blogging where communities form around topics. It offer brands a broad appeal channel to engage with the communities. StoryBy believes that users’ content is valuable, thus writers should get paid for what they do today for free. This is why StoryBy returns 2/3 of its revenues to its contributors.

Quotes (for promotional use):

“StoryBy believes that users’ content is valuable, thus they should get paid for it – that is only fair”

“Traditional online advertising is dead, brands need new ways to engage with consumers”

“StoryBy believes in beautiful, conversational and profitable storytelling”