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Infogr.am, a Latvian startup which was backed in February 2012 by German early-stage fund Hackfwd, announces pro version of its graphics-creation tool at The Next Web Europe 2013. The company was founded by Uldis Leiterts and Raimond Kazhe and its service has managed to attract 300,000 users since its service was first unveiled at TechCrunch Baltics last year. Among them are the Washington Post, Venture Beat, and The Next Web. According to the company, people will be able to use the pro version for free until June 1st, 2013 if they sign up prior to May 1st. Like a lot of startups, the inspiration for Infogr.am comes from frustrations for the co-founders in their previous careers. In this case, Leiterts and Kazhe have backgrounds in journalism and witnessed the frustration that journalists and IT sometimes deal with in creating high-quality infographics.
I’ve asked Infogr.am about pricing and they’ve told me that the pro service will be available for $18 (~14 euro) per month. Using the pro version, the company says that users will be able to save infographics offline and will be able to share them with other user groups.
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