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Changelog v1.1.7

Bug fixes:

  • Addressed an issue that caused Command line upload to not work when application was running
  • Fixed application crash for folder upload
  • Fixed ShortUrl recurring notifications issue
  • Resolved Application Updater crash

Improvements:

  • Application Updater optimized to update outdated files only
  • Internet connectivity optimization to minimize application ready time
  • Add “Connecting” status message when Application starts
  • Improved error handling for application shortcuts
  • Typo fix in notification message
  • Optimize Application behavior to make Exit smoother
WeTransfer
OwnerWeTransfer B.V.
Founder(s)Rinke Visser, Nalden, Bas Beerens[1]
URLwww.wetransfer.com
Launched2009

WeTransfer is an internet-based computer file transfer service based in the Netherlands. The company was founded in 2009 in Amsterdam by Rinke Visser, Bas Beerens and Nalden.[2] In October 2018, WeTransfer relaunched its app with the name 'Collect by WeTransfer'.[3][4] In May 2020, India banned the WeTransfer app, citing security reasons.[5]

History[edit]

WeTransfer was founded in 2009 by Rinke Visser, Bas Beerens and Nalden.[2] It was created to make it easier to share large files.[6]

In 2012, WeTransfer implemented a re-design and introduced a 'Pro' service, supporting transfers of larger files, more storage, an address book, and the ability to protect files with a password.[6]

In 2013, WeTransfer reached profitability.[7] In 2014, WeTransfer launched creativeclass.tv, an ongoing video series. WeTransfer initiated its first bursaries that year, through a collaborative partnership with Central Saint Martins.[8] These bursaries supported two students from around the globe in their full-time studies.

In 2015, WeTransfer raised a US$25 million Series A funding round from Highland Capital Partners Europe,[9] and added venture capitalist Troy Carter to its board.[10]

2016–present[edit]

In 2016, WeTransfer announced the acquisition of digital design studio Present Plus,[11] established in 2010 by Damian Bradfield and WeTransfer co-founder Nalden.[11] In September 2016, WeTransfer opened their first office in the United States, in Venice Beach, Los Angeles.[12] In early 2017, Gordon Willoughby became the company's Chief Executive Officer, taking over from Bas Beerens, who became Executive Chairman.[13]

In August 2018, WeTransfer acquired app developer FiftyThree, whose portfolio included sketching app Paper and collaborative presentation app Paste.[14]

In August 2019, the company closed a €35 million secondary funding round led by HPE Growth.[15]

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In June 2020, the company became a certified B Corporation.[16]

Leadership[edit]

Bas Beerens founded the file-sharing platform WeTransfer[17] with Nalden (Ronald Hans) and Rinke Visser in 2009.[18]

Beerens also runs the design consultancy OY Communications, from which WeTransfer was developed, initially as OY Transfer.[19][20] In 2012, he founded WeMarket, a global B2B marketplace for buyers and suppliers in any industry.[21]Reflow.

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Technology[edit]

WeTransfer is based on Amazon's infrastructure and technology. It uses Amazon S3 for storage and for sending files.[22]

Services[edit]

WeTransfer offers a free service where users can send up to two gigabytes of files, and a paid option, called WeTransfer Plus where users can send up to 20 gigabytes of files.[23] WeTransfer Plus also allows users to add passwords to files.

Revenue model[edit]

WeTransfer has a dual revenue model; split between advertising and premium subscriptions. With a free account, users can send files of up to 2 GB. With a premium account 20 GB files can be transferred, 1 TB stored, and password and personalization options.[24]

WeTransfer displays full-screen advertisements while transferring,[25] instead of banner ads.[26]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Vanier, Rachel. 'Ask Me Anything with Nalden, co-founder of We Transfer'. Medium.
  2. ^ abEva Oude Elferink (2013-10-21). 'Nalden: 'Door het design van WeTransfer durven mensen het te gebruiken'' (in Dutch). Volkskrant.nl. Retrieved 2013-10-28.
  3. ^Hardwick, Tim (October 30, 2018). 'WeTransfer Relaunches Mobile File-Sharing App as 'Collect''. Mac Rumors. Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  4. ^Lucic, Kristijan (October 29, 2018). 'WeTransfer App Gets Rebranded To 'Collect by WeTransfer''. Android Headlines. Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  5. ^'WeTransfer 'Partially' Blocked in India, Company Says'. NDTV Gadgets 360. Retrieved 2020-06-19.
  6. ^ abWeTransfer. 'WeTransfer'. www.wetransfer.com. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  7. ^Lunden, Ingrid. 'WeTransfer, Funky Dutch Cousin Of Dropbox And Box, Gets $25M To Go Large In The U.S.' TechCrunch. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  8. ^'MA Material Futures Announces New Bursaries'. Central Saint Martins. Retrieved 22 June 2020.
  9. ^'Dutch startup WeTransfer just raised $25 million to expand into the US'. Business Insider. Retrieved 23 June 2020.
  10. ^'Troy Carter Joins The Board Of WeTransfer'. fastcompany.com. 9 November 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  11. ^ abLunden, Ingrid. 'Dropbox rival WeTransfer acquires Present Plus to boost product and design teams - TechCrunch'. techcrunch.com. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  12. ^Kissel, Chris (3 October 2016). 'How to Make Your Tech Company Cool: Throw a Party With Kamasi Washington'. LA Weekly. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  13. ^Lunden, Ingrid. 'WeTransfer's founder leaves CEO role, ex-Amazon exec steps in for commercial push'. TechCrunch. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  14. ^'WeTransfer buys creative apps Paper and Paste from FiftyThree'. The Verge. Retrieved 2018-08-21.
  15. ^O'Hear, Steve (19 August 2019). 'HPE Growth backs WeTransfer in €35M secondary funding round'. TechCrunch. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  16. ^Aziz, Afdhel. 'WeTransfer Announces It Is Becoming A B-Corp'. Forbes. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  17. ^Send large files to clients with these 11 free tools on creativebloq.com, accessed 16 July 2018
  18. ^Gratis en eenvoudig grote bestanden te delen met WeTransfer on eenmanierom.nl, accessed 16 July 2018
  19. ^Article on WeTransfer in issue_16 summer_2011-2 (see p82) at issuu.com, accessed 16 July 2018
  20. ^2012 Article on european-startupswired.co.uk, accessed 16 July 2018
  21. ^B2B marketplace WeMarket launches for global companies on internetretailer.com.
  22. ^'AWS Case Study: WeTransfer'. Amazon Web Services, Inc. Retrieved 2019-05-22.
  23. ^Spadafora, Anthony (24 June 2019). 'WeTransfer suffered a security incident last week'. TechRadar. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  24. ^'WeTransfer Plus'. 2018-08-23.
  25. ^'Behance'. www.behance.net. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
  26. ^'How The Cofounder Of WeTransfer Went From Blog To Startup'. fastcompany.com. 13 February 2014. Retrieved 27 June 2017.

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