Today in Germany: EyeEm’s Market, Shoepassion, Bloomy Days

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EyeEm’s photo selling marketplace is online, online shop shoepassion.com opens its third offline location, Flower Power: Bloomy Days closes A Round.

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EyeEm launches photo selling marketplace

After months of beta testing, Berlin-based photo sharing platform EyeEm launched its EyeEm Market. It lets users sell their images, starting at $20 for a standard license that covers editorial and full commercial use in digital form. For $250 buyers get the full extended commercial use including print publications with more than 250,000 circulation, TV use, and printing on products.
[VentureBeat]

Shoepassion.com opens third store in Germany  

After opening a store in Berlin and one in Munich, the online shoe shop for men Shoepassion.com opens a third one in Hamburg in early April.
[LocationInsider(German)

Flower Power: Bloomy Days closes A Round

After announcing the first part of the A Round in September, Bloomy Days now closed the A Round. Ariadne Capital, Lars Dittrich and others invested several millions.
[Gründerszene] (German)

Image: Bloomy Days, Bloomy Days founder Franziska von Hardenberg