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About CreativeLive

CreativeLive is a live online creative classroom offering free education in photography, filmmaking, web design, and more. Featuring workshops in photography, video, design, business, audio, music, and software training, creativeLIVE unlocks previously closed doors by making dynamic education accessible to everyone.On October 7th, 2021, CreativeLive was acquired by Fiverr. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

CreativeLive Headquarters Location

228 Dexter Ave N.

Seattle, Washington, 98109,

United States


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Latest CreativeLive News

Atomo Coffee Raised $40M, SageView’s New Office, and More Seattle Tech...

Jul 10, 2022

Here’s what you might have missed last week in the Seattle tech scene. Photo: Atomo Coffee Seattle’s tech scene brought Q2 to a close last week with a string of exciting funding rounds and acquisition announcements. As we head into the next quarter, here’s a look back at last week’s news. Atomo Coffee raised $40M . The beanless coffee producer upcycles ingredients like date seeds, chicory roots and grape extracts to create caffeinated coffee alternatives. It plans to use its new funds to increase manufacturing and launch in retail stores. [Built In Seattle] Rollzi gained $8M . The efficiency-focused truckload carrier helps trucking customers unlock efficient relay shipments to create more revenue, increase service reliability and provide better driver experiences. The seed equity and credit financing will be used to expand the company’s reach to the West Coast. [Business Wire] Seattle Tech Quote of the Week “Seashell’s mission is to build a secure and accessible ecosystem where money grows and moves freely. Current companies and products in traditional finance, and even within fintech, restrict the flow of money. There are various points of friction, various constraints on what you can and can not do with your own money.” — Daryl Hok, CEO and founder of Seashell Seashell was highlighted as a Future 5 startup . Backed by Mark Cuban, the company is building a fintech platform that offers high yields through diversified investments. The startup claims to help users grow their money faster than traditional alternatives. Seashell recently emerged from stealth with an oversubscribed seed round netting the company $6 million. The startup hopes to launch its beta platform this summer. [Built In Seattle] STRIVE got $6M . The platform helps athletes optimize muscle performance using proprietary algorithms and sensors worn in compression clothing. The Series A funding was led by Future Communities Capital and will be used for innovation investment and market expansion. [STRIVE] CreativeLive acquired Wildist . The freelancer services marketplace platform bought Wildist to build out its online courses for outdoor and adventure photography. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. CreativeLive was acquired by Fiverr last year. [GeekWire] SageView opened a Seattle office . The RIA investment platform which provides retirement investment solutions announced plans to open a new office in Seattle to complement its team in Portland. This new office is also part of the company’s “aggressive growth strategy.” [Built In Seattle] Seattle startup guides

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  • When was CreativeLive founded?

    CreativeLive was founded in 2010.

  • Where is CreativeLive's headquarters?

    CreativeLive's headquarters is located at 228 Dexter Ave N., Seattle.

  • What is CreativeLive's latest funding round?

    CreativeLive's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did CreativeLive raise?

    CreativeLive raised a total of $54.5M.

  • Who are the investors of CreativeLive?

    Investors of CreativeLive include Fiverr, Greylock Partners, REV Venture Partners, Creative Artists Agency, Social Capital and 12 more.

  • Who are CreativeLive's competitors?

    Competitors of CreativeLive include Domestika and 6 more.

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