Adobe completes acquisition of Fotolia
News|13 February 2015
Vibrant image and video marketplace to be integrated as key part of Adobe Creative Cloud.
Adobe has completed its acquisition of privately held Fotolia, a leading marketplace for stock content. Adobe announced its intent to purchase Fotolia in December 2014 and the acquisition cements Creative Cloud’s role as a vibrant market for creatives to buy and sell assets and services as well as showcase their talent to a worldwide audience.
Work will now begin on integrating Fotolia into Adobe Creative Cloud. This will provide current and future Creative Cloud members with the ability to access and purchase over 35 million images and videos, significantly simplifying and accelerating the design process. Adobe also plans to continue to operate Fotolia as a standalone stock service, accessible to anyone.
Read more on the Adobe website.
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