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Bluescape Named to Fast Company’s 2022 List of the Next Big Things in Tech

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List Recognizes Tech Breakthroughs Across Industries That Promise to Transform the Future

Bluescape, a visual workspace for collaboration and creativity, announced that it has been named to Fast Company’s second annual Next Big Things in Tech list, honoring technology breakthroughs that promise to shape the future of industries. This year, 83 technologies are highlighted for their cutting-edge advancements and potential to impact consumers, businesses, and society overall.

“We are honored and excited to be recognized as an innovator in workplace productivity,” says Peter Jackson, CEO of Bluescape. “Innovation is a north star for us. We strive not only to be innovative but also to empower innovation by unlocking creativity and making collaboration effortless. Our partnerships with innovators like Amazon, Getty Images, and Wacom are helping to make this possible. In addition, the recent launch of Popsync delivers on the promise by providing creative teams with a better search experience that lets them search multiple stock photo libraries at the same time to increase efficiency.”

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This is Bluescape’s second Fast Company recognition. In 2021, Bluescape was named to Fast Company’s annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies.

Bluescape offers a secure workspace where teams can share and collaborate on high-resolution images, documents, and videos. The award-winning platform catalyzes creativity with built-in image search, best-in-class whiteboarding, productivity templates, and more to support faster workflows and speed to market.

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“Technology breakthroughs and cutting-edge advancements promise to be the solution to some of the world’s most pressing issues. Fast Company is excited to highlight some of the organizations, of all sizes and industry backgrounds, whose technology advancements today will lead to a better tomorrow,” says Brendan Vaughan, editor-in-chief of Fast Company.

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