Oct. 15, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Jon Oringer, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), will ring the opening bell for the New York Stock Exchange on
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
to commemorate the company's recently completed initial public offering (IPO). Oringer will be joined by Thilo Semmelbauer, President and Chief Operating Officer;
, Chief Financial Officer;
, Chief Technology Officer; and
, Vice President of Corporate Development.
Additional podium participants include members of Shutterstock's management team, including:
Shutterstock, which began trading on the New York Stock Exchange last Thursday, is the first
-based technology company to go public in more than two years.
"Located in the heart of the greatest city in the world, Shutterstock has shown that with a can-do
attitude our local start-ups are able to compete and thrive in the global marketplace," said Mayor
. "The company has shown that it is committed to supporting creative communities in
and across the globe, while also creating jobs locally. I'm pleased to congratulate Shutterstock on its initial public offering and I wish them best of luck."
In addition to ringing the opening bell on Wednesday, Shutterstock has invited all 224 of their employees to Experience Square, the area directly in front of the NYSE, and will be giving out 4,000 limited-edition calendars to the public. Each calendar features beautiful imagery from Shutterstock contributors around the world, including the U.S.,
. Shutterstock will also give away a limited number of calendars on their
throughout the month.
A live video feed of the opening bell can be found through the following link:
and on CNBC. A recap of the day's activities will also be available on
later this week.
Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK) is a leading global provider of
high-quality licensed photographs
to businesses, marketing agencies and media organizations around the world.
Shutterstock works closely with its growing contributor community of 35,000 photographers, videographers, illustrators and designers to curate a global marketplace for royalty-free imagery. Adding tens of thousands of rights-cleared images each week, Shutterstock has more than 20 million images and 700,000 video clips currently available, and recently surpassed 250 million paid downloads.