Meylah chosen for latest installment of TechFlash Startup of the Week
Seattle, WA, February 8, 2011 - Meylah, the leader in providing social commerce solutions for creative professionals, announced today that it was chosen as Startup of the Week by TechFlash, an online news site focused on the technology industry in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. This selection by TechFlash comes after the recent announcement of Meylah's global launch of its social commerce platform and growing adoption of the Meylah platform by creative professionals worldwide.
"Meylah is proud to be selected as Startup of the Week for TechFlash" says Ram Dutt, CEO and Cofounder of Meylah. "As a new technology company, we know how important it is to get visibility in leading online industry publications that help validate our social commerce approach to helping that market we care so much about: creative professionals. We're pleased with the progress we're making in helping the creative community build their businesses and make money. We look forward to continuing our mission of empowering artists and crafters to be successful online.
The Meylah social commerce platform integrates ecommerce, blogging, social media, inventory management, automatic shipping, and more to make it easy for creative professionals to build their brand, grow their community, sell their products, and manage their online business all in one place saving them time and money. The Meylah marketplace includes thousands of products offered by artists and crafters from all over the world.
Based in Seattle, WA, Meylah is the first social commerce platform delivering marketing, sales, integrated business efficiency solutions, and new revenue opportunities for creative professionals all in one place. The Meylah team has published three free eBooks and over 500 blog posts sharing information on blogging, brand building, sales, and marketing for the online creative community. Visit http://www.meylah.com and follow us at http://twitter.com/Meylah to learn more about how we can help you manage your business.« Back to all news