WeTransfer is the simplest way to send your files around the world. Last year, our users sent 10 billion files through our service. Founded in 2009, our team is based in the Netherlands and the US.
Flow: Our mission is to enable the effortless transfer of ideas from one creative mind to many. We want to help our users get in, and stay in, their creative flow – that strange and beautiful state where everything comes together and great things happen.
WeTransfer Plus: Our premium WeTransfer Plus service is for those who want to get even more out of our service. With Plus you can send bigger files, remove transfer delete dates and personalize your WeTransfer profile.
A unique approach to ads: The WeTransfer experience is built around our beautiful full-screen backgrounds, or wallpapers. Many of these are actually adverts which we sell to brands around the world.
Eight years ago, when online filesharing services were the scourge of the music and movie industry, WeTransfer launched its attempt to provide a simple, user-friendly alternative to the likes of BitTorrent, Rapidshare and MegaUpload.
WeTransfer today announces that Gordon Willoughby is to become the company’s Chief Executive Officer in January. Gordon takes over from Founder and Chief Executive Bas Beerens, who steps back from day-to-day operations to become Executive Chairman.
WeTransfer today announced that it has acquired Present Plus, a design agency based in London and Amsterdam. Present Plus’ Amsterdam team will join WeTransfer to work on product design for new launches like an upcoming desktop app, as well as WeTransfer’s continued efforts to expand in the U.S
WeTransfer, the simple file-transfer service to discover and share new digital content, today announced that, globally, more than one billion files have been transferred through the service this year alone – a record-high. Also, WeTransfer has named its newest board member, renowned talent manager and successful VC Troy Carter.
Nalden, a man who goes by one name, thinks of his file-transfer startup as a museum.
His company, WeTransfer, is still small, but biting at the ankles of companies like Box and Dropbox. Further down the road, his competitors are Apple, Google, and the email attachment.