Loupe is a digital media software company that solves the problem of “what do you do with your hundreds and thousands of photos?” Loupe produces software that takes your photos and automatically creates photo collages in different shapes, such as a heart, word, or logo. There have been over five million downloads of the Loupe desktop software program from 200 countries worldwide and it has been profitable since day one. In addition to its desktop software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, Loupe has a web application, Facebook application, and iOS app.
Vincent Cheung, the founder and CEO of Loupe, was named the 2010 Graduate Student Entrepreneur Global Champion by the Entrepreneurs' Organization and won several business plan competitions with Loupe including the Ivey Business Plan Competition, TiEQuest New Entrepreneur Award, and the MaRS Up-Start Competition.
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