A startup that sells video editing tools for the top Hollywood stars is bringing together a group of talent from the tech world to help it turn its videos into viral videos.
The startup, Moxie, has been in development for more than a year.
The founders of the startup, Josh and Anna Chappell, have built a company with a mission to revolutionize the video editing process and help people make their dreams come true.
They’re looking for talent to join their team and to help them make their video editing software a reality.
“We have a lot of great people from across the tech industry who are incredibly passionate about video editing and want to make video editing a better experience for people,” Anna Chavo, one of the founders, told Recode.
Anna Chavos and Josh Chappells created the company.
They’ve worked together on video editing apps for celebrities including Katy Perry and Justin Bieber, among others.
Anna Chajs also worked on Apple’s Apple Music service.
Anna and Josh are looking for someone with a deep understanding of the technology and technology products and services, and a strong commitment to building a platform for creators.
“They want to be in the cutting edge of cutting edge technology, and we want to help make that happen,” Anna said.
“The first goal is to create a platform that people will be able to use in their day-to-day workflow.
That’s a pretty lofty goal, but we’re trying to be the most transparent, the most open platform around,” Anna added.
The company also has an emphasis on quality.
Anna said the goal is not to become a one-trick pony.
“We’re really looking to build a platform with a lot more features and functionality, so that it can be used by anyone, whether that’s a professional or amateur,” she said.
“And also that it’s open to anyone.”
Anna and Anna have teamed up with two friends to help.
They’re the founders of a startup called Moxiem.
They are also the co-founders of the podcast The Geek Sisters, which is dedicated to making the podcast and other tech-related content available to a wider audience.
The Geek Sisters podcast also has a mission: To help anyone who wants to make a difference in the world.
“This is our opportunity to make sure that this platform is going to be built for everyone,” Anna told Recubescence.
Anna is hoping that Moxies success will help it attract more talent.
“The more people that we can get onboard, the better,” Anna explained.
The two founders say they hope Moxes success will also bring in more viewers for the podcasts.
“Our goal is just to have this platform be available to as many people as possible,” Anna concluded.