MycroBurst Launches French Language Website launches French language website

/ MycroBurst has launched its crowdsourcing platform for graphic design in the French language, and it is the first U.S.-headquartered crowdsourcing platform to do so.

"This is an inexpensive and exciting new way of sourcing branding and logo design, and since we have global clients and designers, it makes perfect sense to launch multilingual platforms. We also have plans to launch MycroBurst in other languages this year," says Zaheer Dodhia, CEO of

Here's how MycroBurst works: When a company wants to crowdsource any aspect of their branding, to include logos, websites, stationery etc, they post their creative brief on MycroBurst's website, and designers - from a pool of over 30,000 from more than 100 countries - post logo submissions in response. A project holder will typically receive an average of 116 concepts from more than 20 different designers.

After seven days, the winning designer is chosen by the customer, and the customer gets full rights to their design. The cost starts at $199, and customers get to name their own price.

Projects are listed in both French and English, and project holders will be able to communicate to designers in French and pay in euros.

MycroBurst is headquartered in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, and can be found at , and now

CONTACT: Michelle Lewis, director of communications at MycroBurst, at or 267-852-2121, ext 884

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