The Danes seem to be good at their file transferring services. A while back we covered the Atomico investment in Ge.tt, a smooth and simple file sharing service for those times you need to quickly send a file greater than 25mb. But for creative agencies or any other business that needs to move large files online, you don’t want a quick one-off service like Ge.tt. You want a full-branded approach that solves more problems and lets your clients know you’re the real deal.

Filecamp out of Denmark launched a few weeks ago and seeks to become the go-to web-based file sharing service for creative agencies and other businesses. They offer a simple service with a nice set of features; Filecamp allows custom branding, online proofing and approval tools, an easy web interface to handle permissions, and of course some space to put files online.

To make content accessible, Filecamp offers “Lightboxes” where you can easily share only a collection of your content. And for collaboration purposes, Filecamp also offers an online proofing tool that makes it easy for clients to green-light any creatives, write any comments, and manage updated versions of files without having to resort to long email chains.

The three pricing plans run currently from €23 to €46 per month, depending on whether you would like to have the basic set-up or features like lightboxes or online proofing approval. The three tiers include 5 , 10, and 15 GB of space by default, which should be alright for small to midsize creative agencies. More space is also available for purchase.

To check out how a demo of how it runs, their Press resources are hosted on Filecamp (go figure).

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