Jerrick Enters Into Material Discussions With Thinkmill

Published on January 03, 2018

NEW YORK, Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Jerrick Media Holdings, Inc., (OTCQB: JMDA) (the "Company" or "Jerrick"), a digital technology company, announced today that it has entered into material discussions with Thinkmill, a digital development company based in Sydney, Australia, that may or may not result in a joint venture, or another form of partnership involving a significant transaction.

Jerrick and Thinkmill began the design and engineering of Vocal, Jerrick's long-form social publishing platform, in Q3 of 2014, leading to a successful launch of the product in Q4 of 2016. Vocal,, is a platform for the creation of rich media content and its intuitive discovery and navigation by visitors. The platform hosts 30 niche-communities, with over 135,000 content creators and 5.1 million page views in network per month. Vocal is designed to promote maximum SEO exposure and monetization opportunities for creators.

Jeremy Frommer, CEO of Jerrick, commented, "We've spent over three years working closely with Thinkmill and they are world class developers. Given the exponential success of Vocal, the platform we built together, a broader relationship between the two companies makes perfect sense."

Thinkmill is a digital development company focusing on User Experience, Node.js and React. Its team of experienced, full-stack developers and designers are helping leading companies and funded startups build amazing digital products. Thinkmill also leads major open-source projects contributed to and used by developers around the world, including React Boilerplate, and KeystoneJS.

"A deeper collaboration between the Jerrick business model and Thinkmill's design and development team will lead our respective ventures to continued success," stated Jed Watson, co-CEO and founder at Thinkmill. "We're excited to explore a collaboration with Jerrick, as they have a unique perspective on content, publishing, and commerce. From a technology point of view especially, that is a dynamic and particularly interesting problem space. I see our partnership extending to future applications and opportunities."

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