Sendwithus raises $5 million in Series A round
Cloud-based communications management platform provider Sendwithus has raised $5 million in a Series A funding round led by BlueRun Ventures, with additional investments from Baseline Ventures.
Sendwithus’ platform allows organizations to streamline their email creation process by providing an API, visual editor and built-in testing that result in collaborative email strategy and execution. Since the company launched in 2013, it has supported over 10 billion sent emails to date.
Sendwithus also announced that Cheryl Cheng, General Partner at BlueRun Ventures, is joining its board.
“With more than 200 leading brands leveraging Sendwithus to more quickly and effectively reach customers, we are expanding our focus to enable enterprises to execute cutting-edge communications at scale,” said a statement from Matt Harris, Co-Founder and CEO of Sendwithus. “We are excited to partner with BlueRun Ventures, and to have Cheryl join our board and share her expertise as we look to take the company to the next level, building on the strong momentum we have created over the past four years.”
LaBarge Weinstein acted as counsel to Sendwithus with a team including James Smith and Kyle Lavender.