Monthly Archives: June 2012

Huffington Post: Counter, Counter Culture

A little bit of coverage on the HuffPo!

The Movable Ink gang is shrugging off the fluffy stuff, focusing instead on old fashioned growth. The startup — whose product lets companies include live content in their emails, like a real-time countdown on a limited time offer — found their stride after switching their focus to the enterprise instead of smaller companies. Growth has been “explosive” according to Founder Vivek Sharma, who reports that they’re now servicing 11 of the Fortune 500.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-johnson/counter-counter-culture_b_1589734.html

TheNextWeb: State of the New York tech scene in 2012

We’re honored to be on the NextWeb’s short-list of startups to watch in 2012.

Movable Ink: This startup turns your email into a marketing platform that personalizes live content to the recipient’s location, current time and social context. Its vision is to make emails as rich and realtime as the web, and despite how much I hate email, Movable Ink is remarkable in its execution.

http://thenextweb.com/microsoft-ie9/2012/06/01/new-york-tech-scene/