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What’s Good For Bernie: Should Sanders Surrender His Email List?

Senator Bernie Sanders dodged an important question on TV on Sunday when asked by Face the Nation host John Dickerson whether he would give his email list to the Democratic National Committee. This has spurred a national debate on his email list. Jacob Hansen, Sr. Email Deliverability Consultant at SendGrid, spoke with MediaPost on the issue.

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Why is All the Tech Talent Moving to Colorado

Between 2014 and 2015, Denver was the fastest-growing large city in the United States, cracking the top twenty biggest cities in the country list. People from all over the country are moving to Denver in droves. SendGrid employees share their reasons for the move and why they love Colorado.

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Limit Email Volume To Limit Email Fatigue

Decreasing email volume per month corresponds to increased subscriber engagement, according to a recent study by SendGrid — potentially steering marketers toward strategies that limit inbox overload and email fatigue.

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Bain Bully On Email

Investors, take note: You can quote all the surveys you want. But there’s no better proof of the strength of email than the interest of Bain Capital Ventures. Bain is in a position to know. Last November, it led a $33 funding round for SendGrid, an email platform provider.

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How SendGrid Leveraged Its Company Culture To Build A Built To Last Business

Ask a world-class business leader if a sound financial model is all a company needs to succeed, and they’ll tell you it’s nothing without a thriving culture. Consider the philosophy of Sameer Dholakia, CEO of SendGrid: “Market and unit economics are necessary, but not sufficient. Sufficiency is when you get the culture and the people stuff right. That’s how you build a great company.”

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5 U.S. Cities Poised To Become Tomorrow’s Tech Meccas

Scott Heimes, CMO of Denver-based SendGrid, believes Denver has a unique blend of qualities, including its picturesque landscape and active, outdoorsy culture. The city’s residents are also a big part of the Denver draw. And it doesn’t hurt that Denver offers a business environment focused on public-private collaborations, either.

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