Since it’s foundation in 2005, Mashable has become one of the most engaging online news communities promoting the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. To further this passion for technological innovations, Mashable launched their Spark of Genius Blog Series to highlight a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark, a program giving software startups three-year access to Microsoft’s Development Tools, marketing visibility and connection to the BizSpark Community.
The Groopt Troopers are avid readers and followers of Mashable and were ecstatic when we received a Tweet from Joann Pan wanting to showcase Groopt in The Spark of Genius Series.
We connected her with CEO, Patrick Allen immediately and Mashable featured Groopt just hours later. According to Mashable, the ability for members notify sub-groups and individuals of a group without spamming the entire listserv is Groopt’s Genius Idea. Wow… Genius? Thanks Mashable… that means a lot coming from you.
We never set out (or claim) to be geniuses – We were fed up with insecure listservs and never-ending email threads and realized something… Email is broken and we wanted to fix it. So check out our quick Spark of Genius elevator pitch courtesy of Mashable and follow the link to learn more.
Quick Pitch: Groopt is an ad-free, group-collaboration platform that’s big on boosting privacy and productivity.
Genius Idea: Notify sub-groups and individuals in your organization without spamming an entire listserv.