Email Industries Selected as a Venture Atlanta 2020 Showcase Company

Email Industries has been chosen out of a record-breaking 400 applicants as one of the top technology companies in the Southeast to present at Venture Atlanta 2020.

Now in its 14th year, the annual conference to be held October 21-22, pivoted to a fully virtual format, Venture Atlanta Live Online. One of the nation’s best venture capital conferences continues to showcase innovators from the US’ hottest tech markets and boosts its largest number of selected companies and represented investor funds to date. Even considering COVID-19, Venture Atlanta continues to fuel capital and growth, serving the needs of the region’s vibrant tech community.

“It’s a great honor to present at the Southeast’s premier startup event,” said Email Industries CEO Scott Hardigree “given that this year’s event is fully virtual it’s an incredible opportunity for us to share our mission with a truly global audience and make more connections than previously possible.”

On a mission to be the worldwide leader in email deliverability, Email Industries is a born-again startup whose innovative products help many of the world’s most respected email service providers (ESPs), CRMs, agencies and brands preemptively identify risky email lists, improve deliverability and significantly reduce client churn.

Venture Atlanta Live Online will offer an unparalleled experience that streams two days of immersive events and interactive networking opportunities. Attendees will be able to connect with others at the conference, set up one-on-one meetings, stroll the virtual show floor, watch pitches in real-time, and use features like live chat, and audience polling.

About Venture Atlanta: Venture Atlanta, the Southeast’s technology innovation event, is where the region’s most promising tech companies meet the country’s top-tier investors.

About Email Industries: Email Industries, using their flagship products BlackBox and AlfredKnows, helps email vendors and senders solve their toughest email deliverability problems.