Stamplia, launching today from French startup Kiwup, is an email templates marketplace where web designers can sell HTML templates for newsletters, transactional emails and signup forms, and in turn let companies focus on the messaging of their email campaigns rather than design.
“The current problem is that customers know what they want to tell in their message, but don’t know how to design it,” says Kiwup co-founder and CEO Vincent Martinet. “With Stamplia we can finally say goodbye to all those ugly designed newsletters which are available online or from an email provider and increase the profitability of email campaigns.”
It’s an idea that’s attracted investment, too. Kiwup tells TechCrunch that’s it closed $130,000 in seed funding from Jeremie Berrebi and Xavier Niel’s Kima Ventures — capital it’s using to publicly launch the service.
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