Sendwithus Joins AirPair Trusted Partner Experts

Sendwithus is fortunate to have a brilliant technical team committed to building an awesome product. We are proud to announce that we are a Trusted Partner for our friends at AirPair. We are collaborating with over a dozen of the world’s most innovative tech companies to offer trustworthy integration support.

More Than Text: Sendwithus API Supports Attachments!

The Sendwithus dev team launched our most requested feature this week – attachment support on email sends! Now your transactional emails can include file attachments, such as images and PDFs. This is a major improvement and a much-requested feature for customers who want to A/B test important emails that contain more than just text. For

Our Friends at Nobly Write Open Source Parse Cloud Code Module

Sendwithus is eager to contribute to the open source community. We maintain several open source clients for the Sendwithus API.  Today, we want to highlight a new open source library for Parse. This comes from the friendly folks at Nobly! Check out the new library.

Press Release: Victoria Startup Sendwithus in the Silicon Valley: First BC-founded Company Backed by Legendary Accelerator Y Combinator

For Immediate Release Website:  Victoria, BC  February 12, 2014 Victoria Startup Sendwithus in the Silicon Valley:  First BC-founded Company Backed by Legendary Accelerator Y Combinator  When Victoria-based startup Sendwithus mysteriously uprooted their entire team to Silicon Valley, friends and colleagues were shocked at the bold move. Within a couple of weeks, the 8-person team

Tech Crunch Launch: We are part of Y Combinator W14!

We are excited to announce that we are part of the YC W14 batch! Check out our Tech Crunch launch here. We will keep you updated on our experiences and lessons.  

Our SuperRewards case study is live on SendGrid!

Round two from Sendwithus co-founder, Matt, in his three-part series with Jillian from just went live. Suffice it to say that we’re pretty excited about it. This time, we have a post talking about email logistics, user experience, and dead-end emails, including a cool case study.  As always, feel free to leave comments or