Emma

Emma

Emma Email Marketing is a web-based service that enables users to create, send and track email campaigns and surveys. They are headquartered in Nashville, founded in 2003, and operates four satellite offices in Portland, Denver, Austin and New York.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2014
Employees
300
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