Launch @ GROW Startup Profiles: Vancouver's Unbounce

by Bryce Tarling | Startups

Techvibes is a media sponsor of the upcoming GROW Conference in Vancouver and will be highlighting the fifteen Canadian startups that are selected to showcase at the conference's opening reception at Launch @ GROW on August 17th.

Vancouver's Unbounce is one of the fifteen startups that has been selected after receiving the most public votes and may be one of four chosen to pitch live on stage at the GROW Conference on August 18th.

Unbounce allows companies to create, publish, and test landing pages with the simple 1-click A/B framework -- all without having to rely on IT or web developers.

What sets Unbounce apart from competitors is the intuitive interface that doesn't require any knowledge of HTML. Instead, users can choose from the suite of fully customizable templates for lead generation or click through pages, or create a page from scratch using the built-in WYSIWYG editor.

Unbounce allows marketers to publish directly to a domain and it will use real-time stats to measure results. It also allows A|B testing of multiple variants in order to optimize conversion rates.

The goal of Unbounce is "to deliver an all-in-one solution that is quick to adopt and easy to use - with all the core functionality needed to increase your marketing ROI." It is ideal for anyone doing paid search, display, email and social media marketing.

"If you can use Powerpoint, you can use Unbounce."

Unbounce is a Vancouver-based software company founded by Rick Perreault, Carl Schmit, Jason Murphy, Justin Stacey, Oli Gardner, and Carter Gilchrist. It was recently named one of Canada's Top 25 Up and Coming technology companies by the Branham300.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Create, Publish and Optimize Landing Pages without IT. Unbounce is the fastest and most powerful DIY landing page platform, designed with one thing in mind: Conversion. A simpler and more streamlined workflow so your marketing team can focus on creating, publishing and measuring your campaigns without the usual bottleneck associated with working with IT or developers. more

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Bryce Tarling

Bryce Tarling

Bryce is currently studying in the Douglas College Print Futures Program in pursuit of a career in writing and editing. He has worked as an English teacher both in the Lower Mainland and in Japan. He has also served brief stints in the restaurant industry. In his free time he enjoys photography, consuming media in the form of books, film, and music, and finding delectable places for trying... more

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