History has shown that you can’t topple email. The legacy technology invented in the early days of the net is too entrenched to be abandoned. But newer startups have found a way to at least move some communication outside of email, such as with team collaboration platforms like Yammer or Slack. Another newcomer, called Mainframe, is launching today onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt London with its own take on email 2.0. The startup is merging some of the concepts popularized by Slack, like channels, with the ability to communicate with the world outside your office, which is email’s biggest advantage.
Shilling invested a minority stake at Maiframe
Shilling Capital Partners followed two large Venture Capital funds and invested a minority stake at Mainframe, a startup that wants to revolutionize how we communicate.