WRAPmail CEO Interview

Wrapmail, Inc., CEO Marco Alfonsi Talks about Why Wrapmail Seperates Themselves from their Competition

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  Marco Alfonsi, CEO of Wrapmail, Inc. (OTC:WRAP), appeared on the Stock Day Radio Show Podcast with Everett Jolly to discuss the company’s unique Email Templating System (ETS), WRAPmail 2.0.


 WRAPmail allows users to embed rich HTML with live RSS feeds in daily emails. It’s a simple way to utilize visuals to immediately draw the attention of email recipients, and the technology behind it is very much patented. WRAP 2.0, a rebuild from the previous version using today’s technology, was launched on August 16, 2016, and Mr. Alfonsi expressed nothing but optimism for the future of the company and their product.


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“When I took the company over, we rebuilt [the] technology [and] now it’s scalable. We’re looking at 6 million [clients for WRAPmail 2.0] within the next year,” said Mr. Alfonsi. The company is in full swing marketing their product through radio, television, and the internet, through which they believe they will be able to reach significant benchmarks.

“We think as the client-base grows, the revenue-base will grow alongside of it,” stated Mr. Alfonsi. “And in the next three quarters, people should be pleased on the outcome.”

About WRAPmail, Inc.


WRAPmail, Inc., a public company trading under the symbol WRAP, is comprised of two complimentary business offerings. WRAPmail is a patented interactive email stationery for regular (one-on-one) business and personal emails.


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