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Tech In Boston #40: Interview with Paul Farnell, Founder & CEO, Litmus

Paul Farnell is the Founder & CEO of Litmus, a Cambridge-based startup that helps agencies, designers, and marketing teams test, target, and optimize their email marketing campaigns.

Paul talks about boot-strapping, how the company started in his dorm room (before it was actually Litmus, the servers were literally under his desk)and his experience moving the company across the pond.

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