Elevator Pitch: Burn Note Raising Funds to Keep Messages Private

In this episode of “Elevator Pitch,” Burn Note founder Jacob Robbins explains how he plans to take his private messaging system to the next level.

Competitors like Snapchat may be all the rage with the younger crowd, but Robbins tells WebMediaBrands CEO Alan Meckler that his ephemeral messaging platform can also help adults make their emails more secure at work. The company has also launched new iOS and Android apps.

Founded in New York in 2012 with funding from family and friends, Burn Note is looking to raise more money in the next few months. Here’s the pitch:

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