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4 days ago | 14-11-2017 | PRN

New Mobile Application is Giving the Everyday Consumer an Opportunity to Stake Claim in a Growing Organization

DENVER: Karmies makes ridiculously smart emojis and is taking the world of emoji and stickers by storm.

This week, Karmies rolled out its crowdfunding campaign on Start Engine which gives the everyday consumer the opportunity to purchase stock in the company. This opportunity is available for a limited time only.

Karmies is an intuitive, interactive emoji and sticker platform. With six billion emoji sent daily and a steady 20% month over month increase use in marketing campaigns since last year the demand for new emoji has reached an all-time high. Each year thousands of people sign and submit petitions requesting new emoji. Unfortunately, the Unicode Consortium, (the non-profit organization that coordinates the development of computer industry standards) severely limits the creation of new emoji. As a result, new emoji are rarely brought to fruition.

Karmies provides the ideal solution to this demand. The unique Karmies platform delivers custom emojis to which features, and actionable information can be attached. It is then delivered instantly to the messaging keyboard where it can be used in personal messaging or shared in social media. This mobile content distribution platform is now available on Apple's iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and Karmiegram for iOS and Android, as well as the company's first third party publisher, Loopy.

Through accredited investors, Karmies was able to raise enough capital to build the platform, make it available for both Apple iOS and Android devices, and beta test several private company brands before going to market. The initial successful brand pilots have already moved forward with Winc, Sweet Cow Ice Cream, the City of Rawabi, and Boulder Start Up Week.

Karmies Inc. was founded by CEO Megan Haines, along with CTO and co-founder Dustin Mallory. The company's approach to the process of monetizing the pent-up demand for emojis allows business to have an invaluable marketing tool for promoting their brands in social media markets and by linking the privately created emojis to content such as locations, special offers, and promotional videos. Karmies will give businesses the ability to promote using their platform by charging a fee for the creation of custom emoji images, preferred placement of these new branded images, and maintaining the links to business promoted content.

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