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Signrs is privately funded and part of the successful lettrs company, an award winning services of messages that convert instantly to new media. The lettrs company is based in NYC with satellite offices in The Netherlands, New Delhi and San Francisco.


The Signrs Creed 


We are in the business using technology to scale authenticity, and we team with global talent of all levels to monetize their unique authenticity factor.

We help talent grow authenticity through their original signatures and drawings on Twitter via “Signrs,” and through the social sale of their secondhand items or first hand experiences on “Membilia.”

We promise to work with the agents and managers of the talent when the talent asks us to do so.  We are about maximizing "TTV," Total Talent Value, to leverage our technology and their unique social signatures and drawings on multiple networks.

Success will be a team sport with the talent, working together to distribute their story, their journey, to maximize the profits of both their digital memorabilia.

Some talent will have sponsors already so in that case we follow, where we design a co-branded look for Signrs seals and integrated media that already exists.  

We empower talent to earn more from their brand partners in a new dimension of integrated advertising, built entirely around social authenticity.  

Emerging talent looks for new sponsors, so here we will facilitate, bringing ad agencies new “seal deals” and new memorabilia concepts that are built around the authenticity factor of the talent.

We are in the business of authenticity as a service, with two open and disruptive platforms to scale globally, for the talent and by the talent.  

Signrs is a company that delivers authenticity through technology as our singular goal.  And we promise to always do what’s right, even if it takes us a little longer to become the marketplaces that all talent and brands in the world would want to be a part of.



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Drew Bartkiewicz was named by Goldman Sachs as a Top 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2016 for his uncanny ability to balance purpose with profits, innovation with integrity.

He started lettrs as a highly successful social messaging network that eventually patented the certified digital signature for all classes of mobile communications and media. Drew has published two books and was described by Karl Ravech of ESPN as "the most contrarian voice in today's disposable messages, to reinvent messages meant to last...and the autograph as we know it."    

The lettrs app has experienced over 2M downloads and already has seen 6 billion data calls on its growing network of new social media that is created 100% from signed, sealed mobile letters.  Drew served with distinction in the Gulf War 1991 with the 82nd Airborne and was a featured subject in the 2015 National Geographic book, "Veteran Voices."  His company lettrs has patented the use of biometrics for certified mobile signatures and in December 2016 signed a deal as the exclusive network of MLB Players mobile and social autographs.  Combining his 10 years in cyber and software-as-a-service Drew has activated what will be a $3B industry for digital memorabilia by 2021. Three other patents pending remain with lettrs an emerging leader for the future of certifiably signed communications. 

He is a father of three and his wife is from Madrid, Spain, who helped him start the company in 2013. Drew is proud to note that over 50% of early stage investment was from military veterans and many of them Service Academy graduates. Drew graduated from West Point in 1989 with Superintendent's Honors and from Yale University with an MBA in 1994.