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Membership Startup Ideas



3 years ago

A startup for finding and reserving gyms, as well as a digital membership card. The startup wants to be the world’s first digital gym, using an app to track and manage memberships.

334
10 months ago

A company aiming to sell memberships that allow people to join together in real-time to buy on the same day as a big event. It’s a spin on the “groupon” model for events, and wants to build a marketplace for like-minded people to buy tickets on the same day.

315
3 years ago

A startup that’s building a standalone app that makes it easier to use and manage a gym membership.

224
3 years ago

A platform that helps people find and book the best available gym memberships, and better manage their fitness routine.

214
2 years ago

A startup co-founded by Y Combinator alum Sam Altman, this is a social network where you can make friends with the people you meet through the app. Users pay for memberships and can then message and chat with others on the platform.

188
2 years ago

A startup that lets you buy a lifetime membership to a community of people who share your interests. It’s a subscription based site so you pay a set amount over time, but there’s a free version for non-members.

184
10 months ago

A subscription-based membership club that provides private jets, for the high net-worth individual, with a focus on the business and philanthropy sectors.

178
3 years ago

This is a B2B company that helps manage memberships for online event organizers.

173
3 years ago

 A private-label membership-based platform that lets users pay to upgrade their access to health-related content.

159
3 years ago

A startup that’s looking to build a product where people can find and book gym memberships online.

155
3 years ago

A startup that helps businesses manage their membership programs. The startup is currently focusing on the restaurant industry.

150
3 years ago

A monthly membership service that helps companies identify and recruit technical talent. The company boasts $1 million in recurring revenue and says it has already grown its team from 10 to 30 people.

149
3 years ago

Jet.com is a startup that will sell anything from household items to clothes to groceries to a single user, with no membership fees or minimum purchase requirements. It’s been called the Amazon of online shopping that will work on the ground. The company says it has 1.1 million active buyers already, and a $3 billion run rate.

148
3 years ago

An online membership sharing network for businesses like Always 21, where people pay a monthly membership fee to access discounted travel and entertainment.

145
3 years ago

A startup for nonprofits to support their membership, fundraising, and communications via an API.

140
3 years ago

Founded by two former McKinsey consultants, Talent App is a startup that helps companies find the best candidates for roles using ATS technology. Talent App is a membership-based service that includes features like a powerful candidate analytics tool, a job board, and insights into candidate behavior.

140
3 years ago

This startup is building a “smart” card that runs on a local RFID (radio frequency identification) chip. The card is intended for use in vending machines and retail stores where sales occur, but the company is also looking to use it in other contexts like credit/debit cards and membership cards.

138
3 years ago

An online marketplace for gym memberships. It allows users to book time at a gym with the click of a button.

137
1 year ago

A small-scale, on-demand grocery delivery service with a $25/month membership fee. It’s currently servicing just San Antonio, but is expanding to Austin, Denver, Portland, and Salt Lake City.

132
3 years ago

A platform that helps people “find and share the best deals” for everything from gym memberships to long-distance driving.

130
2 years ago

A startup that helps people get free gym memberships without having to go to a gym.

126
3 years ago

The startup is looking to build a “social network for artists” using a subscription service and a monthly membership fee.

121
3 years ago

A startup that allows businesses to easily manage their membership and customer base, and to do so without requiring a backend.

117
3 years ago

A company that builds a platform that allows consumers to pay for their memberships in advance. The startup is in the US, but has plans to expand to Europe.

115
3 years ago

A platform that allows customers to make recurring payments — and keep money in the bank — for things like gym memberships or recurring mortgage payments.

115
10 months ago

A platform for sharing and selling memberships for “a community of over 200,000 fans of the Misfit brand and lifestyle”, including fitness tracking and other tools.

113
1 year ago

The company’s pitch: “You have no idea how much time and money you're wasting every month with your gym membership.”

103
3 years ago

An educational video platform that funds new educational videos through a non-profit membership model.

99
3 years ago

The startup is bringing online education to the masses with a platform for on-demand classes, live courses and video tutorials. Users pay via Paypal and can choose between monthly and annual memberships.

97
2 years ago

A platform for people who want to Lose Weight, but don’t have the money for a gym membership.

94
3 years ago

The Brooklyn-based coworking space is a community of startups and entrepreneurs working to change the world. It’s located at 625 Kent Avenue, and has a membership program that ranges from $50 to $250 per month.

90
2 years ago

A company that is building a digital platform that helps people and companies engage with educational content and services through a $25 monthly membership.

83
2 years ago

A startup that helps companies provide food delivery to their employees. The startup is working with companies such as California Pizza Kitchen, Denny's, and Pei Wei to bring in revenue. The startup screens customers for a monthly membership fee of around $10 and works on a monthly basis. The startup says they have over 5,000 active customers, with over $2 million in monthly revenue.

82
2 years ago

A WeWork-esque coworking space in NYC that has memberships that are priced based on a number of factors, including what you’re working on, where you’re working, your gender, and more.

80
3 years ago

Idea: Digitize and distribute membership cards and other physical cards

77
2 years ago

A free stock-photo website that offers a $5 monthly membership, or a $200 monthly membership that allows some extra features, like an Apple News subscription

77
2 years ago

A platform that combines an online store with a membership club

76
2 years ago

An online marketplace for independent businesses to sell their products to consumers. The startup charges a monthly membership fee, but it offers a monthly bonus for businesses that sell a certain amount of products without going over a certain monthly threshold.

75
1 year ago

A startup that wants to “break the tyranny of email”. It’s a group messaging tool that allows you to create groups, memberships, and events tied to a single email address.

71
2 years ago

A “private social network” with a “pay-what-you-can membership” that’s meant to be a more private and fiscally sustainable alternative to social media sites like Facebook. The company is growing quickly and currently has 30,000 members.

70
2 years ago

What do you do when you have the typical set-up of an L.L.Bean outfitter in a small town in Maine, or a small-town biker shop in South Dakota, or a local bike shop in New Hampshire You could build a mobile app, or you could build out a small physical store in that town, or you could build out a membership program to then sell memberships in that store. This startup works with local machines to do that, delivering a local bike shop experience to the wider world.

65
1 year ago

A platform for online courses for individual learners (no classes in physical space). Their focus is on a membership-based model, in which users can access a library of content for a fee.

65
2 years ago

A digital alternative to the gym membership that offers fitness classes and events tailored to the individual.

64
1 year ago

A digital membership site for fitness clubs, the startup plans to take over the space vacated by the fitness trackers, and is currently focused on gyms. The startup says that their users see a 50% increase in visits per month.

63
2 years ago

A freelancing marketplace with a premium membership that allows companies to outsource technical tasks to freelancers.

62
1 year ago

A digital membership card that syncs with your credit card and pays you automatically. The startup says it’s already integrated with 10,000 credit cards.

61
2 years ago

A tool for businesses to manage their group fitness memberships, allowing businesses to offer group plans in a much more flexible way than the big vendors.

60
1 year ago

A software platform that helps companies create and manage employee perks such as gym memberships and paid time off.

58
2 years ago

A personal fitness tracking app. The startup believes they can be the Uber of fitness tracking. Instead of having to choose between a gym membership or buying a fitness tracker, they want to make the process seamless.

56
1 year ago

A membership-based service that helps both individuals and businesses manage their health data. They’re a popular choice for employers.

55
2 years ago

A startup that aims to offer a new way for restaurant and entertainment venues to charge an app-based membership system that allows customers to buy tickets to in-demand events at lower prices than tickets would be otherwise. The startup is currently building a test platform for the Los Angeles concert industry.

54
1 year ago

An online-only membership service that allows users to order things that are on-demand, by an app, to be delivered by a local professional.

52
1 year ago

A “smart grocery store”, a place where you can buy groceries using a card that’s linked to your membership, and then pay for them using cash or a card of your choice. The checkout process is designed to be more efficient than the one you’d get at a traditional grocery store, with the goal being to get your groceries home faster.

52
1 year ago

A startup that helps people keep track of their expenses, including recurring subscriptions such as gym memberships and utilities.

48
1 year ago

A fitness brand that’s like a subscription service, except you don’t have to pay monthly. It’s a monthly membership for $4.99, plus $3.49 for each workout. It also has an on-demand TV service that streams the company’s workouts to non-members for $1.99 a month.

45
1 year ago

A startup that offers a membership service that allows users to get access to premium content and events from exclusive publishers. The service allows members to get one-to-one meetings with publishers, which they then can discuss their needs and preferences with the publisher.

45
1 year ago

A startup that enables restaurants to create a “pay-as-you-go” or “membership” model, offering a stream of customers who pay a monthly fee.

45
1 year ago

A new way to create and sell ebooks — through a subscription model. Publishers can offer “memberships” for $10 a month and get access to a repository of 1,000 different books. There’s a title, author, and a description of the book, as well as a collection of images. They plan to launch in the fall of 2019.

44
1 year ago

Co-working space startup that charges a membership fee for access to its space for startups, but also offers service on-premise for larger companies. The company is planning to go public soon, and is valued at $1 billion.

44
1 year ago

A membership service for food trucks that is meant to help them grow.

44
1 year ago

A gym membership that allows you to pay for an entire year in advance, with payouts over the course of the year. People can buy a membership in the first week of the month and then schedule payments for the rest of the year.

40
1 year ago

A “disruptive” way to sell gym memberships.

37
3 years ago

Idea: A tool for companies to offer rewards to employees for specific health goals. The startup is partnering with employers to offer discounts on gym memberships, yoga classes, etc. to workers who reach their goals.

33
9 months ago

A startup that helps book new memberships for gyms, which could also translate into some marketing opportunities for gyms.

30
11 months ago

A company that provides chatbots that can verbally guide you through the steps of a task, like booking a ride, and can even sign you up for things like a gym membership or a subscription. It’s currently in beta for iOS, and the startup is looking to expand to other platforms.

28
5 months ago

A tool to improve the customer experience for a client’s membership-based business. For example, a gym or fitness studio could have online scheduling functionality that allows members to set up classes and reminders for themselves.

27
1 year ago

A company that connects people with a shared interest in art and culture on a monthly subscription-based membership platform.

24
11 months ago

A membership program for retailers to buy and sell their merchandise at fixed prices.

23
9 months ago

A startup that provides a platform for co-working spaces to manage memberships, costs and other details.

21
7 months ago

A tool for managing your gym membership and paying for it all in one place. It allows you to build a custom membership plan, schedule payments, and track your memberships.

16
5 months ago

A startup that gives you the option to “cash out” your Amazon Prime subscription. The startup wants to undercut the “ongoing subscription” model that Amazon has in place, essentially allowing you to sell your membership.

13
6 months ago

A company that lets consumers buy a lifetime membership to a gym or fitness center.

11
3 years ago

Idea: A craft brewery with a subscription model — you can buy a membership which gives you a certain number of free beers per month, or you can pay for a certain number of beers per month.

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