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Speaking Startup Ideas

1 year ago

A software development company that tries to reduce the number of bugs in a product by having customers pretend to be nonspeaking computers.

2 years ago

A startup that sells physical books and online courses to help people with public speaking

1 year ago

A tool that helps people learn French by speaking with a French-speaking bot.

2 years ago

Speaking of the “Ikea of finance”, this startup is building a digital platform that lets you build your own financial portfolios.

2 years ago

A platform for customers to find and book speaking engagements with companies, without the need to cold-call.

10 months ago

Get a real-time translation of a conversation into the language you’re speaking.

2 years ago

A “dynamic” service that allows customers to take a picture of a receipt and have it automatically translated to 10 other languages. It also provides translation services for non-English speaking customers.

2 years ago

A mobile app that helps you learn new languages by speaking to a native speaker over video.

9 months ago

An online platform for pre-screening candidates before speaking engagements, meant to be used as a way to filter potentially unsuitable candidates.

7 months ago

A platform for maintaining a database of information about the world’s languages, the language you’re speaking, where you learned it, and so on. The startup aims to create a common repository of knowledge across the W3 community.

10 months ago

A student who wants to learn a new language can have his or her native speaker record a video of the learner speaking with their lips moving.

1 year ago

A platform that helps the 500,000 companies around the world with their live events. It helps them find, book and pay for speaking engagements, build an event calendar, and create a speaker’s profile for their attendees.

5 months ago

This startup helps companies build more effective meetings by giving them a way to track who’s talking, what they’re talking about, and how long they’ve been speaking. The result is a meeting that’s more engaged and productive, and the company says that it has helped the company save $1M in travel costs.

9 days ago

A messaging app that helps people overcome their fear of public speaking by helping them practice their speaking in groups.

1 year ago

A platform for ordering food from your favorite restaurants. The startup offers a platform that connects restaurants with their customers, allowing users to order food directly from the restaurant’s website by speaking to a live agent.

1 year ago

Notememe is a tool for public speaking that is designed to help you remember what you talked about. It’s a visual, like a PowerPoint, with the slides you’ve spoken on organized into the order you’ve spoken.

1 year ago

An API that allows users to upload videos and get them translated into any language for free. The API was built for Spanish-speaking countries.

8 months ago

A startup that works to make it easier for companies to hire remote workers, by helping them find, vet, and interview remote talent. The company is currently focused on the US, with an English-speaking office in Berlin.

10 months ago

We’re in the middle of a renaissance of public speaking, with the rise of social media, and a rise in the popularity of TED Talks. But there’s a gaping hole where public speaking training and public speaking coaching should be. The founders of VLIVE want to solve the problem by providing live public speaking training and coaching to individuals based on their level of comfort.

5 months ago

A startup that is helping banks build digital banking services for non-English speaking customers.

2 years ago

A startup that provides high quality videos of a therapist or counselor speaking to a client The therapist or counselor gets paid per video viewed

2 years ago

Idea: This is a mobile app that makes it easy to get a ride using your smartphone Riders can also use the app to manage their ride, directly with the driver, without speaking to a dispatcher It’s currently available in the Bay Area, with free rides during the trial period