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Storefront Startup Ideas



2 months ago

This company wants to create an app that will catch the attention of people who are passing by storefronts and then tell them about the experiences within.

152
2 years ago

This app helps content creators sell their products on Amazon, using a digital storefront.

137
2 years ago

A startup that provides an online toolkit for building ecommerce storefronts.

111
1 year ago

A startup that provides professional services for marketing, design, and technology to brands that want to set up their own online storefronts.

109
1 year ago

A tool that helps businesses make and manage their own digital storefronts, which they plug into their website.

106
2 years ago

An eCommerce company that offers virtual and physical storefronts for customers to order from.

105
2 years ago

A company that wants to help retailers and restaurant chains build their own online storefronts from scratch. The startup helps with building the critical first step of a business, from creating a landing page to getting the store’s inventory all set up.

103
2 years ago

A tool that lets you create and manage your own personal e-commerce store. The startup aims to help you create a storefront, or online shop, on Shopify or WooCommerce that will be managed entirely by you.

103
2 years ago

A way of creating a digital storefront to sell products on Amazon.com with 3% of sales going to the seller.

102
2 years ago

A startup that helps small business owners manage and grow their business across the internet by allowing them to create a virtual storefront, and tap into the expertise of other entrepreneurs.

97
1 year ago

allows companies to create online shopfronts for their products, eliminating the need for physical storefronts. It’s growing quickly, and recently closed a $3.8 million series A round.

97
1 year ago

BizCloud is building an app that allows companies to turn any website into a digital storefront. This would allow them to create an “app store” and sell digital products and services.

92
1 year ago

A cloud-based platform for e-commerce that allows sellers to create their own storefronts.

89
2 years ago

A digital storefront for selling and marketing your art. The company is currently focused on artists whose work is sold by galleries, but it wants to expand into more verticals.

87
2 years ago

This startup is building a tool that allows small businesses to sell items on their own websites, without worrying about offline inventory or storefronts.

81
1 year ago

A digital storefront for low-income people to buy used items from other people across the country, with a focus on items that are hard to find in the country.

80
1 year ago

The company wants to make it easier for people to sell their old games online with a digital storefront, and also make it easier for people to get paid when they find bugs in games.

77
1 year ago

A tool for those who sell their own art, such as artists, musicians, and writers. It allows people to set up a storefront and sell their works to paying customers.

75
2 years ago

A company that helps retail chains and radio stations travel agency and tour operators to create their own digital storefronts.

72
1 year ago

A platform for small businesses to rent or lease their storefronts, with a backend API that developers can use to build apps for managing rental inventory and payments.

66
11 months ago

A digital storefront for artists and designers to sell their own artwork and designs.

64
1 year ago

This startup lets retailers build a custom app for their business. The idea is to let retailers build a store-specific app that gives them the tools to keep track of inventory, take reservations, and handle loyalty programs. It’s like a storefront made for the store.

46
1 year ago

A startup that lets users pay for their own ads on websites and social media. The startup is also announcing its first acquisition, a company called ad optimization engine Storefront that has developed a technology to show ads to people based on their demographic profile.

40
11 months ago

A sort of storefront for people selling their used items, with a focus on selling “non-traditional” goods, like vintage clothing or vinyl records.

40
1 year ago

A digital storefront for physical objects, similar to Etsy but focused on travel and experiences.

39
3 months ago

Businesses that have a permanent physical presence in a city can now use Google Maps to check the status of their storefront — whether it’s open or closed — and see when it will open.

36
4 months ago

This is a shop that’s trying to bring the best of a physical bookstore to the digital world. The startup is currently working with a handful of brick-and-mortar stores and wants to use partnerships with retailers like Barnes and Noble’s and Amazon to bring their digital storefront to those physical stores.

35
1 year ago

A tool for small businesses to create a “digital storefront” for their products, which then appears on their website.

33
8 months ago

Startups with a “retail-first” mindset, focused on selling a product through a web-based storefront, rather than in a physical store. They tend to be larger, with 4–7 employees.

33
8 months ago

A platform that allows a business to rent space in their storefront for shoppers to use to do their own shopping. This is done either by the business itself or by a third party that acts as an agent.

33
5 months ago

A platform that acts as a digital storefront for artists, connecting them directly to fans, and allows them to sell digital downloads as well

33
1 year ago

A startup that aims to make it easier for small business owners to have a storefront presence on the internet. Instead of opening a website the company works with businesses to have a simple storefront integrated into their existing business.

31
10 months ago

The company, known as “The Pick”, is building a system that helps users find the products they need when they’re not in the store. The Pick offers a digital storefront and mobile app that allow users to search products, compare prices, and get delivery times.

30
7 months ago

A startup that helps companies manage their online storefronts. The tool is meant to help small retailers, who currently have to manage their storefronts themselves. The startup is offering the tool as a monthly subscription with a free one-month trial.

30
11 months ago

A platform to help retailers sell their products. The startup recently launched a “marketplace” where it displays products from different retailers that it has teamed up with on a branded storefront.

29
7 months ago

 A self-serve platform that allows anyone to create an online store or e-commerce storefront. The startup has 13 employees and is bootstrapped.

23
4 months ago

A platform for sellers and brands to grow on the Shopify platform by providing an alternative to the storefront that many sellers already use there.

22
4 months ago

The company has a new product that lets small businesses use the same tools as larger companies to set up a storefront. The product is meant to be a more accessible alternative to the Shopify platform.

22
20 days ago

 A subscription-based marketplace for businesses to buy and sell products online, in an effort to replace the need for physical storefronts.

14
3 months ago

A startup that helps merchants integrate digital loyalty programs with their storefronts.

12
26 days ago

A startup that offers mobile phone repair at its storefronts, with the first location opening in June 2015. The company says that most of its repairs cost $70, but that it can return a phone to a customer for free if it doesn’t work.

10
1 month ago

A startup that wants to create a version of Amazon, where consumers can buy products directly from brands. The startup says they’re building a storefront that’s all about discovery and discovery is the hard part.

8
2 years ago

Idea: A startup that makes a $500 software-as-a-service platform for managing storefronts. These give pop-up shops a chance to set up shop in a new city in a matter of hours.

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