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Typically Startup Ideas

1 year ago

A SaaS company that helps clothing designers with their marketing and sales process, unlike current fashion marketplaces which typically drive high traffic to designers' e-commerce websites.

3 years ago

Seed-stage, early-stage, and pre-seed stage seed-stage companies are typically those that are less than 2 years old, and are valued between $500,000 and

3 years ago

Crowdvilla is a startup that lets you book room reservations online, for prices that are typically lower than a hotel's.

3 years ago

Builds mobile apps for small and medium-sized businesses that are typically handled by outsourced developers. It helps the client keep track of their employees and their weekly hours, track expenses, and generate invoices.

1 month ago

A payment processing startup focused on small businesses that delivers a much lower processing cost than businesses typically pay, allowing them to offer lower prices to their customers.

3 years ago

The startup is developing a personalized learning platform that connects students with academic experts, helping them identify their strengths and weaknesses and to improve their grades. In a space that typically focuses on grades, the startup is looking to provide a holistic approach to learning.

3 years ago

Building a tool to help publicly traded companies file for an IPO faster, something that’s typically a multi-year process with multiple roadblocks.

1 year ago

A data and management platform for people to manage and grow their online business. The startup is building a data/management platform, called a “Customer Engagement Platform”. It hopes to supplement the analytics and customer management that businesses typically use with a more predictive and nuanced type of data.

2 years ago

The BLS blog provides a daily newsletter, typically written by an economist, that summarizes recent changes in labor market conditions locally and nationally, and features summaries of research findings.

2 years ago

A “non-traditional” startup that focuses on the aftermarket. It focuses on a market that’s typically difficult to reach because of the need for a deeper understanding of a customer’s business and needs.

1 year ago

A global network of local markets, with local farmers who are able to sell their produce directly to consumers. The company’s customers are typically top-tier restaurants and grocery stores.

2 years ago

A startup that offers a way for people to book rides from their homes to the airport. UberX rides are typically cheaper than cab rides, but even after the startup’s recent troubles, it has a market share of over 30%.

2 years ago

The other factor is the service-based nature of B2B companies. B2B companies typically spend on services, such as accounting or legal services. The most common B2B service businesses include accounting, banking, and legal services. B2B marketing startups are therefore more likely to be targeting B2

2 years ago

An e-commerce app for small operations (typically unlicensed) that allows them to get orders and ship products directly to customers, as well as manage inventory and customer accounts.

1 year ago

This company wants to build an app that will help people find doctors who are willing to perform medical procedures that are typically not covered by insurance.

1 year ago

A startup that helps entrepreneurs in the US get their home-based businesses into compliance with the tax code. It’s also a service that has helped 35 lawyers in the Bay Area file taxes in just over 3 hours, typically via telephone.

1 year ago

A platform that helps financial institutions, including banks and credit unions, provide services like checking accounts and loans. These services are typically offered by financial advisors and brokers.

1 year ago

A startup that helps companies automate their customer support, typically by making it easier to collect data and send out automated responses to customers.

1 year ago

Startups can either use a SaaS service or build their own website, but the latter typically takes longer and costs more. The company makes it easy for startups to deploy a fully-functional website within 48 hours for $1,000

8 months ago

Additionally, startups are typically small, so there is often no need for more than a couple of volunteers per week.

1 year ago

A startup that allows home sellers, who typically have a lot of personal information on their listing, to provide an online quote that sellers can easily adjust. The seller can see how much the buyer wants to spend, and change the price of the inventory.

1 year ago

A startup that uses machine learning to provide the type of financial advice customers would typically get from a licensed financial professional.

10 months ago

A startup that makes it easier to hire contractors. The startup makes it easy to say, “I want to hire a designer to do this,” and they can find one who typically works for a few hours for free.

11 months ago

A company that helps banks, loans, and credit unions automate their lending policies, typically for a lower cost than current analog solutions.

1 year ago

A bank for the underbanked, targeting those who don’t have bank accounts, who typically live in rural areas, and are just too poor to be able to afford a bank.

9 months ago

A tech company that helps help customers who want to buy their own insurance. If a customer wants to buy insurance, they can use the app to get quotes from all the different providers, and then choose the best one. The app is free, and the company will charge a percentage of the premium, typically 35%.

3 months ago

This startup wants to give freelancers an alternative to the freelance marketplace, with a startup that pays them more than what they’d typically get in the marketplace.

4 months ago

A platform to facilitate payments in the B2B space. They want to replace the roles of brokers and agents, who typically serve as middlemen.

3 months ago

This startup wants to make it easier for baby boomers to sell their used homes, which are typically a good investment but often sit empty for years.