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Great Startup Ideas

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There are a lot of really great ideas out there, and we’re only just getting started.


A platform for sharing and selling reusable office supplies to businesses. The startup focuses on 8 great office supply items that are used a lot, but don’t get recycled as often as they should. They’re currently focusing on the US, but plan to expand internationally and into business software.


A “network of people and resources to help you build a great website”.


A translator that translates the voice of a user's phone into text. The startup, which was founded in May, says that a lot of the time people are talking to themselves, and that voice-to-text software works great but is hard to use.


A new way to find great local coffee.


Smartphones are great for task-tracking but lack any standalone tools to do things like keep a grocery list or plan a meal. Synapse is an app that takes all your shopping/cooking/meal plans and puts them into one place.


A tool to enable employers to create and manage their podcasts. The company is taking a very dry subject and making it fun, like “How to be a great manager”


A company that is building a “digital proof of concept” for the drug industry. The company is developing a platform that will allow pharmaceutical companies to test the safety of their clinical trial drugs and track the performance of their products, data that would be of great value to the FDA.


A platform that helps small business owners and startups collaborate on marketing strategy and execute their marketing campaigns with greater efficiency.


Great ideas are not the only way to win. The best ideas are those which are best suited to the ecosystem and market.


In the coming months, we will be sharing more great ideas across a variety of verticals.


A La Carte is a service that connects companies with independent contractors, and allows them to earn extra income via their own websites. They say that in the past few years they’ve signed up over 500 businesses in the Greater Boston area, earning over $2 million in additional revenue, and have scaled their operations to 3,800 independent contractors.


A Canadian startup that has been testing a new way to deal with the waste of Canadian food waste by using what they call “a great bed of lettuce”.


A platform for the self-employed that automates their payroll process, so they can spend more time doing what they love. It’s a great story about how an app is designed to solve an employee’s problem, but can also be built with their customers in mind.


A tool that helps businesses identify potential employees by answering the question, “What’s the guy or gal who would be a great addition to our team”.


A phone app for sending automated text messages to people who are at an event. Great when a speaker gives an update to a crowd and they are lost for a moment, and also great for sending reminders about things like a doctor’s appointment.


A way for people to find a great hair stylist


A platform that helps users find great deals from local businesses, but don’t have to go to the store. The startup sees itself competing with Groupon, although it hopes to target smaller businesses and compete with Groupon’s recent move to focus on higher-margin, bigger deals.


While all of these startups are doing great things, are they actually doing anything


A startup that wants to make a way for brands to quickly and cheaply build an Instagram-like social media account directly on Facebook. Great for influencers who don’t want to deal with complicated Instagram accounts.


A platform that helps you find and book a great doctor online.


Telling people’s stories is great, but not every story is worth telling—at least, not all the time. This startup is trying to make it easy to tell your stories, but only when it’s a good idea.


A startup that is building a way to help consumers find great deals and discounts on their favorite products and services. The startup has built an AI engine that scours the web to find the best deals and sends them to users through email.


A startup that is offering a graphical way to explore the world’s most epic landscapes in 3D, including the Alps, Everest, and Kilimanjaro. It’s an easy-to-use 3D modeling platform that lets users build their own worlds, or explore places like Machu Picchu, the Great Wall of China, or the Falkland Islands.


A platform that aims to make it easier for developers to create great online stores that are engaging and easy to use.


A SaaS platform that helps companies in the taxi industry gain greater control over their own operations.


Our team is trying to disrupt the world of product development by creating a platform that allows startups to focus on great product ideas instead of building the product itself.


A startup that sells a great idea, product and marketing. A startup is a bit like a small business, but with zero overhead. It’s the idea that you’re selling.


Idea: A platform to bring great coffee to everyone, everywhere The startup is building a barista-grade coffee brewing system using the Nespresso capsule format The company says it has $8,500 in monthly recurring revenue


Idea: Allows people to send money to family and friends in the Philippines via chat apps like Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, and Telegram The chat apps offer a great way to chat with people, but it’s a hassle to send money via another platform like PayPal or Venmo, so they’re using chat apps as the payment mechanism


Idea: A documentation platform for software development sites. The startup makes it easy to build and manage docs that are both well organized and look great.


Idea: A startup that helps subscription companies sell online courses more effectively. The company is currently working with companies like The Great Courses, Lynda and Udemy, offering their software at no cost.