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People love their pets, but when it comes to veterinary care, there’s a shortage of vets, and a high cost. PetMeds is building a subscription service that integrates with veterinarians to deliver pharmaceuticals and supplies to pets at home, where they can get better care and less expensively.

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A monthly subscription service that sends home delivery and grocery shopping to your doorstep.

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This is a subscription tool for nonprofits that helps them keep track of donations and donors. The company is launching in the US in early 2019.

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A startup that sells a monthly subscription box of all the best products from Kickstarter each month

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An online-only, subscription-based service that allows people to buy and sell payments immediately from their bank accounts.

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A company that makes a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are like a high-end pair of AirPods, but with a subscription service to make them more affordable.

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Building a subscription service for hosting websites, similar to Windows’ own hosting service but without the cost.

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A revenue sharing model for people who want to share their personal data with advertisers. By offering a monthly subscription, the company expects to earn revenue from those who feel most comfortable sharing their data.

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A subscription streaming video service that’s aiming to be the Netflix of food shows, with a focus on the culinary arts. The company is currently in the business development stage.

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A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program that provides customers with weekly deliveries of fresh produce and other items from local farmers. Customers pay for their weekly deliveries of local fruits and vegetables through a subscription model.

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A monthly subscription service that sends you an e-book on a topic you’ve selected every month. The company launched in December, and is signing up more than 50,000 new subscribers every month, the founder tells me.

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A Chinese-based company that is trying to build a subscription-based web hosting service.

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A web-based SaaS that helps businesses sell products with coupon codes, through the company’s own network of retailers. The startup sells coupons via a monthly subscription program, and will offer a “freemium” model to startups and small businesses who want to use the tool without it costing them.

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Skip is a direct to consumer platform for retailers to create their own branded subscriptions.

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A subscription-based service that organizes people’s photos and videos into a repository on their behalf.

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The goal of this startup is to help consumers shop for services that match their needs, rather than relying on recommendations from friends and family. The company looks to compete with platforms like Groupon and LivingSocial by selling subscriptions that will take care of the customer. The startup is already working with a number of Wal-Mart and Kroger stores.

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It’s a lifestyle music service, where you can access your library from any device and listen to the music in whatever order you want. You can also pay for a subscription to get access to a wider library.

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A platform that helps small businesses manage their coffee orders online. It’s free to use for customers, but the company hopes to make money by turning the system into a recurring subscription.

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Hoping to use the same playbook as the coffee industry to grow their subscriptions to their platform, Hopin.

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A SaaS platform that helps companies manage their expense reports. It starts with a monthly subscription and then allows the user to create expense reports that are editable and searchable, with the option to export.

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ShopStyle is a subscription-based visual merchandising platform that allows retailers to create branded shopping experiences. ShopStyle gives retailers a way to create different streaming layouts, video ads, and product displays that are tailored to each individual customer.

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A startup that offers a variety of revenue opportunities to creators, including merchandising, subscriptions, and merchandising.

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A monthly subscription service meant to help you save for retirement.

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A startup that’s building out a platform to help users with recurring payments like subscriptions and digital products. The product helps people manage their recurring payments, and is already being used by 65,000 users with 30,000 active channels.

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A startup that provides a monthly subscription service where someone comes to your house and provides a manicure, pedicure, facial,

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There’s a really big market for high-end home security systems. The startup is building a system that helps you get the best one for your needs, with a $5 monthly subscription.

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A startup backed by Sequoia that helps developers monetize their apps by converting them into subscription-based services for consumers.

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A startup that sits between the customer and the subscription, helping businesses deliver a more

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A tool for invoice verification for subscription services.

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The company has begun to experiment with a plan to bring a $10/month subscription service to consumers that would provide a weekly Amazon Prime-like service to customers. The company could be an alternative to people who don’t like Amazon Prime’s current offerings.

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A consumer-facing startup that offers a subscription-based service for finding and saving a place to stay.

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A company that makes it easy for brands to build and launch their own social media accounts, for free. They charge brands for the pages they create rather than charging a fixed subscription fee.

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A subscription-based music streaming service for independent musicians.

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A startup that makes a monthly subscription box for people who want to learn how to code

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A physical card that can be used to charge software as a service, like SaaS, subscriptions and free trials.

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A company that takes a subscription-based model for health insurance, and looks to make it as affordable as possible. The startup is also looking to launch in January.

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A company that helps connect individuals and families to caregivers, offering them a premium subscription service.

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A monthly subscription service that allows app publishers to get more money from advertisers.

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A B2B company that provides software for subscription managers, allowing them to more easily sell recurring subscriptions to their customers.

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A startup that gets people to pay for a subscription to have someone come to their house and properly hang pictures

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A no-code app which allows users to take a photo, upload it, and have it designed with a scratch-off code. The designs can be made by users for free or paid via subscription.

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A new type of event registration system, which is a hybrid of Google Apps and Eventbrite. The company’s founder says that while it currently is free, it will be a subscription model in the future. The startup was founded in June.

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A B2B SaaS platform that helps companies establish a “loyalty ecosystem”. It’s a subscription based platform that connects people with companies and brands they’re loyal to.

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A startup that helps people track the money they’re spending online, including all their subscriptions and subscriptions to services like Netflix. The startup’s co-founder said it’s been profitable in the past year.

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A personal finance podcast for people looking to make more money. It’s subscription based.

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Creating a social network for small business owners. The business plan is to start with a $10/month subscription service and then build a full social network for small businesses.

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A subscription-based social media platform that integrates with Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to share posts and access content.

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Similar to the standard credit card processing business, but with a more tailored product. The startup has a subscription model, and aims to break down the barriers to entry for smaller businesses.

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A startup that sells a subscription service that sends someone to clean your house once a month. The startup is advertising the service on Facebook, reaching a lot of potential customers that have seen its ads and are interested in it.

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A platform for selling online courses and subscriptions, allowing students to take online courses for credit and work towards certifications.

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A ‘Book of the Month’ subscription service that promises to send a book to your door with the month you sign up for. It’s currently in the UK and Ireland, with Australia and New Zealand plans for 2020.

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This app is a replacement for spreadsheets. The app helps users manage every aspect of their finances, including contracts, invoices, and approvals. The startup offers a monthly subscription fee for the software and gives users a free trial period.

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A video-sharing site focused on sharing original content with the goal of earning revenue through ads and paid subscriptions

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A platform which helps people sign up for and manage their subscriptions.

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Foodway is a startup whose goal is to make it easier for people to eat healthy food. It’s building a subscription service that connects restaurants with local food suppliers and curates food for its users.

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A subscription-based service that helps small businesses with customs clearance, shipping, and other shipping-related issues.

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A subscription app that allows users to set up a recurring payment to a third party. The startup is building out a recurring payments API to serve as a base for other startups that want to create recurring payments solutions.

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An automated subscription service that promises to send you a box of the best things it finds on the internet for you — and it’s free. It’s based on a Reddit post from early January in which the founder said he was “unemployed and bored” while on a trip.

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A startup that offers a platform that allows subscribers to pay for new channels using their trial subscription. This allows them to add all the channels they want without paying a bundle of money.

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A company that handles the billing for companies that offer paid subscriptions to their services. They’ve been in business for 5 months.

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The startup’s first product is a subscription service that sends out a box of books each month to clients. It’s meant to be a “Netflix for books”

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A startup that solves the problem of lost internet data connectivity, with a paid subscription service that sends data to the cloud when internet connectivity is lost.

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A platform that lets you see the “live” traffic on a website, so you can see how long a user is on your site before buying and/or cancelling a subscription.

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This is an alternative to the standard subscription model for software. Instead of buying software and only using it, it allows companies to buy access to the software for a set number of uses over a year, and then the software is deactivated once the period is up.

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A startup that offers an online subscription service to pay for parking in downtown San Francisco. The startup also offers a mobile app that allows customers to pay for parking without going into an office.

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A company that offers pay-as-you-go and monthly subscriptions for internet-connected gadgets.

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Koku is a tool for people to build their own subscription-based service. Koku is meant to be a one-stop shop for all of a person’s subscription needs, with a toolset designed for ease of use. The startup is a Y Combinator company, and has over 200,000 users and is profitable.

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A startup that allows enterprise-scale companies to create an account, manage their subscriptions in one place, and get support.

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A subscription box service that lets you pick and choose which items you want in your box.

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It’s a subscription service for most common household cleaning needs.

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The company wants to make negotiating harder than it already is by providing a simple, searchable interface for employees to search the market for best deals on everything from Amazon Prime subscriptions to a new suit.

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This startup is a monthly subscription service that aims to make cross-border payments as easy and frictionless as possible.

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A startup and subscription service that brings the best deals on flights, hotels, rental cars, and more to any phone.

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Byju's helps students set up learning programs and track their progress. The startup has been around for a while, but the recent YC batch saw a big spike in students signing up. Byju's has a $5 monthly subscription.

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A monthly subscription service for home laundry detergent that offers recommendations for how much to buy, when and how to use it. The startup has already sold more than $2 million in the past year from its first customers–with over 25,000 subscriptions.

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This startup is looking to automatically generate and sell weekly email subscriptions to people based on their buying habits. The email service is for people who want to make sure they get email notifications for products they purchase frequently, like coffee or a subscription service, like Gilt or Birchbox.

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A startup that offers a subscription service for small businesses that comes with a free package of everything you need in order to set up your business.

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A subscription-based, monthly newsletter that helps entrepreneurs quickly grow their business.

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A subscription-based phone service that hooks up to your existing phone line via the internet. The startup wants to take the $10 or so a month charge to connect to the internet and use your phone for calls.

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A subscription-based service that allows people to get their medical records from their primary care physician to a specialist at their choice for a fee. The company also claims that it can help people find specialists within a certain time frame.

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

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A subscription-based service for managing your credit score. The startup is looking to partner with banks and credit card companies to make it easier to monitor your credit.

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A company that lets businesses sell discounted subscriptions to their members.

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A comic book subscription box that sends customers a new comic each month.

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A startup that sells a monthly subscription for B2B companies to access a single dashboard to track and visualize all their sales data in one place.

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A music subscription service that pays artists based on how much music people listen to. The company is already in talks with artists to create original content and bring it to their platform.

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A subscription based photo storage service.

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A subscription-based loyalty card company that helps people earn reward points and redeem them for real goods and experiences (like $20 off your next coffee)

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A subscription-based service for making video calls to other people that connects you to the person you’re calling with a data connection, not the person you’re calling.

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It’s a subscription based service that sends users a new piece of content every week.

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A monthly subscription service that helps users connect with potential customers and grow their businesses.

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A live-streaming tool meant to be used for video interviews. The company is also building a subscription-based premium service that will allow users to conduct live-streamed interviews.

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A food delivery service for restaurants. The startup offers customers a subscription model, giving them access to a $20-30 menu of food available between the hours of 8am and 2am.

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 A free 3D printer for students and educators. The company is also launching a subscription service to provide access to more advanced models and features.

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A tool for companies to use for employee scheduling, with plans to expand to a paid subscription model later

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A startup that helps companies access the best business data from their phone. A subscription model starts at $10 per month.

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A company that claims to make the barcode into a more useful tool, making it possible to track things like copies, subscriptions, and more.

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A premium subscription service for people who want to track their finances, based on the idea that most people need a little help when it comes to money.

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A tool for freelancers that allows them to create invoices with no upfront cost or monthly subscription. The startup is looking to be a cheaper alternative to Upwork and Freelancer.

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A one-stop shop for designer brands to offer their products through a subscription box service. It costs $35 monthly, with a commitment of 3 months.

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A company that focuses on a specific vertical, like consulting or data science. It’s a subscription service for software developers, focusing on the areas they’re most well-versed in. They’re working with other companies in that vertical.

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A subscription-based service that provides remote employees with a $1,000 emergency fund.

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A maker of subscription boxes to help customers discover, purchase, and ship products from retailers across the country. Each month, the service helps subscribers pick each month’s “box” based on their interests, which is hand-curated by the company’s team.

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A subscription-based service for managing and sharing your money. The company is building a service for people who want a personalized, financial dashboard, but don’t want to pay the hefty $200 per month that a traditional financial advisor charges.

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Elevate gives businesses a way to sell subscriptions to their services, and the startup has already signed up 4,000 users in 40 different countries.

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A subscription-free, open-source messaging platform for teams. The startup’s founders say they want to transform how groups collaborate.

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An alternative to the pay-per-click model of web advertising that’s based on a subscription model rather than a pay-per-click scheme. It’s pitching itself as a way for both marketers and consumers to get the information they want.

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A way for anyone who wants to get into real estate investing to get started. In order to get started, you get a monthly subscription of $1,000 worth of Real Estate Investing services from a network of experts.

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SaaS service that helps anyone in the US get access to a local attorney. The startup currently has $5,000 monthly recurring revenue for a plan that includes a regular subscription, support and a network of attorneys.

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A startup that sells a subscription box that provides users with a variety of high-end beauty products

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A platform that lets people rent tools, repair their own things, and get their things fixed instantly through the app, which uses a subscription-based service to keep costs down.

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A security-focused video service that doesn’t require a subscription.

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A startup that provides a platform for companies to pay employees via a monthly subscription instead of a one-time salary.

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A social logbook for software developers, with a subscription model and a system for quickly getting a quote from a developer.

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A startup that wants to help people manage their student loan debt. The company takes a subscription model that pays off the loan over time.

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A digital platform for designers to sell their work to customers, with most of the revenue coming from a subscription model.

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A $50 monthly subscription for unlimited streaming on Spotify and YouTube

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Made for use by beauty brands, ByNu is a $10 per month subscription service that breaks down your email marketing and social media data into a visual dashboard that shows you which of your social media posts perform the best.

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A social enterprise that sells a monthly subscription to its members, who can use the service to get a cup of tea in their home or a drink in a restaurant. The company hopes to provide a service to the growing number of people who do not have access to this basic human necessity.

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A new type of mobile subscription that allows users to pay for mobile service without a contract.

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A subscription based e-commerce platform that allows users to purchase merchandise on an exclusive basis or for a limited time.

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A cloud-based music course marketplace that takes a subscription model. The startup is also building a platform to help artists control their rights, manage their catalog, and sell their music.

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A subscription-based business that connects customers with home health care providers.

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A program that helps small businesses get funding from angel investors, working on a subscription model that allows users to pay a monthly fee for access to the service.

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A subscription-based service that makes it easier for retailers to manage their shipping and returns.

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A subscription-based service for health professionals to promote their services.

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Woothemes is a B2B e-commerce platform that helps companies sell branded items online. The company’s business model is based on a subscription model that charges companies a monthly subscription fee to use the company’s software and marketing services.

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A startup for buying and selling virtual goods such as in-game items, digital downloads, and subscription services. The startup wants to make it easier for people to buy and sell virtual goods.

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A company that makes subscription-based graphics for web, iOS, and Android. They make their graphics available for free for non-commercial use, but charge for commercial use.

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A platform that helps companies manage and share content with their customers, including marketing and sales materials. The startup charges a monthly subscription and charges a minimum of $50 per month.

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The startup sells a subscription-based email inbox that reduces the noise, clutter, and time it takes to respond to email, enabling users to focus on the important stuff.

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A startup that sells a subscription service where you can rent a video game, but also buy a physical copy of the video game

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A company that sets up home security systems for its customers, using a subscription model.

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A platform that helps businesses with a global reach, from small companies to multinationals, to grow their brand in a country where they have no footprint. It charges a small monthly subscription fee and allows you to add your business to a pool of companies to bid on.

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A cloud-based platform that allows families and businesses to forgo forking over large sums of money on software subscriptions and instead just pay for the software they use.

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A B2B subscription service for companies to manage employee travel expenses

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This New York City startup is building a subscription service for the restaurant industry. The founders behind the company believe that the industry is plagued by high costs and a lack of execution.

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A startup that sells a subscription box to help you get organized You’d open it up and realize that it contains all of the things you need to get your house organized

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A startup that sells a subscription box service where you get a box of random items every month

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A startup that sells a subscription service that helps people get organized It would help people keep track of their receipts and organize their finances

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A startup that sells a subscription service where people pay a monthly fee and receive a box of snacks

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Idea: A startup that sells personal training services on a subscription basis, with plans starting at $5 per month

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Idea: A monthly subscription box for women that gives them the tools they need to be more confident and less afraid The company started off by selling a box of self-defense products (think pepper spray, tasers, whistles, and more

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Idea: A subscription-based service that provides the tools to discover new favorite books

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Idea: A business that helps companies build and manage lists of users who are interested in a particular product The company has a subscription model, and its largest customer is in the pharmaceutical industry

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Idea: A startup that helps e-commerce businesses set up an online shop and streamline their payments processing, with a focus on offering recurring billing options for SaaS businesses and subscriptions

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Idea: Creating a product that helps online publishers make more money from subscription models.

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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.

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A “subscription commerce” platform for selling art. The startup charges $5 per month for 3 paintings, which subscribers receive in the mail every month.

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Idea: A web-based hotel booking platform for vacationers in Asia, built natively for mobile. Their models includes a monthly subscription service for hotels, allowing them to focus on customer service and other features.

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Idea: A subscription box that helps people get into the sport of boxing. The company is currently working on a second version of the box with plans to launch in late October.

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Idea: A platform for SaaS companies to manage their customers’ subscriptions and billing, built for companies with thousands of customers.

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Idea: A platform for getting the most out of your coffee. The startup offers three products: a coffee subscription service, a coffee maker that brews a single cup at a time, and a French press. Their subscription service offers 12 different types of coffee every month.

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Idea: A company that offers a subscription service for pain relief patches, which they say will help users manage pain more effectively.

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Idea: A subscription box that helps you move into a new place, with tools and supplies to create a home office.

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xtractor is a platform for helping publishers convert their subscriptions into recurring revenue, which is often more profitable. xtractor’s pitch is hyperfocused on their customers’ business needs, like improving reader retention and increasing subscription and recurring revenue.

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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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A startup that sells a monthly subscription box for people who are working on a business idea

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A startup that sells a monthly subscription to 4-6 books for people who want to read more but don’t have the time

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A startup that provides a monthly subscription box for women's hygiene products that don't have a lot of options out there

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 A startup that sells a subscription service to teach people how to use their smartphones

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