What are some startups with unique business models?

by SMEBOOK (admin) · January 18, 2021

There are a lot of companies out there which have a unique business model. Some of these were on the brink of collapse. Imbued with ingenuity that has helped them standout from the rest, you should check them out:

  • Skillshare: Skillshare launched as an all inclusive education marketplace — experts could teach a class on any subject, and anyone could attend, for $20 or $25. But this past March, Squishier moved to a $10 per month, all-you-can-eat model.
  • Stitchfix: Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service in the United States. It uses recommendation algorithms to personalize clothing items based on budget, size and style.
  • Zady: Zady champions prudent consumerism and aims to change the way we perceive about the fashion industry, particularly fast fashion.
  • Handybook: Handy is an online two-sided marketplace for residential cleaning, installation, and other home services
  • Popsugar: Popsugar’s content covers everything its target demo is interested in — , celebrity, fashion, beauty, fitness, food, parenting and entertainment— in a variety of formats, including online, TV and in-app.
  • Uber: Uber Technologies commonly known as Uber, is an American company that provides vehicles for food delivery (Uber Eats), hire, package delivery, couriers, bikes and freight transportation.

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What are some startups with unique business models?

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