In the age of startups, it’s easy to lose track of them all. With so many of them all around the world, which ones do we keep our eye on? Which ones have the most potential? It’s crucial to take a look at each company’s success stories and what venture-backing they’ve raised so far. Not to mention, when the pandemic hit, a lot of businesses kept on going. How did they manage with the global crisis? How did they work through such conditions? From e-commerce startups to tech and education, there is a never-ending supply of interesting and innovative companies that will soon make it big. Let’s take a look at some of the most promising startups in 2021.
An AI startup, Spacemaker is a company that aims to develop sustainable infrastructure that can help companies grow while decreasing environmental pollution. Infrastructure designers can hire Spacemaker’s services to provide all the smartest ways to maximize the value of their real-estate structure. They’ll generate and explore billions of site proposals, sort out the best ones and give developers detailed statistics about each option. The company uses machine intelligence to come up with eco-friendly designs.
This e-commerce startup developed an app service that allows customers to order food from restaurants and then pick up their orders when they get there. It’s better than the ‘drive-in’ concept since there is no waiting involved whatsoever. While restaurant owners tend to be worried that customers might not come to collect their orders, Snackpass solves the problem; As soon as a customer places an order, the app automatically deducts money from their wallet. It’s foolproof and great for everyone.
Another e-commerce startup, Cazoo has revolutionized the process of purchasing a car – online. It might sound somewhat strange and suspicious shopping for a car online, but with Cazoo it’s a painless process that makes everyone’s lives easier. Cazoo is an inspection/car selling store. It has a comprehensive 150+ point checklist that each and every car has to go through. Once you place an order, the car will be delivered to your doorstep within 72 hours. As if that isn’t enough, if for some reason you don’t like the car, you can return it with no extra charges.
A mobile coaching cloud platform, CoachHub provides personalized coaching to employees at all career levels. The platform has a pool of top certified coaches from around the world. Additionally, you can become a coach if you meet the criteria. It offers live coaching sessions via video conferences with flexible hours suitable for everyone.
This startup is a haven for all fashion lovers. It’s essentially your own fashion closet. The e-commerce app allows people to borrow luxury clothes, sell used luxury clothes and share ideas on designing custom clothes all in one place. In short, it’s an eco-friendly, convenient, and affordable app for fashion enthusiasts. It’s such a great idea, in fact, that it raised $1.5 million in funding and has Ludlow Ventures as investors.