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Top 10 Start Ups To Make it Big in 2016

Top 10 Start Ups To Make it Big in 2016

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2015 was a good year in terms of startup businesses. There were some amazing ideas that came out developed by young entrepreneurs. It’s amazing to see young minds selecting basic ideas and turning them  into  viable businesses  that appeal to a large consumer base.

We have compiled a list of the sexiest top 10 business startups which have turned into a brand just within a year.

1. Hungryroot:


Hungryroot is an extremely simple concept which might not have worked as well in the past, but in 2015 it’s probably the most genius idea ever making many wonder; “why dint I come up with that”. Imagine if someone told you that you could eat pasta, pizza and burgers without having to make the effort as well as not gaining weight! Hungryroot gives you just that. The idea was developed by former Groupon exec Ben McKean. When you order from Hungryroot, you get a packaged meal the next day that consists of 70 to 80% vegetables and 20% protein. Your package comes with vegetable ingredients such as sweet potatoes, beetroot,  zucchinis, and more. The choice protein is  on the consumer and put it all together the package comes with a uniquely delicious sauce. In its first month, Hungryroot sold 10,000 meals! Crazy or what?!

2. Headspace:

Focusing on more of a relax and chilled feeling headspace is an app which is targeted towards people who wish to mediate at home following the app rather than joining a yoga class. Don’t get me wrong yoga is great fun but who has time to join a yoga class with a full-fledged 9-5. The best way to relax yourself is to “do it yourself”. The idea has also become quite popular in Silicon Valley where many companies are focusing on unlocking the hidden potential within their employees through meditation. Now that I believe is a great work environment.  Headspace has over a million users in 150 countries

3. Volumental:

A Swedish startup that is the epitome of modern technology. It’s a low cost, high resolution software that’s allows the user to scan the human body parts. The software uses state of the art depth-sensing camera like the Kinect to create precise models that can be uploaded to a 3D printer. The idea is in its development phase but has created many waves and is quite a major step forward in medical science as well as in fashion.

4. Bumble:


Bumble was founded by Whitney Wolfe who was a Tinder cofounder. After she left the Tinder she developed on the idea on which Tinder operates but refined it and gave the reigns to the woman. The app is similar to tinder in respect of matching profiles based on interest, however the approaching is only done by the ladies on the app. and men who receive a match have 24 hours to respond before the match disappears. When same-sex couples get matched on the app, either party can make the first move.  The app is an overnight success with more than a million downloads in just eight months.

5. Instacart:

Instacart is your stereotypical 21st century app that you would expect to be released in 2015. The app allows you to order groceries online and they will be delivered to you within an hour. As of now it operates in 10 cities and a massive hit with people who are too old, too busy or too lazy to be bothered to go to the supermarket to buy groceries.  Most locations offer food and household essentials from Costco, Harris Teeter, and Whole Foods.

6. The League:


Tired of dating assholes? Tired of coming across your plumber as a potential match? Well its about time we had an app like League. To sign up for this dating application you need to have a good college degree preferably from an Ivy league college (who would have thought that students from ivy league have trouble scoring a date!). The idea however is smart, because there is a lot of trash on dating sites and to have it filtered from the very start is a dream. Amanda Bradford, a Stanford graduate founded The League to match up highly intellectual and interesting single professionals. Its users often have advanced degrees.

7. Eero:


Distortion in Wi-Fi signals can be something that tests ones patience, especially when your Wi-Fi reaches everywhere but your room. It can be quite a challenge to make it work. Eero is a white device one can buy to address this first world problem. The device is white pod which uses Bluetooth and mesh networking to connect and extend the Wi-Fi in your home. The creators say that one needs three devices to get that uninterrupted Wi-Fi speed, one is connected to the modem whilst the remaining get plugged to  power outlets.  The devices connect to one another through internal radios. Eero’s devices are available for preorder now — you can get one for $125 or three for $299.

8. Even:

Even is a wealth management application for the people who don’t have a lot of wealth. It is targeted mainly towards people with poor credit, people who get hourly paychecks. The application provides people in need with a credit to pay their bills and get by. The application for this credit granting service charges a fixed fee which is not based on interest . Even works with a user’s bank account, charging $5 a week to give users a steady paycheck for the same amount of money every week, There’s also a pause button, which stops payments, for users who are facing financial difficulty.

9. Vive:

Vive is genius if you’re a girl with frizzy unmanageable hair and with low tolerance to doing it yourself every day. Vive is subscription based blow dry service for $99 a month in which you can get as many blow drys as you want. Cool right? Glamsquad and Priv are few of the blow dry salons that compete to provide the service to Vive subscribers.

10. Dolly:


When you feel that you have no one to count on, think again, you have Dolly. A Chicago based startup company that helps you move whatever and whenever you want. If you aren’t strong enough to move your couch, don’t be scared just post on dolly’s app and wait for the movers to contact you. Dolly helps not just in moving your couch but will help you move apartments with ease. Dolly’s drivers are background-checked and use their own vehicles for moving. Dolly’s pricing comes from the app’s algorithm, which suggests a cost based on factors like how many items you’re moving and how far you’re moving.


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