Here are some real life success stories of starting a AI based content creation business:
1. Predis ($12K/year)
Tanmay Ratnaparkhe (from Pune, Maharashtra, India) started Predis almost 2 years ago.
We are a team of three. This is my second venture. The first one was a tech company in the F&B space and got acquired by the largest digital products company in India. The other 2 co-founders are alumni of the prestigious Indian Institute Of Technology-Roorkee and have rich data science research experience and have participated and won various AI/ML competitions on global platforms including Kaggle and Analytics Vidhya.
The unique thing about us is that All current Social Media tools are post-facto. They either help in scheduling or show like/impression-based analytics after a post is published. We are trying to predict how a post will perform (engagement) and suggest improvements to improve that before a post is published. This is radically different than all other Social Media Tools.
2. Nichesss ($360K/year)
Malcolm Tyson (from Rio de Janeiro) started Nichesss about 2 years ago.
Hey, I’m Malcolm Tyson and I started nichesss, a tool that does 2 things:
The business brings in ~ $30,000 a month. Our users are made up of copywriters, small businesses, and marketing agencies who need to be able to write content quickly.
3. Novel Factory ($60K/year)
Katja kaine (from Otley, UK) started Novel Factory ago.
I’m Katja Kaine and I am the founder of The Novel Factory, a novel writing software that helps guide new writers through the novel-writing process.
When we first started we would sell just a few copies of our software every month, but now we get over 1000 free trial signs up every month and over 100 new subscriptions.
4. Witty Works ($240K/year)
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Nadia Fischer and Lukas Kahwe Smith (from Zürich, Switzerland) started Witty Works almost 2 years ago.
Witty Works is a B2B SaaS that enables organizations to write & act inclusively and be more diverse in their hiring process. Nadia Fischer and Lukas Kahwe Smith founded this business to increase women's representation in the digital & tech space.
Naida initially majored in international relations at the IUHEI in Geneva, but she soon became disenchanted with politics and founded this business.
With the use of de-biased language, AI and micro-learning businesses can now write inclusively, thanks to Witty Works.
Through real-time, mobile, seamless correction of bias in communication across the entire organization, Witty assists users in becoming conscious of their own prejudice.
The goal of Witty Works is to finally solve the puzzle of how to effectively represent women on tech and digital teams and use their potential to get the best results.
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