5 Ai Based Recommendation Engine Business Success Stories [2024]

Updated: November 19th, 2023
Start An Ai Based Recommendation Engine Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a AI- based recommendation engine business:

1. FlexC ($240K/year)

Girish Kukreja, Founder and CEO of FlexC, came up with the idea for his talent marketplace after noticing the shift towards hybrid work models and the increasing use of freelancers and contractors in the industry. With the goal of digitizing and streamlining the hiring process, FlexC aims to become the top marketplace for businesses to manage their hybrid workforce in India, with over 15,000 consultants and 500+ organizations already on the platform.

How much they make: $240K/year
How much did it cost to start: $100K
Current team size: 25


I Created A $240K/Year Marketplace That Uses AI To Improve Hiring

FlexC is a talent marketplace in India that helps businesses hire and manage their hybrid workforce, with the ratio of hiring freelancers and contractors expected to increase to 20-30% of overall employees and more than 15,000+ consultants on their platform already.

Girish started FlexC almost 4 years ago
Girish grew the business to $20K/month
It cost Girish $100000 to start the business
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2. Business Names & Ideas ($126K/year)

How much they make: $126K/year
Current team size:

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Deven grew the business to $10.5K/month
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3. MealSurfers ($60K/year)

How much they make: $60K/year
Current team size:

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They grew the business to $5K/month
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