Here are some real life success stories of starting a innovation and technology co. :
1. OWC (Other World Computing, Inc.) ($162M/year)
Lawrence O'Connor, the founder of OWC, came up with the idea for his business when he realized there was a lack of consistent and reliable solutions in the computer technology industry. He started by offering upgrades and support for Apple products, and through word-of-mouth and strategic advertising, OWC grew to become a trusted source for hardware and software solutions with a solid year-over-year growth rate of 18.4% and over $148 million in revenue in 2020.
How much they make: $162M/year
Where they're located: Woodstock, IL, USA
How much did it cost to start: $20K
Current team size: 250
2. Vizologi ($96K/year)
helping businesses find new opportunities using their AI-powered SaaS platform. With 50,000 monthly visits and a gross income of around $8,000 MMR, Vizologi has built a community of innovators that utilize their tools to create unique and creative startups. They attract and retain customers through SEO, direct sales via LinkedIn, and the AppSumo marketplace, and have seen success in selling lifetime plans. The future looks promising as they continue to add new monthly recurring revenue and expand their product offerings.
How much they make: $96K/year
Where they're located: Alicante, España
How much did it cost to start: $30K
Current team size: 3
So... can you actually make money with a innovation and technology co. ?
Of course. There are millions to be made in this industry.
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- Study exactly what works, and what doesn’t.
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3. BioFit ($240K/year)
John Zarbock, the CEO and Founder of BioFit, came up with the idea for his business after seeing a Facebook ad for an exercise machine that claimed to provide effective workouts in just 20 minutes a week. Initially skeptical, he decided to investigate further and ended up purchasing two of the machines. After experiencing a highly efficient full-body workout and recognizing the potential of these machines, Zarbock decided to start his own business centered around them.
How much they make: $240K/year
Where they're located: St. Louis
How much did it cost to start: $100K
Current team size: 3
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