6 Tech Company Success Stories 
Tech businesses are about the most exciting and potentially lucrative businesses you can start.
The global tech market size is expected to grow from $8,384B in 2021 to $9,326B in 2022.
But don't mistake the excitement for easy street: getting the tech startup off the ground requires a lot of work. There are many important factors, including how much capital you need, your business plan, and equipment needed to get started.
Here are some real life success stories of starting a tech company:
1. Apps:Lab ($72K/year)
Marvin Collins Hosea (from Nairobi, Nairobi Province, Kenya) started Apps:Lab about 6 years ago.
My name is Marvin Hosea, I have been developing software for more than five years now and I am the founder and lead at Apps: Lab KE. We are a team of expert software developers, data analysts, and designers specializing in problem-solving using technology and data for businesses and communities.
We are good at what we do and that is software development as stated by our slogan Heart of Tech
2. Seedia ($300K/year)
Piotr Hołubowicz (from Kraków, Polska) started Seedia over 6 years ago.
Hello, My name is Piotr Hołubowicz and I am the founder of SEEDiA company.
We have created a management panel that allows you to monitor the devices on an ongoing basis and sharing content in it. It is part of the smart city system. The municipal operator, through sound, displays, and Wi-Fi, can send public information, warnings, and other content to residents in real-time.
Learn more about starting a tech company:
Where to start?
-> How much does it cost to start a tech company?
-> Pros and cons of a tech company
-> Examples of established tech company
-> Marketing ideas for a tech company
4. FreeMcServer ($12K/year)
Nuno Facha (from ) started FreeMcServer about 5 years ago.
Hi everyone! I'm Nuno Facha, the founder of FreeMcServer, which started in 2018 (in its beta form).
This showed to be true as most of our user base remains on the free tier, and we have large user pools from lower-income countries where you have more important things to spend your money on.
5. YourAverageTechBro ($30K/year)
Dohyun Kim (from ) started YourAverageTechBro over 2 years ago.
Hi! My name is Dohyun Kim, and I am the individual behind the social media account YourAverageTechBro. My largest platform is TikTok with 155,000 followers, and I am also on Youtube with around 11,000 subscribers, and I am also on Instagram with a much more humble follower count of 850, and on Twitter @DohyunKim.
Currently, I am averaging around $3000/month across ad money, sponsored content, and a few course sales (this is a much newer product category that I am breaking into.
Hey! 👋 I'm Pat Walls, the founder of Starter Story.
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