Here are some real life success stories of starting a technology related website business :
1. WPX ($3.6M/year)
Georgi Petrov (from Sofia, Bulgaria) started WPX over 10 years ago.
My name is Georgi Petrov and I am co-founder of WPX. We are a WordPress hosting company, both technologically and financially independent and our main goal is to provide the fastest possible service by having both the fastest server platform and the fastest tech support. We believe this is what our clients need - solopreneurs, online marketers, change seekers, people with some great idea or a cause, who need a fast performing and reliable online presence, but who also are not techies. And indeed they don’t need to be. We do the tech stuff, so they can focus on their ideas.
We started with just 2 people (me and my business partner Terry Kyle) and we are now a team of 100+, we have 11K+ customers all around the globe and a $3M yearly income.
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4. OpsLyft ($420K/year)
Aayush Kumar (from San Francisco, CA, USA) started OpsLyft almost 4 years ago.
My name is Aayush, and I am the Founder & CEO of OpsLyft. Our mission is to help enterprise software companies globally to manage their cloud infrastructure cost without compromising the performance and reliability of applications running on it.
As of today, OpsLyft is a couple of years old high-growth startup built out of India and is managing more than 100 million dollars of cloud investments made by businesses every year.
5. Digital Seat Media ($1.2M/year)
QR-Code Based Fan Engagement Technology
Cameron Fowler and Matt Sullivan (from Fort Worth, Texas, USA) started Digital Seat Media over 5 years ago.
Cameron Fowler and Matt Sullivan co-founded Digital Seat Media, a real-time fan interaction technology platform that uses QR codes and NFC technology to link fans to companies, sports teams, and artists.
They create QR codes for sports venues and individual seats in the stadium or arena where fans can come and directly scan the codes from their devices and access their seats.
Digital Seat Media allows teams, musicians, and brands to reach fans on any device, in real-time, and with the right content.
Their services can be customized & programmed per client needs, and their QR codes have a 3+ Year Outdoor Lifespan, plus, they are resistant to different weather conditions & temperatures.
Here is a look at how they're doing today:
- Cameron and Matt bootstrapped the company before raising funding from friends and family
- They have raised $5M in Series A they intend to put into the expansion of their technology and marketing
- The company has relied on word of mouth marketing but plans to diversify its marketing
- Over 50 brands have paid to use their platform to reach fans
- They have installed over a million QR codes and are generating over $100K MRR.
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