50 Companies That Use Amazon Web Services [2024]

Updated: May 21st, 2022

A bundled remote computing service that provides cloud computing infrastructure over the Internet with storage, bandwidth and customized support for application programming interfaces.

We put together a list of the biggest companies that use Amazon Web Services, along with some Amazon Web Services testimonials and Amazon Web Services case studies.

Here's the list:

1. Xero Shoes

Xero Shoes is a shoe brand started by Steven Sashen in 2009. Xero Shoes uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$4M / month
Team
2 founders / 67 employees
Location
Broomfield, Colorado, USA

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Xero Shoes: Growing A Shoe Brand to $460K/month

Xero Shoes, co-founded by Steven Sashen, is a minimalist shoe company that has grown at a rate of 80-102% per year since 2014, with 2017 sales of $5.53M, and has been repeatedly listed as one of INC. 5000’s fastest-growing companies, and has a projected $15M in sales for 2019.

About
Steven started Xero Shoes over 14 years ago
Revenue
Steven grew the business to $4M/month
Read by 15,253 founders

2. KPOP Foods

KPOP Foods is a hot sauce business started by Theo Lee in 2017. KPOP Foods uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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How Two Students Made $100K Bringing Korean Hot Sauce To America

KPOP Foods, a Korean food company, generated nearly $100,000 in revenue since last year through its successful Kickstarter campaign and Amazon's Choice badge; they have entered over 90 specialty stores throughout the west coast and are currently raising an investment round to expand their distribution into major retailers and are launching new sauces later this year.

About
Theo started KPOP Foods over 7 years ago
Revenue
Theo grew the business to $200K/month
Read by 9,623 founders

3. Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs

Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs is a medical device company started by Amy Baxter MD in 2006. Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$208K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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How A Doctor Got On Shark Tank And Saved 31M People From Pain

Pain Care Labs, founded by a pediatric emergency doctor after inventing a vibrating ice pack bee, Buzzy, has sold over 31 million units while focusing on non-pharmaceutical pain relief, and recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for their latest product, DuoTherm.

About
Amy started Pain Care Labs a dba of MMJ Labs almost 18 years ago
Revenue
Amy grew the business to $208K/month
Costs
It cost Amy $150000 to start the business
Read by 24,231 founders

4. Matboard & More

Matboard & More is a framed prints ecommerce started by Mehdi Kajbaf in 2012. Matboard & More uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$500K / month
Team
3 founders / 10 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Finding Financial Freedom Through Starting A Matboard Business

Matboard and More is a picture framing company that allows for unlimited choices and customization when it comes to framing supplies for any type of art, and is self-funded with an initial investment of $50,000 that led to a successful AdWords campaign and a massive focus on quality, service, and the customer experience.

About
Mehdi started Matboard & More over 12 years ago
Revenue
Mehdi grew the business to $500K/month
Read by 4,681 founders

5. GloveStix

GloveStix is a cleaning products business started by Krista Woods in 2014. GloveStix uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$60K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Ashburn, Virginia, USA

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6. ShipHero

ShipHero is a shipping company started by Aaron Rubin in 2013. ShipHero uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$2.4M / month
Team
1 founders / 193 employees

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How We Started A $30M/Year Warehouse Management Software And Outsourced Ecommerce Fulfillment Business

ShipHero co-founders built their successful e-commerce fulfillment business, offering warehouse management software and outsourced eCommerce fulfillment, growing revenues from zero to $30 million annually, processing over $5 billion of e-commerce gross merchandise volume (GMV) annually while only having received $435,000 in outside capital investment.

About
Aaron started ShipHero over 11 years ago
Revenue
Aaron grew the business to $2.4M/month
Read by 8,971 founders

7. Badger Maps

Badger Maps is a city maps business started by Steven Benson in 2012. Badger Maps uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$417K / month
Team
3 founders / 42 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

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Badger Maps: Building A Sales Route Planning App To $3.3M ARR

Badger Maps founder and CEO Steve Benson created a complete field sales app to help sales teams save time by combining Google Maps, CRM data, route optimization, schedule planning, and lead generation, resulting in the company earning $3.3 million annually and employing 60 people.

About
Steven started Badger Maps over 12 years ago
Revenue
Steven grew the business to $417K/month
Read by 5,159 founders

8. Snappa

Snappa is a graphic design business started by Christopher Gimmer in 2015. Snappa uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$83.5K / month
Team
2 founders / 4 employees
Location
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

article

How Two Friends Bootstrapped A SaaS Business To $55K MRR

Learn how two friends bootstrapped a SaaS business to $55k monthly recurring revenue (MRR) by creating a simple graphic design tool for non-designers and focusing on content marketing for customer acquisition.

About
Christopher started Snappa almost 9 years ago
Revenue
Christopher grew the business to $83.5K/month
Read by 20,510 founders

9. Sayar Care

Sayar Care is a hair loss treatment product started by Zee Schwab in 2017. Sayar Care uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$76K / month
Team
3 founders / 4 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

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How I Battled My Own Hair Loss And Created A $1M Product

Sayar Care's flagship product Retain, which prevents and reverses hair loss, has a 100% success rate at stopping hair loss and a 70% success rate at stimulating new hair growth, and its novel, scientifically-driven approach to creating new formulas has drastically reduced the cost of drug development from over $2B to under $10K per new formula.

About
Zee started Sayar Care over 6 years ago
Revenue
Zee grew the business to $76K/month
Read by 5,863 founders

10. Leader Connecting Leaders

Leader Connecting Leaders is a niche blog started by Jodi Carlson in 2014. Leader Connecting Leaders uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$4.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Chapel Hill North carolina

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How Jodi Carlson Grew A Niche Blog To $6.5K/Month

Jodi Carlson, a professional web designer, turned her Girl Scouts hobby into a successful profitable blog, making $5,000 - 8,000 a month from printable booklets and affiliate marketing, through focusing on Pinterest and Facebook as marketing platforms along with offering free resources and collaboration opportunities.

About
Jodi started Leader Connecting Leaders over 10 years ago
Revenue
Jodi grew the business to $4.5K/month
Costs
It cost Jodi $100 to start the business
Read by 10,419 founders

11. MonetizeMore

MonetizeMore is a Facebook ads consultant started by Kean Graham in 2010. MonetizeMore uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$8M / month
Team
1 founders / 290 employees
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

article

How I Disrupted The Ad Industry And Grew My Business To $20M/Year

MonetizeMore founder and CEO shares his success story of growing his ad optimization business to over $20M in annual revenues by focusing on the offering that delivered the best results, using content marketing for lead generation, and establishing strategic partnerships with complimentary businesses.

About
Kean started MonetizeMore over 14 years ago
Revenue
Kean grew the business to $8M/month
Read by 18,038 founders

12. Stib

Stib is an art business started by Emily Sayer in 2018. Stib uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
1 founders / 0 employees

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13. Toybox

Toybox is a toy maker started by Ben Baltes in 2017. Toybox uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
4 founders / 3 employees
Location
Oakland, California, USA

article

On Creating A 3D Printer And Creativity Platform For Kids

Toybox Labs co-founder and CEO Ben Baltes shares his journey of creating a 3D printer and creativity platform for kids, including brutal setbacks and incredible successes, resulting in millions of dollars of revenue a year, and offers a discount for those interested in purchasing.

About
Ben started Toybox almost 7 years ago
Revenue
Ben grew the business to $200K/month
Costs
It cost Ben $10000 to start the business
Read by 9,507 founders

14. Cube Digital

Cube Digital is a SEO agency started by Leslie Gilmour in 2015. Cube Digital uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Dublin, Ireland

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15. DistantJob

DistantJob is a recruiting agency started by Sharon Koifman in 2008. DistantJob uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$290K / month
Team
1 founders / 26 employees
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

article

How I Started A $3M/Year Remote Worker Recruitment Agency

DistantJob is a unique recruitment agency that specializes in finding full-time remote employees, and with $3 million in annual revenue, they offer small to medium-sized tech companies an edge over big competitors who are not willing to hire remotely.

About
Sharon started DistantJob about 16 years ago
Revenue
Sharon grew the business to $290K/month
Read by 11,593 founders

16. Thrivette

Thrivette is a business coach started by Stacey Haynes in 2018. Thrivette uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Dallas, Texas, USA

article

How I Started A $10K/Month Business Helping Entrepreneurs

This case study follows the story of Stacey Haynes, founder of Thrivette, a business consulting and resource community that helps people start and grow their businesses, and how she and her husband have made over $10k per month through consulting and merchandise sales on platforms like Amazon, Etsy, and Shopify.

About
Stacey started Thrivette almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Stacey grew the business to $10K/month
Costs
It cost Stacey $10000 to start the business
Read by 7,189 founders

17. Torqued

Torqued is an auto parts shop started by Tim Trampedach in 2018. Torqued uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
South San Francisco, California, USA

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18. Visiture

Visiture is a marketing agency started by Brian Cohen in 2008. Visiture uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$900K / month
Team
2 founders / 100 employees
Location
Charleston, South Carolina, USA

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How I Started A Marketing Agency That Grows At 84% With $1MM Monthly Revenue

eCommerce marketing agency Visiture has achieved impressive growth, with revenues up 84% YoY, exceeding $1m monthly recurring revenue, representing more than 140 merchants including Spanx and BarkBox, and landing at #753 on the 2019 Inc. 5000 list; CEO Brian Cohen advises startups to concentrate on one core service line, work with well-known brands and to use content marketing to establish expertise.

About
Brian started Visiture over 16 years ago
Revenue
Brian grew the business to $900K/month
Read by 8,533 founders

19. Proposify

Proposify is a proposal software app started by Kyle Racki in 2012. Proposify uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$570K / month
Team
2 founders / 76 employees
Location
Halifax, Canada

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How We Built Proposify And Grew To $7M ARR

Proposify, an online business proposal SaaS company, currently serving over 8,000 customers and doing over $7M in annual recurring revenue, was founded by CEO Kyle Racki who turned his old proposal app idea into a successful business by focusing on user pain points, building a great product, and prioritizing customer service.

About
Kyle started Proposify over 11 years ago
Revenue
Kyle grew the business to $570K/month
Read by 9,484 founders

20. Wolf Spirit Distillery

Wolf Spirit Distillery is a liquor company started by Umberto Luchini in 2017. Wolf Spirit Distillery uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
Eugene, Oregon, USA

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How I Started A Vodka Brand Doing $100K/Month

Wolf Spirit Distillery, founded by Umberto Luchini, has experienced rapid growth by expanding to 23 states in the first six months of the year and aims to reach a total of 40 states by year end, despite initial start-up costs of over $1.5 million for Blood x Sweat x Tears vodka.

About
Umberto started Wolf Spirit Distillery over 7 years ago
Revenue
Umberto grew the business to $300K/month
Read by 28,878 founders

21. Episode Ninja

Episode Ninja is a tv show ranking business started by Steve Sanders in 2017. Episode Ninja uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$1.3K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Lisle, IL, USA

article

How I Built And Monetized A Website Side Project Ranking TV Shows

Episode Ninja is a successful side project that has steadily grown, currently making over $1,000 in revenue per month from advertising and TV streaming affiliate programs and with steady traffic of over 200,000 unique visitors a month, providing a great example for founders starting their own businesses.

About
Steve started Episode Ninja over 7 years ago
Revenue
Steve grew the business to $1.3K/month
Read by 6,419 founders

22. SiteGuru

SiteGuru is a SEO agency started by Rick van Haasteren in 2018. SiteGuru uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$5K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Katwijk, South Holland, The Netherlands

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How I Developed A $400/Month SEO Audit Tool In My Free Time

SiteGuru is an SEO tool that crawls your website and finds SEO issues, offering actionable tasks to fix them, with 6000 users and an MRR of $400.

About
Rick started SiteGuru over 6 years ago
Revenue
Rick grew the business to $5K/month
Read by 7,866 founders

23. SeedLegals

SeedLegals is a business law consultant started by Anthony Rose in 2016. SeedLegals uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$375K / month
Team
3 founders / 40 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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How We Built A Software That Automates Startups Legals

SeedLegals is a UK-based startup that provides a platform allowing startups to conduct funding rounds dramatically more efficiently and cost-effectively, and has been named Rising Star Legal Team for Early Stage Deals by the UKBAA.

About
Anthony started SeedLegals over 7 years ago
Revenue
Anthony grew the business to $375K/month
Read by 9,432 founders

24. PushPress

PushPress is a gym management software started by Dan Uyemura in 2017. PushPress uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
3 founders / 35 employees
Location
El Segundo, California, USA

article

How I Created A Software To Manage Gyms And Reached $100K/Month In Revenue

PushPress, a modern boutique gym management system, shares their journey of bootstrapping their business to over $100,000 MRR, and the lessons learned about focusing on marketing to attract and retain customers and putting processes in place to learn from failure.

About
Dan started PushPress over 7 years ago
Revenue
Dan grew the business to $300K/month
Read by 103,671 founders

25. Conundrum Publishing

Conundrum Publishing is an author started by Nick Thacker in 2017. Conundrum Publishing uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Colorado, USA

article

How I Generate $10K/Month As An Indie Writer

This case study follows full-time thriller and action-adventure author Nick Thacker who earns between $10k to $20k per month from writing, predominantly through Amazon Kindle Unlimited sales, and goes in-depth into his self-publishing strategy which maximizes sales and minimizes costs, such as developing a mailing list and utilizing print-on-demand services.

About
Nick started Conundrum Publishing over 7 years ago
Revenue
Nick grew the business to $20K/month
Read by 10,025 founders

26. ReferralHero

ReferralHero is a referral marketing platform started by Manuel Frigerio in 2018. ReferralHero uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$18K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Bristol, England, United Kingdom

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How I Created A $18K/Month Referral Marketing Software

ReferralHero is a profitable, referral marketing platform with over 6,000 customers and MRR of around $18,000/month, built by founder Manuel Frigerio as an MVP in just four days, with growth coming from content marketing and SEO.

About
Manuel started ReferralHero over 6 years ago
Revenue
Manuel grew the business to $18K/month
Read by 10,268 founders

27. Marketplace SuperHeroes

Marketplace SuperHeroes is a skills training business started by Stephen Somers in . Marketplace SuperHeroes uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$350K / month
Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

article

How We Started A $350K/Month Business Training Amazon Sellers

Marketplace SuperHeroes co-founder Stephen Somers shares how he started an online education company that helps people sell their products on Amazon globally from scratch, built an 8-figure coaching and services business, and created a consolidated freight company.

Revenue
Stephen grew the business to $350K/month
Read by 9,212 founders

28. Payment for Stripe

Payment for Stripe is a payment app started by Ryan Scherf in 2015. Payment for Stripe uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$60K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

article

How I Created A $60K/Month App That Collects In-Person Payments Through Stripe

Payment.co, an app built on top of the Stripe payment gateway for creating card-present charges, has grown to process over $70M in volume annually since launching in 2015, with the app collecting a 1% service fee on every single charge.

About
Ryan started Payment for Stripe over 9 years ago
Revenue
Ryan grew the business to $60K/month
Read by 19,510 founders

29. Pushtak

Pushtak is an online course started by Adam Tal in 2014. Pushtak uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
1 founders / 10 employees
Location
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

article

How A High-School Dropout Started A $150K/Month Online Courses Company

A high school dropout turned entrepreneur started an online education business teaching "money hacking" and "equity hacking", generating over $6 million in revenue in the past 5 years, and plans to expand globally to revolutionize the way people make a living remotely.

About
Adam started Pushtak over 10 years ago
Revenue
Adam grew the business to $150K/month
Read by 7,607 founders

30. BearTax

BearTax is a cryptocurrency business started by Vamshi Vangapally in 2018. BearTax uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$3.7K / month
Team
2 founders / 7 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

article

How I Built A $0 To $100K/Month Crypto Tax Calculator

BearTax is a cryptocurrency tax software that helps traders consolidate trades and calculate taxes without heavy lifting, serving over 10,000 users across the globe in the US, Australia, Canada and India.

About
Vamshi started BearTax over 6 years ago
Revenue
Vamshi grew the business to $3.7K/month
Read by 9,322 founders

31. Krit

Krit is a freelance app developer started by Andrew Askins in 2014. Krit uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$91K / month
Team
2 founders / 7 employees
Location

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How I Started A $69K/Month Software Agency After A Failed Product Launch

A software agency started by a non-technical founder helps diverse clients with their minimum lovable product, boasting a revenue of over $700,000 this year with a 20% profit margin and a team of 8.

About
Andrew started Krit about 10 years ago
Revenue
Andrew grew the business to $91K/month
Read by 24,956 founders

32. Results Imagery

Results Imagery is a mobile photography business started by Kyle Nelson in 2017. Results Imagery uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$110K / month
Team
2 founders / 8 employees
Location
Chico, California, USA

article

How We Started A $45K/Month Product Photography And Video Company

Results Imagery co-founders Kyle Nelson and Eli Libby launched their digital agency that focused solely on media creation for brands and product companies, helping clients monetize their conversion-centric media, with their current monthly revenue at $45,000.

About
Kyle started Results Imagery about 7 years ago
Revenue
Kyle grew the business to $110K/month
Read by 9,523 founders

33. UserGuiding

UserGuiding is a software developer started by Osman Koc in 2018. UserGuiding uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
4 founders / 30 employees
Location
Istanbul, Turkey

article

On Launching A $9.4K/Month SaaS That Helps With User Onboarding

UserGuiding is a SaaS product that has attracted 73 subscribers, 5,000 sign-ups from 92 countries, and 4 million end users, with a monthly recurring revenue that has increased from $413 to $9,400 in the past 14 months.

About
Osman started UserGuiding over 6 years ago
Revenue
Osman grew the business to $200K/month
Costs
It cost Osman $200000 to start the business
Read by 7,929 founders

34. ManyPixels

ManyPixels is a graphic designer started by Quentin Gilon in 2018. ManyPixels uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
3 founders / 27 employees
Location
Singapore, Singapore

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35. Potty Safe

Potty Safe is a potty training chair business started by Stacy Hall in 2018. Potty Safe uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Missouri, USA

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36. Strict Chef

Strict Chef is a food app started by Matthew Rideout in 2018. Strict Chef uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Portland, Maine, USA

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37. Baby Wit LLC

Baby Wit LLC is a children's clothing business started by Rosalee Rester in 2004. Baby Wit LLC uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$1K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA

article

Lessons Learned From 20 Years In E-Commerce

Founder Rosalee Andrea Rester shares lessons learned from running her baby apparel t-shirt company, Babywit.com, for over 16 years, including focusing on a business that is loved and nurtured, staying current with changing markets, and testing ideas before investing large sums in production.

About
Rosalee started Baby Wit LLC almost 20 years ago
Revenue
Rosalee grew the business to $1K/month
Costs
It cost Rosalee $900 to start the business
Read by 7,824 founders

38. Epixel Solutions

Epixel Solutions is a software developer started by Sajin Rajan in 2015. Epixel Solutions uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
3 founders / 150 employees
Location
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

article

How I Started A $70K/Month Business Selling Software For MLMs

Epixel Solutions, LLC provides MLM software as a complete solution to manage and organize direct selling and MLM businesses, and has seen significant growth since launching, currently making a monthly revenue of around $70,000 and completing over 200+ projects in different sectors around the world.

About
Sajin started Epixel Solutions almost 9 years ago
Revenue
Sajin grew the business to $150K/month
Read by 7,329 founders

39. GreenBanana

GreenBanana is a digital marketing business started by Kevin Roy in 2009. GreenBanana uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$600K / month
Team
1 founders / 22 employees
Location
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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How I Started A $600K/Month Performance-Based Digital Marketing Company

GreenBanana SEO co-founder Kevin Roy explains how his digital marketing company grew from just two employees working on a beer pong table to 16 employees generating around $6 million in annual revenue by focusing on pay-for-performance SEO and being transparent with reporting.

About
Kevin started GreenBanana over 15 years ago
Revenue
Kevin grew the business to $600K/month
Read by 7,407 founders

40. DataCue

DataCue is an ecommerce platform started by Shahram Anver in 2018. DataCue uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$3K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Singapore, Singapore

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How We Developed A $3K/Month Ecommerce Personalization Platform

DataCue helps eCommerce entrepreneurs sell more and improve conversion with their personalization platform, which has generated over $2m in additional revenue for eCommerce businesses in 2019, and is growing at 40% m/m after being founded just 18 months ago, with a goal for 2020 being profitability.

About
Shahram started DataCue over 6 years ago
Revenue
Shahram grew the business to $3K/month
Read by 6,235 founders

41. GiftBasketsOverseas.com

GiftBasketsOverseas.com is a gift wholesale business started by Dmitriy Peregudov in 2007. GiftBasketsOverseas.com uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$833K / month
Team
1 founders / 95 employees
Location
Arlington, Massachusetts, USA

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How I Started A $100K/Month Corporate & Personal Gift Baskets Company

GiftBasketsOverseas.com is a global gift delivery company that generates $100k in profits per month and connects more than two million people worldwide for personal and corporate purposes through their platform.

About
Dmitriy started GiftBasketsOverseas.com about 17 years ago
Revenue
Dmitriy grew the business to $833K/month
Read by 14,411 founders

42. Labor Sync

Labor Sync is a time tracking app started by Dean A. Logan in 2009. Labor Sync uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$185K / month
Team
3 founders / 12 employees
Location
New Jersey, USA

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How I Launched A $185K/Month Employee Time & GPS Tracking App

Labor Sync is a mobile application that provides business owners with the ability to track the time and GPS location of their mobile workforce and after just one year of use, they saved $104,000 across 45 employees despite starting off with no funds for advertising or marketing.

About
Dean started Labor Sync almost 15 years ago
Revenue
Dean grew the business to $185K/month
Read by 7,753 founders

43. CrankWheel

CrankWheel is a screensharing software started by Jói Sigurdsson in 2015. CrankWheel uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$31.2K / month
Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
Reykjavik, Iceland

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How I Launched A $31K/Month Screensharing For Sales Teams App

CrankWheel is a screen-sharing solution for sales teams, founded by Icelandic entrepreneur Jói Sigurdsson and his co-founder Gilsi, with $370k ARR earned and a "best B2B SaaS startup" pitching win at SaaStock, utilizing "lean startup" methodology and implementing a "land and expand" strategy to attract and retain customers.

About
Jói started CrankWheel over 9 years ago
Revenue
Jói grew the business to $31.2K/month
Read by 7,145 founders

44. Wavve

Wavve is an audio sharing app started by Baird Hall in 2017. Wavve uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
3 founders / 0 employees
Location
Charleston, South Carolina, USA

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How We Launched A $75K/Month Audio Sharing App For Podcasters

Wavve, a SaaS product helping podcasters and audio creators promote their content on social media, has grown to $75k in monthly recurring revenue with over 70,000 signups and clients including ESPN Radio, Dave Ramsey, and BBC.

About
Baird started Wavve over 7 years ago
Revenue
Baird grew the business to $100K/month
Read by 10,030 founders

45. Citationsy

Citationsy is a bibliography and citation app started by Cenk Dominic Özbakir in 2017. Citationsy uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$500 / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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How I Developed A $500/Month App To Create Citations And Bibliographies

Citationsy is an online referencing generator launched in 2017 that grew from nothing to over 200,000 users as of February 2020, all through word-of-mouth and SEO, and is making a profit every month without spending any money on marketing or Google ads with a customer acquisition cost that is essentially zero.

About
Cenk started Citationsy almost 7 years ago
Revenue
Cenk grew the business to $500/month
Read by 5,080 founders

46. Unicorn Platform

Unicorn Platform is a landing page builder started by Alexander Isora in 2018. Unicorn Platform uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$14K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Tbilisi, Грузия

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How I Launched A $2.5K/Month Landing Page Builder

The founder of Unicorn Platform, Alexander Isora, created a landing page builder which generates over $2,200 in MRR and hosts 2,819 websites. Isora developed an MVP, created crowdfunding, and attributes the success of his product to a good MVP, reputation, and offering good support for customers.

About
Alexander started Unicorn Platform almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Alexander grew the business to $14K/month
Costs
It cost Alexander $500 to start the business
Read by 8,366 founders

47. Coinpanda

Coinpanda is a cryptocurrency business started by Eivind Semb in 2018. Coinpanda uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$35K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
Oslo, Norway

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How I Launched A $35K/Month App To Calculate Cryptocurrency Taxes Without Knowing How To Code

Coinpanda is a cryptocurrency tax solution for traders and investors, offering a free portfolio tracker in addition to a tax solution that can calculate taxes and capital gains for over 7,000 cryptocurrencies and is integrated with over 100 exchanges, blockchains, and services, generating $85,000 in revenue with a 75% profit margin in Q1.

About
Eivind started Coinpanda about 6 years ago
Revenue
Eivind grew the business to $35K/month
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48. Rosebud Woman

Rosebud Woman is a body care products started by Christine Marie Mason in 2017. Rosebud Woman uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
Venice, Veneto, Italy

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49. Grobo

Grobo is a cannabis business started by Bjorn Dawson in 2014. Grobo uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$250K / month
Team
1 founders / 11 employees
Location
Waterloo, ON, Canada

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How We Launched A $165K/Month Automated Home Growing Box

Grobo, a smart hydroponic growing system company that creates boxes for growing plants, is making $165K per month and increasing quickly, with its flagship products enabling users to easily grow food and cannabis at home.

About
Bjorn started Grobo about 10 years ago
Revenue
Bjorn grew the business to $250K/month
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50. Agile Worx

Agile Worx is a technology consulting business started by David Bishop in . Agile Worx uses Amazon Web Services for their business.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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How I Designed And Patented A $40K/Month Agile Framework

How a Ph.D. in computer engineering created a patented agile framework and turned it into a profitable training and consulting business, after realizing that his accumulated technology knowledge was losing value over time.

Revenue
David grew the business to $40K/month
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Pat Walls

I'm Pat Walls and I created Starter Story - a website dedicated to helping people start businesses. We interview entrepreneurs from around the world about how they started and grew their businesses.