33 Companies That Use Apple Keynote [2024]

Updated: May 21st, 2022

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

Here's the list:

1. Data Over Ego

Data Over Ego is an email marketing business started by Darin Hager in 2018. Data Over Ego uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
3 founders / 30 employees
Location
Framingham, Massachusetts, USA

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About
Darin started Data Over Ego over 6 years ago
Revenue
Darin grew the business to $0/month
Read by 5,650 founders

2. Striiiipes

Striiiipes is a webcam cover product started by Arthur Lhermitte in 2012. Striiiipes uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Paris, Ile-de-France, France

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Launching A Kickstarter Campaign Selling Leather Webcam Covers

French fashion designer Arthur Lhermitte raised 20,273 euros thanks to 1,996 backers in just 20 days on Kickstarter using micro-suction tape and leather leftovers to create "Quickstarter" product, leather webcam covers.

About
Arthur started Striiiipes almost 12 years ago
Revenue
Arthur grew the business to $20K/month
Read by 4,323 founders

3. NOVO watch

NOVO watch is a watch brand started by Steve Christensen in 2011. NOVO watch uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Alberta, Canada

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Steve Christensen Is Building Watches From Old Train Tracks

Novo Watch creates unique, handcrafted watches made from reclaimed materials, with the Coalbanks collection watch selling out immediately and achieving their first-ever $16,000 day.

About
Steve started NOVO watch over 12 years ago
Revenue
Steve grew the business to $20K/month
Costs
It cost Steve $5000 to start the business
Read by 5,473 founders

4. The Kavalier

The Kavalier is a youtube channel started by Jon Shanahan in 2015. The Kavalier uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$6K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

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Starting A YouTube Channel And Blog Making $6,000/Month

The Kavalier started as a YouTube channel in 2015 delivering honest and approachable reviews on men's fashion brands, growing to 57k subscribers, 500 videos, and earning $7k per month in revenue, providing helpful, in-depth recommendations by category with a YouTube strategy focused on standing out and niching down.

About
Jon started The Kavalier over 9 years ago
Revenue
Jon grew the business to $6K/month
Read by 10,833 founders

5. Comfy Cup LLC

Comfy Cup LLC is an outdoor sports store started by Kyler Russell in 2016. Comfy Cup LLC uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Midwest, Kansas, USA

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How A 12 Year Old Started A $100K Athletic Cup Product

A 12-year-old invented The Comfy Cup, a more comfortable athletic cup for boys, which has grown into a successful business venture grossing over $100k in revenue last year, available on Amazon, The Grommet, and in local sporting goods stores.

About
Kyler started Comfy Cup LLC almost 8 years ago
Revenue
Kyler grew the business to $25K/month
Costs
It cost Kyler $25000 to start the business
Read by 6,610 founders

6. Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment

Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment is a game store started by Barry McLaughlin in 2015. Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
2 founders / 1 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

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How Two Best Friends Are Making A Killing With Party Game Products

Barry and Jason Games & Entertainment created Game Night in a Can, a party game made up of 30 different creative challenges and games of skill, which raised over $20,000 on Kickstarter, and is now sold in Barnes & Noble and independent stores across the US.

About
Barry started Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment about 9 years ago
Revenue
Barry grew the business to $25K/month
Read by 6,019 founders

7. GloveStix

GloveStix is a cleaning products business started by Krista Woods in 2014. GloveStix uses Apple Keynote for their business.

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

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8. Entrepreneur Business Blog

Entrepreneur Business Blog is a marketing agency started by Emenike Emmanuel in 2016. Entrepreneur Business Blog uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$13K / month
Team
1 founders / 6 employees
Location
Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

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How A Young Entrepreneur From Nigeria Started A Profitable Blog

This case study follows the journey of a young entrepreneur from Nigeria who started a profitable blog generating a monthly revenue of $1,500+ through sales of advertising space, sponsored posts, and information products, and shares his strategies for success including a Twitter growth challenge and guest post pitches.

About
Emenike started Entrepreneur Business Blog over 7 years ago
Revenue
Emenike grew the business to $13K/month
Read by 11,106 founders

9. Felony Case

Felony Case is a phone case business started by Andrew Moore in 2012. Felony Case uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$120K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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How I Started And Grew A $50K/mo Phone Case Business

Felony Case, a Toronto-based company designing unique iPhone cases, started as a small shop on Etsy and has grown to become an internationally recognized fashion iPhone case brand sold in top tier retailers like Nordstrom, Holt Renfrew, Indigo, Urban Outfitters, Revolve, Free People, and made over half a million dollars in revenue last year.

About
Andrew started Felony Case over 12 years ago
Revenue
Andrew grew the business to $120K/month
Read by 28,136 founders

10. RightMessage

RightMessage is a website builder started by Shai Schechter in 2018. RightMessage uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$30K / month
Team
2 founders / 3 employees
Location
Remote, Oregon, USA

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How We Grew Our SaaS To $30K MRR In One Year

RightMessage, a segmentation and personalization tool, grew its SaaS business to $30k MRR in one year, with over 1,000 websites installed, by building in public, iterating based on audience needs, focusing on high-touch demos, and partnering with complementary products.

About
Shai started RightMessage over 6 years ago
Revenue
Shai grew the business to $30K/month
Read by 8,702 founders

11. Sayar Care

Sayar Care is a hair loss treatment product started by Zee Schwab in 2017. Sayar Care uses Apple Keynote 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 5,803 founders

12. SquarePlanet

SquarePlanet is a skills training business started by Brian Burkhart in 2011. SquarePlanet uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$291K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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How I Started A 7 Figure Business Helping People Give Presentations

SquarePlanet Presentations & Strategy is a Phoenix-based business communications firm that helps its clients tell their stories in the most impactful ways possible through meeting creative, brand voice, presentations that matter, engineered delight, speaker training/workshops, and keynote addresses, resulting in consistent and upward trajectory since inception.

About
Brian started SquarePlanet over 13 years ago
Revenue
Brian grew the business to $291K/month
Read by 5,911 founders

13. Thrivette

Thrivette is a business coach started by Stacey Haynes in 2018. Thrivette uses Apple Keynote for their business.

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

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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 7,071 founders

14. Drink Shrub

Drink Shrub is a beverage company started by Michaela McVetty in 2017. Drink Shrub uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$4.5K / month
Team
3 founders / 1 employees
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA

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A former alcoholic and Nike product developer created a sophisticated zero-proof beverage called Small Barrel Shrub, which has seen tripling sales growth since a rebranding and recipe overhaul in May 2018, and has raised the majority of start-up funding via crowdfunding platform Pie Shell.

About
Michaela started Drink Shrub over 7 years ago
Revenue
Michaela grew the business to $4.5K/month
Read by 10,217 founders

15. Under30Experiences

Under30Experiences is a tour company started by Matt Wilson in 2012. Under30Experiences uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees

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How We Started A $300K/Month Business Organizing Trips For Young People

Under30Experiences is a travel company for people aged 21-35 that runs small group trips around the world, with over 800 five-star reviews on Facebook, Google, and Yelp combined, and nearly hitting $5M in revenue before the COVID-19 pandemic.

About
Matt started Under30Experiences about 12 years ago
Revenue
Matt grew the business to $300K/month
Costs
It cost Matt $5000 to start the business
Read by 10,367 founders

16. Wolf Spirit Distillery

Wolf Spirit Distillery is a liquor company started by Umberto Luchini in 2017. Wolf Spirit Distillery uses Apple Keynote 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 about 7 years ago
Revenue
Umberto grew the business to $300K/month
Read by 28,717 founders

17. PushPress

PushPress is a gym management software started by Dan Uyemura in 2017. PushPress uses Apple Keynote for their business.

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

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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 98,752 founders

18. Marketplace SuperHeroes

Marketplace SuperHeroes is a skills training business started by Stephen Somers in . Marketplace SuperHeroes uses Apple Keynote for their business.

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

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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 9,161 founders

19. Approyo

Approyo is a sap services started by Christopher Carter in 2018. Approyo uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
1 founders / 21 employees
Location
Brookfield, Illinois, USA

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20. Visa List

Visa List is a travel agency started by Hari Krishna Dulipudi in 2018. Visa List uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$22K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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How I Launched A $5K/Month Website About Tourist Visas And Got 150K Users In The First Month

Visa List is a successful micro start-up that provides one-stop visa information for travellers, earning $5000/month on average with 350K monthly active users and has helped over 2 million users with their visa requirements, all starting from a personal frustration with visa processes.

About
Hari started Visa List almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Hari grew the business to $22K/month
Costs
It cost Hari $100 to start the business
Read by 15,685 founders

21. Citationsy

Citationsy is a bibliography and citation app started by Cenk Dominic Özbakir in 2017. Citationsy uses Apple Keynote 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 5,009 founders

22. Best 10 Resume Writers

Best 10 Resume Writers is a resume writing service started by Kate Ross-Myers in 2008. Best 10 Resume Writers uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
3 founders / 10 employees
Location
California, USA

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23. Virtual Assistant Services

Virtual Assistant Services is a virtual assistant started by Sunder P in . Virtual Assistant Services uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
1 founders / 150 employees

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24. SGPN

SGPN is a podcast started by Sean Green in 2011. SGPN uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$30K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees

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I Started A $360K/Year Podcast About Sports Betting

Discover how Sean Green turned his sports gambling podcast into a multi-million media empire generating $30K/month in revenue and over a million downloads annually.

About
Sean started SGPN over 12 years ago
Revenue
Sean grew the business to $30K/month
Read by 5,106 founders

25. HypeLife Brands

HypeLife Brands is a lifestyle product brand started by Curt Cuscino in 1991. HypeLife Brands uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
1 founders / 10 employees

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26. Appscrip

Appscrip is a website theme development business started by RAHUL SHARMA in 2014. Appscrip uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$250K / month
Team
2 founders / 185 employees

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I Earn $3M/Year Developing Clone Apps For Startups

Appscrip is a globally-acclaimed service-based app and web development company that has delivered over 350+ apps/year globally with an in-house team of 150+ developers, at an average of 45 days/app that otherwise would take almost 6-9 months to develop, generating an average monthly revenue of $2,50,000 and garnering recognition from Deloitte, Clutch, Good firms, while also encouraging women entrepreneurs.

About
RAHUL started Appscrip almost 10 years ago
Revenue
RAHUL grew the business to $250K/month
Costs
It cost RAHUL $150000 to start the business
Read by 4,786 founders

27. Klint Marketing

Klint Marketing is a SEO agency started by Taylor Ryan in 2019. Klint Marketing uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
1 founders / 10 employees

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28. Gikken

Gikken is an iPhone app started by Alex Chernikov in . Gikken uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$18.6K / month
Team
2 founders / 1 employees

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How We Started A $18K/Month App And Browser Extensions Development Business

Gikken is a small, profitable European company founded by Alex that makes browser extensions and apps used by 800,000 people every month, with their flagship product, Mate Translate, generating around $18,000 a month, but monetizing their user base better is their top priority for the next year.

Revenue
Alex grew the business to $18.6K/month
Read by 10,266 founders

29. Wolfate

Wolfate is a SEO agency started by Carlos Castro in 2018. Wolfate uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$3.5K / month
Team
2 founders / 4 employees

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How Starting A Meetup Group Helped Me Launch A $3,5K/Month Boutique SEO Agency

Wolfate, a specialized boutique SEO agency based in Mexico and Canada, shares its story of expansion through offering services for specific scenarios such as web migration and ranking drops, and implementing successful marketing strategies like organizing SEO meetups and media outreach.

About
Carlos started Wolfate almost 6 years ago
Revenue
Carlos grew the business to $3.5K/month
Costs
It cost Carlos $100 to start the business
Read by 3,721 founders

30. Ashleigh Di Lello LLC

Ashleigh Di Lello LLC is a life coaching business started by Ashleigh Di Lello in 2019. Ashleigh Di Lello LLC uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Team
2 founders / 0 employees

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31. Studio 31

Studio 31 is a wedding photography business started by Pranesh in 2010. Studio 31 uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$50K / month
Team
1 founders / 30 employees

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How I Run A $50K/Month Wedding Photography Studio Like A Startup

This case study follows the journey of an Indian first-generation entrepreneur who built Studio 31, a profitable and award-winning wedding photography and film company capturing over 350 weddings annually, with a unique focus on customer experience and organic marketing, serving more than 90% NRI clients and generating an annual revenue of about a million dollars.

About
Pranesh started Studio 31 over 13 years ago
Revenue
Pranesh grew the business to $50K/month
Read by 16,656 founders

32. Dropout SRL

Dropout SRL is a sneaker reseller business started by Kola Tytler in 2018. Dropout SRL uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$140K / month
Team
4 founders / 8 employees

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How I Started A $840K/Year Business Selling Limited Edition Sneakers [Italy]

Founder Kola Tytler managed to build a profitable business, Dropout, worth over $2.5 million by selling limited edition sneakers and streetwear, despite having no prior experience and juggling medical school; the company saw over 50,000 in-store visitors and over $100k in sales in December 2021 alone and raised €750k via equity crowdfunding in 6 days.

About
Kola started Dropout SRL over 5 years ago
Revenue
Kola grew the business to $140K/month
Costs
It cost Kola $120000 to start the business
Read by 3,695 founders

33. Solar Energy Partners

Solar Energy Partners is a solar energy business started by Alex Williams in 2020. Solar Energy Partners uses Apple Keynote for their business.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
3 founders / 250 employees

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Our Solar Installation Business Just Hit $24M/Year

Solar Energy Partners, a solar-focused company founded by Alex K Williams, has achieved more than 400% growth since inception, and is expanding into new markets while offering best customer service and training programs.

About
Alex started Solar Energy Partners about 4 years ago
Revenue
Alex grew the business to $2M/month
Costs
It cost Alex $100000 to start the business
Read by 3,947 founders

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