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  • Fizzy
    Junior Member
    • Nov 2022
    • 12

    Next hot startup?

    What's the next big thing on the horizon with start-up companies? Is any particular company hitting the radar for you? It feels like it has been a while since there was a truly valuable unicorn on the start-up scene.
  • Klub
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    • May 2009
    • 21

    #2
    Look at the price of Razors for instance. The cost of dispensing is recklessly high and you wonder if they are making a profit. What do you think that means about the supply change, and propensity to consume?

    Originally posted by Fizzy View Post
    What's the next big thing on the horizon with start-up companies? Is any particular company hitting the radar for you? It feels like it has been a while since there was a truly valuable unicorn on the start-up scene.

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    • Young
      Junior Member
      • Nov 2022
      • 9

      #3
      What is popular these days? Remote health services like Devoted Health? Cloud gaming platforms like Epic Games? (I'm sorry in advance if I mistakenly identify those companies as start-ups/unicorns, I'm still learning.)

      Business owners and investors may need to focus on stuff that can be cycled quickly and relatively needed every day instead of more luxurious goods or services.

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      • Kilroy
        Junior Member
        • Nov 2022
        • 8

        #4
        Originally posted by Young View Post
        What is popular these days?

        Business owners and investors may need to focus on stuff that can be cycled quickly and relatively needed every day instead of more luxurious goods or services.
        If by “cycled” you mean stock turnover, then it looks like food. The ease with which people have access to food would require some creativity. The next stage beyond services such as Door Dash, for example.

        The textbook definition of “cycled” is the growth or decline of the economy as a whole.
        Last edited by Kilroy; 12-11-2022, 01:48 PM. Reason: Grammar

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        • Klub
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          • May 2009
          • 21

          #5
          Nice to see you here, applause!

          Originally posted by Kilroy View Post

          If by “cycled” you mean the rotation of stock, then that sounds like food. Foodstuffs being easier to obtain by people, would require some out of the box thinking. The next step beyond services like Door Dash, for instance.

          The textbook definition of “cycled” is the growth or decline of the economy in general.

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          • Klub
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            • May 2009
            • 21

            #6
            Originally posted by Young View Post
            What is popular these days? Remote health services like Devoted Health? Cloud gaming platforms like Epic Games? (I'm sorry in advance if I mistakenly identify those companies as start-ups/unicorns, I'm still learning.)

            Business owners and investors may need to focus on stuff that can be cycled quickly and relatively needed every day instead of more luxurious goods or services.
            Profit Margin?

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            • Kilroy
              Junior Member
              • Nov 2022
              • 8

              #7
              Well, yes, profit margins. They will always be in vogue. There must be a business idea out there somewhere that allows a profit margin to be realized faster than usual.

              Maybe that's a good starting point when thinking of a new business idea. Start at the end, so to speak.

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              • Fizzy
                Junior Member
                • Nov 2022
                • 12

                #8
                Klub, much like you, I'm keeping my eye on Razor. The company has massive potential, but it seems like so much of their supply chain is totally out of their control, that it wouldn't take much to send Razor spiraling.
                Last edited by Klub; 12-13-2022, 08:37 PM.

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                • Klub
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                  • May 2009
                  • 21

                  #9
                  Originally posted by Fizzy View Post
                  Klub, much like you, I'm keeping my eye on Razor. The company has massive potential, but it seems like so much of their supply chain is totally out of their control, that it wouldn't take much to send Razor spiraling.
                  Remarkable Sense!

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