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VentureScale Report #01: Curation Economy, Social Communities & Online learning

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VentureScale Report helps first-time and second-time founders to identify new startup opportunities. Analyzing at the intersection of Internet culture, consumer tech, and platform economy. Get insights from research-based tech trends, product frameworks & revenue models to build your NewCo!


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Upon purchase, you can instantly download the full report. Contains 3 new startup opportunities breakdown, PDF format, 10 pages of insight. 


What you'll get from this single report:

  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #1 (Helping others to start their own community, future of social networks)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #2 (Make money by helping others to curate, curation economy)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #3 (Unbundling Zoom, EdTech)


All 3 ideas combined, you will unlock:

  • 🔑 3 new startup opportunities breakdown in 1 report
  • 🔑 7 target audience definitions
  • 🔑 10 problem definition examples
  • 🔑 13 solutions and feature examples in detail
  • 🔑 10 revenue streams you can create to monetize your startup ideas
  • 🔑 20 in-depth evaluations on each startup idea and how to prove market potential and create competitive advantages


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In this venture report, we will break down 3 ideas:

  • Helping others to start their own community (Future of social networks)
  • Helping others to curate (Curation economy)
  • Unbundling Zoom (EdTech)


Tech Trends

(1) Verticalization of social networks. "Niche" social products are created to connect users with specific interests, audiences, or use cases. For example: Reddit is a social network for online forums; TikTok is like Instagram but focusing on short-form video content; Shuffle is like TikTok but for podcasts with audio clips sharing and social interaction.

  • (📥 Full version) Help others to hang out with their peers. See—Startup Opportunity #1.


(2) Curation is becoming the new business model. People are paying money to access good quality curation. Curators are becoming the new creators. Flow State charges $8/month to get access to curated Spotify playlists. The Browser charges $5/month to access outstanding stories from the Internet.

  • (📥 Full version) Help others to curate resources  and make money. See—Startup Opportunity #2.


(3) The future of classroom will be a totally immersive experience. COVID-19 has accelerated mass adoption of online education. New companies are created to help educators who are struggling to manage online interaction, lectures, and engagement with students, for example:

  • (📥 Full version) Create tools to help teachers facilitate effective online teaching and enhance the learning experience of students. See—Startup Opportunity #3.
  • (📥 Full version) 3 edtech players solving the online lecture problems


#1: Find a workout buddy

A community-based workout app for finding a virtual workout buddy. Train together, stay committed, keep each other accountable and crush your fitness goals. Think GetMotivatedBuddies but for fitness.


For Who

  • People who struggle with staying consistent with their exercise habits.
  • (📥 Full version) 2 more target audience descriptions.


Problem

  • It’s easy to break an exercise habit when you are doing it alone.
  • (📥 Full version) 2 more problem definition examples.


Solution

  • Accountability partner. Able to find virtual fitness buddies, set up exercise sessions, select availability on a calendar to meet their accountability partner via 1:1 or group-based sessions.
  • Community events. Group-based workout events hosted by the users. Built-in event tool to host your own fitness events and build your fitness community.
  • (📥 Full version) 4 more solutions and feature examples in detail.


Revenue Model

  • Subscription, $14/month. Charge users to access the full features of the platform, I.e.
  • (📥 Full version) 6 features you can charge money for
  • (📥 Full version) 3 more revenue streams to add to your pricing strategy.


Venture Scale

(1) Industries: Consumer Social, Fitness, SaaS


(2) Business model: Subscription, Freemium


(3) Market risk: ◼️◼️◻️◻️◻️ Lower because (1) virtual gym is becoming more familiar due to COVID and people are more likely to adopt at-home fitness

  • (📥 Full version) 2 more research evidence to prove the validity of the market


(4) Execution risk: ◼️◼️◼️◻️◻️ Medium because it requires the (1) ability to onboard, match users, and schedule 1:1 calls, which can be done through (see below) (2) Can you execute a product to truly differentiate? Since online fitness is a large market, therefore, higher competition risks in the same category with big players. The solution can be playing in another segment. For example, instead of competing with on-demand fitness class streaming, i.e. ClassPass, FitnessOnDemand, focus on becoming a "community workout app".

  • (📥 Full version) 3 tools for initial-stage product development to gain traction


(5) Moat: (1) Create an unfair advantage by owning the phrases “online fitness” or “fitness app”, through

  • (📥 Full version) 3 examples to own a phrase
  • (📥 Full version) 1 more way to create a business moat

# # # preview report ends here # # #


What you'll get from this single report:

  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #1 (Helping others to start their own community, future of social networks)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #2 (Make money by helping others to curate, curation economy)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #3 (Unbundling Zoom, EdTech)


All 3 ideas combined, you will unlock:

  • 🔑 3 startup opportunities breakdown in 1 report
  • 🔑 7 target audience definitions
  • 🔑 10 problem definition examples
  • 🔑 13 solutions and feature examples in detail
  • 🔑 10 revenue streams you can create to monetize your startup ideas
  • 🔑 20 in-depth evaluations on each startup idea and how to prove market potential and create competitive advantages
$37
$37

VentureScale Report #01: Curation Economy, Social Communities & Online learning

VentureScale Report helps first-time and second-time founders to identify new startup opportunities. Analyzing at the intersection of Internet culture, consumer tech, and platform economy. Get insights from research-based tech trends, product frameworks & revenue models to build your NewCo!


🕹*** Preview free report below


Upon purchase, you can instantly download the full report. Contains 3 new startup opportunities breakdown, PDF format, 10 pages of insight. 


What you'll get from this single report:

  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #1 (Helping others to start their own community, future of social networks)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #2 (Make money by helping others to curate, curation economy)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #3 (Unbundling Zoom, EdTech)


All 3 ideas combined, you will unlock:

  • 🔑 3 new startup opportunities breakdown in 1 report
  • 🔑 7 target audience definitions
  • 🔑 10 problem definition examples
  • 🔑 13 solutions and feature examples in detail
  • 🔑 10 revenue streams you can create to monetize your startup ideas
  • 🔑 20 in-depth evaluations on each startup idea and how to prove market potential and create competitive advantages


# # # Preview report starts here # # #

In this venture report, we will break down 3 ideas:

  • Helping others to start their own community (Future of social networks)
  • Helping others to curate (Curation economy)
  • Unbundling Zoom (EdTech)


Tech Trends

(1) Verticalization of social networks. "Niche" social products are created to connect users with specific interests, audiences, or use cases. For example: Reddit is a social network for online forums; TikTok is like Instagram but focusing on short-form video content; Shuffle is like TikTok but for podcasts with audio clips sharing and social interaction.

  • (📥 Full version) Help others to hang out with their peers. See—Startup Opportunity #1.


(2) Curation is becoming the new business model. People are paying money to access good quality curation. Curators are becoming the new creators. Flow State charges $8/month to get access to curated Spotify playlists. The Browser charges $5/month to access outstanding stories from the Internet.

  • (📥 Full version) Help others to curate resources  and make money. See—Startup Opportunity #2.


(3) The future of classroom will be a totally immersive experience. COVID-19 has accelerated mass adoption of online education. New companies are created to help educators who are struggling to manage online interaction, lectures, and engagement with students, for example:

  • (📥 Full version) Create tools to help teachers facilitate effective online teaching and enhance the learning experience of students. See—Startup Opportunity #3.
  • (📥 Full version) 3 edtech players solving the online lecture problems


#1: Find a workout buddy

A community-based workout app for finding a virtual workout buddy. Train together, stay committed, keep each other accountable and crush your fitness goals. Think GetMotivatedBuddies but for fitness.


For Who

  • People who struggle with staying consistent with their exercise habits.
  • (📥 Full version) 2 more target audience descriptions.


Problem

  • It’s easy to break an exercise habit when you are doing it alone.
  • (📥 Full version) 2 more problem definition examples.


Solution

  • Accountability partner. Able to find virtual fitness buddies, set up exercise sessions, select availability on a calendar to meet their accountability partner via 1:1 or group-based sessions.
  • Community events. Group-based workout events hosted by the users. Built-in event tool to host your own fitness events and build your fitness community.
  • (📥 Full version) 4 more solutions and feature examples in detail.


Revenue Model

  • Subscription, $14/month. Charge users to access the full features of the platform, I.e.
  • (📥 Full version) 6 features you can charge money for
  • (📥 Full version) 3 more revenue streams to add to your pricing strategy.


Venture Scale

(1) Industries: Consumer Social, Fitness, SaaS


(2) Business model: Subscription, Freemium


(3) Market risk: ◼️◼️◻️◻️◻️ Lower because (1) virtual gym is becoming more familiar due to COVID and people are more likely to adopt at-home fitness

  • (📥 Full version) 2 more research evidence to prove the validity of the market


(4) Execution risk: ◼️◼️◼️◻️◻️ Medium because it requires the (1) ability to onboard, match users, and schedule 1:1 calls, which can be done through (see below) (2) Can you execute a product to truly differentiate? Since online fitness is a large market, therefore, higher competition risks in the same category with big players. The solution can be playing in another segment. For example, instead of competing with on-demand fitness class streaming, i.e. ClassPass, FitnessOnDemand, focus on becoming a "community workout app".

  • (📥 Full version) 3 tools for initial-stage product development to gain traction


(5) Moat: (1) Create an unfair advantage by owning the phrases “online fitness” or “fitness app”, through

  • (📥 Full version) 3 examples to own a phrase
  • (📥 Full version) 1 more way to create a business moat

# # # preview report ends here # # #


What you'll get from this single report:

  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #1 (Helping others to start their own community, future of social networks)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #2 (Make money by helping others to curate, curation economy)
  • 🔑 Breakdown of Startup Opportunity #3 (Unbundling Zoom, EdTech)


All 3 ideas combined, you will unlock:

  • 🔑 3 startup opportunities breakdown in 1 report
  • 🔑 7 target audience definitions
  • 🔑 10 problem definition examples
  • 🔑 13 solutions and feature examples in detail
  • 🔑 10 revenue streams you can create to monetize your startup ideas
  • 🔑 20 in-depth evaluations on each startup idea and how to prove market potential and create competitive advantages
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