Starting a company is nothing new in 2019, but the ones that always stand out are the ones that we never knew that there was a market for until a company has created one. Britain has long been a hotbed for potential start-ups; with London the likely destination. However, it isn’t just the capital where business is booming, after Birmingham was revealed as the most prosperous city away from London for business start-ups for the second consecutive year.
Nowadays a company that hopes to reap in the financial benefits needs to stand out from the rest, with saturated markets all over industries. But which start-ups should you be keeping an eye on this year?
The transportation market has been shaken up by companies such as Uber, but Capstar have taken a new initiative on that sector. Along with shaking up by London chauffer scene, since their formation in 2013, they have provided financial support for veterans in the form on employment. Since becoming successive in London, they have ventured across the Atlantic to New York and across the remainder of the UK. While it is more expensive than your standard cab; it is undoubtedly a unique experience.
Fashion is becoming more and more popular for men. With males taking into account specific fashion trends more than ever before. However, Chapar is now taking the sector by storm and ensuring that all their customers are dressed as up-to-date as possible. The first step is a consultation between the client and stylist, from here the specialists within the company carefully select the best clothing that they believe with suit your style and budget.
The best bit of all, however, is their attention to an essential thing; customer satisfaction. Should the client not like individual pieces of clothing that have been sent, he can return it free of charge. The Chapar continues to grow, with over 40,000 members already a part of the revolution.
Some of the most popular attractions are expensive, but regardless you will still go because you want to see or do the experience. Buckt is helping customers with this by introducing their exciting start-up by issuing five monthly tickets to their customers every week. The tickets are random, and they leave their customers thrilled with their experiences. This company was predicted to break new ground from Birmingham magazine, welovebrum.co.uk.
In this modern day, attention to news editorials and sports events is as short as it has ever been. Users are now taking their news in different methods; with punchier and snappier articles performing better than informative and extended articles. Clippet News has noticed this trend and has created a niche idea that has performed excellently.
They claim themselves as being the world’s first bite-sized audio news outlet, and with a dedicated editorial team, they can create ten 60-second clips to their users via mobile phones daily.
Kids’ entertainment transcends throughout their lives, and Moonbug has quickly identified that market as their niche. Despite only being founded in 2018, they have quickly engaged kids in compelling storytelling with the emphasis on values such as resilience, empathy and compassion.
Along with this, they thrive on supporting the younger generation’s cognitive development by educating on aspects such as counting and vocabulary, as well as the vital elements of social skills such as managing emotions and how to be a friend. They have already thrived by raising £130 million in December.