The Most Profitable Startups of Recent Years

The Most Profitable Startups of Recent Years
The Most Profitable Startups of Recent Years

There are many great entrepreneurs around the world who can make the craziest ideas into huge and profitable international businesses. Some of these entrepreneurs are young and have no business degree but the strong belief in the ground-shaking idea is the best-driven power. Sometimes, all the fears of failure or rejection must be put aside to reach your best destination. These most promising new startups might be the best examples of how the small idea can grow up to a big business that could change the daily life, business, or improve the healthcare system significantly.

Spacemaker

This Norway-based startup has developed a game-changing AI technology to help property developers and architects make better design decisions and maximize the potential of a building site. Spacemaker uses machine intelligence to come up with eco-friendly designs. During the Series A funding, this startup has picked up $25 million from investors. The startup was founded in 2016 by three friends Anders Kvale, Carl Christensen, Håvard Haukeland. Now, this company has more than 150 employees and has business relationships with the biggest companies and organizations.

Snackpass

This startup of the e-commerce type has launched the mobile app where people can order food from restaurants and pick their orders at the moment when they come to that restaurant, so people do not need to wait because n order is prepared at the same time when they are coming. As soon as a customer places an order, the app automatically deducts money from his credit card. Snackpass was founded in 2017 by Jamie Marshall, Jonathan Cameron, Kevin Tan in San Francisco. The company is growing fast and successfully, so it earned $21 million from investors in the Serie A funding.

Wheels

Another American startup that operates in the industry of e-commerce is called Wheels. The aim of this company is to develop smart city projects to increase the level of ecology and sustainability, so they are renting pedal-less e-bikes for a day, a month, or even a year. These bikes are fully equipped and have swappable parts, batteries, built-in Bluetooth speakers, and even helmets are included. The startup was founded in 2018 by Chris Stavlas, Jonathan Viner, Joshua Viner in Los Angeles. This year, DBL Partners has invested $50 million in the development project of Wheels, as a result, this round brings the total funding to $87 million.

Kindbody

This startup is a mobile fertility clinic for women that provides services from standard gynecological care to intrauterine insemination, donor support, embryo freezing, nutrition, mental wellness, and many other medical procedures given by professional and kind specialists. Kindbody is offering women to get a test for AMH hormone for free, and this test is the main indication of any discrepancies in the system of fertility. The New York-based company was founded in 2018 by Gina Bartasi who is a professional doctor of fertility. The outstanding features of the company are the key message of feminist-type and attractive branding. During the previous year, Kindbody received more than $31 million from the investors such as GV and other significant companies.