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Startup Stash is a curated directory of resources and tools to help you build your startup. It includes 400 products in 40 categories, like for example: Idea Generation, Early users, Marketing, Raising Capital and Customer support. Each category consists of 10 handpicked resources and tools, all with their own detail page that displays some info about the product.
MakeHub is a crowdsourced list of startups made by solo developers. It would be really nice of you to help me improve the list by logging in with Twitter. My 🤖 robots will take care of updating the dynamic data (Twitter followers, Product Hunt upvotes, ...)
I hope this motivates you to start 🛠️ making your own product!
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Thanks for checking out my Software for Projects curation site! In my work, I'm constantly recommending project management, BPM, business management, task management, resource planning, OKR & CRM software so I thought I'd share my research of > 200 products.
- Supersourcing helps both startups & enterprises find the right tech partners faster than ever before. The decade-old process of outsourcing is boring, expensive and often risky. Supersourcing is 100% pure delight. Trusted by founders from YC, Harvard & MIT.
- •Free optionsOne of the key issues founders are struggling with is co-founder conflict. More than 65% of startups fail because of this problem!
Today, we are launching Co-founder’s Daily Journal to address and help solve one of the biggest problems that startups face.
Tech Derby is a platform to share the vision, purpose, risk, skill, money and support to make innovative products all at once.
Entrepreneurs on seed stage can look for members with sympathy and considerably lower initial costs.
Developers can get rewarded : sharing revenue & project tokens (=discount points in the service to tradable value)