Edgar Calderón LCofounder at Conversa

Which companies or apps offers the best "startup plan"?

It's super hard being a newborn start up, everywhere we look the tools we need cost money. Do you know apps or services which provide startup plans for those like us?
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    Startup Stash

    A curated directory of 400 resources & tools for startups

    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Also, have you tried startup stash yet? they have a variety of tools listed with startup plans to help you get started.
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  2. Rafaella TheocharousGreat products sell themselves · Written
    It's an online startup tool! They have 6 steps for everyone who wants to start his/her startup idea! Also, they are offering mentorship and value of money packages!
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    Recruitee

    A fast, easy, collaborative hiring tool

    Beth Hudson3Social Media Marketer, Recruitee · Edited
    Beth Hudson made this product
    Recruitee is an ATS (Applicant Tracking System) that has flexible pricing (per active job with unlimited users). They understand the trials and tribulations of being a startup, so the pricing is affordable and flexible. It's imperative to use a collaborative, user-friendly ATS to build your team! Let me know if you have any questions (or the team - they're super helpful!).
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    Freshsales CRM

    A full-fledged CRM for high-velocity sales teams.

    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Freshsales CRM is a great sales CRM for startups. It is built from ground up for high-velocity sales teams and comes with a lifetime free plan for up to 10 agents, which is ideal for growing teams!
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    ReadMe

    Beautiful Documentation Made Easy

    thomas rossStartup analyser and investor · Written
    The goal is to make it so any startup can have beautiful, interactive, collaborative, Stripe-quality docs without wasting valuable time that should be spent making their core product even more awesome!
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  6. Thomas EvansCOO, EmailOctopus · Written
    When we first started we also looked for any startup deals. Zendesk were very helpful and we got a 1 year plan, which cost us nothing. Usually it should have been around $500.
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    Founderkit

    Unbiased reviews of startup tools from experienced founders

    LeandroCo-founder, Unubo · Written
    Go to their site, sign up and check out the deals they offer to startups, on all kinds of tools.
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    Survicate 2.0

    The fastest way to collect feedback from customers

    Marta KaczmarekCommunity & PR Manager · Written
    Survicate has Startup Program for early stage companies which are less than 2 years on the market. It's definitely worth checking out. There's 80% discount in the first year of the Professional Plan Subscription and 50% in the second one.
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    Corilla

    Collaborative documentation for software teams

    David RyanCreator of Corilla. · Written
    David Ryan made this product
    Kickstart your startup by using our documentation templates. We developed these going through the NUMA accelerator in Paris and shared them with our cohort. Both internal docs (your SaaS lists, onboarding, tech docs, etc) and external (user docs) ready to go. As for startup friendly prices - just ping us, we look after our PH family 👍🏼
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