Coming up with a successful business idea for a startup is difficult for a beginning entrepreneur, primarily when all good business ideas have already been implemented, and there is no chance of starting a new business. However, as practice shows, today, it is possible to add a unique idea to an old business idea, thereby improving existing products on the market. But how to choose the best business and startup idea that will shoot in 2022?
Before you dive headfirst into the most appealing business idea you choose, you have to do some work. First, you have to make sure that there is an actual demand for startup ideas or businesses in your area where you want to start a business. More than 40% of companies, even Live Casino clubs, fail because there is no real market demand for their services or products. So do your research and make sure there is a need and there is a demand for the business you want to start.
We chose several projects in several European cities:
ZOE helps you create a healthy diet.
The service uses users’ data to help them make gradual dietary adjustments rather than a strict diet. For example, it sends customers special blood and stool tests to determine the amount of fat, sugar, and glucose in the body.
Hopin – online event service.
The company is developing a platform for online events. Hopin wants viewers to be able to access conferences “from anywhere in the world.”
The 2021 service operates in 42 countries, with more than 500 employees and 95,000 customers. The startup got $150 million from investors in 2020 and has since raised another $400 million, becoming a “unicorn.”
Beam – social support.
The company helps homeless people find jobs and helps with their careers. The startup has been operating since 2017, during which time it has employed more than 300 people.
In 2020, Beam began supplying hygiene products, food, textbooks, and tablets for children to those in need.
Marshmallow – auto insurance for the poor.
The company helps insure cars for low-income people, such as immigrants, the unemployed, and students. At the end of 2020, the company reached a valuation of $300 million after raising $30 million.
Hoxton Farms – producing cultured fat.
The project is developing another alternative to meat-producing animal fat without using animals. It raised £2.7 million at launch.
CodeSandbox – an online editor for React applications.
The cloud-based service helps developers share projects right in the browser and edit without knowing the code. In October 2020, the company raised $12.7 million. The platform is now used by over 2.5 million people each month.
Crisp – an online supermarket for organic food delivery.
The startup has set up an online supply chain that collects fresh produce directly from more than 650 producers. Then, within 24 hours of ordering, customers receive new products at supermarket prices. The company raised €30 million in March 2021.
Dyme – an app for managing subscriptions.
The startup wants to help people better control their spending. By connecting the app to a bank account, users can manage subscriptions with a single click.
Clear Health Program – personalized nutrition programs.
The service offers customers a patch with a chip that tracks how their bodies react to what they eat and drink. Based on this data, Clear Health creates a personalized nutrition program.
It should help increase a person’s energy levels improve weight control and overall health. The company raised €780,000 in February 2020.
Dott – electric scooter rentals.
The project operates a fleet of 30,000 scooters in Belgium, France, Poland, and Germany. It also plans to launch rentals in London and Paris. In addition, Dott minimizes its waste and emissions by using replacement batteries and electric trucks.
Volta Greentech – algae production for animal feed.
The project grows the red seaweed Asparagopsis taxiformis on an industrial scale. If added daily to cows’ feed, the algae’s bioactive compounds will block methane production, reducing emissions by up to 80%.
The startup has received €2.5 million in funding. It planned to launch its first products in fall 2021.
Anyone – an app for short call consultations.
The app is by invitation only, calls are limited to five minutes, and consultants set their prices. In addition, experts advise on business and career issues, mental health, and more. Right now, there are more than 10,000 people on Anyone’s waiting list for an official release.
Curb – an aggregator of meal delivery services.
In Stockholm and Copenhagen, Curb works with four delivery restaurants. The company aims to automate processes and improve delivery efficiency through data analytics.
Teemyco – Virtual Office.
Charlotte Ekelund has created a virtual office for Windows and Mac that replicates natural office spaces. Employees can walk in and out of rooms, switch to video only, or use “walkie-talkie” mode for short cues.
Heura is a manufacturer of vegetarian products.
The company produces plant-based chicken and veal substitutes. The products are environmentally friendly and contain 85% less saturated fat than their meat counterpart.
Heura products are now supplied to Chile, Hong Kong, Canada, and the UK. The company raised almost £200,000 in its latest round of seed investment and has revenues of £7 million in 2020.
Laagam is an eco-friendly and affordable clothing brand.
It purchases clothes by hand in strict quantities and does not send unsold items to landfills, reducing waste from production. Laagam supplies products to 60,000 customers worldwide at an average annual growth rate of 100%. The startup has raised more than £1 million since launching in 2017.
X1 Wind is a floating wind farm.
X1 Wind’s floating buoys are self-adjust to the sea breeze. As a result, it reduces its weight and helps minimize installation and maintenance costs. X1 Wind has raised more than £3.5 million in seed funding through the EU Horizon 2020 program.
mediQuo – an app for 24-hour medical care.
The startup allows patients to chat with 1,500 vetted medical professionals. The company has raised £5.5 million. In Spain, sales of the app have increased sevenfold since the pandemic. You can read this article about the different applications. You can also find information about the latest technology and world news on the author’s site.
Amenitiz – a centralized platform for hoteliers.
Amenitiz aims to create an “operating system” for all independent hotels to manage websites and book systems on the platform easily. The startup received funding of £710 thousand and quadrupled the number of customers and revenues in 2020.
Manna – delivery by drone.
Since its founding in 2018, Manna has focused on delivering food from restaurants and provides food and medicine via drones. The company received a $25 million investment in April 2021.
Evervault – a service for encrypting sensitive data.
The startup helps companies encrypt data before it even reaches apps. The project raised $3.2 million in funding before launching in 2019. Since then, investors have continued to support it and invested another $16 million in 2020.
Boundless is a hiring service.
With the help of this technology, employers can hire remote employees, regardless of where they live. The service is still in its early stages but already helps pay wages and taxes in 13 countries.
Buymie – food delivery.
The pandemic has benefited the company; after a surge in revenue in 2020, it immediately conducted two rounds of funding: for €2.2 million and €5.8 million, and entered into new partnerships.
Change Donations, an app for shopping donations.
The startup Change Donations helps charities raise money online. It connects to users’ cards, rounds up their purchases, and sends “extra change” to charities.