First home cold-pressed juicing system
An uber for kids
Drone that takes pictures & videos whilst following users.
Q&A service for advertisers & markets to reach their users
Simplifying used furniture sales
Wide range of services to the restaurant industry
Juicero launched their $700 juicing machine in 2016 and that used $5 - $8 of packs of fruit and vegetables to make juice. For a juicing machine, it was pretty hi-tech as it came with wi-fi connection so it could work out whether the packs of fruits it used were still fresh. There are a few causes for its failure however ultimately I personally think that they just turned a very simple idea into an insanely ...
When Shuddle closed its office in April, it was widely covered by several reporters, with most of them agreeing that the cause of failure was due to the company failing to get investment. This was reinforced with the CEO stating the cause of Shuddle's demise was due to the company being capital-intensive and eventually running out of money.
Shuddle raised a total $12.2 million and lost money on every ride until 2016 (the year ...
Although Lily Robotics has now been dubbed as the "Theranos of the Drone World", when Lily first announced the Lily Drone, the consumer world went wild. In a widely shared video, the company introduced an easy to use drone that would follow users after being thrown in the air. An astounding 60,000 people flocked to pre order the drone, netting Lily Robotics a massive $34 million in pre sales by the end of 2015 ...
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