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October 14, 2011, 4 Comments

Get.com is a fantastic new product discovery service which was launched recently by the creators of Stickam, Steven Fruchter and Jake Gold. The site centres around the idea of using Q&A (Quora style) to find answers on buying decisions and product options. Today we are lucky enough to have the co-founder of Get.com, Steven Fruchter, on The Startup Project.

The Dropcam Story – Building a Surveillance Startup

October 14, 2011, No comments

Dropcam is a simple and easy to use DVR/security system for your home which lets you effortlessly monitor what's going on while you're away. The Dropc ...

Launching a Hardware Startup – An Interview with Basis

October 13, 2011, No comments

My Basis is a startup which aims to revolutionize the heath and fitness industry, offering a unique wrist monitor which tracks activity levels, calori ...

Saving Your Customers $75 Million – The FeeFighters Story

October 13, 2011, No comments

FeeFighters is a comparison shopping website for credit card processing, it offers a quick and simple way for businesses to save significant amounts o ...

  • Carpooling The Right Way – The Zimride Story
    October 10, 2011, No comments

    Zimride is a service which makes it exceptionally simple to find someone to ride-share with, allowing users to quickly determine friends, classmates or co-workers heading in the same direction as they are. The company has received more than ...

  • Building a College Startup – The Fampus Story
    October 8, 2011, 2 Comments

    Fampus is an events website exclusively for college students which launched in September 2011. The site aims to keep students in the loop regarding just about every imaginable college event, and currently has seven colleges on board. Fampus ...

  • Building a Startup in London – The Top10 Interview
    October 7, 2011, No comments

    Top10 is a social recommendation service which, as you would expect, is based around 'top 10 lists' and aims to be the ultimate platform to discover and share recommendations about the things you love. The company has raised $3.5 million in ...