Startup tech companies worth investing in!

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If you are looking to make investments in startups within the tech world, I found some great options. I checked them out myself and saw what everyone was saying about them. They are not only useful but likely to only expand and grow as time goes on. 


UpDog: Video Review App – this one is a fast growing competitor of Yelp.

Packback Books: eBooks for Rent – this one focuses on college students and saving them money.

Samba: Video Reaction App – this one is a great alternative to FaceTime and Skype.

Jazinga: Simplifying Small Business Communications – this one does exactly what it says!


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June 6, 2020 2:16 AM

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I only recently started hearing about UpDog but the company itself sounds promising. It is a great way for customers to check things out beyond people writing their experiences and sharing a few pictures. You can get detailed videos and other information which I think serves the general public better.

June 8, 2020 12:23 AM

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I am shocked Samba hasn't picked up more when less reliable and untrustworthy apps like Zoom. I was shocked when schools started using this software as well given that it is linked to China and pulling private information.

June 9, 2020 11:34 PM

I am surprised with the Zoom thing as well. There are companies around here using it for driving lessons and to get people their licenses because of the virus.


There is another business, I can't think of it right now. The name is slipping my mind but it is an app and they are on the up and coming list to be a top company in 2021.

June 11, 2020 9:23 PM

Packback Books sounds promising especially now given what is going on with the coronavirus. A lot of manufacturing and stock is backed up so this does sounds like a company worth investing in.

June 16, 2020 6:39 PM

Thanks for the list. I am going to check them out. While I am not in a position to invest, I know someone who does like investing in app-based businesses and he would love to check them out, I am sure.

June 16, 2020 6:56 PM