$347k in Sales on August 4th – Fibr.com sold for $75,000 – Daily Market Report

 NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was Fibr.com which sold for $ 75,000 at Domaincracy. NameBio recorded 384 sales $ 100+ for a total of $ 328,555 with an average sale price of $ 856. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 0.5% in the number of sales but the total dollar amount increased by 44%. We also recorded an additional 890 sale…
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[Unispectral in Novus Light] Unispectral Debuts Mass Market ColorIR Tunable NIR Filter and Spectral IR Camera

Unispectral, developer of the ColorIR filter, announced the availability of a new Evaluation Kit for its tunable NIR filter and camera.

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[Beyond Meat in Market Place] How are plant-based meat companies faring during the pandemic?

The biggest market for companies like Beyond Meat isn’t vegetarians, but meat eaters who Shor calls “flexitarians” — people who eat less meat for health or environmental reasons.

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[Beyond Meat in Market Watch] Beyond Meat is heading to Sam’s Club and BJ’s Wholesale

Beyond Meat Inc. BYND, 2.86% said Monday that its Beyond Burgers will be sold at Walmart Inc.’s WMT, 0.92% warehouse chain Sam’s Club, and at BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. BJ, 2.41%. Beyond Meat began selling at Costco Wholesale Corp. COST, 1.86% last summer. The news comes just days after rival plant-based burger maker Impossible Foods Inc. began rolling out its Impossible Burgers at nearly 2,100 Walmart Supercenters and Neighborhood Markets nationwide. Walmart is also selling Impossible Burgers on its website. Beyond Meat stock is up 2.5% in Monday premarket trading, and has soared 66.5% for the year to date. The S&P 500 index SPX, 0.13% is up 1.3% for 2020 so far.

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$248k in Sales on August 3rd – RoadTest.com sold for $16,500 – Daily Market Report

 NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was RoadTest.com which sold for $ 16,500 at Sedo. NameBio recorded 385 sales $ 100+ for a total of $ 228,731 with an average sale price of $ 594. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 20% in the number of sales and the total dollar amount increased by 24%. We also recorded an additional 997 sales b…
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Is there a market when users don’t have a problem but there are many solutions out there to solve it?

We're looking to create a new startup that makes software in the fitness space. We've done 20+ user interviews — MOM Test-style, without asking hypothetical question, and inquiring about previous and current experiences/problems — with people in the industry that would be the target customers.

From our own experience, we've also had a few assumptions about the pain points in the space. However, during the interviews, all the assumed problems came out as nice-to-have at most. Even worse (?) no one seemed to have any big problems (other than wanting more money) that would be solvable with software.

What's confusing us is that there are many other technology platforms that address our assumed problems but no one in our interviews had those problems, or use the competitors.

At this point, we're not sure if we should continue interviewing (did we pick the wrong people to talk to? when do we stop?), look for something else, or simply go forward under the assumption that there's a market because there are companies (at all stages) in this field solving our assumed problems? Is it worth considering an MVP (probably a couple months of work) at this point?

Any advice?

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Starting a business in a saturated market/ against big corporations

Hey guys! The tittle pretty much says it all, just wanted to know what do you guys think about starting a business in a saturated market or just going against well established / giant corporations.

Is it even worth it to try and make a space for yourself when there’s already a big market for your product or service?

If you think it’s worth it, how would you do it?

And what are the pros and cons of this?

Looking forward to know your personal experience / opinion on this!

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Would you mind taking a survey for market research purposes?

(If there is a different place surveys should go / they are not okay here let me know and I will remove)

Trying to figure out if there’s a need for my idea. Survey here

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$167k in Sales on August 1st – CryptoCustody.com sold for $23,250 – Daily Market Report

 NameBio.com: GoDaddy had seven of the top ten sales yesterday led by CryptoCustody.com which sold for $ 23,250. NameBio recorded 237 sales $ 100+ for a total of $ 148,239 with an average sale price of $ 625. Compared to the previous day there was a decrease of 30% in the number of sales and the total dollar amount decreased by 29%. We also recorded a…
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Idea validation and estimating market size

I have an idea for a form builder app targeting a specific niche B2B. I am about to start validating my idea. According to my estimation there are about 500 organisations to which I could market this product. I am planning to contact 100 of these organisations for idea validation to gather initial feedback.

Considering a very optimistic scenario, if I only manage to secure 100 customers, and charge 89$ per month for subscription which would result 8900$ a month. Is this enough to run a small SaaS company?

Now I am wondering if 500 organisations is too little? I could potentially market it to other organisations. Should I also include other potential organisations in my idea validation process?

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