Scaling for efficiency with solo efforts

If you can program, identify an area where you can automate a process. Reinvent, don't invent.

Industry category

Various

Inspired by past successful examples ...

This is a solo practice. Don't invent. Don't make anything that is not already selling.

How the model works

Scaling and specialization coupled with automation is power. Analyze an ecosystem in a market and identify a procedure that is boring and tedious. Automate that.

How does become ecosystem?

When you automate, when you copy and improve, it is fair competition, not stealing. People can only turn you down, but you always have a shot.

How you can copy/expand it

If it grows, then you can stick with it. Otherwise, close it down or sell it to another company. Don't need investor money.

Barrier for competitors

None, it is a practice run.

Expansion or exit strategy

If it grows, then you can stick with it. Otherwise, close it down or sell it to another company. Don't need investor money.

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Startup type

Solo

Investment requirements:

Low

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