Pakible – On Demand Product Packaging – Pitch Your Startup

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ED: I love this idea, most of the millions of product hackers are exhausted by the time they get to this phase and probably havent considered it at all.



What problem are you solving?

Getting products manufactured is hard enough, let alone sourcing product packaging. The manufacturers are very operationally focused. They want to open up access to these new entrants, but they can’t write software .

Businesses and store operators want and need better packaging options with similar ease of use to a online storefront.

What is your solution?

Pakible was created to help new businesses access this industry and solve their packaging needs with just a few clicks.

Why is this a great opportunity?

With their service, any size company can fully customize and brand their own retail packaging, shipping boxes, or product containers.

Just choose your packaging, customize the text, colors, and upload your logo. Pakible handles it from there to manufacture it without any setup costs for the users.

They’re able to handle any size order from as small as 10 up to 10,000+.

Pricing starts at $1/box and ships in 10 days anywhere in the world. You can reorder with one click and change the design as many times as you like.

Target Market

Any company that needs custom product packaging. Any and all people selling a physical product through an e-commerce platform.

How will you make money?


Founders Names

Nick and Phillip


What type of funding has the company received

Bootstrapped/self funded

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