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Startup Name FrameologY
What problem are you solving? We started Frameology to solve two major problems. First, printing and framing personal photos was unnecessarily difficult. Second, the quality of printed photo products available online was lacking.
What is your solution? Frameology combines technology with years of framing experience to offer the finest printed photo products on the internet. Through Frameology you choose a frame, upload a photo from your phone, computer, or social media, and we send you a beautifully framed print in the mail (in 1-4 days plus shipping time). The result is a much better customer experience and the first high quality online option for doing more with your personal photos at a price that is significantly below what you would pay for anything comparable.
Target Market consumers, moms, mothers, gifts, holidays, birthdays, presents, weddings, photographers
How will you make money? Through sales
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Frameology is a partnership between father and son. Daniel Koren opened New York\’s premier picture frame shop, Framed on Madison, in 1986 and still runs it to this day. His son Ben got the idea for Frameology when working in Tech investment banking. He has an MBA from Columbia Business School and used to do clean tech investing in Brazil.
Founders Names Ben Koren
Founders Email NA
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