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Startup Name BowTie
What problem are you solving? We believe in a world where shipping feature-rich static sites is easy, site security is commonplace, and developers are allowed to focus on their craft rather than the cruft that gets in the way of execution.
What is your solution? ⋈ BowTie provides zero-configuration static hosting with baked in user management, policies, and payments to complete your next static application. Build better static sites, blogs, and web apps with private git repos, integrated user management, access control, and an admin interface. Ship multiple iterations without building services over and over.
Target Market Businesses
How will you make money? $6/mo with 2-week free trial
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Our founding team (James Kassemi, Scott Maloney, and Chad Person) has worked on several projects and startups in the past – spanning the gammut from fintech, media-tech, daily deals, education, and multiuser multitouch experiences. We came up with BowTie out of our own need. When we decided to start a company, the three of us couldn’t decide on a a single project to build. We had far too many ideas and too little time. Our CTO James suggested building a framework to help us launch and validate several of them more easily – without rebuilding the same services over and over. As we fleshed out that concept friends and colleagues were anxious to try our ‘internal tool’, so it quickly evolved into the BowTie MVP.
Founders Names Chad Person
Twitter Handle @bowtie_io
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