An idea's value comes from its execution. I couldn't possibly execute on all my startup ideas, which is why I'm sharing them here. I'd love to watch the good ones come to fruition.
Ordering groceries online is still not ideal. It takes a long time to find all the items you need and add them to your cart. The only way it works well is if you order the same things week after week. Also, shipped meal boxes are expensive and take 30 minutes to cook.
With more and more women entering the workforce, there will be a greater need for childcare. The systems for childcare today are inefficient and expensive.
It’s hard to deal with disperse financial accounts. It’s even harder to allocate funds the way you want when dealing with paychecks. It’s smart to have your finances run automatically, which is why this would help with that system. Free financial management systems exist (Mint), but they do not actually allow you to manage your finances.
Investing in startups is extremely risky, but also one of the best ways to achieve incredible returns. It would be amazing to be able to invest in a startup index fund so you could have a piece of the returns without so much risk.
Homes are often outdated as trends shift every 5 to 10 years. What if you could pay a monthly or yearly subscription to always have your home updated? It's a great plan for the home owner and the company that contracts out the work.
When you build a custom home, it’s difficult to envision what the final product will be. It’s one of the most expensive purchases Americans make, yet they often have few samples in front of them.