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Companies and startup

Some projects of young (and not that young) entrepreneurs

Written by Adriana

There are thousands of ideas that are just waiting for someone to bring them to reality somewhere in the world and they only need someone persevering, capital and good management to be real, which is a lot. If you are planning to move forward and undertake your own project we hope that these ideas will inspire and stimulate you to proceed with your own. From ShBarcelona we are always on the entrepreneurs’ side and we encourage you to carry out your projects because, at the end of the day, it is the only thing that can make you feel fulfilled, reaching the goal that you wanted to, wether you fail or you succeed, no one can say you didn’t try.

Bebitus: is an online store that sells baby items throughout Spain and has achieved an investment of one million euros recently from CM investors, Gil Molins family. In 2012 their turnover was 650,000 euros and they are trying to expand into southern Europe.

Martinfit: two childhood friends (Sergi Fité and Edgar Martinez) decided to quit their jobs as engineers to open an online business that sells tailor made suits once the client has chosen the fabric, the model and measurements. The customer profile is a person who can not afford a conventional tailor who usually receives more than 1000 euros per suit.

Led Tech Ibérica: This company is only 3 years old but has already established itself as the first Spanish led lighting franchise in Europe. They have chosen their own production line and are committed to the environment (LEDs are recyclable, free from mercury, represent savings of up to 70%, and last between 10 and 15 years).

Sit Mobile: since 2001 this company is dedicated to buy SMS packages, but with the collapse of the use of this type of communication, now they also generate other types of notifications (internal corporate chats, for example), which means reducing the billing but improve the benefits.

Iguana: the company intends to bring the optical fiber to Igualada and to other rural areas allowing an area with very poor signal to be connected to a high speed Internet. The secret of its expansion is that people recommend it to each other, not advertising, because their investment has been really low (300,000 euros) and the project comes from a nonprofit initiative called Iglú.

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Adriana is a writer, content & community manager, web designer, media analyst and tireless traveler.

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