Many startups are created, many startups are funded, and many fail, entrepreneurs in this sector find a good basic idea but do not know how to exploit it because they do not have a global vision of the market and even often have not defined their mission. They do not see how the product created will evolve over time, but not only. You have to know how to capitalize in a reality, but far too many startups are blinded by false hopes without understanding where they are entering. Fragmenting the market is key to understanding the real behavior of their audience.
I worked on a startup concept name singleZontherun, providing the possibility for single people who are in the running life philosophy to meet. We have fractured the single industry into an even more specialized area, reaching in the city of Miami alone more than 420 members.