Greg is building LoopHQ, and all in one platform to manage your messages and relationships across the internet.
Greg originally joined Indie Worldwide as part of the 100 in 100 challenge which he successfully completed, gaining over 100 new paying customers over the course of the challenge.
Quote from Greg:
“Indie Worldwide is phenomenal…I've been able to find almost everything that I could need as a startup founder there, and some of my most active users that are constantly giving me feedback on what is good, what is great, what they love, and what sucks.
As a startup founder, I don't know that you could really ask for more than that.”
Jan-Philipp Peters launched Bits for Digits, a platform that helps indie founders sell parts of their businesses for partial buyouts.
They hit #2 on Product Hunt.
Niharika Sodhi is launching Summit 21, a 21-day program for writers to become more consistent. Their next cohort begins in January.
Balaji Ingole launched Super DMs, a service that makes it easier to run giveaways on Twitter by helping you send bulk DMs to tweet replies. They hit #1 on Product Hunt and got 12 replies in the Indie Worldwide slack.
Hugh Lagrotteria launched Outdone, an AI shopping assistant that helps you pick out gifts for the holidays. They hit #5 on Product Hunt.
Helen Huang launched Co.Lab, an online learning platform that makes it easy for instructors to host interactive courses.
Don’t forget to post your launches in #launch-alert for a chance to be featured here next month!
Founders’ Club Giveaway Winners ✨
Last month we announced a giveaway on Twitter to select a group of four founders to receive a free membership for Founders’ Club.
This round saw more than 3x as many nominations than the last time we ran a giveaway, which made it supremely difficult to choose just four.
I'm super excited about the batch of founders we chose and the things they are working on: