With the COVID-19 pandemic sending shockwaves through the global economy and unemployment reaching once-unthinkable levels, one North Carolina-based startup company is hoping to help answer the question on so many minds: “How do we get America back to work?”
Startomatic Inc. (www.startomatic.com) takes all of the tasks required to launch a business - from choosing a name and logo, drafting and filing legal documents, securing a domain name, creating a coming soon website, and setting up company email and social media accounts, just to name a few - and rolls them into a single, user-friendly platform with an overlay of easy-to-understand guidance.
Startomatic also provides operating businesses affordable, ongoing support in a monthly subscription service with a customizable library of common legal documents, SEO and DNS tools, trademark search, custom logo generation, and more.
Startomatic is a monthly subscription service priced at just $99 per month. The only additional costs are optional third-party fees, such as state filing fees. That means entrepreneurs can get a new business formed and online in 48 hours for much less than most attorneys would charge for a couple of hours of work, to say nothing of the individual costs of things like logo design, domain registration, and website design, all of which are included in Startomatic’s monthly fee.
Startomatic is the work of two serial entrepreneurs, Robbie Allen, successful founder and former CEO of two artificial intelligence/machine learning firms, Automated Insights and Infinia ML, and Andrew Fisher, a “recovering” corporate lawyer and cupcake bakery owner. Their combined experience and successes in the worlds of tech, startup law, and main street business drove them to make Startomatic the most practical, affordable business launch platform ever.
“Even before the pandemic, we knew the U.S. workforce was changing, and that entrepreneurship was going to play an increasingly important role in our economy,” says Allen. “Now, we know Startomatic is the perfect vehicle for innovators and job creators to quickly and affordably get their ideas into the real world, start hiring from this new huge and talented workforce, and get America’s economic engine running better than ever.”