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'Startup Stars' Sells T-Shirts from Budding Companies

 - Aug 31, 2017
References: cratejoy & thenextweb
Startup jobs are caricatures of the millennial's career, but not everyone has the option of working for those budding companies — with 'Startup Stars', those on the outside can at least get the feeling of working at one. The subscription-based service sends consumers t-shirts from random participating startups every month, giving them the feeling of working for a startup team, even if that isn't truly the case.

Beyond the shirts themselves, Startup Stars sends along the corresponding CEO's business card and a little information about their company. Subscribers thus have the opportunity to network, connect, and potentially even score themselves a job at the company. And if they land a position, they'll come in dressed for success.