Part learning management system, part virtual mentor, configure your own branded environment to suit your organization’s needs
Make StartBlox Into YourBlox
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Custom URL on your own domain
Use your logo and set your primary and secondary colors for further branding
Easily insert your own custom content, tasks, and resources
We pre-populate content on 135 topics, which you can:
- use as-is;
- edit for new content; or
- hide completely
Custom surveys and assessments via our Typeform integration
Core White-Label Features
Pre-loaded content on 135 business topics
Add custom code and embed video using native players
Custom weighting to score startup progress vs. peers
Wizardize each step to “talk” to participants
Configurable mentor & technology resources next to relevant content topics
Community Q&A with topic and industry feed
Custom-branded URL, sign up page, and login page
Custom logo and color branding
Ability to form startup teams with separate logins yet same view
Administrator view & control of program participant accounts
Send scheduled or instantaneous global notification banners to all users
Send event announcements with scheduled automatic start/end
Run Typeform assessments right inside the platform
See Typeform completions in administrator dashboard
Manage pre-populated buttons in Ops Blox
Commonly asked questions about the setup process, pricing, and administration
Most white-label implementations have a two-part pricing model:
- A base implementation fee to create the unique environment
- Separate licenses for the users, often with bulk pricing
Standard configurations only have licensing fees. There is no implementation fee.
Contact us for more information.
We can actually create your environment and load with pre-populated data in just a few hours! If we have your branding choices and a couple other parameters decided, we can get you up and running the very next day.
StartBlox is hosted on cloud servers we maintain, so you don’t need any of your own equipment. You and your users just need internet access.
To the extent you want to update the content or engage your user community via Q&A and messaging, then you just need someone with an Administrator license to login and perform those duties.
That depends on the degree to which you are using our content and resources versus editing with your own.
Fortunately, the interface allows for immediate, on-the-spot editing in most cases. There are only a few types of resources that you need to add in the administrator panel before seeing in the editor.
Yes! You can do any of the following with both content and resources:
- Use ours as-is
- Edit ours to make new content
- Hide/delete ours and add yours in its place
For copyright purposes, anything we provide to you remains ours; anything you cleanly add is yours. In cases where you are editing our content to form your own unique content, this would follow copyright standards: your wording needs to be substantively different from what we give you in order for it to become yours. You have license during the term of our agreement to use and manipulate our content without attribution, but it remains ours in its substantive form.
As an example, if we said “The first thing you need to decide for your business setup is its location”:
- It would still be our copyright if you simply restate the exact meaning of the sentence with different words/order like “Deciding your business location is the first thing you need to do for your business setup.”
- If would be your copyright if, for instance, you state there is something else to do first and that location determination is later, e.g. “The second thing you need to decide for your business setup is its location.” Replacing the word first with second substantively changes the meaning.
As long as your content stays in the platform, there should be no issues. If you wish to copy or export any content, per the agreement, you can only take your own IP.
Nope! Zilch! We have easy-to-use administrative menus, rich text editors, and integrations that require no coding on the client’s part.
The only “technical” thing clients need to do is add one CNAME record in their DNS to activate the custom URL on their domain.