Featured BizSpark Startup - CopyShoppy


Captivate your target audience with brilliant business writing and branding with Microsoft Bizspark member CopyShoppy.


It can be difficult for companies to produce powerful brand names and advertisements, which is exactly why Asad Khan decided to found CopyShoppy. Connecting customers with a community of talented ad writers, content marketers and brand name developers, CopyShoppy is a marketplace where dozens of writers compete to provide companies with powerful brand names and captivating ad copy. CopyShoppy helps companies and individuals host contests where dozens of writers compete to provide copy and content writing.   

A BizSpark member, CopyShoppy leverages Microsoft developer tools to allow users to receive powerful brand names & brilliant advertisement copy developed by professional writers and marketers. This revolutionary product transforms the creative product naming and advertisement writing landscape all into one accessible, affordable and effective platform.

The ease with which CopyShoppy can be operated provides users the means to maintain control over their company while giving them the content to take the business to new heights. According to Khan, CopyShoppy founder and CEO, “We put you in the driver’s seat and our intuitive platform is the cruise control.”

Need words that will get you customers? CopyShoppy is here to help!

+++++++++++++++++++++++++

Microsoft is helping these startups succeed through its BizSpark program. To join or see other startup stories, visit us at our website here.

About BizSpark:  Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps startups succeed by giving free access to Microsoft Azure cloud services, software and support. BizSpark members receive up to $750 per month of free Microsoft Azure cloud services for 3 years: that’s $150 per month each for up to 5 developers. Azure works with Linux and open-source technologies such as Ruby, Python, Java and PHP. BizSpark is available to startups that are privately held, less than 5-years-old and earn less than $1M in annual revenue.

Skip to main content