Startup or start-up may refer to:

  • Booting, an initialization period that computers and electronics go through when first turned on
  • Project commissioning, the act of starting for the first time a technical installation
  • Startup company, a recently formed company
    • Start-Ups: Silicon Valley, a reality television series about startup companies that premiered in 2012
    • startup, the title given in some countries to Antitrust (film)
    •, a 2001 documentary film about the dot-com start-up phenomenon
  • Startup, Washington, a census-designated place in Snohomish County, Washington
  • Sign-on, when broadcasters start transmissions on a day

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