Many Startup Studios are born agnostic (not focused on a specific Industry). The idea that you can build a business spanning any industry as long as there is a product-market fit, I admit, is very mouthwatering, and we have fallen for it, too.
This approach has often proven to be high-risk (lack of specialization, difficulty attracting talent in so many areas). Moreover, given current trends, in 5 years, the studio market will be saturated. There will be studios highly specialized in specific Industries, and these will be able to attract talent precisely because of the high specialization.
It is better to be the best at something than mediocre at many things.
Mamazen, for example, specializes in digital services aimed at the microenterprise market.
Being focused allows the Studio to assemble a management team, partners, advisors, mentors, and experts in a specific field, contributing to rapid growth. Being an expert in a field allows you to attract founders interested in the Industry.