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SITU is building a messaging app to help people connect with their local government. It’s meant to make government more approachable and transparent to the public.

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The startup is building a digital platform to enable farmers to monitor and manage the health of their crops.

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A startup that helps the elderly and disabled to communicate with their family

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A company that helps colleges and universities offer affordable, online classes

879

A startup to help disabled people find friends who are willing to help them out, and vice versa.

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A network of tutors across the world that get paid per student, with students able to take lessons from anyone.

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A startup for hotels to fill rooms quickly with the best available rates.

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A startup that collects data on the world’s 4.5 billion-odd cellphones and builds a giant map of their locations with all the phone data available.

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Idea: A software company that helps people with disabilities create profiles online and apply for jobs The startup seeks to help people with disabilities find work and give them the tools to make themselves employable

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A collection of online educational materials available for free.

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A platform that helps companies analyze their own data, with a focus on finding ways to make information more actionable.

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A platform for “pay-at-the-table” service restaurants.

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A highly customizable online resume builder that sorts out what information is relevant.

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Aspiring to be like Amazon, this startup wants to be the Amazon of the $3.5 trillion retail industry. They say they’re currently focused on a core product that will eventually be able to make recommendations for products to customers, and have already signed up a number of retailers.

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A startup that offers a highly customisable, easy-to-use platform for designing employee relocation packages

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Inventor Dr. Ramesh Kale has been working on a low-cost, disposable "smart" pacemaker for under $1,500. The device is implanted in a pocket-sized battery pack that an individual wears around their waist. The pacemaker is connected to the battery pack via a small wire. When the device senses irregular heartbeats, it sends a signal to the battery pack, which then notifies the individual's doctor. The battery pack is replaceable, and is expected to last up to a year.

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This startup wants to build a new type of credit card for the underbanked, especially in developing countries. It takes the form of a prepaid card and is available in any currency. Given the lack of banking options in many such countries, the startup sees a lot of potential for growth.

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A platform that enables online retailers to offer their customers the option to create their own exclusive in-store experiences.

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 A startup that creates low-cost, programmable electronics for the Internet of Things.

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A platform for sharing and selling reusable office supplies to businesses. The startup focuses on 8 great office supply items that are used a lot, but don’t get recycled as often as they should. They’re currently focusing on the US, but plan to expand internationally and into business software.

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A new, blockchain-enabled peer-to-peer lending platform that is targeting the global student debt crisis. The company is expanding internationally and looking for investors.

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A company that makes high-end reusable coffee cups.

141

A startup that’s building an AI-enabled chatbot for legal services. The company has $1 million in seed funding.

140

A startup that helps big retailers manage a large number of different call center operations. The company says it has been able to save retailers over $100 million a year in labor costs.

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A startup that helps track and connect people who want to apply for jobs in a specific city, and allows them to see the job openings, apply and schedule interviews, get feedback on their applications, and communicate with recruiters. Available in the San Francisco Bay Area.

135

A company building a browser extension that adds web-based editing to Microsoft Word, enabling users to do everything from adding images to creating tables and charts.

134

A startup that allows you to select when and where you’d like to get your car washed, from a list of viable times and places.

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 A Chinese-language news app. They have about 200,000 users, and are profitable. They’ve already raised $3.5 million.

132

A startup where you can buy used tablet computers from big retailers like Best Buy and Staples.

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A startup that uses affordable technology to help farmers in India learn to use technology to make better decisions

129

A company that’s building a “Netflix for fitness”. The company wants to be able to provide “instant-on, personalized, scalable, and effective fitness programs”.

126

A search engine for fashion companies to find clothes and accessories that go well together, cut for a specific body type, or are made with sustainable materials.

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A food delivery startup that wants to take on Uber Eats. The company is currently only available in Seattle and has $3 million in funding.

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A startup that promises to be able to show its customers how to save money by optimizing their home’s energy consumption.

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The startup makes on-demand cleaners available for home services, largely to help cities manage their waste. By putting the service in the hands of users, it helps cities cut costs and be more efficient.

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A company that provides software to enable “app-like” experiences for businesses in the medical sector

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A startup that lets people track their food from farm to table.

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A company that makes a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are like a high-end pair of AirPods, but with a subscription service to make them more affordable.

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A tool that lets software developers build and share reusable code snippets.

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A revenue sharing model for people who want to share their personal data with advertisers. By offering a monthly subscription, the company expects to earn revenue from those who feel most comfortable sharing their data.

109

A SaaS system that enables companies to create and maintain their own web pages, and use them as a single source of truth.

109

This company wants to build a platform that automatically adjusts the rate that your car consumes fuel based on a variety of variables (driving conditions, time of day, weather, etc.)

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This is a product-tracking app for restaurants, allowing them to track all their orders, send notifications to employees, and manage payments. It’s currently only available in the US but has recently secured seed funding.

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A platform for the distribution of affordable and affordable housing.

108

A company that makes it easier to create, manage, and scale sales data. The platform is designed for sales teams to collect data about their clients, and make it available to others in the company.

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The startup is building a platform that is able to recognize a set of facial expressions and, in real-time, translate them into emotions. It also translates any other language into emotions. The company promises to keep an eye on emotions in real-time, helping businesses avoid misunderstandings and improve customer service.

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A startup that makes a reusable and portable medical device that helps people keep their wounds clean

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This startup tries to make student loans more affordable for students by offering a low-risk version of student loans.

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A startup that is building a platform for training teachers in the US public school system. The startup wants to make school more attractive and profitable.

104

A startup that helps freelancers get paid up front, then moves that money to a business account if they don’t get enough gigs booked in a given period of time. Today it has paying customers in the US, UK, and Australia, and is profitable.

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A startup that wants to build a system that helps patients get more affordable, higher quality, and faster-acting healthcare. The startup is starting in the UK and Ireland.

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A maker of smartphones and tablets, the startup wants to sell its own operating system and make its own hardware.

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A B2B software product for companies that manage and maintain their IT and IT-enabled departments.

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A company that makes a customizable app to help employees manage their personal finances, with tools like a budgeting planner and a personal finance tracker.

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Idea: A new luxury travel brand that sells experiences like a cooking class in Marrakesh, a private beach in Bali, or a safari trip in Africa. The company is targeting high net worth travelers with up to $3 million in investable assets.

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A platform that enables content creators to create and share their own branded content, with revenue split with the creator.

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A cloud-based platform to enable people to easily run their own on-demand marketplaces. The startup is targeting people who sell products on eBay and Amazon.

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A digital insurance company that enables companies to offer health plans. It’s currently working with both employers and individuals.

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A software company that builds tools for companies that want to be able to measure employee productivity.

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A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program that provides customers with weekly deliveries of fresh produce and other items from local farmers. Customers pay for their weekly deliveries of local fruits and vegetables through a subscription model.

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A motorized, wearable device that can put you in touch with your employees when you’re away.

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A startup that provides a “free and sustainable” alternative to plastic bags

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A startup that helps people find a reliable plumber or other fix-it guy on the same day they need him

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A startup that helps users send money and pay bills at no cost. Currently only available in the UK

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A wearable sensor that helps detect motion and alert you when someone is approaching your home.

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A location-based service for couples, with an idea that couples should be able to have a regular time to meet each other.

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A company that connects high-quality and reliable dentists to patients, also offering a digital dental records service.

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Philadelphia is home to many notable media companies, including:

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A text-based platform for sharing your photos, videos, and location over the Internet. The company is building a social network for photography that they say will be able to support 3 billion photos by 2028.

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A wearable device that monitors your heart rate and breathing patterns to help treat sleep apnea.

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A platform that helps companies create custom, branded t-shirts, available to buy online and in-store.

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Trunkable wants to build a web-based home that can be rented as a vacation home.

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P2P platform that enables car owners to rent out their vehicles to others. The startup is looking to build a network of users that would rent out their cars when they are not using them.

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A startup that enables users to create a story about a short trip online, using photos and maps. The app has been in beta for two years now, and has over a million photos and videos.

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A dateable dating app, not unlike Bumble.

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A wearables startup that wants to help people run more efficiently and exercise better. It says its product is worn like a wristband and tracks things like steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, and sleep.

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Wearable sensors that help detect the presence of volatile gases in buildings.

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A “factory farming” startup that plans to take over the entire process of raising and slaughtering animals from the farm to the table.

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 A company that wants to make it easy for companies to monitor work performance and productivity through smart devices like phones and wearables.

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A group of MIT engineers are building a robot that will be able to remove contaminated oil spills from beaches.

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A startup that will enable lenders to offer small business loans online.

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A startup that allows your smartphone to operate as a wearable device that can track your movements, showing you how much exercise you’re getting.

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A “shareable” version of Microsoft Word, with a story, an audio component, and a visualization component.

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A way to make on-demand legal services more efficient and more affordable.

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A startup for pre-owned tablets.

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A system for visualizing all financial data for a company, and making it actionable.

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A startup that enables a group of people to share their carpools and public transportation with one another. It’s a bit of a meta application in that the startup is building an app to help companies integrate carpooling into their business models.

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A group of entrepreneurs who were tasked with building out the Internet of Things for the US government. The team is building a programmable thermostat, which they say will “change the way people live and work”.

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A digital platform that enables brands to create and manage campaigns for their customers.

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A startup that goes after the 5 million small businesses that have yet to accept payments online. Their vision is to be able to “complete, manage, and reimburse small business invoices”.

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A startup that sells laser-cut, customizable paper for planners, journals, planners, notebooks, and more

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A simple way to visualize statistics and make them actionable.

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Wheelchair-mounted fans to cool you down while you’re sitting in a wheelchair. The startup is among the first contestants into a new category for Kickstarter called “Mobility” that the company says is meant to help bring people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to take part in crowdfunding to the platform.

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A platform for online tutoring with a focus on helping teachers and parents out of school. Tutor-to-tutor videos are on-demand, and the startup is also working on a way to make the private video chats public and shareable.

95

A high-tech way to enable people to communicate with their doctors remotely. The company hopes to make that easier for everyone: patients, doctors, and caretakers.

94

A text message-based calendar that lets you schedule events and reminders, with a calendar interface. The app is available for iOS and Android

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A company that makes a printable device for measuring the distance between two objects. The product is a small, inexpensive laser point that can be attached to things like cell phones, cameras, and other devices.

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A location-based service that aims to bring the real-time chatter of restaurant reviews to the table. It’s targeting customers with $25 meals or more that don’t have a reservation.

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A startup that works with restaurants to provide them with the tools they need to “self-serve” their customers. The startup wants to make it easier and more profitable for restaurants to provide meal delivery.

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A free database of all consumer credit cards, available online and allowing users to search for cards, compare them, and see where they’re used.

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A new type of restaurant that delivers meals, but instead of ordering food online, you get to pick it up at a store. The app will be available in the next few months.

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A startup helping small businesses create their own, more profitable, online marketing campaigns. The company helps small businesses with organic content creation, on-page SEO, and paid advertising. It’s currently looking for top-level talent.

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A company that enables companies to build bot-enabled services and chatbots. The company already has a beta product, a chatbot for booking a server that runs on Amazon’s Alexa.

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A B2B company that helps businesses manage their email marketing. The company says they’re profitable and growing.

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A tool that helps brands looking to engage with influencers. The company claims to be able to find influencers in any niche, bringing them into a social network.

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The startup is building a platform for small businesses to manage sales, with a feature that enables customers to easily cancel orders that don’t meet their expectations.

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A phone app that lets consumers track their car and its maintenance. The startup is working on a new charging dock that will operate with a single cable, so consumers can charge their cars without having to worry about cables.

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A tablet organizer that aims to keep the iPad in sync with your desktop and other devices.

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A SaaS platform that helps companies manage their expense reports. It starts with a monthly subscription and then allows the user to create expense reports that are editable and searchable, with the option to export.

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A startup that enables companies to capitalize on the trend of people increasingly choosing to live with roommates, and helping them find roommates with their companies' benefits.

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A tool to help companies manage multiple workflows and processes for a single project. It’s available as a Chrome extension.

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A digital, searchable file of your medical records to make it easier for you to access information and keep all your records up to date.

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A Facebook-like app that lets anyone build and sell a mobile website. It’s a way for people who don’t build websites to earn money rather than create their own, and has a profitable model.

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a wearable device that plays video games

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A small, customizable device which records and analyzes what you do and how you move to help exercise optimally.

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A software company designed to make college affordable by allowing students to pay for it with credit.

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A tool for creating and editing charts from Python or MATLAB. Charts is a Python library for creating and editing charts, with an API for creating and editing charts in MATLAB. Charts is available on the Python Package Index and on GitHub.

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The startup behind Pachube has expanded into the market for connected devices that allow users to collect and share data. The company has launched two other products since the acquisition: the Pachube Watch, which is a customizable wristband that can be paired with smart devices to collect fitness data and share data with other devices, and the Pachube Photo, which is a way for users to capture and share their photos with other users.

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An online marketplace that connects manufacturers with large-scale distributors. The marketplace is built on the idea that there are many manufacturing companies that want to do business with large companies, but are unable to do so because of their small size.

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A more affordable alternative to the Fitbit fitness tracker.

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A SaaS platform that helps IT teams automatically create a repeatable, secure, and reliable infrastructure for IoT/edge devices.

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This startup is building tools to enable communication between teams and individuals across companies, using a unified interface.

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A software company that makes managing a large number of Twitter accounts easier. The startup has been able to grow its customer base at a rate of 50% per month, and has built a $2 million annual recurring revenue business.

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A company that’s built a software platform to translate a user’s text into a computer-readable language. It’s already in use by several Fortune 500 companies.

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A new app for cheap, reliable rides.

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 A company that helps employers and employees manage insurance plans. Their software allows the employer to manage a healthcare plan in a more centralized manner with less paperwork, and provides employees with a more affordable option to access healthcare.

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A platform that enables online businesses to easily take payments with a credit card.

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A tool that enables users to automatically draft and share social media posts

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A software company that helps advocates for the homeless, veterans, and other vulnerable populations track the status of their cases with the government.

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A startup that claims to be able to help businesses with their mobile IT needs.

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A portfolio of music and lecture channels that are available for 24/7 streaming.

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A tool to enable employers to create and manage their podcasts. The company is taking a very dry subject and making it fun, like “How to be a great manager”

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A wearable device that tracks running and biking data and can communicate with a smartphone app. The startup wants to make it easy to get new workouts and track progress without having to purchase a wearable or smartphone apps.

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A startup that is building an alternative repository to Airbnb for people to find rentable resources This includes everything from homes to lawn mowers, from the startup’s own website

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A startup that helps people find affordable health care services. The startup also offers a service that helps people who need a doctor find one via a map.

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This is a loyalty platform for businesses, with a twist: users only get points for small purchases. The company claims it’s already profitable.

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A platform that enables people to buy and sell things like furniture, cars, and apartments, and rent out unused rooms. Borrowers can use the platform’s software to manage the loan, and borrowers can access the property remotely. The platform is currently focused on the UK.

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This startup is building an app to help people with mental illness manage their health. The app aims to make mental health care more accessible and affordable.

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Idea : A mobile app that enables people to quickly book and pay for their parking tickets in the UK.

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A new way of paying for groceries using a credit card, with the goal of helping people make healthier, more affordable choices.

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A company building a platform to enable "goodwill-driven" giving by connecting donors to nonprofits

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This is a startup that wants to help people “build on top of the internet,” with a platform that enables anyone to publish products and content at scale.

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A startup that helps people find the best, most reliable care for themselves and their loved ones. The company is looking to partner with employers and large patient-specific care providers to improve the quality of care, while also being a resource for medical professionals.

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The first wearable fitness tracking device that’s a 25% slimmer than Apple Watch, with a rotating bezel.

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Currently focused on the UK, a B2B company that enables people to borrow money from their employer via a payroll deduction. It charges 1% interest for up to 12 months, and the company keeps 2% of the loan amount.

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A company that makes and sells an “unhackable” router. It’s free if users agree to a one-time data security checkup.

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A platform that enables users to buy and sell their unused iPhone parts.

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A company trying to bring together auto repair information from different sources into a single, searchable place.

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Two founders left YC to build a $10 per month service to help food delivery services become more cost effective and more like an on-demand service. It’s available in a few cities in the US, and it’s simple: a “geofenced” area with a few delivery zones that are cheaper than a full city block.

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A tool for modeling and simulating the physical behavior of interaction with a product, with a focus on wearables. The startups aims to allow customers to model wearables in a way that’s more intuitive than the current alternatives

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“A new type of data marketplace, we are creating a marketplace where you can buy and sell your data. Everything from your browsing history to your location data, and from your health data to your social media data. We are building a data marketplace that enables you to monetize your data.”

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A platform that helps people create a more profitable business by helping them get more data and improve their marketing.

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A platform that helps restaurants provide better service while still being able to spend less on labor.

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A startup that makes a product called “The Wig”, a wearable device that can tell you if you have a fever or not by reading your face

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A company that pairs with local taxi drivers to make group rides more affordable.

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A startup that uses AI to automate the process of scheduling, tracking and managing meetings. Their software is available on the market, with customers including the US Department of Defense, Coca-Cola and Walmart.

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A food delivery service that will allow its customers to order their own vegetables, rice, and protein and have it delivered directly to their door.

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A virtual reality startup that enables “hyper-local beer tasting”.

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A consumer-facing platform that enables publishers to curate content for users with the goal of increasing interaction with content and driving more revenue for publishers.

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A messaging app for urbanites in India, where the government has banned SMS and WhatsApp, and SMS is often unreliable.

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The company’s first product is a suite of LED bulbs that can be controlled via a smartphone app. The bulbs are built with a Wi-Fi enabled hub and have a built-in motion sensor allowing the user to turn the light on and off, dim, or change its color.

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A platform for developers to build chatbots on. The startup enables developers to build software that can mimic human conversations.

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A startup that helps people get paid for their time. By giving users the ability to keep track of their time in the app and being able to check off of it in real-time, the business aims to help users be able to make better money while they’re on the job.

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A company that sells “the world’s first wearable data science platform”.

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The company's app is designed to help consumers monitor the health of their finances, including credit scores, debt and income. The application, which is in beta, is available for Android and Apple iOS smartphones.

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A platform that helps small business owners in India use their app to accept payments, and enables customers to pay with a couple of taps.

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A tool to help companies manage their supply chains more efficiently, with an added focus on the green products that they’re able to source.

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A solution for the unstable relationship between digital ad buying and the media buying process.

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A platform that enables users to customize their phones with accessories like stands and cases.

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This is a “tech-for-good” project that wants to build a marketplace where people can donate their old smartphones and tablets to be refurbished and repurposed into solar-powered lights for developing countries.

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A platform that enables local retailers to accept payments from shoppers using mobile phones.

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A travel management system for businesses, which enables them to book travel for clients and manage that travel, including meal preferences.

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A startup that powers the internet of things by allowing any connected device to be programmable for voice control, whether that be a home security system or a self-driving car.

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The startup is building a system that lets restaurant operators do inventory management automatically, which is difficult because of the high number of variables involved in managing inventory, from the type of food to how it’s portioned and stored.

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A different kind of charging station for electric vehicles, focusing on the home. Rather than wirelessly charging vehicles, the startup's stations are stationary and have a separate charging port for plugging in phones and tablets.

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A way to get more data from your marketing toolset, and make it more actionable.

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A mobile app that helps restaurants with inventory management. The app’s software syncs with a customer’s phone to check if a product is available and to notify the restaurant of changes in the status of the product.

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A startup that promises to improve the reliability of your WiFi, by giving you a constant connection to the internet even when you’re in an area with weak signals. The idea is pretty simple — by bouncing a signal off of a cell tower, the startup is able to provide a stronger signal to the device. At the moment, it’s in a sort of alpha stage — the company will be launching a Kickstarter in early 2016 to help fund a smartphone app, which will then be released for the general public.

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A startup that lets you send money to your friends at scale, through a simple mobile interface. The startup wants to use data from users to build a better product, and it’s currently only available for iOS.

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Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have all become computers. This startup wants to make the home a computer. The company is based in San Francisco. The company’s name comes from the idea that a home computer is the center of the home.

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An artificial intelligence-powered system that lets businesses see how their employees are performing. The underlying AI platform is able to understand the inner-workings of a company. The company recently closed a $4 million Series A funding.

85

This startup is building a messaging app that’s encrypted and searchable by insiders only.

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An iOS app that helps people schedule and manage tasks. It’s available on the App Store and also through the website.

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A startup focused on offering a new way for people to get around. The company is focused on making public transit faster, more reliable, and more accessible, and it wants to do that by buying out bus companies and running them as its own private transportation network.

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A Chinese-American startup that’s building an app that makes it easier to pay for things online. The app is in private beta and is already available in Shanghai, Shanghai and other parts of China.

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A wearable that tracks when you’re thirsty, and provides an alert when you’re close to a water bottle so you don’t have to keep looking for it.

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A company that will allow you to stream your favorite TV show to any TV device in your house. The company is building a platform to stream video from any streaming platform to any device, including TVs, computers, game consoles, mobile phones, tablets, and anything else that can play video.

85

A bulletproof pool-table cover for pool tables, which is designed to protect the table from balls.

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A design company building a more sustainable way to build better building

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A food delivery service that takes a cut of each order. The startup’s delivery partners are close to becoming available in Brooklyn, with plans to expand to a dozen more by the end of the year. The startup charges a 20% delivery fee.

85

An Uber-like app that helps people find reliable childcare. The startup is based in San Francisco and already has hundreds of parents on its waitlist.

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A company that advises startups on how to manage their money in a way that’s profitable and that also benefits their employees.

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A startup that helps people track the money they’re spending online, including all their subscriptions and subscriptions to services like Netflix. The startup’s co-founder said it’s been profitable in the past year.

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Bizion is a network of companies that provide more than $1 million in annual revenue. Bizion enables companies to have a single point of contact for funding (usually a bank) for their entire business, saving a lot of time and money.

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A company that takes a subscription-based model for health insurance, and looks to make it as affordable as possible. The startup is also looking to launch in January.

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A startup that builds out self-service enterprise-grade analytics for businesses. FastForward provides tools for a profitable, high-volume marketing campaign.

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This startup is building software for people who aren’t online. It’s not just for the elderly, but for people who aren’t comfortable with the internet, or don’t have access.

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A way to hook up with a freelance designer for in-house design, build a site, and then manage it all from one app. The company says it has $6 million in funding and has been profitable since 2014.

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A tool for building, managing, and deploying custom web applications, available on a free tier.

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A digital version of the notebook and sketchbook you’d use to take your drawing class. The startup wants to bring digital sketching to the iPad, Android tablets, and other mobile devices.

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A platform that enables people to interact with their favorite brands through video. The startup’s founders say they have 40,000+ customers for the product.

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A video-sharing platform that allows users to create their own videos, share them and get paid for them. The site is currently available in the UK and Australia and has more than 1 million users.

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This app helps people find parking spots in downtown areas and is available in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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A platform that uses machine learning to create customizable Google authentication for access to services, using the logins of all your Google accounts.

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A tool that allows people to register for events, including those who are not currently able to attend. Like Meetup, it’s meant to help people find and attend events both in person and online.

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An online tool for the restaurant industry that enables companies to manage inventory, control orders, and order supplies from a single dashboard.

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A digital personal assistant app that helps users build a list of people and things they want to do. The startup wants to use the platform to build customizable travel itineraries.

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A startup that sells local marketplaces for food, alcohol, and other goods to consumers. It’s been in the works for over a year, though they haven’t yet been able to launch their app.

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This company builds apps for the Lockbox app, a lockbox service that lets people store valuables in a secure location.

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A startup that sells the first commercial drone to have a consumer version available, with a price tag of $1,000. The drone is made for those who want to experiment with aerial photography and videography.

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A platform for companies to sell and manage their employee vacation time, incentivizing employees to take it when they’re able.

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Loose talk among friends and coworkers about work and life. You can learn a lot about people by what they’re discussing, and what they’re saying is more than just idle chatter. This startup wants to make that sort of content available to employers and HR departments.

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A startup that wants to be a digital platform that helps clients navigate the tax benefits of charitable donations. The startup is building an app that works with local charities and nonprofits that helps donors navigate the complexities of taxation. After its successful Kickstarter campaign, the startup raised $248,000 from angel investors.

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A company that helps people fulfill sustainability goals by helping them save money and time on their purchases. There’s a lot of buzz in the sustainability space about the idea that the more sustainable you are, the more money you save.

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The startup is building digital signage for companies to let their employees know when tasks need to be completed, and will also allow them to use it to let customers know when they have stock available.

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A tool that analyzes your email inbox and categorizes messages into actionable buckets, allowing your inbox to be more productive and your inbox management to be more effective.

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A startup that helps people track their workouts and plan healthy meals. The startup is focused on helping people who are healthy and want to keep it that way, and the company says that because the company’s algorithms are based on historical exercise data, it’s able to identify trends that are more accurate than what a person might individually determine for themselves.

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A startup that helps you find the cheapest places to go in the US (60,000 restaurants, 2,500 hotels, and 2,500 attractions) and then helps you price-compare them. The startup is profitable and has 75,000 users, and is profitable again after a $2 million round in late 2019.

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A software company that helps insurance auto brokers become more profitable by streamlining their claims processes. They’re aiming to reach $2.5 million in revenue in the first year.

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A startup that allows you to create an “Airbnb for Food”, allowing you to find and discover local restaurants that also allow you to book tables in advance. The company says it has already helped to book a hundred tables in New York City.

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A laundry detergent that provides all the benefits of dry-cleaning, in a low-water, low-energy, biodegradable form.

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A SaaS platform that helps businesses manage their accounts receivable and payables. The company works with clients like Microsoft and Infosys.

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A restaurant-booking app that pairs with your favorite restaurant so you can just look at the menu and book a table. The company has raised $1.3M to date.

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A startup that enables anyone to create a micro-site and sell it for $10 a month.

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A digital product that detects, tracks, and pays a user’s monthly rent payments. Due to rent laws, a tenant in many areas may not legally be able to sign for a check until it’s been deposited. By the time they can, the landlord has already moved on to the next tenant, which means the tenant may have to pay the holdback fee.

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A startup that enables businesses to create a custom work product for their employees. The company has only run early stage trials, but has already attracted more than $3 million in funding from investors like 500 Startups.

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A platform for software developers to be able to build and test mobile apps and websites with ease. In a press release, the company said that its technology was “designed to reduce the time and cost of development for mobile applications.”

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Changing the way companies find and hire talent. Based in London, the startup is building software meant to give companies a better idea of who’s available that can make them more open to hiring candidates. They have a large set of clients in the UK.

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A sports mobile app that enables users to track their fitness, schedule training sessions, and sync with their coaches.

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A mini-storage startup that rents out small lockers, intended to be a more affordable alternative to larger storage units.

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 A company that looks to make shared apartments more profitable, both for landlords and renters.

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The startup is building a tool to help startups get more visibility into their customers. The startup wants to use data to build a “scalable dashboard” that allows small and medium sized businesses to see all their social media data in one place.

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A platform to enable a “smart pool”. The startup is building technology that allows for robotic pool maintenance so pool owners don’t have to spend hours performing maintenance tasks.

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A platform to help people find and book affordable dental work. Currently focused in the UK and US.

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A company that helps companies achieve sustainability in the workplace by encouraging sustainable procurement and waste management.

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Like Uber, this startup gamifies the concept of a taxi ride, with the user playing a dispatcher for a network of taxis. The app helps users find the closest taxis using data from Yelp and OpenTable.

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A startup that makes crockpot meals. Crockpot enables users to pre-order a custom meal from a variety of restaurants and have it delivered. It’s currently in the test phase, and looking to raise a seed round to grow and launch.

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A startup that is working on an injectable drug that will help heal damaged nerve fibers. They’re working on a treatment for a degenerative disorder called Charcot-Marie-Tooth, which is caused by damage to the peripheral nerves.

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A hosting company that offers affordable hosting

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According to a report by TechCrunch, the San Francisco based coworking space, WeWork, is looking to raise another round of investments at a valuation of $8 billion. WeWork has been growing rapidly, and has been a major success in the US. However, the multi-billion-dollar valuation has not been met by the pace of growth, and many question how sustainable it will be.

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A B2B company that helps companies manage their supply chain operations more efficiently by streamlining it into a single network of vendors. The company helps companies manage and keep track of invoices, payments, accounts receivable, and accounts payable.

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A renewable energy startup that helps entrepreneurs build solar projects. The company says it installed over 2 megawatts last year and has plans to install more this year.

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A platform to make insurance more affordable and simple for independent agents

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A tool for searching and accessing email accounts. The company wants to be a “Google for email”, with users able to connect email accounts from different providers.

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A startup that provides a service to help people find less expensive alternatives to their cable package

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A startup that make a tool that allows you to make your home automation system available on the open web

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A company that makes a 2D-printable prosthetic for people who need one

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A wearable that helps you find the best places to park during a trip to the grocery store.

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A company that makes biodegradable water bottles. The startup wants to build a business around breaking a water bottle back down into its water-carbon components.

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An online photo editing platform, also available on iOS and Android, which is meant to be used by people with no experience in photography to be able to add various effects to photos.

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An AI powered work scheduling app for HR managers, telling them who is available and what their availability is like.

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A startup that creates a marketplace for companies to outsource their recruiting to on-demand recruiters, with the promise of matching candidates to available jobs within a week

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This is a SaaS platform that helps companies manage their “data lake”, or data that’s not readily available to analysts. The company raised $2.1 million in seed funding.

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The event was sponsored by Submittable, and all conference participants received a free Submittable account.

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A software platform that enables the sharing of carpooling services based on income levels, creating a price that includes how much it costs to get to work, how much your coworkers are willing to pay, and how much you’re willing to pay.

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This startup wants to build a customizable, flexible, and affordable credit score.

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A platform that enables fans to interact with players and teams to better understand their interests. The startup is currently in a partnership with the NBA; it’s also in a partnership with the A’s to help fans in the Bay Area get better access to the team.

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Fitness-tracking software that ties into a wearable device. It tracks your workouts and can get your fitness data into your fitness app or website.

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A startup that produces renewable energy and products from biomass.

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A software company that allows businesses to manage their inventory by tracking products on a digital platform. The company wants to make it easier to determine the most profitable products to stock, based on demand, and to manage inventory.

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A startup that aims to deliver affordable, high-quality storage to the home. The company is focusing on a particular vertical, which is a new one.

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A parking app that matches drivers with parking spaces based on availability, demand, and proximity to events. In this case, it’s a pop-up that shows up in the app when there’s a space available, whether that be in a lot or garage.

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A platform that enables big businesses to automate their customer service, using AI and ML to predict customer satisfaction and easy ways to solve customer problems.

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The startup aims to solve the problem of the “job-hopping” millennial who wants to be able to get a new job without having to quit and wait for the old one to be filled.

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In the past year, there have been a few notable exits from Indian startups and their founders. Vani Kola, co-founder of Zomato, sold her company to local rival Swiggy for an estimated $50 million.

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A startup that enables people to join online discussions from anywhere, even when they’re offline

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A platform that enables companies to talk to their customers in a more natural and personal way.

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A B2B company that helps companies understand their supply chain data and make it actionable.

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A company that sells “smart contracts”. The idea is that Smart Contracts are more efficient and reliable than the current “Oracles” that are used to execute contracts.

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A startup that wants to make it easier for employees to work remotely. The company is testing with small and medium sized businesses, and says it’ll be available for everyone in 2020

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This startup is building a tool that allows companies to build a shareable video about their business. Users can clip the video and share it on social media, and companies can see how many views it generates.

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A startup that helps customers book restaurant tables, with a check-in and payment feature. It’s the first startup in India working on a restaurant booking app.

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A platform that helps people find the best way to pay for medical care. The startup’s mission is to make healthcare more affordable in the US and in Europe.

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A startup that helps companies adjust their business operations to be more profitable, with a focus on "lean operations" that can optimize use of resources and improve efficiency.

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This company is building an app called “MyBeds” for homeowners to create a “bespoke bedroom” for their home. The app lets you create a “dream room” from a set of customizable, curated items.

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A startup that sells a “customizable, open-source video doorbell”.

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The startup wants to create a platform for “inclusive, scalable, and affordable” virtual reality training.

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An online network for women to share advice with each other and access peer support. The startup is trying to build a community that helps women keep each other accountable, and tells them when they’re in a rut and need to make a change.

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A technology company that takes photo and video content, and makes it into a product that can be resold as an image or video stock. They’re also developing a platform to enable photo and video creatives to get paid for their work

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A startup that wants to build a “green” power plant designed to burn trash. They want to build sustainable power plants, using waste as fuel, and keeping energy costs low.

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A startup that provides the infrastructure “to build and scale simple, automated, and scalable apps built on top of the open source Git version control system.”

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A startup that wants to be the first-mover in creating a new class of wearable computing technology. The company wants to make wearable technology that’s more comfortable, fashionable, and unconstrained.

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“A premium app store with an emphasis on quality,” aiming to have a “curated selection of apps” that are not available anywhere else.

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A startup to help students get the most relevant and affordable loans from the US government.

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A platform for lending and borrowing money with a goal of reaching 1 million borrowers. Users will be able to search for and compare loans online.

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A platform that allows landlords to manage their rental units, connecting them to homebuyers and letting agents. The pitch is that it gives landlords a new way to run their business, helping them collect rent and keep track of their properties. It’s available in the UK and Australia at the moment, although they’re looking to expand internationally.

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A startup that provides a service where you can purchase a gift card that is redeemable for a 1 hour tech support phone call

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A startup that develops wearable technology for runners. The company is selling a smartwatch that tracks things like pace, distance, and calories burned.

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One of the original investors in OpenTable raised a $1 million seed round to help “Bring the magic back to the restaurant industry.”

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This startup is building a tool that helps restaurants manage the costs of delivery, predicting when customers will order and then using predictive analytics to ensure food is available when they need it.

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A digital assistant to teach people how to use their phones, helping people become more comfortable with their devices.

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A mobile app that helps people plan their trip to see the world’s best art. The app comes with a network of over 1,000 locations of art museums and galleries from around the world. The startup is profitable.

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This is a company that helps companies connect with their customers to better understand their needs and market to them. Clues is looking to provide companies with a new way to engage with customers that goes beyond traditional marketing. It’s a platform that allows companies to create a “Stitchable”, a custom product and experience that is all about a customer.

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The company, founded by two former Facebook engineers, is building a way to take existing and upcoming blockchains and enable them to be built and used easily across different platforms.

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A startup that wants to make it easier for people to “write” music. The startup is building a music editing app that takes your tracks and makes them more palatable for radio and podcasts.

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A startup that does not currently exist for which you will build a minimum viable product, market it, and repeat the cycle to get to product/market fit

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This startup helps people track the status of their favorite charitable causes. They helped raise $50,000 from the Center for Global Development and the Connected Ventures Fund in NYC.

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The company is building a tool for makers to test their products, with the goal of making failure less painful and more predictable.

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A startup that’s building a personal assistant for people across the world, and has conducted interviews with over 100 individuals for the role. The company wants to build a team that’s available 24/7 in every part of the world.

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A platform for selling, buying, and shipping drugs online. The startup is now profitable and has a $2.5 million round of funding.

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A maker of software to help create and organize personas for online marketing. It’s currently available for free, though the founders are looking to go premium.

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An iOS app and web-based service that helps people find the best deals on headphones, portable speakers, and more.

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A solar panel that is cheap, durable, and highly efficient.

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A company that combines a wearables platform, a wearable device, and a smartphone app to improve the health of its users.

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A company that provides “a complex API that enables companies to identify the right type of person for a job”, based on digital data. It currently has $1.6 million in the bank.

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A digital assistant for Real Estate Agents. The startup’s reasoning is that online agents are more popular than in-person agents, but the latter are still more profitable.

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A healthy, fast, and affordable way to get food delivered. It’s a millennial company, with the founders calling themselves a “health-food lifestyle brand”.

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A tool that will allow marketers to connect with journalists to report stories with the ability to collaborate on the story’s delivery. The company wants to be a go-between that can provide access to journalists in order to make the story more valuable.

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This startup aims to make a hiring tool that is “instantly accessible and easy to use” that can “make every hire the right hire”. They have 1,000 happy customers and are profitable.

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A veritable “central command center for your business”, which allows you to purchase new products, manage your inventory, and more. It’s like Amazon’s Dash button for your business.

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This is a company building a platform where an existing customer can find and hire a contractor to repair or remodel a specific item in their home. It’s a marketplace for homeowners looking to hire contractors, and the startup is profitable.

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A solution for the $4 trillion global oil market where producers don’t have reliable inventories and retailers don’t have a clear picture of demand or low prices. Oil can be stored in underground tanks and is more valuable if it’s in the right place. Oil Tracker aims to connect all the different stakeholders in the oil market.

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This networking platform enables real-time communication, collaboration and creation of new products.

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A startup that wants to enable connectivity to the Internet in the remotest parts of the world. The company wants to bring affordable Internet to the world’s most remote places.

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The company is centered around a new product called the “Activity Tracker”, which is actually a wristband with sensors that measure the wearer’s activity throughout the day. The wristband communicates with a phone that then records the data on the app. The data can then be synced with a HealthKit-enabled app for tracking progress.

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A platform for small businesses to manage marketing and sales, enabling them to make more profitable sales and grow their customer base.

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A wearable that will track activity and sleep habits, and then report them to you on your wrist. The startup wants to create a device that can complete a full-body fitness test that can be used with other devices.

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Focused on improving the user experience of people who travel internationally. The company brings together a private messaging platform for travelers with a photo-sharing feature. The company is in the testing phase and will be available in the U.S. and Europe.

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The company’s goal is to create a cloud-based service that’s cheaper, more secure, and more scalable than Dropbox, Box, and other cloud storage companies.

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A startup focused on making home security more affordable and accessible. The company has raised $5 million from investors including General Catalyst, T. Rowe Price, and others.

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A tool that enables anyone to set up a crowdfunding campaign for their startup or product.

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A tool that allows employees to manage their expenses so they can take accounting to the next level (and hold their bosses accountable for it). The team has raised $500,000 in seed funding and is based in NYC.

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A platform for online learning, with tutoring and mentoring services. The startup is behind the new iPad app, which they say “enables teachers and students to practice and learn in real time from each other, with the help of a learning coach.”

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A startup that aims to simplify the creation of email marketing campaigns. A typical campaign might include dozens of email addresses, personalization, and a list of recipients. The startup empowers marketers to create a single email campaign, and include as many personalized variables as they want.

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A startup that enables doctors to treat patients with diabetes by prescribing them low-cost glucose-monitoring devices. The startup is partnered with the American Diabetes Association and has already provided over 10,000 glucose monitoring devices to patients in the US.

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A company that helps companies build software infrastructure that allows them to handle three types of data (user, table, and document) in a single data source. It’s currently being used by a large multinational company that has 7500+ employees.

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A platform for selling and buying things on your phone, similar to eBay and Craigslist, but with more personalization and a focus on local finds. In beta as of July, the company is not yet profitable, but has already signed up over 500 beta testers.

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A company that’s building a software product that enables people to rent out their spare bedrooms to travelers through a website.

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An online translation service that enables online support and communication with patients. Pronix has raised over $4 million to date and has clients in the UK, Canada, and the US.

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A fitness tracking device that’s been downloaded over 3 million times, has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on the App Store, and was sold to Apple. It’s been used by over 60 million people and is now the best-selling fitness tracker on the market. It’s profitable and has a $300 million valuation.

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Making customer data more actionable through simple, tangible interfaces.

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A startup that helps small businesses market to homebuyers. Their product is a “premier content marketing platform” that utilizes detailed data about a dozen variables, including income, credit score, and the type of property they’re looking for.

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A platform that helps developers get paid in cryptocurrency. The company also wants to tackle the problem of freelancers not being able to get paid in cryptocurrency. The company currently has 10 employees and has raised $500,000 in seed funding.

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A payment technology company that works with online retailers and e-commerce platforms. The startup uses blockchain technology to enable payments between the retailer and the customer. It has been featured on the “top 10 under-the-radar blockchain startups” from CB Insights.

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A B2B marketplace where big companies can hire sub-contracted workers for under-the-table projects.

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A company that helps hot dog vendors in New York City sell their hot dogs by linking them to their Instagram accounts. It’s meant to make the process of selling hot dogs more efficient and profitable.

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A digital payments platform for small business owners that enables them to take payments in person, over email, or via mobile. It’s currently in private beta but plans to launch publicly next year.

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A micro-payment platform for small businesses and freelancers. The startup is building a platform that enables small businesses and freelancers to accept micropayments via PayPal or their own branded payment processor.

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A way to help fast food restaurants manage the waste they produce in their kitchens and on their premises. For every burger they’re able to cut, the startup is able to feed a human in need.

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A software company that partners with restaurants to provide delivery and catering services. The startup has signed up more than 3,000 restaurants and is profitable.

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A new startup that wants to build a “super-headset” with a built-in Spotify subscription. The headset will be a hit with music fans who want to buy the current, highly-rated Apple Beats headphones but want something a bit more fashionable and portable.

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A tool that helps journalists find the best pictures to illustrate articles. Users are currently able to search and sort through thousands of images in less than a minute.

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A platform that connects lenders to people who have bad credit to pay loans back on time. The company’s cofounder, David Leon, says the company is profitable, has more than $1.3 million in loans, and has been servicing loans for over a year.

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A startup that is building out a system to help people invest in both the stock market and their own homes, with a goal of making investing affordable for everyone.

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A platform that enables salespeople to better manage their pipeline of opportunities, getting better results and making more money.

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A tool that provides a series of smart defaults for a wiki, like a suggested table of contents.

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A tool that helps small businesses manage their shipping and inventory via an app, with the startup saying they’re profitable. The company has a 1-person team and has raised $10,000.

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A company that helps athletes and other team members make sense of their training data. The startup was founded in November and is currently available in San Francisco, New York City, and Boston.

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A web-based video platform for providing short-form, on-demand “how to” guides for small businesses. The idea is that users can subscribe to specific topics, such as ‘how to sell on eBay’ and then be notified when a new video is available.

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A company that markets and sells “performance” clothing for men. The startup is trying to make sure that the clothes it sells are comfortable and high quality.

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A company that helps you track, manage, and pay for your cable and internet bill.

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This startup wants to make the world’s most durable tablet, one that can withstand a drop from a boat in the ocean, or a puddle of coffee.

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A machine learning tool that helps companies assess which employees are most likely to be able to transfer to a new job.

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A product management platform built for companies to be able to manage product proposals in a collaborative, efficient way.

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The startup has built a platform that makes it easy for libraries to provide free Wi-Fi to their patrons. The app is available for use in libraries nationwide and charges a 6% fee for the service.

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A wearable company that makes a product called a ‘halo’ that is a jacket and a hat for your dog and monitor its health

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A way to measure and report on a person’s location and movements in real-time, without requiring a wearable device.

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A startup that provides a service to help people in their 60s and over find quality, affordable day care for their grandchildren

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A startup that creates a new kind of smart home audio experience Their idea is to create a “high quality, yet affordable, audio experience”

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A platform that enables customers to rate and review their favorite stores. The startup uses a crowdsourced model to encourage customer feedback and use it to guide the company’s product development.

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A smart app that keeps track of your health and wellness. The startup is working on a sensor that can be attached to a band or other wearable device and track vitals like heart rate, body temperature, and more.

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A startup that wants to help organizations build better customer service experiences. The startup builds artificial intelligence to help organizations capture customer insights with its software. It claims to be able to predict customer service issues by scanning a customer’s social media activity.

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A next-generation restaurant delivery app that allows users to order food, track it and pay, all through a mobile app. What They Deliver is putting a new business model on the table to help restaurant owners grow their companies.

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Social networking for farmers. Farmline’s pitch is that as farmers grow and share more info about their crops, they’ll be able to reap more benefits from the same share.

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A new kind of restaurant reservation platform that works across telephone, mobile, and web. The company says it’s building a “digital concierge” that can quickly answer questions on the fly and will be available in 6 languages.

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A company that makes it easier for developers to build apps for every device they can imagine: phone, tablet, tv, car, etc. The business is bootstrapped and has had a $1.3M in seed funding.

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A startup that builds a new kind of chair, with the goal of being the first chair in the world to help with back pain and to be completely customizable.

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Bots that make the complex work of managing a home remodeling project more manageable. The company is working with HVAC contractors and property managers to aggregate data from hundreds of homes to help them do a better job of forecasting and managing their projects.

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The startup wants to build a “third-party insurance-for-everyone” platform that offers affordable health insurance. The startup has already built a network that serves around 200,000 people in the US and has raised $3.5 million.

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 A software company that helps businesses and foundations manage their contributions to charitable causes. The company wants to be the “Yahoo of charity”.

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A digital assistant that helps you complete tasks, like finding a restaurant, booking a table, or helping with a reservation. The assistant is currently only available in the US, but the company wants to expand to more countries.

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Arist is a cloud-based project management and accounting tool that helps small teams manage projects and budget. Arist is a free plan with paid options that offers more features. Arist is available on the App Store, Google Play, and the Arist website.

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The startup plans to help employees manage their travel expenses online and keep track of reimbursable expenses.

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A paid content platform for YouTube channels that enables content creators to generate revenue from their efforts.

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A private market place for the sale of artificial intelligence-enabled services.

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A tool that can be used to create “mini apps” that can be used to run tiny tasks on a business’s phone, like taking a picture with a tablet, or looking up a restaurant’s location.

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A software company that allows people to collect and use data to better manage their health. It’s building a “smart” wearable device that can track your health and send a report to a doctor.

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A software company building a “search engine for financial markets” that enables investors to find the best stocks to buy and sell.

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A product that helps people manage their health and fitness goals by aggregating data from wearable devices.

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A way to create a spreadsheet that’s machine-readable. The startup is building a way to read spreadsheets without needing to know the syntax of formulas.

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The startup wants to create a one-stop-shop for all of your Facebook ads needs. The startup is currently only available to marketing executives.

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A messaging service for companies to send and receive messages without requiring employees to have smartphones. The company is working on a product that will work with existing hardware, like a tablet.

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A tool that delivers content based on the interests of users. The startup has built a platform where users are able to express their interests, and then receive content that is tailored to their tastes.

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A personal assistant that helps you pack a suitcase. Users can use the app to create a packing list and the app will suggest items based on where you’re traveling and which items are available at your destination.

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A startup that matches employers with employees that are looking to work from home. The startup is currently in beta mode and is available for use on the iOS version of the app.

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A startup that brings the “higher education experience” to students by connecting them with tutors. Notable alumni include Sarah Lawrence College, Harvard, and the University of Michigan.

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A health insurance company built for small businesses. It’s a “flexible, affordable, and transparent platform by which businesses can get coverage for in-house doctors and nurses.”

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These compostable cups are meant to help coffee shops reduce their packaging waste. They can be full of coffee or tea or soup and you can recycle them, but they don’t break down in landfills.

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The company wants to make negotiating harder than it already is by providing a simple, searchable interface for employees to search the market for best deals on everything from Amazon Prime subscriptions to a new suit.

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A chatbot that integrates with your email and helps you manage your inbox. The chatbot is designed to be able to answer questions about email and work.

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This startup wants to bring a more collaborative approach to online education. Classcraft is building a platform where you can teach someone programming, where you’re accountable to them.

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A way to make paying taxes easier, with a tool that lets you pay your taxes in a way that’s more efficient than the IRS’ online tools. The startup also wants to make the tax process more predictable and transparent by providing a taxpayer’s tax form for every state, and giving an estimate of what the liability is.

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A startup that helps you choose, prepare, and deliver food for people who are ill, elderly, or disabled

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It’s not uncommon for someone to wake up with a hangover, but it’s often a hassle to find something to drink that doesn’t taste gross. The startup wants to make sure there is always a drinkable alternative to the morning-after-party staple, water.

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A computer vision startup that wants to use machine learning and image recognition to make product photos more complete. The startup says their technology can improve the accuracy of product photos 40% with claims to be able to identify colors, shapes and other features of products.

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A C2C marketplace for buying and selling used furniture. There’s a big market for people looking to buy used furniture but no good way to find them. The startup’s website shows a few beautiful tables and chairs, but the bulk of the site features the items for sale.

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A platform that helps people find and book the best available gym memberships, and better manage their fitness routine.

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A startup that is an online store that sells wedding accessories (IE People can buy wedding buntings, table decorations, etc)

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A startup that helps people to design, build and test their prototypes online Users will be able to share their prototypes with friends or partners

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A suite of tools for visualizing, sharing, storing, and analyzing technical data in the field. It’s built to work with multiple data sources, and output is easily readable for the end user.

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A process control startup that enables companies to monitor and control processes that don’t have sensors. It’s a more accurate way of gauging process performance than the traditional approach of sending a technician to the site.

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A software company that provides a platform to allow employees to submit professional development suggestions that are then implemented as part of a company’s onboarding process. The startup has signed on 5 companies and is profitable.

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This startup is building an API for onboarding third party software into different companies’ workflows. The platform is currently available to customers in four industries.

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A tool to help people create easily sharable images, using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Because of the way the attention economy works, every one of your images is worth more to someone else than to you.

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A company that makes a comprehensive, searchable database of the world’s universities.

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A company that provides an API for businesses to be able to sell custom branded cryptocurrency gift cards to their customers. They say their customers include Whole Foods, Sephora, Target, and other major retailers.

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Koku is a tool for people to build their own subscription-based service. Koku is meant to be a one-stop shop for all of a person’s subscription needs, with a toolset designed for ease of use. The startup is a Y Combinator company, and has over 200,000 users and is profitable.

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A business plan for a startup is like a sales pitch. It’s vague. It’s hard to see its potential. And it’s hard to know if it’s worth checking out. So many founders miss out on the chance to grow their business because they don’t have this thing called a business plan that explains how they’ll do it. The goal of this startup is to make it easy for anyone to write that plan. It’s currently only available in the Bay Area.

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A company that allows people to make “tweets” from their phone, or a software program that’ll be able to take a list of contacts and create a list of tweets to send to them.

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As an online continuing education course for lawyers, this startup is hoping to enable higher education for lawyers without charging tuition.

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“A low-cost, durable, and scalable solution for the enterprise that replaces the expense of traditional PDAs and cellphones.”

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A payments company that serves high-volume ecommerce merchants. It’s in the process of launching a service that will enable online sellers to offer rewards to buyers.

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A platform for sharing tools and services between people who need them. So far, they’ve been able to build a basic stack for a Kickstarter-like experience, and work on a basic version of the

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A medical system that aims to be “patient centric”, providing a digital doctor’s office at the patient’s home. The startup wants to make it affordable and easy to book appointments, get prescriptions, and book tests.

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A company that helps companies manage their HR functions. The company’s software enables companies to manage their employee records like mortgages, healthcare, and credit cards, and their payroll, benefits, and retirement.

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A platform that allows for GPS-enabled payments where customers can pay for parking at over 3,000 locations in the U.S. via their smartphone.

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An affordable, internal IT service for small businesses. The startup aims to be a technology partner for small businesses, offering a package of IT services to keep employees productive and the business running.

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Nextbit wants to deliver Android in a way that lets you take your phone with you everywhere. It cuts down on background apps and syncs only the apps that you want to use with your phone. Available on Android and iOS.

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A company that designs and produces tech-enabled wearables that allow users to connect with their body and health data

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This startup wants to make it easier for people to find and share important information with friends and family. The startup aims to make information like travel plans, medical records, and other digitized documents more discoverable for friends and family.

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A developer platform for building apps that enables companies to manage the assets they own.

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This startup is building a closed social network for people who are physically or emotionally unable to socialize with others in the same way as most of the world. The idea is that they’ll want to be part of a social network, but they can’t be fully active because of a physical or emotional impairment.

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A platform that helps people find the best and cheapest healthcare, based on the best information available on what treatments are effective, and what providers are best. HealthMap is targeting big cities in the US that have good healthcare options and are currently underserved by them.

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A tool that helps cities build an API for companies to be able to monitor traffic and respond quickly to incidents.

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A machine that makes custom items, like a couch or a table for sale with a click of a button.

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This startup’s goal is to help hotels and other hospitality businesses save money by using the same technology that powers self-driving cars to know where their employees are, and be able to send them on a break.

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Hammer is currently available in the United States, Canada, India, United Kingdom, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, France, Indonesia, and Japan.

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A way for people who need to move into a new apartment to take a photo of their living room or kitchen and quickly see a comprehensive price list of what it would cost to remodel it. The startup says it’s profitable and has a $150,000 monthly revenue run rate.

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A startup for book lovers that lets you see what books are available to buy in your area and set a reminder to buy it when it’s cheaper.

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A credit card that rewards its customers for giving back to the community. Instead of paying a flat fee for the credit card, customers are charged based on the number of points they earn for charitable donations.

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The company’s goal is to be the most socially responsible fashion platform on the web. “We’re like the Etsy for buying sustainable products,” says CEO Rami.

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A startup that wants to bring affordable, secure storage to small and medium sized businesses. The company is focused on providing remote access to business owners who would otherwise have to pay high prices to store things in their own homes.

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A B2B company that helps companies manage and find service providers. Like a concierge, it helps companies build a list of vendors, and then makes those vendors available to companies on demand.

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A platform that helps new businesses get started, allowing them to get a credit line and borrow money at favorable rates from lenders.

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A tool that builds customizable online guides for listing services like Airbnb and Etsy.

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A platform that enables people to crowdsource and “pay it forward” their expertise to help others

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A company building a wearable that the company says is the size of a bar of soap and can be worn for up to a week. The company says the wearable can continuously monitor glucose levels, and can be used as a glucose monitor.

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A data science tool that automatically turns data into “actionable, knowledge-rich insights” about any given user, looking for insights like “which users are most likely to convert to customers, or which users spend the most money”.

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A parking app that uses remote parking sensors to find available parking for drivers.

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A company that creates one-click, easy-to-setup landing pages that look just like search results and are indistinguishable from them, except that they’re optimized for conversions.

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The startup is looking to help people who are disabled take advantage of the online world to improve their lives, whether it’s a wheelchair-bound person who needs more information on how to use YouTube or a blind person who needs better search tools for the web.

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Health 2.0 is a digital health data platform that lets users upload and share raw health data from wearable devices like Fitbits, and add insights and comments.

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A “social discovery and recommendation” app that enables people to discover new products and services from their other social media accounts, without them having to leave a platform.

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A company that turns smartphone screens into touch-enabled, virtual room controls

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A company that wants to help people store medical records. Medtronic shares the same vision, but has been unable to land deals with hospitals and doctors. Medtronic has raised $1.7 million in funding from investors including GE Ventures and the National Academy of Medicine.

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This company is building a system to help businesses manage their supply chains. The more companies that use it, the more supply chain visibility the company will be able to offer.

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A tool for managing the data on a small to medium sized business. It’s a white label product that is available to be customized by either a third party or a business owner.

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A health insurance alternative for young adults. It’s a $1 per month plan that is affordable and has low out of pocket costs for patients.

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A profitable startup that provides software for businesses to create and operate their own community-based group insurance plans. It also provides a platform for businesses to track and control their health care costs.

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A video conferencing platform that’s powered by the cloud and designed to work on all devices. It’s already integrated with Slack, allowing customers to schedule meetings from anywhere and get notifications when they’re available.

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A new way to store and manage your digital media. The team at Briefly is building a platform that enables users to “train” their computer to automatically organize and discover their files, and then creates a “smart folder” that’s a digital representation of the physical one.

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A digital currency for the global market. It’s first product is a stablecoin for local currency payments in the US and across the world.

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The idea is to build a service that enables you to trade your Apple Watch and iPhone data with other people. The company wants to build a directory of sellers and buyers of Apple Watch and iPhone data.

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A “real-time messaging application that enables people to communicate online in real-time”. They’re working with tech firms in the Washington DC area, and say they expect to expand beyond their current market by 2020.

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This wearable device generates a heat map of the area around the wearer’s head, allowing him to better understand his environment.

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A 4-year-old company that makes a programmable, connected-home appliance that can be programmed to do things from turning the AC off and on to turning lights on and off to listening to music and turning the TV on and off. The company has raised $7.3 million in funding.

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A startup that built an app that enables people to create custom messaging channels on WhatsApp. The startup, which has already raised funding from Y Combinator and other investors, is currently working with WhatsApp to enable its customers to sell premium products in their chat channels.

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A startup that is building a network of independent financial advisors who will work with people to get them the best insurance rates available.

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A B2B company that aims to help retailers manage all of their account receivables (credit cards, store cards, and payment cards) from a single platform. The company is selling to retailers and merchants in the US and Latin America.

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A medical device startup that’s trying to simplify the medical industry by tracking and improving on the performance of injectable drugs.

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A travel health insurance company for the U.S. market, which is trying to cover a profitable market with an under-insured customer base. It’s currently in the UK, and is looking to expand to the US.

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is a platform for selling used textbooks and keeping college students accountable for their books.

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A startup that wants to help people find reliable electricians in a given area.

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A SaaS company that helps other companies in the health industry get and keep medical and dental insurance. The startup is only available in the United States.

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A new way for entrepreneurs to get funding. The startup, which launches today, wants to give entrepreneurs access to a “constant stream of regular, predictable investments”.

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A company that builds flexible, adjustable shipping containers that can be used for housing, shipping, and construction.

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A tool that helps users automate the process of cleaning the air in their homes. They’re already working with a Fortune 500 company to make their product available to their customer.

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A company that is building a marketplace for data that comes from large data sets. TimeNexus aims to make this data available to researchers and teams to help them build out their own prediction models.

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A company that makes small, affordable homes from shipping containers. The company has built “a new kind of modular home that can be made in as little as one week, on site”. The first models are coming out in October.

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A startup that helps small and medium-sized companies manage their accounts receivable. They’re currently serving customers in California, Florida, and Illinois.

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A tool for creating and executing marketing and sales campaigns. Available as a Slack bot and as a browser extension, and also as a mobile app.

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A platform that aims to improve the quality of data in health and education, by using AI and machine learning. A result is a platform that makes data “actionable” so it can be used to simulate outcomes and make predictions.

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A platform that enables vendors to manage their inventory by connecting them to a network of marketplaces and selling through them.

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A startup that wants to build a digital kitchen, with a programmable fridge, a robot, and a system for collecting and processing your data.

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A line of 4-foot tall furniture made of wood that uses a patented process to create a wooden frame that is filled with foam and then wrapped in fabric. The product is meant to be customizable and customizable.

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A company that provides a “wearable” device for monitoring blood sugar. It was founded in Boston by a team of MIT graduates.