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A place to find deals and coupons on Amazon.

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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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An online platform that asks you to rate products and services before you buy them, allowing you to compare them on the same scale as Amazon or Consumer Reports.

164

A startup for buying and selling items in bulk. It’s like Amazon Prime, but for businesses.

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A startup that provides a way to buy and sell Amazon gift cards at a discount. The company makes money through affiliate revenue.

113

This app helps content creators sell their products on Amazon, using a digital storefront.

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An online marketplace that has a very different approach to selling than Amazon or eBay. The startup focuses on selling unique items and brands, and is based on a marketplace model that is increasingly popular in China.

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A company that helps retailers grow their online sales by selling them on Amazon.com. The startup has $2.5 million in funding.

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The startup helps startups sell their products on Amazon and eBay in the US.

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An API that allows buyers to purchase products on Amazon, Walmart and other e-commerce platforms all in a single place.

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Using Amazon’s cloud computing platform to help retailers manage their inventory.

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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 platform to help people decide what to buy online, like a virtual Amazon.

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A way for people to upload to their Amazon wish list from their phone

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Bizbuyers is a “social shopping platform” that links businesses with buyers. The company wants to be an “Amazon for small businesses”.

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Shopify's Indian subsidiary is helping build an "online-only" (so no offline sales) marketplace that will sell goods made by small artisans and craftsman. While a combination of Alibaba and Amazon, the market size is expected to be between $500 million to $1 billion in 2023.

90

This startup is working on an AI-powered system that monitors data on Amazon’s servers, allowing companies to guard against potential security breaches.

89

This startup’s goal is to prevent ad fraud. It uses a combination of machine learning, data mining, and crowdsourcing to help companies like Amazon and Google detect fraudulent activity on their platforms.

89

A set of tools for selling and buying on Amazon. The company also offers Amazon-specific tools for sellers to organize, manage, and promote their products. Currently has $4,000 in monthly revenue.

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A cloud-based solution for companies like Amazon that want to send their customers marketing emails.

89

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.

88

It’s a company that offers a way for people to buy and sell used parts, like alternators, spark plugs, or fuel pumps, using the same FBA business model that Amazon uses to sell used items.

87

A platform for sellers to manage their Amazon selling business, helping them to follow the rules of Amazon.com, and get paid on time.

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A platform that lets anyone easily create, sell, and buy stuff from Amazon, with no fees and no inventory.

86

A startup that makes it easier for consumers to find quality products for their homes. Its app is similar to Amazon’s Dash, but for finding products in a physical store.

86

This business is building a “complete SaaS platform” for Amazon’s business for business app.

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 A tool that lets users buy, rent, or sell Amazon Prime parcels.

85

This company’s goal is to organize global trade data in one place. It wants to be the Amazon of global trade.

84

A startup that lets independent creators on Amazon sell their own products Amazon already offers this feature to big businesses, but this startup lets individual sellers sell their own stuff

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A solution for marketing and advertising products to people shopping on Amazon.com

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This app lets users shop at top retailers with their phone camera. The app allows you to scan a barcode and then shop on the same day. The app works with 25 major retailers like Sephora, Amazon, and Bloomingdale's to manage loyalty and reward programs.

83

Online content creation and distribution company that has helped over 250,000 artists and entrepreneurs connect with brands like Nike, Dell, Mercedez-Benz, and Amazon.

83

A clean water startup that wants to help rural areas access their own clean water. The startup currently has a beta version of their product in the Amazon rain forest and plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign for their water technology in 2021.

83

This startup wants to be the Amazon of the home. The idea is to make a marketplace for house-goods, where sellers can list what they have and buyers can filter options and place orders.

83

A platform that helps retailers, brands and other companies manage their supply chains. It has partnered with Amazon Fashion and Uniqlo.

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A B2B e-commerce software that lets corporations sell products through Amazon.com.

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A startup that helps people who are selling products on Amazon and provides them with advice on how to sell more and get positive reviews

81

This startup in the US is building an app that helps people avoid buying things from retailers that then sell it to consumers at a loss, for instance by Amazon or Target.

81

Serves as an “Amazon” for the “prosumers” who buy and sell things on Amazon that they can’t sell on Amazon, which handles shipping, returns, and customer service.

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A startup that creates a network of freelancers who can help you with your tasks on Amazon Mechanical Turk

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A startup that helps companies like Amazon and Google better understand their customers. The startup is taking a deeper look at the data that companies have about customers in order to optimize their products and services.

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The company has begun to experiment with a plan to bring a $10/month subscription service to consumers that would provide a weekly Amazon Prime-like service to customers. The company could be an alternative to people who don’t like Amazon Prime’s current offerings.

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A new kind of online marketplace that takes on the Amazon model, without the warehouses. Carousell is the type of site that sells things in person, like a swap meet.

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This company wants to teach people how to be a good entrepreneur. The company’s founder is Anand Rajaraman, who ran a business development and strategy practice at Amazon and Google for more than a decade.

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A startup for merchants to sell merchandise with the ease of a Craigslist or Amazon marketplace.

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Jet.com is a startup that will sell anything from household items to clothes to groceries to a single user, with no membership fees or minimum purchase requirements. It’s been called the Amazon of online shopping that will work on the ground. The company says it has 1.1 million active buyers already, and a $3 billion run rate.

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A digital marketplace for pre-made email newsletters. They say they’re building the email equivalent of Amazon’s marketplace.

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An online retailer of small business supplies that's trying to take on Amazon. The company is based in Brazil, which is where they say 85% of small businesses are located.

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An automated process for finding and blocking bad reviews on Amazon.

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A startup that sells stuff from Amazon but drops it off at your house

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A startup that uses an IoT platform to automatically manage the delivery of goods in the same way that Amazon and Uber do. Founded in early 2019, they’re currently in talks with logistics companies in the US, Canada and Mexico.

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Amazon Alexa has invaded every household in the US. The company wants to make the device even more useful, by adding a voice-controlled interface for apps.

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A startup that helps users build “smart” homes using the Amazon Echo smart speaker.

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A way of creating a digital storefront to sell products on Amazon.com with 3% of sales going to the seller.

73

A company that helps businesses sell and market their products on Amazon and their own website. It has 12,000 customers in India, and a team of 30 on the ground in a new office in Mumbai.

73

A shopping platform that’s a hybrid between Amazon and Alibaba. The company is looking to expand, with a particular focus on India, South America, and Asia.

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A startup that wants to build a “pay it forward” model, where people volunteer to pay for others’ purchases in the name of “paying it forward”. It’s a bit like the Amazon Dash, but with the automatic donation of the $5 to the cashier instead of the Amazon account.

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A mobile app to help internet marketplaces (such as Amazon) better track their inventory. The startup wants to build a platform to help marketplaces better manage their retail and shipping operations.

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A mobile app for small businesses to find the best deals for their products. The goal is to get people to comparison shop within the app itself, rather than using Yelp, CVS, or the Amazon Alexa hub.

71

A startup that makes it easy to find, buy, and sell used books online in an effort to combat e-commerce and Amazon.

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A tool that helps companies take advantage of their Amazon Web Services infrastructure, and helps them automate tasks.

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A company that aims to build a web-based, third-party curator for Amazon. The startup’s founder says that by offering a third-party curator of Amazon, a company can take advantage of the huge inventory of products that Amazon offers and cut out the middleman.

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A way for people to buy and sell items on Amazon with cash in hand.

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This startup is building a web-based platform for companies to create and implement workplace policies. It’s already working with Amazon, Starbucks, and others.

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A platform for professional book authors who want to sell their books through Amazon. The startup’s founders say they’re working on integrations with other retailers like iTunes and Google Play and are making it easier for authors to sell their books to readers.

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Cored is a healthcare startup looking to use artificial intelligence and data to predict and monitor a patient’s medical outcomes. The company currently has a team of PhDs and uses IBM Watson and Amazon Mechanical Turk to do its work.

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is a company that helps companies that sell their surplus inventory on Amazon and eBay to manage their inventories and fulfill orders from one place.

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A company that uses computer vision to identify objects and provide a simple way to find products that people are looking for. The company is launching on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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The e-commerce company wants to be the Amazon of the professional world.

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This startup is building an “Amazon for small businesses”, with new products and services created by small businesses in the US and UK.

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 This is a marketplace where people can sell their expired Amazon and eBay gift cards, with a small percentage of the proceeds going to charity. The startup takes a cut from each sale.

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A company that helps brands sell products on Amazon, in addition to other eCommerce sites.

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A startup that helps you rent Netflix and Amazon Prime video from the cloud.

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An online platform that allows users to rate and review products in a more transparent way than is possible on Amazon.

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A startup that sends monthly boxes of goods and services to anyone in the US at a price that’s lower than Amazon’s Prime.

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A tool to help small businesses build products, sell them, and ship them. The startup wants to be the “Amazon Prime for small businesses.”

57

A startup for customers to imagine products and then build them from scratch, for customers to create their own products, products that can be sold on Amazon.com

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A “complete-home automation platform”, with a home security, lighting, and HVAC system in one box. The startup is one of the first companies to be accepted into the InnovateHER program, and has a partnership with Amazon Alexa.

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A text-to-speech service for the blind that uses the Amazon Echo to convert written words to audio. WordBlind uses a technology called "on-the-fly" speech synthesis to convert text to audio that sounds like the original.

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A software for handling payments for online services, like Amazon.

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A platform for online retailers to sell products, primarily on Amazon, Shopify, and AliExpress. The startup wants to provide more of a full platform for e-commerce companies, allowing them to accept payments, manage inventory and payment processing, and integrate with Stripe to get paid.

53

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 startup that wants to be the Amazon for home services, making it easier for customers to buy a service without having to rely on a retail retailer. The company has already signed up a number of local hardware stores.

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An API that helps companies that are not Amazon Prime members see how much they spend on Prime every month.

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A startup that makes deliveries like Amazon that come to your door via a private fleet of cars. GetGo is currently in San Francisco.

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A startup that helps people experience the city of their choice in VR. The startup has already helped a few dozen people experience the Amazon rainforest, and has plans to expand to other cities.

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"Growth Hack" is the second-most cited book on Amazon.com, after The Lean Startup by Eric Ries.

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“A cross-platform software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to easily use and build applications for the Amazon Echo smart speaker.”

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A startup that allows companies to make payments to contractors via Amazon Web Services.

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A startup that provides all-in-one software for shoppers who want to compare prices on goods. It’s an Amazon-style price-comparison engine, but with a focus on regional stores and local prices.

45

The startup delivers everything you need to get started with your brick-and-mortar store on Amazon.

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A company that wants to make the world’s largest database of solar data. The company says it has built a platform that helps companies like Google and Amazon make billions of dollars in sales from solar power.

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A startup that helps startups sell their products on Amazon and other marketplaces, providing access to Amazon’s warehouse and fulfillment services.

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A startup that helps other businesses sell products and services to its customers, like an Amazon for other businesses.

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A startup that tracks and predicts sales on Amazon

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The company wants to become the Amazon of US foreign aid. It wants to help US citizens save money on international travel and give non-profits and governments more money to spend in the developing world.

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A set of APIs to connect point-of-sale systems to Amazon. The startup wants to give merchants a way to track their inventory on Amazon.

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A company that wants to help consumers build and grow their own personal brands by selling them on merchandise and experiences, similar to what Amazon does with Amazon Prime.

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Another startup that wants to take on Amazon's grocery delivery business

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A platform that helps companies build their own “anchor stores” — the “experiences” that people want to do in a particular city. For example, a company like Amazon might want to open up a store in San Francisco, but they’re not the first company to do so. The startup builds out a list of all the other stores in the area, and allows companies to apply to open up a new one.

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A company that’s building a library catalog for libraries. It’s a “meta-library” that’s meant to help libraries keep track of collections and allow users to find books by library, author, or keyword. It’s a local library solution, though it can also be integrated with Amazon and other online libraries.

37

The founders of this company want to build a more connected and secure version of Amazon’s Alexa, one that can work with smart home devices and allow users to access the internet through their voice.

35

A software company that helps retailers sell their products on Amazon.com. The founders say they are seeing 100% conversion rates on Amazon and “super-high” sales numbers.

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A grocery delivery service that’s part of the Amazon Fresh network. Dash delivers groceries to customers’ homes with the promise of same- or next-day delivery.

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A platform that runs on top of Amazon S3 and helps users set up their own private storage for data. The startup is focused on data privacy and security.

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A company that provides indoor voice commands for Amazon Echo or Echo Dot in the home, including turning on and off lights, opening doors, and playing music.

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An education startup that teaches users how to interact with smart TVs in order to manage their Netflix, Amazon, and other videos.

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A startup that helps companies sell on Amazon.com, providing tools for a more efficient and streamlined product sales process.

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A startup that wants to do for Amazon’s Alexa what Slack did for communication.

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A startup that calls itself the Amazon of homeopathic products. The company sells and ships over a hundred products to consumers, including aromatherapy oils that help people relax. It’s the leading homeopathic e-commerce site in the UK.

30

Amazon Web Services is popular for its cloud computing capabilities, but its AI-powered e-commerce system has not made it to market. Their SaaS product, Amazon Machine Learning, is intended to help companies use AI to improve their own products.

25

A tool for finding out how much a particular product costs on Amazon.

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A payroll company for Amazon and other online retail businesses. It’s a SaaS service that helps Amazon sellers manage their workers and payments.

23

A tool that helps people create a custom product for sale on Amazon.com.

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Everyone is doing it: Amazon, eBay, Walmart, then you have Home Depot and Lowe’s. But Meijer, a Midwest-based retailer that operates grocery stores and a number of other retail chains. Meijer is looking to use the e-commerce trend to stay ahead of its rivals and has begun selling products that haven’t been available in stores in the past, like wine and cheese.

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A platform for developers to host their web apps on the Amazon Web Services cloud.

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A B2B business that lists items for sale on the web, allowing users to take advantage of the millions of people who are selling on Amazon. The startup has already made a $100,000 sale.

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The startup wants to build a marketplace that connects brands and consumers based on what they want and need. They’re thinking of it as a sort of Amazon for branded products.

20

This startup helps brands sell their products wholesale on Amazon by applying the Amazon Prime model to their own brand.

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The startup has raised a total of $1.6M so far, with current customers including Yardi Systems, Tesla, and Amazon.

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This is a startup using machine learning to make recommendations of the best items to buy on Amazon for a particular category.

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A startup that helps small and medium-sized businesses in the US sell their products on Amazon.

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A startup that helps small businesses manage their inventory of supplies. It’s like Amazon, but for small/medium sized businesses.

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A health startup that wants to be the Amazon of health insurance: a way for consumers to compare and buy plans to lower their premiums.

12

This startup is building a platform to make it easier for people to make and sell merchandise on Amazon, as well as for the company’s Prime members.

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When you buy a TV on Amazon, the company takes a big cut of your money. You can buy a Roku and use a third-party app to stream Amazon content.

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Starts with a wish list on Amazon, then sends the link to the gift recipient who can then pick out items. The company wants to build a personalized gift registry service on Amazon that’s easy for shoppers to use.

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The startup is building a service for small businesses to sell their products on Amazon, but for a fee set by the seller (rather than Amazon itself.)

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A company that combines data and knowledge to give people a better understanding of their personal data and what they do with it. The startup helps consumers better understand the data collection and usage involved with services like Amazon and Facebook.

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A startup that’s building a platform for selling of surplus inventory on Amazon.

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A startup that helps businesses sell on Amazon. Instead of having to set up an Amazon seller’s account, the startup takes care of the legal, accounting, and shipping details.

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The company aims to become the “Amazon of corporate travel”. They currently have 2,000 users.

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“A new way to get into the market,” according to the founders. It’s a mobile app that lets people instantly buy everything they need to get started selling on Amazon.

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Idea: A drone startup that's been working with Amazon for the last two years, and is now moving into a larger market It’s currently piloting its service in Peru

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Idea: Amazon for New and Used Office Furniture

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Idea: A startup to help sellers list items on Amazon, eBay, and Shopify

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Idea: A startup that’s building a way to send Slack messages to Google Home and the Amazon Echo The startup is working with companies to add these integrations to their workflows

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A startup that helps online businesses sell merchandise through Walmart. Their pitch is that it costs $5 on Walmart to sell every $100 of merchandise, while on Amazon it’s $20/100.

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Idea: A holiday-specific grocery delivery service started by two former Amazon employees.

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