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A startup that sells a box of essential tools for people who are traveling abroad !!!


A company that sends physical boxes to your home or work after you place an order on their website. The boxes are filled with the product you’ve ordered and then shipped back to you.


A startup that produces a monthly box of healthy food which can be ordered online and delivered


A startup that sells monthly boxes of essential tools for people who are traveling abroad


A startup that sells a monthly box of organic produce to people who want to eat healthier


Y Combinator has funded a wide variety of companies such as Airbnb, Dropbox, Stripe, and Reddit.


A startup that delivers a box of things to do when you’re bored at home


A startup that provides a service where people who are visiting a new city can get a box of carefully selected items that will help them enjoy their stay


Internet of Things startup that wants to build a “health-care-in-a-box” for $2,000 that can be plugged into a drone, allowing doctors to give patients remote care.


A startup that connects shoeboxes with people who need boxes, and boxes with people who can fill them.


A startup that provides a tool where people can subscribe to a service that sends them a box of 5-10 items every month


A startup that sells a monthly subscription box of all the best products from Kickstarter each month


a daily newsletter that sends a personalized digest to a user’s Google inbox


A startup that helps manage your personal and professional life by managing your schedule, email inbox, calendar, contacts and workplace.


The first YC-backed startup to reach unicorn status was Airbnb, in 2009. Airbnb was followed by Dropbox, Stripe, Uber, Instacart, and Wayfair.


A startup that creates “beauty boxes” of luxury items for customers


Plant-based protein startup that uses aquaponic systems to grow its products. The startup is looking to raise $750,000 to enter into a big box store like Walmart.


A company building a browser extension to help you organize your e-mail inbox.


A $12-per-month service that brings an emergency food box to your doorstep. The startup has already helped more than 300 people, and partners with a network of food pantries.


A digital dashboard for people to keep track of their personal and professional goals. The startup is based in San Francisco, and has just closed a $2.5 million round led by former Dropbox executive Adam D’Angelo.


A company that makes and sells a black box for cars that gives you information like how much fuel you’ve put in.


A startup that provides a service where people can buy a box of random stuff for $100 and see if they can sell anything on eBay If they sell it, they get a portion of the profit If they don’


A startup for selling or buying other people’s unused shipping boxes.


A startup that provides a service where it sends you a box of healthy food every week and you can pick it up at a convenient location


A startup that provides a service where people can order a box of pre-selected items for their doorstep


A startup that creates a service where you can order a small box of items that would be a perfect gift for a friend or family member


With the help of The Next Web, Recruiterbox has raised $3.5 million to date.


A startup that sends users a box of physical books for every month they sign up for.


A toolbox that helps translate text from one language to another


Grid wants to make energy consumption more transparent, by giving customers a meter on their home in a box, and then giving them a way to manage their energy consumption.


A startup that makes a monthly subscription box for people who want to learn how to code


Built on Python, Dropbox for Business is a collaboration and file sharing platform that works with Dropbox and Google Docs. The company was acquired by Dropbox in late 2018 for $100 million.


A platform for small businesses to publish, organize, and send their blog posts directly to their subscribers’ inboxes.


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


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.


A startup that provides a service where you can order a box of products for a specific time period, for example, I want to try to eat healthy for the next month, so I


A tool for curating an email inbox, the Startup is pitching as “email 2.0”.


A startup that wants to bring the benefits of a big-box retailer’s store-within-a-store model to small businesses.


The company wants to create a “next-gen” version of a CRM that integrates with your email inbox and calendar.


 The app allows users to see how others have chosen to be paid by brands by analyzing the links, comments, and emails in their inbox.


An automated subscription service that promises to send you a box of the best things it finds on the internet for you — and it’s free. It’s based on a Reddit post from early January in which the founder said he was “unemployed and bored” while on a trip.


The startup offers a single, secure online platform for business to communicate with customers. It allows for quick, real-time communication to be channeled into a customer’s inbox.


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.


A daily email digest that brings a ton of productivity and business tools and tips to your inbox.


The startup’s first product is a subscription service that sends out a box of books each month to clients. It’s meant to be a “Netflix for books”


A platform for tracking which email and social media inboxes people check, and which ones they just don’t. Their Co-founder says they’re already working with more than 1,000 customers, and their first product in the works is a “personas” platform for businesses, which helps brands better understand who their customers are.


A company that aims to bring the benefits of a business-class email into the inbox, with features like a calendar, task manager, and more.


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.


A news aggregator that’s meant to be a more effective alternative to Flipboard, and a way to get the latest news in your email inbox. The startup has raised millions of dollars and has over 10 million users, it says.


A platform for personalized digital health, a healthcare app that uses AI to help users think more about what’s good for their health and less about how to check off boxes on a calendar.


A startup that takes on the issues facing small and medium sized companies in the industry with a cloud-based platform they say is “built for the employee experience”. The platform hopes to give employees more time and flexibility to be productive, with features like the ability to manage and access workers from any device, a “private” chat room, and an inbox for all communication.


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.


DropBox for consumer goods, allowing you to send an item to your DropBox account, get a notification when it arrives, and have it sent back to you.


This is a fully automated dairy company that aims to sell its milk in a box. The startup uses a robot to make the milk, and plans to distribute in 100,000 restaurants.


A subscription box service that lets you pick and choose which items you want in your box.


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.


This startup is looking to automatically generate and sell weekly email subscriptions to people based on their buying habits. The email service is for people who want to make sure they get email notifications for products they purchase frequently, like coffee or a subscription service, like Gilt or Birchbox.


A startup that helps users create digital assets and manage them. It's a sort of self-hosted Dropbox for the digital world.


A free app that lets users create “Mystery Boxes” for their friends. The app helps you send your friends a message that includes a link to a product or experience you’ve never tried before. The recipient then has the option to try it out for free without having to buy it.


A startup that helps users organize their pictures and videos through a mobile app. The startup has partnered with Facebook, Instagram, and Dropbox.


A toolbox and SDK that helps web and mobile developers build mobile games, apps, and e-learning experiences. The company has about 1,300 customers building over 200 apps and games, with over 30 acquisitions in the past two years.


A comic book subscription box that sends customers a new comic each month.


A music app that lets you share a playlist with other people in real time, rather than sending them a link to a Dropbox or Google Drive copy.


This startup will help banks manage risks by creating a sandbox for fintech startups.


Blackbox is building a user dashboard for the design and operations of data centers, taking a “security first” approach to the process.


A platform that helps people make music together using the tools they’re already using. The startup has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from investors including Union Square Ventures, SV Angel, ZipCar founder Robin Chase, and Dropbox founder Drew Houston.


A one-stop shop for designer brands to offer their products through a subscription box service. It costs $35 monthly, with a commitment of 3 months.


A virtual assistant that helps you prioritize tasks and stay on top of your inbox.


A startup that wants to create a “digital safe deposit box” for the cloud. The company has raised $3.1 million to allow users to store files in the cloud with a secure encryption key.


A simple way to put email and messaging in one inbox, and a way to make calls from one platform. Each app is meant to be used alongside the other, and can be combined with other services like Slack and Google Voice.


A BoxCar is an online marketplace for buying and selling used equipment and supplies, including furniture, construction equipment, industrial machinery, and vehicles.


As of 2018, YC has graduated over 2,000 companies, including some of the most well-known startups in the world, including Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, and Lyft.


A “hybrid” of Google Docs, Slack, and Dropbox. It’s a platform for teamwork and communication that’s meant to be secure and easy to use. Available on iOS and Android.


A maker of subscription boxes to help customers discover, purchase, and ship products from retailers across the country. Each month, the service helps subscribers pick each month’s “box” based on their interests, which is hand-curated by the company’s team.


Blackbox is trying to tackle the problem of consumer credit scores, which are used to help determine creditworthiness, but are not very accurate. The startup is building a credit scoring tool that uses data from places like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to determine creditworthiness.


A startup where people can create and share their own videos to be used as a free marketing tool. The startup is working on a video series called Inside the Box, which follows a different startup every month as they grow.


A subscription business that sends you a box of everything you need for a vacation, including items like wine, cheese, and a new toothbrush.


A platform that personalizes the way users experience their inboxes. It’s a way for email users to organize their inbox and make it easier for them to find what they need.


A startup that sells a subscription box that provides users with a variety of high-end beauty products


A tool that turns your Dropbox account into a


The startup sells a subscription-based email inbox that reduces the noise, clutter, and time it takes to respond to email, enabling users to focus on the important stuff.


A social network for people interested in a subscription box subscription service. Currently focused on a subscription box for wine, with plans to expand to other categories.


A startup called Inbox, which helps you manage your inbox.


A company that aims to make it easy for you to create your own version of Dropbox or Google Drive.


This company wants to make it easier for service companies to manage their customers' data. Its software will manage customer relations, customer support, billing, and other tasks. Its founding team includes veterans of companies like Google, Microsoft, and Box.


A software company that wants to build a “one-stop shop for out-of-the-box, customizable content”. The startup wants to make it easy for brands to create and distribute custom content.


A company that helps people store and manage content on Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Microsoft OneDrive.


A search engine for TV shows that they say will be a “Netflix in a box” for cable customers.


A group messaging platform for professionals, which uses a native iOS and Android app and a web site to enable messaging, file sharing, and a unified inbox.


A black box that tracks spending habits, helps create budgets, and recommends savings.


This startup offers an alternative to the traditional lockbox for data centers. It’s a tamper-resistant container that can be set to be unlocked by a single person, making it easier to ensure that data is secure.


A free email app that organizes your inbox without compromising your privacy


A startup that tracks employee spending for employers with centralized inboxes.


An AI-powered chatbot that helps you stay organized in your email inbox by flagging the things you should act on right away.


This is a hardware company that wants to build the ultimate game controller. It’s meant to be a new generation of the Xbox controller, which is a multi-purpose in-game controller with a touchpad and a gyroscope.


A startup that wants to help people create a “digital safety deposit box” for their old photos, videos, and other digital content.


A startup that sells a box of healthy snacks and monthly recipe boxes


A startup that sells boxes that can be shipped to customers who have purchased from your store


A startup that sells a subscription box to help you get organized You’d open it up and realize that it contains all of the things you need to get your house organized


A startup that sells a subscription box service where you get a box of random items every month


A startup that sells a toolbox for people who are interested in learning more about business planning


A startup that sells a subscription service where people pay a monthly fee and receive a box of snacks


A startup that helps people find and order moving supplies (like boxes, tape, paper, labels, etc)


A startup that sells physical gifts that you can print out on a 3D printer (IE: A keychain, a tissue box, a phone case)


A startup that provides a service where people can purchase a box of basic food staples for the pantry for $25 that they can add to each month


Idea: A monthly subscription box for women that gives them the tools they need to be more confident and less afraid The company started off by selling a box of self-defense products (think pepper spray, tasers, whistles, and more


Idea: A startup that takes information about a company’s users and uses it to customize the in-app experience based on that company’s products For example, if the user has a subscription box service, the app might show them relevant articles or tips The startup says that, in testing, they’ve seen an average of 10% more engagement for the companies they’ve worked with


Idea: The founders of Recruiterbox have started a new company called Proxee, which is a “CRM for recruiters” The app promises to help recruiters source and manage candidates


Idea: A startup that provides a tool for people to learn how to code Think of it as a kind of Dropbox for lessons: users can watch/test/correct video lessons on their own time


Idea: A startup that sends you a box of food items from small brands you may not have heard of


Idea: A subscription box that helps people get into the sport of boxing. The company is currently working on a second version of the box with plans to launch in late October.


Idea: A mobile application for security guards to handle walk-in queries, like from shoppers who need directions or from workers who want to know if they’re allowed to take a box home.


Idea: A subscription box that helps you move into a new place, with tools and supplies to create a home office.


Idea: This is the company behind the Bodega app, which calls itself a “Bodega box that comes with a free human.” The startup is building an app for small convenience stores in order to make shopping for milk, eggs, and other items more convenient. Its founders are betting that by bringing in a human to help customers, they’ll be able to differentiate from other convenience stores.


A startup that sells a monthly subscription box for people who are working on a business idea


A startup that provides a monthly subscription box for women's hygiene products that don't have a lot of options out there