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A "smart home monitoring" startup focused on energy efficiency. It's currently in a pre-launch stage, with a device that allows users to remotely turn off lights and lock doors with a smartphone, and the company says it has acquired $2.4 million in seed funding

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A monthly subscription service that sends home delivery and grocery shopping to your doorstep.

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A startup for professionals to sell their expertise, such as fixing your computer, building your app, opening your car door, or giving you a pedicure.

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A hybrid of a car and a bike that can be unlocked with a smartphone app. It’s aimed at people who don’t want to own a car and are willing to go outdoors for errands.

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A small, family-owned business that sells and installs windows and doors. The business doesn’t have a website, so they’re counting on this campaign to help them grow their business.

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A food delivery service that promises to deliver food to your door in under 30 minutes.

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A physical token that can be used to unlock any door in the world

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A company that makes smart front door locks that can be controlled remotely. The lock can be unlocked from a smartphone app, or from a website.

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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.

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

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A smart doorbell that can notify you when there’s a delivery.

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A company that helps restaurants deliver delivery right to customers’ doorsteps. The founders say they have over 200 restaurants, including Shake Shack, that they’re working with

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A technology that helps retailers track customer activity from the moment a customer opens the door to the moment they leave.

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A platform for people to sell their old belongings on Craigslist. The startup wants to take the pain out of selling your things while also guaranteeing that they’ll show up at your doorstep.

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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 platform that allows customers to buy a specific film or lens and have it shipped directly to their door.

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This is an outdoor camping stove that can cook in cold weather.

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A startup with a built-in revenue model selling an outdoor jacket with built

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A startup that wants to provide on-demand errands to local residents. The startup wants to compete against services like DoorDash and Postmates.

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A startup that lets you order a batch of custom-made grilled cheese or pizza from 24 different restaurants, and have them delivered to your door. The startup is still in the R&D phase, but hopes to launch the service early next year.

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"A much-needed, quality-assured, and secure way to get products from manufacturer to the consumer's doorstep."

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A "grocery delivery and store-of-value" app, allowing users to order groceries, have them delivered to their door, and then sell them for a profit.

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A ‘Book of the Month’ subscription service that promises to send a book to your door with the month you sign up for. It’s currently in the UK and Ireland, with Australia and New Zealand plans for 2020.

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

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This software startup is building a tool that will help users manage their beauty orders and have them shipped to their door within a few days.

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Blockchain hardware for smart homes. The company wants to build a $200 smart lock that would allow owners to automate their home with blockchain tech that would allow them to unlock the door remotely.

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This startup is building a smart door lock that learns to open itself based on who’s trying to enter.

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A DIY platform for home repairs, from painting to drywall installation to building a deck. The company wants to make it as simple as possible to have something built and out the door.

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A home security system for renters, allowing them to lock and unlock doors on their own and record video.

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A startup that offers a mobile app that can be used to recruit and manage talent in the same way that LinkedIn, Glassdoor and Indeed do today.

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A company that connects stores’ cashiers with our grocery delivery apps. Express Grocer lets customers order groceries from a local store and have them delivered to their door step.

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A start-up that builds small devices for the home to measure temperature, humidity, and other factors. The company is also developing an indoor location service.

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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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This app is designed for people with mobility issues to schedule and manage their indoor activities. The startup wants to bring technology to a new market of people with mobility issues.

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A space-saving, eco-friendly, solar-powered tent that's built with bamboo and recycled plastic. It's also waterproof, and when the time comes to move, it folds up into a waterproof bag, taking up less space than a cooler while still providing a dry, protected space for outdoor camping.

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A home security startup that monitors in-home security cameras and allows customers to turn on their lights or lock their doors remotely. The startup, which has raised a $750k seed round from a variety of investors, is already working with a dozen customers.

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A company that makes the world’s first smart fabric for outdoor clothes.

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A platform that helps customers pay for services from companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash through a single checkout page.

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This startup is working on a new type of door handle, called a “keg handle,” that turns any door handle into a beer tap.

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A retail solution that allows customers to order groceries from a variety of retailers and have their goods delivered to their doorsteps within a few hours. In the first year of operations they had 10,000 customers and raised $1 million in seed funding.

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A home security platform that uses facial recognition to let users see who is at the door, even when the doorbell isn’t ringing.

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A company that is creating “smart doorbells” that can help you know when people are around your house and send them text messages.

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A block of code that can unlock any door.

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A company that sells ‘smart’ access cards for venues/events, allowing guests to swipe their cards, turn on an app, and receive push notifications of things like door status and food and drink orders.

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 A maker of waterproof backpacks for the outdoors, a market that’s worth $1.2 billion and growing.

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A web and mobile app for restaurants, allowing them to manage their kitchen operations from anywhere in the world. The startup also works with the restaurant delivery companies Postmates and DoorDash.

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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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A startup that is building a smart home system for the elderly. The system is designed for seniors who need assistance with tasks like opening doors and turning lights on and off.

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A startup that helps people who don’t want to leave their house and travel to a remote server to control their home. For instance, they can open their front door, see if their dog is barking, and see how far away it is from their neighbor’s home.

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This startup wants to build a platform where users can order food from their favorite restaurant, have it delivered to their door, and track its progress.

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This startup aims to bring a more human-centric approach to home security, offering a combination of a smart lock, a door sensor, and a camera.

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A company that allows customers to order groceries online, picking up their groceries and then dropping them off at their doorstep.

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A way to get food delivered from the market to your doorstep. Founder Josh Wilson says he’s already signed a deal with a local deli to deliver.

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Opendoor works with home and business owners and helps them sell their house, and then helps them buy a new one.

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Patagonia has been in the YC program since 2010. The company sells backpacks and other outdoor gear through retail and wholesale channels in the US and internationally.

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This startup wants to build a “C-store” where you can buy things from various online retailers and have them delivered right to your door.

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A utility for "smart" homes from the makers of Nest, Dropcam and Honeywell. Eko is a new company that aims to bring more automation to everything from thermostats to security cameras. The company started with a thermostat that can be programmed through an app and communicate with a connected garage door, but it’s now also trying to develop a home security system that will stop someone by recognizing their face and sending a message to their phone.

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A “pay-as-you-eat” meal delivery business, which lets people buy meals online, have them delivered to their door, and pay for them as they go.

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An idea that lets the consumers to subscribe for some services and then receive it at their doorstep.

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A food delivery app for restaurants and food trucks, with the goal of helping them cut down on wasted food by bringing it right to the front door.

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A startup that’s building a robotic vacuum cleaner for indoor use; it’s first product is a $10 model that’s meant to work in high-traffic areas like bedrooms.

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A digital platform for the organic food industry to sell directly to customers, with its current focus on e-commerce fulfillment. The founders envision a future where they can send one of the world’s most trusted brands of food directly to your doorstep.

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Similar to DoorDash, but focused on delivering food to college campuses.

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An on-demand service that brings food to your door

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An on-demand maid service that brings trained Filipina housekeepers to people's doorsteps.

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A platform that connects local businesses with customers, and helps them deliver packages directly to the customer’s door.

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A video doorbell that sends alerts to agents about who is at your door.

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A platform that lets people engage with their cities in a way that’s more meaningful than voting; think of it like Nextdoor meets Twitter.

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An on-demand cleaning service that advertises on a mobile app. The startup is made up of a team of former Uber and DoorDash employees.

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A multi-location physical store that sells items like bicycles, fitness equipment, and outdoor gear. The company has $2 million in revenue and 20 employees, and is based in New York and LA.

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A new kind of sale that works on top of existing sale tools. The company is working with sales teams to create sales emails that more closely match the sales process, opening doors for buyers to buy on the spot.

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A local delivery business that can pick up your groceries from your local grocer, or your mail order from Amazon, and bring them to your doorstep. The service is geared towards people who are too busy to make their own shopping trips.

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Idea: This is a startup that makes a “smart” doorbell. It has a camera, a microphone, and a speaker. Users can talk to delivery and service providers through the doorbell, and the device can be used to monitor and intervene in domestic abuse cases.

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Cybersecurity startup. A hacker could turn off the security controls on a machine, causing it to create a backdoor for someone else to use.

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A ‘smart’ dog collar that monitors your dog’s vital signs remotely. It has built-in sensors for walking, running, walking backwards, walking on a treadmill, walking in the rain, walking up hills, walking down hills, walking indoors, walking under water, walking into the street, walking into the pool, walking into the lake, walking into the ocean, walking into the lake, walking into the pool, walking backwards, walking inside, walking backwards, walking indoors, walking backwards, walking backwards. Also has a voice recognition system, so you can talk to your dog at the same time.

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Smart locks, keychains, and other products that make it easier to lock and unlock doors.

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Idea: A home security system that leverages a camera that’s focused on the door to see when someone is coming in.

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A delivery app that integrates with existing couriers and delivery services that allows people to order food from local restaurants and have it delivered to their front door in an hour.

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A logistics platform to help people get packages to their doors.

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A company that sells a drone for video surfers, which is meant for indoor use.

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 A company that makes smart locks for high-end residential housing, so that you can unlock your front door with your phone, for instance.

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This company is building tech that allows you to use your existing internet-connected door lock without having to buy a new, more expensive deadbolt.

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This startup wants to use computer vision to help customers order groceries in bulk, then have them deliver it to your door.

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A startup that helps farmers save money and time by delivering produce directly to their door.

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A startup that lets you order prescription drugs online and have them delivered to your door

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Idea: “Software as a service for physical space” The startup’s first product is Lockdown, a system for monitoring the security of physical spaces and notifying users when doors are open or there’s motion on the premises

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Idea: Delivery of groceries to your door

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Idea: Grow food indoors using smartphone apps

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Idea: A startup for “last-mile delivery” to help customers get packages from warehouses to their door The startup has been live for a few months and has $6,000 in revenue per month

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Idea: Overlaps with Postmates, Instacart, and DoorDash — a delivery app for small businesses.

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Idea: A home security company that is turning your door into a touchscreen

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Idea: A mobile app that helps you stay healthy on the road. The app helps users find fitness classes and outdoors activities when traveling, and sends reminders about when it

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Idea: A startup that helps companies reach out to job candidates with targeted content based on how they perform during an interview. The business model is similar to that of HireVue, which was acquired for $200 million by Glassdoor last year.

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