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This is a subscription tool for nonprofits that helps them keep track of donations and donors. The company is launching in the US in early 2019.


A group of four-hour-old startups that are still around from Demo Day in June. The goal is to help early stage founders get funding and grow their businesses.


Zelle is a digital payment company that’s launching in early 2020, and is meant to make it easier for people to send money to others.


Startup founders are being more aggressive in the US, with a few companies in the last year getting VCs to fund them at seed or Series A-level, when they may have previously been too early.


A startup that wants to help people in Latin America track their expenses and grow their credit score The company’s founders say that after launching in early august, they’re already working with over 3,000 retail accounts


An AI chatbot which answers questions on Quora, a question and answer site. It’s still early days for Quora’s bot, which answers around 1,000 questions a day on topics like “How to study” and “How to organize your life”.


A SaaS platform for people to manage their cell phone accounts. It sits on top of a person’s existing carrier account and allows them to view their data and make payments. It’s in early beta.


A travel booking app that uses AI to create itineraries for users based on their preferences. It launched in early July.


A company that lets consumers sell pre-owned goods. The company is currently in an early stage of fundraising.


A software company that helps companies hire and manage on-call workers. They’re launching in early 2019.


A customer service platform for large-scale customers. The company says it has nearly 100 customers (many of them in the Fortune 500) that use its platform.


The idea is that you could use a built-in chip that connects to your phone to allow your phone to act like a credit card. The idea is still in the early stages.


A VC firm that invests in early-stage podcasts and other media.


A digital bank account for the Philippines. The startup is currently in pre-launch, and has nearly 200,000 members.


A creator of early childhood education software for schools.


Seed-stage, early-stage, and pre-seed stage seed-stage companies are typically those that are less than 2 years old, and are valued between $500,000 and


A startup that offers a platform for digital nomads to rent out their homes in a peer-to-peer fashion. It’s in the early stages of development, but the founders say it will be “like Airbnb, but also a concierge service and protocol for renting out your home when you’re away”.


A venture capital firm that invests only in female founders, focusing on early-stage companies that focus on women’s health.


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.


A company that helps people live longer, healthier lives by providing health tech to doctors. The startup’s founders say they’ve already raised $7.5 million, with plans to launch in early 2018.


A company that brings together a community of people with the same interests. Its main community is focused on cooking, but it also had an early-stage fitness community.


A tool that helps people evaluate their careers in a way that has real-time feedback from their managers. It’s currently used in early rounds at Y Combinator.


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.


A SaaS-based email marketing tool with an emphasis on design. The startup’s founders have raised nearly $500,000 in seed funding, including from Y Combinator, and have been named as YC’s top-ranked summer 2019 company.


A startup for home buyers and sellers to find and hire contractors to do things like paint or tile their homes. The company is currently in an early stage of fundraising.


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.


A startup that uses a “digital designer” to help small businesses build websites. The startup’s model is to wake up early in the morning and design a website for a small business owner and have it ready to go by that evening.


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.


A startup that wants to help people make money off their pets. It’s in early stages, but has already raised $145,000 in seed funding from AngelList.


A natural language processing startup that is building software that helps companies better understand user conversations, especially in chat. The company is launching in the US in 22 countries and is working on a US expansion for early next year.


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.


A tool that helps people find the best travel deals, picking up on the long tail of unadvertised fares. The startup is pitching itself as a sort of early booking agent, where customers can search for flights and then call in to a travel agent.


This startup is building a tool to help people find the best doctors, dentists and other medical professionals in their area. The startup is looking to build out a health care recommendation system based on personalized data from the patient’s current doctor. Gives the patient a recommendation, which is then sent to the doctor, where they can then make a decision on how to proceed. The company is looking to launch in early 2021.


A company that wants to make it easier for people to fill out job applications. It is currently in the early stages of deploying a product for employers to manage their job applications.


An investment platform for early stage startups composed of a distributed network of partners who provide seed funding and advice.


A startup for running crowdfunding campaigns, granting donors access to exclusive perks and early access to the product.


A startup that helps employers to cut down on errors and save money while hiring, and also helps job seekers find employment. The company is in the early stages of a $3 million seed round and has been in beta since July.


A tool for helping people learn a new language. The startup is launching in early August.


A set of tools that help people raise money from friends and family to finance their businesses. The startup's founders once raised nearly $600,000 from friends and family in just 48 hours.


Shopping cart software designed for retailers who don’t have a large inventory. It’s targeted at mom-and-pop shops. The startup is in the early stages of building out its business.


A new startup that wants to provide a way for investors to connect with companies in the early stages of development, with a focus on B2B companies. The founder said it has around $24 million in funding so far, and has already worked with companies like TaskRabbit, Instacart, and Stripe.


A system that provides investors with a pipeline of startups being developed by a team of engineers in a private community. Investors can then get news about new startups, early access to the resulting product, and they can build their portfolio of seed-stage companies.


The goal of this startup is to create a way for business to get feedback on their website from their customers, then use the data to make changes to their site to improve conversion rates. The startup is in early stages, but is attempting to attract investors and create a working prototype.


A startup that helps consumers track their bills, get alerts when bills are coming due, and pay off them early with interest.


The startup wants to make it easier for investors to invest in early stage companies. It wants to make it easier for angel investors to back startups and give them information about startups they’re interested in. The startup wants to put money into startups in a way that’s similar to how a hedge fund would, but also make it possible for retail investors to put money into startups like they would an IPO.


A tool that allows people to create their own digital currency, or “pre-sale tokens”, then sell them to investors. The startup’s founders say they’re already working with a handful of early-stage startups.


A SaaS that serves as a “commercial intranet” for companies, developed by a former Microsoft executive. The company says it has nearly 1,000 customers and has raised $30 million in funding.


A tech startup whose product is a home-based network of technicians that fixes your home’s issues or installs equipment. The company says that since it launched in early 2019 it has already had several million dollars worth of work.


A platform for early stage companies that focuses on the content side of an entrepreneur’s portfolio


A new version of the popular private messaging app for Android, to be released in early 2018. It will have new features and a re-designed interface, and will allow people to purchase and download stickers and other content from the company’s partners.


The startup is building a platform for online poll creators. It’s a company that’s already in early-stage talks with buyout funds.


A startup that helps clients find early stage doctors and surgeons for their surgeries.


A platform for raising capital for early-stage startups, with a $300,000 monthly fee.


A startup that helps businesses manage their data and get to market quicker. The company says it’s already landing a lot of customers in the early days as it’s able to deliver a relatively simple product.


A startup that helps early-stage companies with financial product development.


A startup that builds robots that deliver groceries. The first robot is going into a store in Berlin in early October, and wants to expand to other countries.


This startup wants to connect investors to early-stage startups. They’re currently doing a soft launch in San Francisco.


A private social network for women in Saudi Arabia, where women are nearly banned from working or even being on the internet.


A “digital-first investment firm” that aims to make using the site easy and painless. They’re in the early stages of beta, and have just made their first investment.


A digital platform that helps companies recruit and hire employees in remote areas, powered by artificial intelligence. The company has brought on nearly 1,000 employees in remote areas, and is now focused on the US.


A $1 million prize for startups creating tools for early stage companies to manage their growth


A toolset that helps organizations manage their business continuity and disaster recovery. The startup has raised nearly $2 million in investor money, and is run by former CIO of IBM's Digital Solutions group.


A platform that helps businesses create customized shopping lists. It’s free for early users, with a premium option available.


A tool that allows employees to set up a flexible work schedule. This is currently in an early stage of development and has no immediate plans for the growth of the business.


A startup focused on helping non-profits make better use of their data. It’s early days, but that’s one of the key areas where non-profits are struggling to get value from their data.


A company that wants to help companies and their employees work together after hours, whether that’s an early morning meeting or a weeknight hack.


A solution for companies to provide real-time expense tracking and invoicing from anywhere in the world. The company is currently charging for the early access of its beta, but plans to launch publicly in early 2019.


A platform for workers to get paid residual income for their work, with investment options that pay out nearly immediately.


The doc app is meant to work with any electronic health records system. It’s built on the idea of user-friendly dashboards, so users can see all of the data that’s relevant, in one place. HealthBlitz is currently working with the Mayo Clinic to build out a prototype. HealthBlitz says that it’s already working with nearly 3,000 healthcare providers.


A startup that helps small businesses get more out of their social media advertising. Currently has a working prototype and aims to close a seed round and launch in early 2020.


A connected home solution that is a white label version of the Eufy smart light bulbs. The startup is building an IoT developer platform for other brands to create connected devices. It has a very early version of the app and is looking to raise funding to continue development.


A startup that builds software to automate the process of applying for a state tax ID. It was started in early 2013 and has since raised $300,000.


A company that helps students buy health insurance early, saving them money.


A startup that enables organizations to get their peer groups to review each other’s work. Currently supporting nearly 2,000 groups of over 25,000 members.


A startup that helps investors find early-stage startups to invest in. The startup is building out its management software for portfolio companies with the help of $30,000 in seed money.


This startup is building a new generation of web browsers, called “containers”, that work like operating systems. Containers are like virtual machines (VM) in that they run programs inside them, but they’re a lot more flexible. You can build a container that can run a Ruby or a Python, for example, and you can run a container that runs a ton of different kinds of programs. Containers can also be used to run a group of VMs, and VMs can run each other, too. The tech is still in its early days, but it’s a promising tech that’s been used to run the Linux operating system.


Idea: An online incubator for early stage startups


Customers can also switch from a monthly plan to a yearly plan by paying a one-time fee.


A startup that uses AI to tailor your work environment by taking the psychology of your job and the company you work for into account. TRACE, which launched in early 2019, has found that when you work in a “high-energy” job, your brain feels more alert and focused, but that when you’re in a “low-energy” job, your brain feels more relaxed and unfocused.


Idea: A startup for entrepreneurs who want to get in touch with investors Early users say it’s helped them raise $50,000


Idea: A startup that is building a solution to address the need for early-stage investment in the medical device industry The company wants to help hardware startups run more efficient clinical trials


Idea: A pharmaceutical company that offers financial and marketing help to early-stage startups and researchers


Idea: This startup wants to help you plan your travel and get you to the airport a day early, allowing you to get the best price


A startup that wants to provide access to early stage equity for founders who don’t have access to the traditional venture capital market