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 A startup that uses a “virtual bank” to allow companies to get capital without having to go through a traditional bank. It is looking to extend its service to the UK, Europe and Asia.


a company that helps customers in Europe manage their money quickly and easily. Its first product will be a prepaid Visa card that can be loaded with cash through a debit card.


A startup co-founded by a former Googler, Qwant is trying to recreate some of the magic of the Google search results page with a new, more visual UI. The startup is trying to compete with Google for the European market.


 A platform for connecting ridesharing services along with their drivers. The startup is targeting the US market, but has already expanded into Europe.


This startup is building a platform to help people get money from friends and family. The company uses a paper check system that’s more commonly used in developing countries, and it plans to roll it out in the US, Canada, and Europe. They recently raised $1.5M in a seed round.


A company that makes it cheaper to travel to Europe, the UK, and the US. It’s based in London and is looking to grow with the help of a $250,000 series A round.


A startup that helps businesses in the United States and Europe run their money using shared accounts. It’s a “one-stop shop” for working with multiple banks.


A startup for buying and selling tickets to events. The startup is focused on events in the UK and Europe. They were formerly known as Ticket Vending.


A remote meeting solution for companies that want to meet where people are, like coffee shops or bars. The startup is currently focusing on a few dozen US and European locations, but plans to go global in 2018.


A startup operating in the European market that is building a network of e-commerce sites that allow users to shop from multiple stores in one place


a social network for people who want to learn about the world. The startup has over 100,000 users, and now has clients in the US, Europe, China, and India.


This is a chatbot that’s designed to help you work remotely. It’s currently working with one client in the US, but the company plans to expand to Europe in the coming months.


A company building a blockchain-based trade finance platform that uses its own token to make the process more efficient. It’s currently in a pilot phase in Europe.


A real estate search platform, planning to expand to Europe and the US.


A startup for buying and selling used cars online. At the moment, the marketplace offers about 20,000 used cars, but they’re planning to launch into the US in 2019, with plans to expand to Europe and Asia in 2020.


A B2B company that helps companies create a network of suppliers and vendors based in other countries to help save their clients money and prevent fraud. The company is launching in the US to manage supply chains in the US, China, and Europe.


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.


Another startup in the European market, DocDoc is a software suite that manages the entire process of building a website, from finding a domain name to building a site and testing it.


In the summer of 2016, Y Combinator opened a office in London to focus on Europe. The office is headed by Laura Simpson, who previously worked at eBay, and has joined the Y Combinator London team. Y Combinator London is focused on advising and investing in European startups and is led by Stephen O’Grady, who previously worked at Twitter, Google, and Yahoo.


A sports team management company that’s been in business since 2012. It works with teams in both the US and Europe in terms of managing their rosters, travel, and other team-related needs.


Idea:This is a startup that’s building a Slack app that allows users to collaborate on the design of their physical spaces. The startup has close to 50 employees in the United States and Australia, with plans to expand to the UK and other European countries.


The winners of the first two Eastern European deals were announced in a blog post on July 1, 2018.


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.


A platform that helps companies scale their operations in Europe with Europe-based workers, without having to hire them in-house.


A SaaS platform that invests in e-commerce startups across Europe and the US.


A startup that helps companies manage their supply chains by automatically matching products in inventory to orders. The founders have raised $1M in seed funding, with plans to expand to Europe.


A startup that helps hotels in Europe and the Middle East book rooms for corporate events with Fintech companies, using their own websites, without the need for a native reservation system.


A company that builds a platform that allows consumers to pay for their memberships in advance. The startup is in the US, but has plans to expand to Europe.


The startup is building a tool to help people find the best TV deals in their area. It’s a list of TV channels and websites that aggregate the best prices for TV channels. The startup is based in the UK, and is also looking to expand into Europe.


While the idea of a self-driving car might look like far-fetched science fiction, the reality is that the technology is already at work on the roads of the United States and Europe. However, it is still too expensive for consumers to access. The startup, which is still in stealth, is working to make the technology accessible at a consumer level.


A digital currency for local commerce that can be used in the UK and Europe.


The startup is initially focused on the US, but plans to expand into Europe in the future. It’s a “one-stop shop” for local food, covering restaurants, grocery stores, and specialty shops.


"FastCo" lists the top startups in the world every year. The list is based on revenue, but also factors in the startup's presence on other "fast-growing" lists, including those published by "Forbes", "Inc." and "Forbes Europe".


It’s a company that hires independent researchers to evaluate the credibility of news stories. The startup says it has a staff of more than 30 researchers in the US and Europe and claims to be the fastest growing news-biased fact-checking startup in the US.


A startup that helps people develop a retirement plan, track what their savings are and transfer them to a new retirement home. The startup is in nine other countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas.


An automated, crowdsourced, Wikipedia-like knowledge base for self-driving cars. The startup currently has over 100,000 self-driving car test vehicles in the US and Europe.


This is a startup that builds financial products for the European travel industry, with a focus on the global student market. It offers a student loan re-finance product in the UK, as well as a personal loans product in the UK, Germany, and Ireland.


An e-commerce marketplace for the European market, which relies on a collaboration between sellers and manufacturers.


A new app that helps users easily find the best deals on flights and hotels. Currently focusing on the UK and Europe.


A startup with a team of 3 that’s going to help companies in the B2B space reduce/eliminate fraud at the point of sale of their products. They’re targeting B2B companies in the US, Canada, and Europe.


A company that helps small businesses in the United States and Canada sell to businesses in the United Kingdom and Europe.


This startup makes a paid email system that helps companies avoid GDPR fines. The company’s founders say they’re working with over 100 large European e-commerce sites. It’s currently in private beta.


Dedicated to helping businesses in the medical device industry, the startup helps manufacturers understand the regulatory landscape for selling medical devices in the US, Canada, and Europe.


In October 2017, AdExchanger ranked them as the #7 ad tech company to watch, and as of February 2018, they were ranked as one of the top 50 ad tech companies. In July 2017, they won the Red Herring Europe Award in the Enterprise Solutions category.


The startup focuses on helping businesses in the US and Europe by helping them set up and manage their international company structures.


The startup’s app helps smartphone users to make the most of their conversations with a local by providing a database of local restaurants, hotels, and attractions. The startup says it has $6 million in sales, and $500,000 in cash, and recently closed a $3.5 million seed round led by the European Investment Fund.


2018 DLD Ventures European Venture Capital Report


FuturePundit helps companies in the US and Europe to better understand how consumers’ online comments and reviews will affect their sales, and how such sentiment can be used to decide on future marketing and sales strategies.


Idea: Easy way to get a European mobile number


Idea: A startup that wants to be the Citi Bike of Europe, with a fleet of electric bikes for both personal and business use.