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A small business marketing strategy and planning tool that lets small businesses measure their marketing performance across all channels. It started by focusing on social media and has expanded to include web traffic and content marketing, email marketing, and paid search.

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A platform for sharing and selling reusable office supplies to businesses. The startup focuses on 8 great office supply items that are used a lot, but don’t get recycled as often as they should. They’re currently focusing on the US, but plan to expand internationally and into business software.

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A new, blockchain-enabled peer-to-peer lending platform that is targeting the global student debt crisis. The company is expanding internationally and looking for investors.

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A seed round was raised in 2015 to fund development of the company. The company is now looking to expand into India.

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The startup is building a platform to help people to buy and sell gently used items, like cars, without having to go through a third party like eBay or Craigslist. They have a plan in place to expand into new categories in 2020.

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A company that facilitates the sale of cars in the US. The startup is in the process of expanding to India as well.

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This is an online course platform for language learners. The startup is starting with Spanish, and is planning to expand to Italian and French.

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A meal delivery service that expands to food trucks

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A solution for poorly performing government-run schools in India, with plans to expand to other countries in the future.

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The digital version of a pest control service. The startup’s team is small but they’re growing fast. They’ve raised $1.2 million and are looking to expand into the Northeast and Midwest.

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A startup that helps credit unions expand their lending options by lowering the cost and time it takes to get a loan.

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Idea: An online platform for verifying resumes for job-seekers The startup is working with employers like Microsoft, with plans to expand to the finance, health, and education sectors

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An on-demand home health care service, built on the promise that “people don’t want to be dependent on others” and the idea that “your doctor is your friend”. The startup is currently in 10 markets with plans to expand to 10 more markets.

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A startup that helps e-commerce businesses expand globally. The company says it has helped over 1,000 merchants expand into more than 60 new countries. The company has already launched its first product, a global e-commerce marketplace, to the public and has launched in six countries.

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A social network for the deaf, modeled after its popular iPhone app. The company has expanded its offerings to include audio versions of the app for the deaf and hard of hearing.

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A $1 cloud-based platform for sharing your music, where friends can listen to it for free. The app is already on the Apple Store, and the company is looking to expand to Android and Windows.

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

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 A company that provides a platform to connect small businesses to vendors, giving them a chance to expand their business without committing to a big purchase.

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As a person’s social circle expands, it gets harder to keep track of old and new friends. Fellow is a service that helps you keep track of everyone you know, and share them with others.

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A startup focused on expanding the definition of who and what can be a customer

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The startup behind Pachube has expanded into the market for connected devices that allow users to collect and share data. The company has launched two other products since the acquisition: the Pachube Watch, which is a customizable wristband that can be paired with smart devices to collect fitness data and share data with other devices, and the Pachube Photo, which is a way for users to capture and share their photos with other users.

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Work-at-home tech support for small businesses. The startup is based in the Bay Area and recently raised $3 million to expand internationally.

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A startup that connects businesses in China and the US to help them expand overseas.

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A startup that provides people with umbrellas that can expand in diameter if it starts to rain so they don't need to get an umbrella for every rainstorm

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This startup is building a platform for college students to manage their finances. It was built for students at a New York university, but the startup is raising a seed round to expand into more campuses.

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A way to track and pay for university teaching gigs in India. The company says they already have payment processing partnerships in place in India and are looking to expand to other countries. SENSEI is one of the only companies that offer this kind of service in India.

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A startup that wants to help employers manage the ever-expanding amount of “digital content” they need to produce.

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A startup that uses facial recognition to identify and tag art pieces in museums. The startup has a $3.5 million Series A to build out its platform, and plans to expand to other museums.

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A company that provides a way for users to access health insurance across all markets for a month. The startup is expanding to the US.

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A company that provides global data analysts with insights into consumer trends in real time. The startup is growing its team and expanding globally. It has raised $2 million to date from O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and CrunchFund. It will be based in San Francisco.

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A startup that makes it easy for retailers to accept payments from third-party app integrations, with plans to expand internationally.

85

Ponzi-like investment scheme for the bitcoin community. They are a bitcoin company that offers a service which allows people to invest or lend bitcoins without having to exchange them for other currencies. The startup is currently only operating in India, with plans to expand to other countries.

85

A food delivery service that takes a cut of each order. The startup’s delivery partners are close to becoming available in Brooklyn, with plans to expand to a dozen more by the end of the year. The startup charges a 20% delivery fee.

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A startup that helps people in rural areas expand their businesses and access markets otherwise out of reach.

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An on-demand gig service that pays users with gift cards to merchants. The startup currently has two pilot customers in the UK, and plans to expand to the US in the coming months.

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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.

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A startup that connects high school students to internships and part-time jobs at startups. It operates in the US, Canada, and the UK, with plans to expand to Australia, the Netherlands, and Germany in the future.

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A company aiming to expand the college degree market by making an alternative to the traditional college experience.

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A provider of microfinance loans to rural communities in the US. The startup is entering markets in India, Pakistan and Ghana to expand the profitability of its loans.

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

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Y Combinator’s newest batch of companies has expanded the YC Network to over 200 companies, including 50 who’ve raised a combined $325 million in capital.

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A startup that wants to make your money work for you, without having to do the work yourself. The company’s first product is a small device that makes it easier for people to open their credit card accounts, and has plans to expand to other financial products like insurance.

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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.

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A design studio that helps companies create engaging, unique, and user-friendly websites. They have a portfolio of clients, including Liberty Mutual, and are looking to expand their market.

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A startup for remote work in the US. It’s building a marketplace for remote workers to work together, with plans to expand to other markets.

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A startup that is building a “social to-do list” for small- to mid-sized businesses. The startup is currently working with 250 businesses in San Francisco, and plans to expand to other U.S. cities. It charges $20 per month for its platform.

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A tool that lets people “tag” posts so that they can find them later. “Tag” then sends people links to the posts they’ve tagged. Tag is currently focused on the UK but has plans to expand to the US.

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The company has a fleet of self-driving delivery vans that can deliver anything from groceries to dry cleaning to furniture. The startup has 100 drivers in its first city of Los Angeles and plans to expand to other cities in the US and abroad.

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The startup is looking to digitize the process of back-office data entry. Based in San Francisco, the startup is currently focused on the insurance industry, though it's looking to expand into the retail and hospitality markets.

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 Startup building software for farmers to help them understand weather patterns and predict crop yields. It also plans to create a bank for farmers, and expand into a larger platform for farmers to exchange information.

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This is a software-as-a-service platform that allows members to buy and sell bitcoin with zero fees. The startup currently only works with digital currencies, and only with verified users, but plans to expand its service to other financial instruments in the future.

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A platform to help employers find and hire remote workers. The startup has launched in the UK, and is looking to expand to other countries.

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A startup that wants to help people unload the debt they've accrued from student loans. They are currently working with 3,000 borrowers in the UK and hope to expand to the US in the next 12 months.

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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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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.

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A platform that allows landlords to manage their rental units, connecting them to homebuyers and letting agents. The pitch is that it gives landlords a new way to run their business, helping them collect rent and keep track of their properties. It’s available in the UK and Australia at the moment, although they’re looking to expand internationally.

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A startup that helps companies in the most remote areas of the world expand their operations, and most of all, connect with customers.

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This is a startup that makes hardware that makes it easier to pick up and carry your coffee without scalding yourself. The company is currently only selling to the US, but they’re looking to expand internationally, and have raised $1.3M in funding from DFJ.

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A payment platform for international businesses that make money abroad. The startup wants to help these firms expand their business into new markets without dealing with the hassle of currency conversion.

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A startup aiming to make it easier for people to go out and get the medicine they need. They already have a patient app and have built a “pocket pharmacy” pharmacy, and aim to expand to services such as mental health and pharmaceuticals.

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An online marketplace for e-commerce merchants to sell their products and services in bulk. The startup is currently focused on the US, but has plans to expand internationally.

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Say Hello is a video messaging app for the deaf community in the US. The company is looking to expand internationally, and has expanded to Brazil and Germany.

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A startup that wants to replace the need for cashiers at your local grocery store. It’s a kiosk with a full-sized grocery store inside, with plans to expand to more locations in the future. They’re currently in beta in Philadelphia.

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A startup to monitor and manage small businesses and their expenses. The company operates in the UK, France, and Switzerland, and is currently in the process of expanding to the US.

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A tool to help companies estimate the time it will take to complete software development projects. Currently only for-profit SaaS companies, the startup wants to expand into the nonprofit and hardware sectors in the future.

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A company hoping to make it easier for companies to own and manage their IP, bringing a digital licensing alternative to the enterprise. The company is based in NYC, has raised $1.5 million, and is looking to use the funding to expand.

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A startup that uses AI to determine which ads and product pages are most relevant to users and then serves those ads to them. The company is currently working with advertisers to build these models and is looking to expand to other verticals.

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Jeeves is a service that lets people reserve rooms on Airbnb, post photos, and chat with hosts. It’s currently running in San Francisco and Los Angeles and has plans to expand to New York City, Chicago, and Washington, DC.

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A company that provides a way for people to apply to jobs directly from the phone. It’s currently working in the UK, and has plans to expand to other countries.

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A tool for hotels to keep track of their assets and track down items that are lost, stolen, or damaged. The startup is already working with hotels in Brazil and Colombia and wants to expand to other Latin American markets as well.

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A digital assistant that helps you complete tasks, like finding a restaurant, booking a table, or helping with a reservation. The assistant is currently only available in the US, but the company wants to expand to more countries.

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A digital assistant that helps users book doctors' appointments and communicate with doctors. The startup launched in May in the US, with plans to expand to the UK, India, and Mexico.

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A startup that intends to use the momentum of the cryptocurrency community to grow and expand its platform for other crypto-related companies. It’s a tool for users to buy and sell digital assets.

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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.

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Social network for content creators that wants to be the next Instagram. It’s already active in France, Spain, and Germany with plans to expand to the U.S. and Asia.

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A startup that wants to help businesses automate and expand processes with new tools and software.

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This startup is building a platform for location-based mobile advertising aimed at driving in-app purchases and attracting shoppers. The startup is currently focused on shopping malls in the US, but they have plans to expand to other verticals.

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The app is currently in private beta, but the startup aims to expand to the US market and other countries.

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Idea: A company that helps parents keep track of their kids’ activities at school The company wants to use data science to help parents see what’s going on inside classrooms and, as it grows, is looking to expand into other verticals, including medicine

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A company that helps small businesses gather data about their customers, and is now expanding to help retailers do the same. The company’s founding team previously worked at Google Analytics.

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This is streamlining the process of managing employees in-person and remotely by making it much easier to communicate with employees, set up meetings, and review schedules. The company is currently piloting with large retailers, and plans to expand to other verticals in the future.

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This is a service that lets you order groceries through the phone and text. The startup is working with a chain of grocery stores and hopes to expand to other cities.

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A digital storefront for selling and marketing your art. The company is currently focused on artists whose work is sold by galleries, but it wants to expand into more verticals.

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A startup that helps you find free and cheap parking in NYC, Baltimore and Los Angeles. It’s already live in NYC, and will expand to LA and Baltimore in the coming months.

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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.

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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.

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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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This is a mobile application that helps people find the nearest bus stop for their commute. It’s more than just a tool to find routes, the app also provides real-time alerts to riders who are nearby, letting them know when the next bus is arriving. Founded in June, the startup has plans to expand to other cities and has run tests in San Francisco and Minneapolis.

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A startup that sends flowers to a person's phone. The startup, which launched in May, has partnered with over 50 retailers and plans to expand into more.

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A startup that builds custom smart shoes for people with disabilities. The shoes use a wireless accelerometer and Bluetooth technology to detect movement and alert a person when they’re about to fall. The startup is currently working with the military, but is looking to expand into consumer markets.

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A travel health insurance company for the U.S. market, which is trying to cover a profitable market with an under-insured customer base. It’s currently in the UK, and is looking to expand to the US.

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A “real-time messaging application that enables people to communicate online in real-time”. They’re working with tech firms in the Washington DC area, and say they expect to expand beyond their current market by 2020.

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A digital marketplace for students to buy and sell classes, with pricing based on student demand. The company has piloted the platform with 500 students, and will expand to other colleges and universities next year.

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A mobile app that helps people track their exercise and lose weight. They are looking to expand into new markets, possibly in New York.

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An enterprise-focused Slack alternative, with focus on teams that need to collaborate. The company has also been expanding into other areas like marketing, design, engineering, and other business functions.

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A B2B company created to help dog-walkers and pet sitters book their customers’ pets online. They’ve completed a $1.5 million seed round, and plan to expand to the UK and Australia in the coming months.

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This company wants to make the process of getting a business loan easier for the unbanked. It’s currently testing in the US, but they’re looking to expand internationally too.

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A startup that helps merchants expand their brick-and-mortar locations. It provides a software platform that allows them to easily manage their inventory, pricing, and employees.

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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.

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A company that provides “next-generation” insurance solutions to companies with higher liability risks. The company’s approach is a bit atypical, as they say they’re not “selling” insurance, but rather “managing” the risk of the company. The startup says they’re already working with more than a dozen clients with plans to expand to 20 more before the end of 2019.

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A company that builds “smart” homes for elderly people. The startup offers wireless, automated home assistance systems to help people age in place. They’re currently only available in a small number of homes, with plans to expand to more.

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This company is building a pipeline connecting the cities that are most in need of food. The company says that it’s selling a food and water delivery system that is working in 12 US cities, and is now looking to expand to China and the Indian Subcontinent.

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A bitcoin exchange for retailers and small businesses that want to accept the cryptocurrency. The startup is currently focusing on the US, with plans to expand internationally.

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A platform for selling and buying used cars, introduced at YC’s Demo Day in 2015. The startup brings a car buying platform to a market where many people don’t have credit or don’t want to deal with the hassle of financing. It’s already in use in the Bay Area, and is looking to expand to other areas of the country.

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A startup that provides on-demand access to a local barista. The concept is similar to Uber Eats, except these “district kitchens” are meant to be in neighborhoods that don’t have their own cafes. The service is currently only available in one city, but plans to expand to others in the near future.

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A mobile app that helps people find the best deals on local flights. The startup is already seeing 1,000 downloads every week and is expanding nationally with a $500,000 investment.

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This startup is building an app that helps you browse and buy clothes in a world where it’s hard to find a style you like. At launch, the app will feature over 1,000 brands from across the world, but the plan is to expand to everything.

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A platform for low cost college housing. The startup is now working with one university, and plans to expand to many more in the coming years.

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A startup that offers personalized workouts based on how your body moves during those activities. The startup’s first clients are in the health and fitness sector, but they hope to expand to other sectors like education or corporate wellness.

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A startup that connects home owners with homeowners insurance. The startup has raised $3 million to expand its product to 43 states.

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A payment solution for contractors and service providers. The company has a base of high-volume users in the US and is looking to expand internationally.

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A startup that creates apps for restaurants, choosing to partner with restaurants that have a “local” feel. The startup is currently focusing on the US and UK, but plans to expand to other countries.

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A startup for people to buy and sell products directly from their phones, and for sellers to receive payment via Venmo. The company is looking to expand into a marketplace with services like insurance and education.

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A platform that provides an online store for small retailers or artisans, selling products they created themselves. The startup is based in India and is looking to expand to other South Asian countries.

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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.

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A startup for underwriters of auto insurance in the EU. They’re working to expand across the United States.

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A platform that helps small businesses create marketing videos, and plans to expand to other video platforms in the future.

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 A new kind of e-banking system for Latin America, which is designed to improve the experience of active bank customers. The company plans to launch in Brazil in the next few months and expand thereafter.

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A tool for companies to use for employee scheduling, with plans to expand to a paid subscription model later

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A North American-based women’s health company looking to expand globally, with a focus on finding a way to provide women with a safe and easy way to have regular checkups.

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A company that focuses on customer engagement for retailers and restaurants. It’s currently in beta for 10,000 users, and the founders say they’re looking to expand to markets outside the US.

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Tribute functions as a shared custody platform for various family members, allowing them to track spending and keep track of things like medical records. The startup is currently only focused on family members, but is looking to expand to other kinds of multi-family sharing.

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A startup that’s expanding into the US health insurance and education markets by providing a platform for healthcare providers to manage their patient records.

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This startup is building an AI-powered customer service chatbot that can help companies do customer service work without a human. Right now it works for customer support, but the company is planning to expand into other areas.

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A startup looking to make it easier for companies to hire and fire employees. The system’s algorithms help companies find the best people, and eliminate the high-conflict humans in the process. The company also offers a “health score” for each job candidate. The company says they’ve operated in New York and LA and are now expanding to other parts of the country.

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A startup that helps health care organizations make more effective referrals to specialists. It’s currently being used by a network of 20 hospitals in Boston, with plans to expand to the rest of the US within the next six months.

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A platform that helps people ask for things on their phones. The startup has been working with a number of companies and wants to expand their platform into other verticals.

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The startup’s pitch is that “we help people save money by visiting restaurants that are good, but not the best.” The app now has 100,000 users in the UK, and its founders say they’ll be able to expand globally if their funding round meets its goal.

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A company that provides on-demand delivery of grocery items to homes in the US. The startup, which was founded in July, is focused on expanding its brand to other cities.

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A money transfer service for the African market. The startup is launching in Cameroon in August and will expand to other countries as it progresses. The founders say their product is already being used in more than 60 countries.

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VentureBeat is an American technology news and media company based in New York City. It was founded in 2009 as a print publication, and has since expanded to include a website and mobile apps, and became a venture-backed startup.

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A startup that wants to build a marketplace where people can trade used computers. It’s already started in Brazil but wants to expand into other countries.

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A few years after launching in NY, the startup has expanded to three conference markets.

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A tech-enabled market for finding and hiring high-quality freelancers. The company’s aim is to help small businesses expand their reach and have access to a more comprehensive pool of talent.

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This startup is building software for businesses to keep track of their expensive items, which they can then take to their local jeweler instead of paying a check out fee. They also plan to expand to offer an app that allows customers to track the location of their purchases, so they can get a full refund if the item is lost or stolen.

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A startup looking to help companies in the telecom industry expand their businesses into new countries. The company is building a platform that allows companies to easily explore new markets.

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A startup that wants to build a social credit system in China. They say that if you’re the type of person who might not be able to get a loan in China — like someone living in a rural village — then your credit score will be pretty low. The startup wants to build an online platform to expand the reach of credit scores to everyone.

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In August 2018, the company raised a $2.5 million seed round from Right Side Capital, and has since expanded to New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco.

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A food delivery startup that only delivers food and drink that’s been on the premises for a couple hours. It’s already expanded into DC and NYC.

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A real estate brokerage that helps people buy and sell homes in Brazil. The startup makes it possible to get an apartment in Brazil in under 30 minutes. It currently has 1,500 agents, but wants to expand to other countries.

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A startup that’s creating a digital concierge service for everyday tasks. The company hopes to expand into household services, driving their business model with the same $1 per month fee they charge for their concierge service.

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An adtech startup that targets ads to users based on what they’re doing on the web. They’re currently focused on mobile apps and are looking to expand to other platforms.

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Capto is a one-stop app that helps connect customers with suppliers and help them find the best deals. The startup says it has a userbase of over 2.5 million, and plans to expand to more countries in Latin America.

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Based on the startup’s founder’s work at Kiva, a nonprofit that helps people in poverty create micro loans, the startup wants to expand its service to provide people in the US loans at a lower cost. It currently serves small businesses in 30 US cities.

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A “social network for bikers” looking to expand to Brazil.

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This service helps international students apply for visas, complete their medical exams, and file for work permits. They have 2 employees, with a goal to expand to 8.

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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.

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A platform that allows users to sign up for CB Insights premium and get access to an ad-free and expanded set of reports and data.

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A platform for buying and selling precious metals in the US, which is working to expand internationally.

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A platform for developing video games and other digital content. They're hiring a CEO to grow the company and have plans to expand from the Bay to LA, New York and beyond.

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A platform for the entertainment industry to create, manage, and monetize its content. The startup says it will help artists “pivot to new business models, stay profitable, and expand their business”.

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A startup for creative workers, including photographers, videographers, and designers. It’s a bit like Upwork but without the middle man — and is looking to expand nationally.

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Startups that made the list last year but haven't expanded to the US yet

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A B2B service for CRM, with plans to expand to other businesses in different verticals.

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Team managing the creation of a digital version of a physical game. Started as a team working on video games, it now has a mobile game in production, with the goal of using the startup’s technology to expand into a broader gaming experience.

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A meeting scheduler for small businesses. It’s designed to be easy to use for simple scheduling, and free for five people. The founders say that they’ve got customers in the Bay area, and plans to expand to the East Coast in the next year.

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An online clothing retailer that’s already built an online store for its own clothing line. They’re looking to expand their product line with new designers and consumers, who can find their products in the app.

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A company that helps recruiters, called “instaCandidate,” compete with LinkedIn by posting candidates in a more fun and unique way. InstaCandidate has a branch in India, and is looking to expand to the United States.

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An online payday lender that offers short-term loans of $500 to $2,500 to customers who are struggling to get by. The company is currently in New York City - it is looking to expand to other cities.

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A tool that allows employers to expand their hiring by bringing on remote or freelance workers.

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(New Zealand) The startup helps B2B companies expand and grow their customer base. They recently won a R10M contract from the New Zealand Government.

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A payment processing platform for small businesses. The startup, which was founded in April, has already earned $200,000 in revenue, with plans to expand internationally in the next 12 months.

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A way to collect feedback from customers in the US, with plans to expand to Canada.

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A company that allows customers to control their home’s temperature, lighting, and other systems using an app. The startup plans to launch in NYC first, but they're looking to expand to other cities soon.

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A startup that helps brands and retailers manage their inventory. It’s currently focused on the grocery industry, and hopes to expand to other industries.

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A platform that helps combat counterfeit products, with an API that merchants can integrate into their own e-commerce platforms. It’s mostly for the fashion industry, although it may expand to other markets.

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A startup working to help recruiters and HR managers connect with potential hires, avoiding data silos and the time it takes to search for the exact candidate. They’re working in the US, the UK, Australia, Singapore, and New Zealand, with plans to expand to Canada and the Philippines in 2020.

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This startup, focused on Latinos, began as a translation tool for web and mobile applications and has since expanded to other services. It employs over 100 translators and has over 200,000 active users.

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A high-end, high-margin business-to-business e-commerce platform for professional services that started off as a B2B tool for lawyers but has since expanded to business-to-consumer.

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A way to make it easy for people to send money from their bank account to their friends and family across the world. The startup is only in the US currently, but aims to expand internationally.

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 This startup launched in March in the UK and is planning to expand to the US. The company is building a phone app that connects people to someone who can perform home inspections for them, and is currently running a pilot in the UK.

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A startup that wants to help in-home care providers track patients’ needs, be it in the form of groceries or home medical equipment. The startup launched in Brazil, and plans to expand to other countries.

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A new way to book airfare with a focus on flexible travel options. The startup wants to expand the options to include home-away-from-home programs, and will work with companies to offer payment plans, etc.

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A company that works with local governments and nonprofit organizations to help them get free, city-wide WiFi for their residents. They have funded and built their own network in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and expanded to New Orleans, Detroit, and Indianapolis.

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A startup that provides customers with the ability to pay bills, bank transfers, and other expenses with their mobile phones. The company’s founders say they’ve already signed up 300,000 users and are working to expand their service to other countries.

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Idea: A digital marketing firm building a platform that helps companies target customers through chatbots Their first target market is tech support, but the startup wants to expand into other verticals

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Idea: A co-working space in Colombia that is growing quickly The company is currently in a few pilot locations and is looking to expand rapidly They have a waitlist of over 50 companies

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Idea: An online marketplace to trade used and broken smartphones The startup is currently focused on the UK but is looking to expand to other countries

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Idea: A community directory for short-term housing aimed at tourists and newcomers to a city. The startup is planning to expand to other cities in the future.

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A startup for freelance designers. The startup has plans to expand to include a wider variety of creative services including programming, video and audio production and web design.

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