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 A micro-funding platform for entrepreneurs, reducing the cost of startup capital for high growth startups by providing a mechanism for investors to match their own funds with the startups they care about. The goal is to save startups money on the front end while generating real returns on the back end.


A company that uses Microsoft Azure to help businesses create and manage online store fronts


This startup is building a platform for American farmers to sell their goods to consumers worldwide. The startup aims to use a mix of digital store fronts and technology to deliver to consumers in countries like India and China, where the rural population has been growing.


This app helps content creators sell their products on Amazon, using a digital storefront.


A tool for creating custom front-end web applications with a drag-and-drop interface


A startup that helps freelancers get paid up front, then moves that money to a business account if they don’t get enough gigs booked in a given period of time. Today it has paying customers in the US, UK, and Australia, and is profitable.


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.


A startup that helps the kinds of freelancers that build websites for clients, by getting them money upfront for their work.


A startup that provides an online toolkit for building ecommerce storefronts.


A startup that helps companies focus on getting products in front of customers rather than spending too much time on marketing.


An eCommerce company that offers virtual and physical storefronts for customers to order from.


A company that helps crews build and launch new apps without a lot of upfront capital. It’s launching with an app that helps small businesses with the software development process—from project definition to iteration on a prototype to launch.


A platform that helps recruiters lower the barriers to getting in front of candidates, even when candidates are only in the US and abroad with different time zones.


A new way to create personalized cards, with a variety of materials printed on the front. It’s a way to create business cards that are more meaningful than traditional business cards.


A startup that helps small business owners manage and grow their business across the internet by allowing them to create a virtual storefront, and tap into the expertise of other entrepreneurs.


A platform for businesses to manage their employee headshots, from the front-facing photos they’re used to seeing on LinkedIn to the full-on professional headshots.


A company that wants to help retailers and restaurant chains build their own online storefronts from scratch. The startup helps with building the critical first step of a business, from creating a landing page to getting the store’s inventory all set up.


A way of creating a digital storefront to sell products on Amazon.com with 3% of sales going to the seller.


A tool that lets you create and manage your own personal e-commerce store. The startup aims to help you create a storefront, or online shop, on Shopify or WooCommerce that will be managed entirely by you.


A company that helps brands co-create merchandise for sale, using a virtual store front to sell the items.


A startup that provides professional services for marketing, design, and technology to brands that want to set up their own online storefronts.


BizCloud is building an app that allows companies to turn any website into a digital storefront. This would allow them to create an “app store” and sell digital products and services.


The startup is building a service that they describe as “the Uber of air travel”. It replaces the “front-end” that users deal with when they book a flight and instead of a travel agent, will connect them directly with an itinerary.


A cloud-based platform for e-commerce that allows sellers to create their own storefronts.


A digital storefront for low-income people to buy used items from other people across the country, with a focus on items that are hard to find in the country.


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.


P2P lending is the new frontier for startups, with this one looking to build a P2P borrowing platform.


A tool that helps businesses make and manage their own digital storefronts, which they plug into their website.


A startup that aims to make it easier for marketers to get their wares in front of creative people, and for creative people to get paid for their work.


A company that helps small businesses by giving them a platform to get their products in front of large-scale advertisers.


A company that helps retail chains and radio stations travel agency and tour operators to create their own digital storefronts.


This startup is building a tool that allows small businesses to sell items on their own websites, without worrying about offline inventory or storefronts.


The company wants to make it easier for people to sell their old games online with a digital storefront, and also make it easier for people to get paid when they find bugs in games.


A tool to help a team collaborate more easily by giving them a “Morning Scrum” checklist up front and allowing them to complete the checklist in the morning.


A tool for freelancers that allows them to create invoices with no upfront cost or monthly subscription. The startup is looking to be a cheaper alternative to Upwork and Freelancer.


A startup for crowd-sourcing, developed by the founders of Yelp, to help providers compete for customers. It’s currently a beta app, but the founders say it will be available for businesses to use in the coming weeks. If it catches on, it could disrupt the way users find and book services by grouping a person’s needs in front of a provider that has been vetted by the community.


a free front-end application for Gmail that allows users to download and share their email directly to other messaging apps. The company’s aim is to provide a simpler, more intuitive interface for users to manage their email.


allows companies to create online shopfronts for their products, eliminating the need for physical storefronts. It’s growing quickly, and recently closed a $3.8 million series A round.


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.


A platform for small businesses to rent or lease their storefronts, with a backend API that developers can use to build apps for managing rental inventory and payments.


A tool for those who sell their own art, such as artists, musicians, and writers. It allows people to set up a storefront and sell their works to paying customers.


A startup that aims to build a platform for online contracts. The company wants users to pay for services in advance without paying upfront fees.


A small team of developers who specialize in both front-end and back-end development. The startup is looking to build a web platform to integrate data from other sources into Tableau. They’re currently $5,000 in debt.


A startup that lets users pay for their own ads on websites and social media. The startup is also announcing its first acquisition, a company called ad optimization engine Storefront that has developed a technology to show ads to people based on their demographic profile.


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.


A front-end real-time interface for log management


This startup lets retailers build a custom app for their business. The idea is to let retailers build a store-specific app that gives them the tools to keep track of inventory, take reservations, and handle loyalty programs. It’s like a storefront made for the store.


A digital storefront for physical objects, similar to Etsy but focused on travel and experiences.


This startup is building a “connector” for B2B companies to get their voice and image out to the world and get their products and services in front of the right people.


A digital storefront for artists and designers to sell their own artwork and designs.


A startup that aims to make it easier for small business owners to have a storefront presence on the internet. Instead of opening a website the company works with businesses to have a simple storefront integrated into their existing business.


Helping companies lower the cost of building a loyalty program by allowing users to opt in to a loyalty program without the need for one upfront.


This startup is building a way of getting more people involved in investing. Think about it as putting a more accessible and polite version of robo-advisors front and center.


A tool for small businesses to create a “digital storefront” for their products, which then appears on their website.


A platform for student loans, with no upfront fees. They’re currently in talks with over 100 banks to make it available to their customers.


A startup that’s targeting the financial services industry with the idea of developing a platform for people to sign up for payday loans. The startup has already built the back end for this app and is now working on the front end.


A tool that helps users find, contact and automate the adoption of new mobile workflows. The startup wants to help organizations with the upfront and ongoing costs of getting employees to adopt new mobile apps.


A company that wants to build a platform for local businesses to get their products in front of people who are interested, by connecting them to other local businesses.


A sort of storefront for people selling their used items, with a focus on selling “non-traditional” goods, like vintage clothing or vinyl records.


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.


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


A platform that helps distributors get in front of retail customers, helping them to create and market online shopping experiences.


A platform that helps photographers build portfolios using a variety of photos. The startup is bootstrapped and currently working to get in front of bloggers and other influencers before it's ready for a round.


A platform to help retailers sell their products. The startup recently launched a “marketplace” where it displays products from different retailers that it has teamed up with on a branded storefront.


This works to match and hire the best freelancers on the web, with a focus on software engineers and front-end developers.


A startup that wants to help retailers and brands use their social media channels to get their products in front of people buying them.


A startup that sells a product where you can set your kids up with a set of flashcards, then the flash cards have a QR code on them and a camera sits in front of the flash card and when


Idea: A company that helps companies increase their sales by getting their software in front of more people


Idea: A startup that makes a $500 software-as-a-service platform for managing storefronts. These give pop-up shops a chance to set up shop in a new city in a matter of hours.


Idea: Fuctional programming is one of the frontiers of software development, and this startup is building a tool to help developers better understand the functional code they’re writing.


The company, known as “The Pick”, is building a system that helps users find the products they need when they’re not in the store. The Pick offers a digital storefront and mobile app that allow users to search products, compare prices, and get delivery times.