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A home delivery service for groceries, fully automated. Currently working in San Francisco.


A startup that provides a service where people who are visiting a new city can get a box of carefully selected items that will help them enjoy their stay


A travel app that claims to be fully integrated with Airbnb. The startup’s founders say they’ve already been in talks with Airbnb about using their platform.


For those who can’t afford to pay for a full-time financial advisor, this startup offers hourly advice via phone or video.


A startup that connects on-demand workers with companies that require workers who are not full-time


A scheduling tool for people with a full-time schedule who are looking to find time to go to the gym.


A startup building an app that helps companies manage their international workflows. The solution is aimed at companies that have multiple different offices around the world, be they full-time or digital nomads.


A full-stack app development company that focuses on building apps for mobile, desktop, and web.


A full mobile app, including complex Web and SMS APIs for processing payments.


A startup that helps quickly build custom web pages for brands, selling them to clients at a fixed price. The startup wants to replace the very expensive full-page print ad with a mobile-friendly digital display ad. Their potential clients include agencies, brands and ad tech companies.


A sustainability project that uses IoT sensors to monitor the environment. There are over 1 billion sensors in use today, but they’re not being used to their full potential.


A platform that helps people find the right property for a vacation or retreat. The company is focused on creating a full-service vacation rental in every coastal rental market.


Two founders left YC to build a $10 per month service to help food delivery services become more cost effective and more like an on-demand service. It’s available in a few cities in the US, and it’s simple: a “geofenced” area with a few delivery zones that are cheaper than a full city block.


A Boston-based startup that wants to take on Slack. The startup is creating a full-fledged chat platform that they say can go head to head with Slack. The company, which has raised $2.5 million and has no product yet, is based in the city’s Innovation District.


Creating a social network for small business owners. The business plan is to start with a $10/month subscription service and then build a full social network for small businesses.


The idea: A mobile phone that can be powered by your body movement, rather than by a battery. The goal is for the device to be small enough to fit in your pocket, but powerful enough to run a full computer. The company was founded in May 2016 by two ex-Apple engineers.


A tool for building virtual reality experiences. The company’s tools allow you to build any kind of VR experience, from a simple 360-degree panoramic video to a full-blown VR experience.


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 messaging app for API providers that lets developers create a messaging interface for their apps without having to write a full chat bot.


A tool to help connect students with secondary education with students in a similar grade at a university. The startup helps with translation and registration, and says it has successfully helped one student find a roommate for her roommate’s apartment.


A “full stack” financial planning and management tool, which is supposed to help people make smarter financial decisions.


A startup that wants to help small-business owners run their businesses without hiring a full-time employee. They provide a suite of tools, from a scheduling app to a CRM to help you get things done.


A tool for finding and hiring full-time, live-in housekeepers


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.


A hardware startup that is building a fully autonomous delivery vehicle


Currently, we are only hiring for full-time roles. We are not accepting applications for internships at this time. We are not accepting applications for part-time roles.


A hardware startup that’s building a way for software to run on physical products, such as a keyboard or a mouse, instead of being software-only. The startup wants to create a device that can connect to a computer and transform a physical object into a fully-functional computer.


This is a fully automated dairy company that aims to sell its milk in a box. The startup uses a robot to make the milk, and plans to distribute in 100,000 restaurants.


A tool for creating a “beautiful and fully-featured” website in just 15 minutes.


These compostable cups are meant to help coffee shops reduce their packaging waste. They can be full of coffee or tea or soup and you can recycle them, but they don’t break down in landfills.


The startup wants to make it easier for people to invest their money. They’re currently working with a few banks, and their goal is to have a fully working product within a year.


The startup wants to make your web browser a full-fledged programming language that you can write programs in.


 A third-party insurance company that offers $0 monthly premiums to customers who pay in full every month.


This startup is building a closed social network for people who are physically or emotionally unable to socialize with others in the same way as most of the world. The idea is that they’ll want to be part of a social network, but they can’t be fully active because of a physical or emotional impairment.


A startup that helps people get their car inspected, selling it to insurance companies as an add-on rather than for the full cost of inspection.


A two-year-old startup that builds tools for the lucrative e-commerce market in China. The startup has a system that allows online shoppers to track orders, and has a team of about 20 full-time developers.


"A company that helps businesses go from idea to profitable reality. We help founders build ideas from day one and help them launch them successfully."


A software-as-a-service platform that allows merchants to have a fully functional self-service checkout lane via a webpage.


A platform for online retailers to sell products, primarily on Amazon, Shopify, and AliExpress. The startup wants to provide more of a full platform for e-commerce companies, allowing them to accept payments, manage inventory and payment processing, and integrate with Stripe to get paid.


This startup wants to create a unique way to pay for items online that goes beyond a checkout. It allows payment to be made with a phone’s fingerprint, and will allow merchants to accept payment in-app. They have released a beta app which has been downloaded by 2,000 users. It plans to release a full app in the fourth quarter of 2019.


A complete package of functionality for startups to implement into their iOS and Android apps. Its founders say that it’s different from a framework in that it is its own full stack.


A company that aims to create a unified market for global enterprises to buy and sell global inventory. The startup is taking a basic model of eBay for sourcing global products and turning them into a full-service marketplace.


A startup that gives you a way to help manage your finances without having to go to a full-service bank. The startup wants to serve as a more simple way for consumers to manage their finances and wants to be a part of the conversation around empowering consumers.


A social network for dog walkers. Doggy is currently on its way to being a full-fledged startup, with a product release in September and a $200k seed round led by Seedcamp.


In an interview with TechCrunch, the company said it was building a “mobile first,” “on-demand” fully-distributed video streaming platform.


A product that claims to help people transition from a full-time to a part-time lifestyle. It’s working with about 10 clients in the US.


A full service accounting solution for small businesses, including invoicing, bookkeeping, payroll and accounting. It’s also a software as a service (SaaS) offering.


A health care company that aims to make it easy for patients to access, at a fraction of the cost of traditional health insurance, the full range of doctor and hospital services.


A chatbot that helps you manage your personal brand. The startup aims to be the first company to bring a full-service personal branding platform to the web.


A company that makes a tool that helps small businesses hire full-time help, with help in categories like marketing, communications, sales, and design.


A health insurance, retirement planning, and investment platform. The company is building a full stack product, taking everything from claims to investment management out of a user’s hands.


This is a company that makes a mechanical keyboard that is fully programmable with over a million possible keyboard configurations as well as being hackable. The company is now shipping pre-order keyboards.


Missed the deadline Here are the other ideas that didn't make it, but hopefully will in the future.


A startup that helps businesses manage their payments and invoices, which the founders say is significantly more effective than spreadsheets. It aims to be a full-stack solution for companies in need of a better way to manage their accounts receivable.


This startup is building an app to help companies decide between what they call “full stack” or “micro-services” architectures.


A full-stack SMS API for India. The startup says it can process 10 million messages per hour.


A platform that lets companies share their contractors and subcontractors. The startup is building a way for small businesses to pay their workers on time and in full, and as a result, is already working with over 40 customers.


Ideny is a platform that lets users share their ideas in written form, get feedback from others, and see a live visual representation of their ideas – so they can see how others are responding to their thoughts. Their results indicate that they’ve successfully engaged more than 80,000 people in the process.


A startup that helps companies provide “full-stack” support for their products, from product design and development through sales and support.


A startup that aims to make the act of sending and receiving money as simple and friction-free as possible. Cred is a fully digital, mobile, and online solution that is as easy to use as an ATM.


A cloud-based accounting software that helps companies simplify their accounting, with a focus on helping retailers and other small businesses that don’t have a full-time accounting department.


Idea: A free, full-stack, hosted CI/CD platform for web and mobile apps


Idea: Earning a living as a full-time freelancer


Idea: A solution for helping people buy and sell used items on Craigslist easier, converting the site into a full-on marketplace


Idea: A company that makes a smart fork for people that are trying to lose weight. The fork vibrates when you overeat, sending a signal to the brain that you’re full.


Idea: A German-based startup that offers a browser-based solution for online retailers to run a full-fledged e-commerce business.


Idea: A social network for people who, as they put it, don’t do social media. This startup is trying to build a product that’s fun and distraction-free so that people can connect more meaningfully.


Idea: An automated platform for “in-app” marketing and advertising. Essentially, the startup lets brands advertise inside of other apps, and then track whether those ads successfully inspired users to install the sponsored app.


Idea: A startup that provides a full-stack CRM for nonprofit organizations. The founders claim the product has a 3x conversion rate compared to other major players, and is focused on helping nonprofits do more for less money.