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A chat bot that helps you find the cheapest flights to your destination, set alerts for when prices drop, and handle tons of other travel-related tasks. The startup is focused on helping travelers manage their itineraries and get the most out of their travel.
This startup wants to help companies get a better handle on their waste. It’s working on ways to monitor what they throw away, and to recycle more of it.
A shopping site for second-hand, used books
A company that allows users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies without having to handle the technical side of it.
This startup makes it easy for businesses to find a contractor to handle a job.
The startup makes on-demand cleaners available for home services, largely to help cities manage their waste. By putting the service in the hands of users, it helps cities cut costs and be more efficient.
A rewards platform that lets people earn points for doing things with their phones, like taking a photo, following accounts and businesses, and more. Bunch can be redeemed for cash, merchandise, or travel.
A software company that uses machine learning to manage and handle re-ordering and inventory for online stores.
A startup that plans to disrupt the $20 billion handbag industry with a new line of handbags by using 3D printing. The startup is teaming with luxury fashion brand Michael Kors for the launch of the first products.
A company that wants to be the “Uber of home security”, letting people pay for home security devices with their credit cards and then let the company handle the rest. The company has raised $10 million in a Series A.
A startup that’s building a web browser with a “no-keyboard” feature, simulating a “touchscreen” experience for people who can’t use their hands.
An e-commerce platform for the fashion industry. They say that their technology can help fashion brands save billions of dollars in handling admin tasks.
A company that’s building a platform that handles all of a company’s customer service and HR needs for a monthly fee of a few dollars.
A design company that will produce handwritten letters and postcards for customers, and send them to customers via mail.
A platform that helps music artists with marketing, merchandising, and tour management. They have also launched a new app, PressPlay, that’s a digital music locker.
A startup that wants to put technology in the hands of complete beginners, in order to teach them how to use the internet.
A platform that lets you create and sell custom-branded merchandise to your customers all in one place.
A company that helps people work remotely by building a platform that helps them easily book conference calls, connect with co-workers, and handle all the other technical details that come with working remotely.
A software platform that helps people shop for second-hand furniture and home decor
This company wants to replace the need for cashiers in grocery stores. It’s not just a vending machine that dispenses goods, but a multi-modal platform that handles payment and inventory. The company has partnered with major grocers, including Publix, Kroger, and Albertsons.
An enterprise SaaS solution for companies that need a platform to handle all of the different aspects of running a business.
A tool for working with data in order to understand the real world. For instance, a medical researcher can use it to investigate how much stress the human body can handle, or to understand how people interact with their surroundings.
A startup that lets companies handle payments in a more transparent way. It’s an API that connects payments platforms and third-party data, and helps companies figure out which payments to accept and which not to.
A startup that is building a platform to help brands create branded merchandise with the help of creatives.
This startup is building an online platform that gives sellers a way to sell their wares without needing to handle payment processing or risk taking customer service.
Retail startup that works with retailers to get merchandise into the hands of customers on an evening delivery service, making it more likely that customers will buy.
A startup that is putting organizational tools in the hands of people who are looking to start their own business.
A startup that offers a variety of revenue opportunities to creators, including merchandising, subscriptions, and merchandising.
A company that helps companies hire and train in-person apprentices. The company works with a network of companies to match up novices and experienced businesses, creating a system of apprenticeships that lets companies save money and still have their hands on the newest tech.
A startup that connects businesses with local people to help them do things that require a lot of hands-on labor, like construction or gardening.
A crowdsourced employee handbook for startups in India.
A tool to help companies comply with the GDPR and handle data breaches.
ShopStyle is a subscription-based visual merchandising platform that allows retailers to create branded shopping experiences. ShopStyle gives retailers a way to create different streaming layouts, video ads, and product displays that are tailored to each individual customer.
There are also a handful of open source startups doing interesting things:
A tool for handling legal and regulatory filings in the cannabis industry.
A startup for merchants to sell merchandise with the ease of a Craigslist or Amazon marketplace.
A new way to handle team communication. People can write, send, and schedule emails from a single platform. The startup has raised $2.5 million to date.
A startup that’s building an online marketplace for visual artists to sell their work to the world, with payment handled by Stripe.
A small batch manufacturing business meant to help customers get their hands on the newest, shiniest (and most expensive) gadgets the minute they’re released.
Food delivery for restaurant kitchens — the company provides a central platform for kitchens to manage orders, and payment is handled via a proprietary service that only the restaurants can use
A “robot lawyer” intended to help handle the 1 million product law claims the company receives per year.
A company that claims to have created a system to automate the process of order fulfillment on web stores. The idea is to get a handle on a tangle of order-tracking tools and automate them into a single interface.
A startup that’s building an online platform for people who want to build and sell their own custom iPhone cases. The startup’s founders say that about 1% of the cases sold in the US are custom-made, and a handful of startups have tried to build their own platform for selling such cases, without much success.
A startup that helps online retailers manage transactions and inventory transactions on its platform. It handles payments, verification, tax, and refunds for its customers.
Localized and hand-curated content for small businesses, such as a website’s homepage, blog, and store.
A tool for managing medical records in the cloud. Medloop is building a SaaS platform that helps doctors digitize their medical records and share them with patients, and also handles the back-and-forth with insurers for them.
Serves as an “Amazon” for the “prosumers” who buy and sell things on Amazon that they can’t sell on Amazon, which handles shipping, returns, and customer service.
A chatbot that answers questions and handles customer service calls, using language processing to help users avoid common mistakes.
A software company that helps small businesses create a single integration hub with tools that can handle all the administrative tasks involved in setting up a business.
The idea behind this open source tool is to allow people to get their hands on a data set and work on it without needing to license it.
A way for people to buy and sell items on Amazon with cash in hand.
A legal e-discovery tool for lawyers that helps them determine what information is relevant to the case at hand.
A B2B company that helps people sell their homes by taking photos, sending listings, and handling payments.
Customer service software that handles client communication, collection and collection automation.
Launched in August, this is an open-source chatbot that can handle both finance and consumer-facing business.
A startup that provides a custom-branded credit card for businesses. The startup is working with a handful of national merchants and aims to scale eventually.
A startup that aims to take the power out of microgrids and put it into the hands of consumers. The startup is working on a battery pack with solar panels that can be installed on the rooftops of homes and offices and be used to supply electricity for a certain period of time, much like a powerbank.
A platform for people to sell their used cars online. When a buyer agrees to buy your car, the app will handle the paperwork and payment.
A cloud-based platform that allows businesses to sell merchandise using paid advertising, sponsored content and interactive social ads.
This is a platform for connecting brands and retailers. The company is building their own online marketplace for brands to sell merchandise, and brands can also get list of retailers and products they can sell to. They have over 10 brands on their platform.
"Idea 2.0 is a tool for entrepreneurs to help them learn about new technologies in the market and network together. It’s the Uber of technology conferences. The conference is in its second year and has had over 1,000 attendees and 300+ speakers from 45 countries. The conference’s format is based on the model of Airbnb, where the host gets to pick the guests. The guest list is highly curated and the speakers are handpicked by the company’s CEO. The conference has been very well received by attendees and has been named a Top 10 conference in the US in 2018.
A startup that provides a service for people to have someone come to their home and give them a hand with cleaning, etc
A tiny startup with a big mission: it wants to find out what happens to coral reefs when they are threatened by climate change. The company has launched a stand up paddleboard to see how much pollution and sediment a reef can handle, and wants to combine this with data from satellites and drones. The startup also wants to restore coral reefs and is building a drone to do this. It plans to use this data to create predictive models of how reefs could react to climate change.
A startup that makes a sensor that attaches to the outside of buildings and measures the humidity and temperature for every room. The startup is currently working with a handful of commercial buildings across New York City.
Intuition has created a connected digital device that can be used to help handicapped people with daily tasks.
A startup that helps you find out exactly how much your home is worth. It’s a handy way to compare properties in your area.
A startup that helps people find a way to pay for college that is better than what they are paying now, provided they can handle the debt on their own
A digital “wallet” for rideshare drivers (that’s UberX, Lyft, etc.) to pay expenses like deductibles, gas and maintenance. The digital wallet eventually will allow drivers to take rides anywhere and pay their expenses without having to have cash on hand.
A blockchain startup that verifies the authenticity of luxury handbags
This is an online video training marketplace for startups looking to grow and hire. The company is hiring a head of sales and has a $30,000/month business already with a handful of startups using it.
A platform that helps your employees to deal with regulatory requirements for their business. The company currently has a handful of clients, including a financial services company.
A way for companies to manage their finance teams and get a better handle on spending by sharing information in one place.
Builds mobile apps for small and medium-sized businesses that are typically handled by outsourced developers. It helps the client keep track of their employees and their weekly hours, track expenses, and generate invoices.
A “frictionless” payments app that lets businesses turn debit card payments into direct deposits, enabling customers to pay without even having a card in their hands.
Want a pager You’re out of luck, you have to go to the office to get one — but your colleagues have them. Proximity is a startup that lets you order a handheld pager for $15 a month that’s delivered to your home.
An AI system for decision-making, designed to work hand-in-hand with human decision-makers.
A company that helps businesses start their own blog, with tools for handling content creation, editing, and publishing, including a content management system.
A company that helps companies get their content into the hands of people that want to consume it.
A physical marketplace for selling and renting used cars in New York City. The startup wants to build a “supermarket for second-hand cars” and focus on luxury cars.
Notebook, an online service for learning and notes, has a self-serve platform, through which users can send handwritten notes to their favorite teachers for grading.
A startup that helps users organize their to-do list in a manner that’s most useful to them. It’s like a digital planner, but it also handles things like reminding you of deadlines and counting down the days until a big event.
A brand new CRM product from Capital One, which boasts a product team of two people. The product is designed to help small businesses manage their customer relationship management, with a focus on helping businesses handle financial transactions and invoicing.
A company that handles the billing for companies that offer paid subscriptions to their services. They’ve been in business for 5 months.
A company that helps brands co-create merchandise for sale, using a virtual store front to sell the items.
The startup wants to bring order to the insurance claims process by cutting out the paperwork and paying a claims adjuster to handle the paperwork for you.
A new type of business that helps workers set up team settings more easily. It helps people coordinate meetings, handle vacation schedules, and link up with other workers.
The startup's goal is to help build an open platform for publishing and sharing data between developers and scientists. They want to build a new experience for scientists to learn about the data they have, so they can get it into the hands of a broader developer community.
A software firm that helps companies build out their infrastructure to handle data crunching and AI.
A platform that helps developers of internet of things devices get their software into the hands of end users. The startup is focused on the “Internet of Stuff”, or the internet of things — a technology that allows everyday items to be connected to the internet and have their state monitored.
A company that builds 3D-printed prosthetic hands and other medical devices that can be 3D-printed at home, with a focus on helping veterans.
This startup is developing a new way to handle and store real-time data, with a focus on sharing across industries.
A software for handling payments for online services, like Amazon.
Tired of paying hefty overdraft fees, this startup wants to make banks obsolete and hand them over to their customers, who can then pay bills and get cash advances directly from their bank accounts.
A hand-held device to track and manage medical supplies and patient inventory
This startup is a product management platform for smaller companies, helping them handle their product backlog.
B2B support platform that charges customers between $5 and $25 to handle their customer retention/customer service.
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 lets people collaborate and work together on inexpensive, low-power devices. The team is working with a handful of clients, but more are in the pipeline.
A smart lock that unlocks with your voice, hands, and face.
A handy tool for tracking and managing your LinkedIn connections.
This startup helps brands sell branded handbags and accessories via consignment boutiques in Asia.
Interactive Q&A that helps users identify the problem at hand and find the right solution.
A food delivery app in the US that is working with a handful of restaurants to get deliveries in under an hour. It has already raised $6M.
A tool that will take a photo of your face in the palm of your hand and then generate a 3D print of your face.
A tool built for the hospitality industry that allows them to better manage the labor they have on-hand. The tool can track labor in real-time, and when it’s time to restock the fridge or refill the coffee machine, the software can alert the staff to take action.
Home services platform that connects customers to handymen and professionals in the area, and allows them to hire online.
A company that wants to help consumers build and grow their own personal brands by selling them on merchandise and experiences, similar to what Amazon does with Amazon Prime.
This B2B SaaS company is building a program that helps companies manage their product delivery services and handle issues like returns and warranty claims.
The company takes an “Uber for Home” approach. The startup’s app helps homeowners find and book handyman, electrician, and handywoman services.
A startup that helps users buy and sell spare gadgets to each other, with a platform that allows people to buy and sell second-hand computers, phones, and other devices.
This startup is working on a new type of door handle, called a “keg handle,” that turns any door handle into a beer tap.
A startup that partners with local retailers to curate a handful of in-store activities for users to enjoy. These “experiences” are curated by the user’s location and can be anything from a free cup of coffee to a free library book.
A startup that wants to use a smartphone app to improve the way companies handle payroll.
Works with retailers to provide VR-based training for customer service and merchandising
A platform for companies to get a better handle on their runways of suppliers, factories, and partners.
A platform for selling buying and selling goods with a focus on organic food, with a focus on helping companies that want to sell in bulk get it in the hands of customers.
A company that helps companies handle a wide array of different things from HR functions to compliance.
Ira is a tool that helps people manage and communicate with their business partners and suppliers. The business development team can use the platform to find and get to know new partners, and the sales team can help handle communication, relationships, and resources, all in one place.
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.
A community marketplace for buying and selling second-hand goods. It is very similar in kind to the popular site OfferUp, but with a community-focused twist
A software company that aims to provide a suite of tools to help people avoid missing payments. It handles a lot of the back end for consumer finance companies, including student loans and credit cards.
Vape2Life is a packaging and fulfillment startup that’s trying to make it easier for e-cigarette companies to ship their products. The company is offering fulfillment through its own fulfillment centers, as well as working with partners like UPS and FedEx to get products into the hands of customers.
A cloud platform for companies handling high-volume data including financial services, utilities, manufacturing and media.
A free SaaS service to help build a brand. Independent artists can use the app to generate custom content to promote their work, and publishers can use it to sell books and merchandise. The app is designed to be simple and intuitive.
Handy is a company that provides a digital platform for maintenance contracts and labor agreements, allowing businesses to manage changes to their infrastructure.
NzDrive is a software company that makes it easier for people to get their hands on a car, even if they don’t have a credit score or a down payment
A company that hopes to bring a new type of wireless router to market with a design that makes it easy to keep up with mobile devices and handle more traffic.
A maker of subscription boxes to help customers discover, purchase, and ship products from retailers across the country. Each month, the service helps subscribers pick each month’s “box” based on their interests, which is hand-curated by the company’s team.
A digital platform for musicians that allows them to create, book, and manage their tours. It’s a pro touring service that also offers to sell tickets and merchandise.
A startup that connects insurance companies to underwriters in the event of a claim, allowing everyone to focus on customer service while the underwriting process is handled.
A product designed for students and young professionals, where one can send a request for a meeting, and the other can respond with a time and place. The company was founded in March, and is working on a handful of deals in Silicon Valley for the product.
A platform for buying and selling virtual items like power-ups, skins and runes in esports. PGL is based in China and is already signing up professional esports teams to use its platform, which lets teams create their own websites and sell merchandise.
An AI-powered chatbot that can help companies and employees schedule meetings, handle travel coordination, book rooms and even help with pre-determined tasks in the office.
A software platform that helps employers handle the administrative tasks that come with hiring.
A startup that wants to put chatbots in the hands of real estate agents, to make the process simpler and faster.
This startup is building an AI tool that helps in-home care providers monitor and log their work while still being able to be hands-free. Caregiversoft currently has a small contract with a big company for $50k.
This startup is building a tool for beer lovers to find, learn about and share reviews of craft beers. The startup has in the past month added beer reviews from a handful of beer experts and bloggers to its platform.
A software company that helps employees and employees of employees pay their own salaries and handling payroll in a more secure and convenient way.
A workplace chatbot that helps employees collaborate, stay motivated, and handle workplace crises. It’s currently working with 1,500 companies.
A startup that allows people to connect with local services in their area, including handyman, repairmen, and the like.
A subscription based e-commerce platform that allows users to purchase merchandise on an exclusive basis or for a limited time.
The company is now offering a free version of its software that handles data collection to help the public understand the safety of local honey.
A “mobile-first, paperless” way to handle banking
A call center for multilingual businesses. It gives companies a way to handle customer service and human resources in their native language.
A company that helps companies manage their employees’ benefits and compensation. A software-as-a-service solution that handles health and 401k administration, and helps employers manage their benefits.
A decentralized exchange which trades tokens on a decentralized order-book using a hybrid of centralized and decentralized orders. It will handle the majority of trades on the decentralized exchange, with the rest handled by an off-chain arbitrator.
Handy helps companies like Red Robin and Chipotle restaurants use their existing customer management software to manage their operations.
A web-based platform for musicians to publish their work, including lyrics, music videos, and merchandise. The startup is building an online community to help musicians connect with fans.
A handheld scanner that simplifies the process of getting restaurant inspections.
A company that lets you build your own branded merchandise online and then deliver it to your customers.
This startup is building a platform to make it easier for people to make and sell merchandise on Amazon, as well as for the company’s Prime members.
A startup for vendors looking to sell merchandise to retailers via the web. The company is looking to build a community of over 8 million vendors.
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 new type of credit card that functions like a debit card but with the ability to make payments without any money changing hands.
This is a company that makes a "Budgeting for Beginners" app for parents, helping them get a handle on their bills and make a plan for the coming months.
A project to “create a community to help people get better at hand-eye coordination”.
A platform connecting small-to-medium-size businesses with large-scale customers. The startup allows companies to create personalized sales campaign strategies with brands, based on the customer data they have on hand.
A chatbot that allows bank tellers to handle customer issues with a simple chat interface.
An online platform for shoppers to find and buy merchandise directly from other consumers.
The company is building a facial recognition product for hotels, enabling them to identify guests from photos and automatically adjust room rates. In this way, staying at a hotel is a more seamless process – the process of checking in and out is handled automatically.
The startup launched in March, and has since focused on getting its holistic health and wellness app into the hands of people in the U.S.. The startup is currently working with more than 100 health providers across the country.
This startup helps companies by helping them automate the tedious processes in their call center. The company helps companies “automate the pain” by making it easier for workers to handle certain tasks in the call center, such as making customer greetings, answering simple questions, and transferring a call to another agent.
A startup that makes a 3D-printed prosthetic hand to replace a lost or damaged hand.
This startup is building a tool meant to help mobile developers and app makers get their apps onto more handsets and platforms, helping to get them to market faster.
A startup for secondhand goods to help you get the best deal on that old furniture you’re using to store your old cat’s remains.
A platform that allows musicians and other creators to license and sell their music and merchandise online.
A way to reduce costs and improve reliability for businesses using a device that uses radio to communicate with handheld devices and computers. The startup works with companies like Blackberry, Samsung, and Microsoft.
A French startup that makes it easier for people to get their hands on medical marijuana. The startup wants to make it easier for people to get quality medical marijuana, even if they don’t live in a state where it’s legal.
A tool for handling the note-taking process in meetings. The note-taking app helps teams organize meetings, store meeting notes, and store the notes in a database.
A wearable device that allows people to control their smart home devices with their movements without having to go hands-on.
The startup makes it easier for schools to manage their student schedules and handle student behavior.
A company that helps doctors handle the immense volume of patient data to improve patient care and lower costs. It’s first product is a “data lake” that aggregates patient records and makes them searchable.
This startup is building a mobile app that will let you buy just about any product — from a couch to a chandelier — and have it delivered to your home in less than an hour.
A company that builds apps for handling logistics, including managing inventory, scheduling activities, and making payments.
A company focused on creating a better way to handle and transfer money in digital platforms.
The startup wants to make it easy to zone out of the world around you, tucking into a zone on your phone where you can focus on the tasks at hand. It also wants to make it easy to track your progress.
A company that helps sports teams sell tickets, merchandise, concessions, and sponsorships.
A platform for buying, selling, and exchanging secondhand goods, like clothing, furniture, and toys.
A company that makes a tool to help companies get their payroll done faster. The platform is based on the idea of a traditional monthly payroll cycle, but instead of hiring a payroll company to handle things, companies can outsource it to a company like Payroll Master, which runs the payroll for them for a monthly fee.
A tool for salespeople to generate new leads. The company’s co-founder used to go on sales calls where he’d be asked to generate leads, but then sit on his hands for days while he waited for new leads to appear. So he built a tool that automated this process, which has already generated 500 leads.
A company that helps companies set up and manage their physical and virtual offices, and handles everything from room and board to mail and maintenance.
A platform that helps people find and book home services, like cleaners and handymen. The startup currently has 30 employees and is profitable.
A platform that helps small businesses manage their expenses. The startup has built a cloud-based software system that allows small businesses to run reports and track their cash flow, and handle expenses such as rent, utilities, and business contributions. It offers free plans for nonprofits and businesses with fewer than $1 million in revenue.
A platform that empowers artists to create and sell their own merchandise. To date, the company has sold $1 million in merchandise since launching in 2014.
A startup that helps people find affordable housing, which they can learn about through a hands-on exercise that teaches how to get the best deal on an apartment.
A SaaS platform that uses AI to find the most efficient way to handle enterprise business data.
A mobile, mobile-first bank designed to handle all of a customer's financial needs from a single app.
A startup that provides a service where people can pay $100 and get a hand-crafted thank you card from someone who made it
Idea: E-Commerce for High-Quality, Handmade Goods
Idea: A startup for restaurants to purchase quality food and service from local chefs and cooks The startup will handle scheduling, payments, and logistics
Idea: A software company that helps enterprises retain their most valuable employees, by providing a third-party system that handles internal communications across teams
Idea: A home services marketplace that offers reduced commissions to contractors working for customers in the US They’re looking to handle the entire process on the backend, from scheduling and payment to cleaning and service
Idea: A tool for workers to share and edit their workflows, like how to handle a client or customer
A startup that helps online businesses sell merchandise through Walmart. Their pitch is that it costs $5 on Walmart to sell every $100 of merchandise, while on Amazon it’s $20/100.
Idea: This startup is building an application that helps call centers handle chat/chatbot conversations with customers. It’s a way to help them navigate inquiries that come in via different communication channels.
Idea: An AI-based recruiting tool. The startup wants to handle the entire resume screening process, reviewing resumes and suggesting candidates for a job.
Idea: A mobile application for security guards to handle walk-in queries, like from shoppers who need directions or from workers who want to know if they’re allowed to take a box home.
Idea: A startup that is building a platform to handle the logistics of overnights, with a focus on the hospitality industry. The startup currently has over 500 hotels as customers, and has processed over $2M worth of laundry.
Idea: A company that helps people find, buy, and sell secondhand goods. The startup wants to be a Craigslist-like platform for local goods.
Idea: A platform for booking medical appointments, similar to OpenTable or Uber. Users can book with a doctor inside or outside of the platform, and it will handle the
Idea: Improving the quality of a person’s handwriting by training them to write on a special kind of paper. The startup says they can help 80% of all adults improve their handwriting.
Idea: A startup for hand-made products. The startup is looking to disrupt the marketplace business by focusing on a niche of handmade goods. The startup claims it can make handmade goods more profitable for producers and more affordable for consumers.
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