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A startup that helps colleges and high schools provide students with career and technical education.

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Idea: A startup that uses AI to help restaurants optimize their menus, ensuring that no item is priced too high or too low for the quality that it offers

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People love their pets, but when it comes to veterinary care, there’s a shortage of vets, and a high cost. PetMeds is building a subscription service that integrates with veterinarians to deliver pharmaceuticals and supplies to pets at home, where they can get better care and less expensively.

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A highly customizable online resume builder that sorts out what information is relevant.

187

A startup that provides financial planning for high net worth individuals and families, and which has worked with the likes of Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Fidelity.

167

A startup that offers a highly customisable, easy-to-use platform for designing employee relocation packages

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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.

141

A company that makes high-end reusable coffee cups.

141

A startup that provides a directory of doctors that are high quality and charge a flat fee for specific procedures

137

A startup that provides a service where you pay $50 and then a photographer takes photos of your house from different angles and then you get the high-res photos

119

A company that makes a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are like a high-end pair of AirPods, but with a subscription service to make them more affordable.

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Characteristics: “Urban, intellectual, and educated.” High-earning professional women over 50.

107

A company that wants to make it easy to find high-quality, cheap health insurance to fill a gap in the market

104

A startup that wants to build a system that helps patients get more affordable, higher quality, and faster-acting healthcare. The startup is starting in the UK and Ireland.

104

A platform for medical transcriptionists to get paid for their services, which are in high demand but difficult to find.

102

Idea: A new luxury travel brand that sells experiences like a cooking class in Marrakesh, a private beach in Bali, or a safari trip in Africa. The company is targeting high net worth travelers with up to $3 million in investable assets.

101

A software that automates the process of taking high-quality photos of products for online stores and catalogs

100

A company that connects high-quality and reliable dentists to patients, also offering a digital dental records service.

96

A dashboard that tracks the number of open jobs and hires, highlighting the best places to find work.

95

A high-tech way to enable people to communicate with their doctors remotely. The company hopes to make that easier for everyone: patients, doctors, and caretakers.

94

“A platform for high-growth companies to grow their community,” which has a plan to bring in more than $100,000 in revenue in 2019 (as of July).

94

This is a photo sharing app that lets you send your friends a “snapshot” of whatever you’re looking at. The startup monetizes via selling advertisers the ability to target specific geographic areas or high-traffic areas.

93

A network for users that pay for comedy to get access to higher-quality content from sponsors.

92

The startup says it’s a better version of the traditional “pay-once-and-get-everything” package that’s popular with consumers, which works well for a lot of products but can be hard for more high-tech products.

91

A way for companies to pay the bills of their employees in multiple currencies, with higher rates for those who live in the area.

90

Online learning platform for high school students.

90

A company that helps companies manage highly distributed teams. It provides a toolkit for companies to build chat, file sharing, and collaboration tools.

89

Builds high-end VR content for the fashion industry. The startup, which was founded in May, wants to rapidly iterate on a VR experience before its peers.

88

A startup that is developing AI-based tools for drug developers to test their drugs in a highly controlled lab setting. They can perform controlled trials on an even smaller scale, and

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A San Francisco-based startup in the education marketplace space that wants to help lower-income students afford higher education. The startup tells me it’s had over $200,000 in investments, has more than 10,000 students, and has been used by more than 3,000 colleges and universities.

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There’s a really big market for high-end home security systems. The startup is building a system that helps you get the best one for your needs, with a $5 monthly subscription.

87

A startup that looks to make it easier for the elderly to get a second smartphone. They’re looking to make it easy for the elderly to get a second smartphone when they’re already paying high smartphone bills. They’re launching in a few months and have already received a $250,000 investment from an angel group in the Valley that helps solve “pioneering problems in emerging markets.”

87

A company that creates high-end perfume and other luxury goods for the Chinese market. The company offers traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Chinese medicine-infused products.

86

A new app that turns your phone into a high-tech thermostat so you can set it and forget it. The app talks to the temperature sensors in your home and adjusts your system to your energy usage and comfort level.

85

The startup is building a system that lets restaurant operators do inventory management automatically, which is difficult because of the high number of variables involved in managing inventory, from the type of food to how it’s portioned and stored.

85

An AI-powered assistant that helps build websites. The startup is looking to help people build high-quality websites in short cycles of time.

85

"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.

85

A company building a social media service that brings the power of a highly engaged Facebook group to a brand’s Facebook page.

85

A startup that gives people access to low-cost, high-speed wireless internet in a place they’d otherwise have to pay for a fixed line.

85

A startup that builds out self-service enterprise-grade analytics for businesses. FastForward provides tools for a profitable, high-volume marketing campaign.

84

This startup is building a comprehensive online marketplace for the sale of assets like real estate and cars. The startup is focused on rural markets like India, where the costs of buying and selling homes and commodities is often prohibitively high.

84

A company that wants to let people borrow a car with the touch of a button. The company is working with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to get insurance to work with the app.

84

A platform for developing mobile apps that connects clients with developers. They’re not looking to compete with big agencies, but trying to fill a gap between startups and agencies. They’re currently attracting interest from small businesses with a few employees who are looking for a way to get high-level visibility and technical support to manage the complexity of building apps.

84

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.

83

A “high-touch customer service concierge”, providing inbound customer support and on-demand service.

83

A company that uses AI to help make low-cost, high-quality face-to-face video calls.

83

Postmates for the well-to-do is a new startup that’s launching in Chicago in September looking to deliver food and beverage at a higher price point than its delivery competitors. It’s currently testing out its service in the area around Lincoln Park, Chicago.

82

A startup looking to help high-risk traders get access to the tools they need to manage their portfolios.

82

New York - New York City is home to the largest financial district in the world, but the cost of living for interns in this area is so high that it’s difficult for companies to entice young talent to stay. This startup, known as Give, wants to make it easier for companies to hire interns.

81

A way to sell high-end items like luxury cars and art on an auction site. The startup is currently working with the University of Washington to create a marketplace for school auctions.

81

A startup that provides a platform for the creation of high-end products that helps you collaborate with other artists to create custom products.

81

A startup that helps farmers and businesses avoid the high cost of getting loans, especially through microfinance.

81

A startup that aims to make it easy for high-net-worth individuals to have their own “pension” accounts

81

A platform for creating and selling e-books, but targeted at high school students

80

A startup that’s building a location-based search engine for restaurants, highlighting the cuisine of a city via an interactive map.

79

A platform that helps consumers identify “high quality” products from “low quality” ones.

79

A company that manufactures and distributes high-end headphones, digital cameras, and other electronics. The startup is focusing on the “high-end” market by offering higher quality products priced at the same range as its competitors.

78

The startup is building a B2B website for hairdressers to sell clients on services like color, highlights, or trim, and to manage payments.

78

Data analytics and visualization platform for high school and college level teams and departments.

78

A startup that aims to deliver affordable, high-quality storage to the home. The company is focusing on a particular vertical, which is a new one.

78

This startup is building a system that helps companies recruit and retain high quality talent. With a $100,000 investment from Andreessen Horowitz, the company is working with companies like Hubspot, Zendesk, and The New York Times to do so.

78

A personal finance startup that helps you have money at a higher level of granularity.

77

A company that helps people in the US get discounts, gifts, and discounts on their prescriptions. It’s currently for people with high-deductible insurance plans.

77

This company builds technology that allows people to securely and easily send money to and from the Philippines. Their service, which launched in May of 2018, allows Filipinos to send money to family and friends without having to deal with the high fees associated with traditional remittance services.

77

A discovery platform for specialized high-end clothing that’s based on the feedback of customers

77

"Idea" is a series of articles that provide a comprehensive overview of the startup scene in a given area. The goal is to highlight the most interesting and unique startups in a given city.

77

A payment processor for small businesses that provides low-cost ATM withdrawals and cash-back payments. The company wants to partner with ATMs that have locations in underserved areas that have a high concentration of cash-carrying customers.

76

A startup that wants to make decentralized identity management that’s cheaper and more secure. It’s highly ambitious, and the company has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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The high cost of online advertising means that marketers struggle to find the right people to reach with their ads. Yieldly wants to automate the process of finding the right people, using a system of algorithms that finds the right person to target for the right job, based on the criteria the company needs.

75

The startup is working with partners to bootstrap the growth of a small-scale 3D printing community by providing the equipment and resources to move from a maker-model printer to a high-quality commercial printer.

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A solar panel that is cheap, durable, and highly efficient.

75

A tool for high-frequency traders to help them build algorithmic strategies. The startup also wants to make the process of building algorithms easier for researchers to understand.

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A startup that’s making it easier for users to supercharge their mobile devices by pairing them with high-performance wireless chargers. Its 10K program is now open for sign-ups.

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A startup that connects high-quality tutors and students Tutors can set their own price

73

A startup that collects data on your phone and then turns it into a map of crowdsourced traffic conditions along major roads and highways.

73

A B2B company that helps brand managers create higher quality voice-to-voice campaigns.

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A high-speed and cheap way to create custom-made, high-resolution 3D printed parts.

71

A new startup that wants to build a “super-headset” with a built-in Spotify subscription. The headset will be a hit with music fans who want to buy the current, highly-rated Apple Beats headphones but want something a bit more fashionable and portable.

71

A startup that is building a platform to allow high school students to build a career in technology.

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A company that helps high net worth individuals invest their money into private equity funds, using their own data and assets.

70

A company that markets and sells “performance” clothing for men. The startup is trying to make sure that the clothes it sells are comfortable and high quality.

70

A tool for finding the highest-rated local restaurants, bars, or retail locations.

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A company that “helps businesses buy and build from a wider, more diverse set of technology services”. The startup has raised $6 million from investors and says it has already helped companies grow from “the size of a small company to a well-staffed, highly functional team”.

69

A startup that creates a new kind of smart home audio experience Their idea is to create a “high quality, yet affordable, audio experience”

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Sphere is a new approach to online education based on the idea that online education is too expensive for many students and doesn’t provide high enough quality instruction. Sphere offers a free, high-quality education to anyone in the world.

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A single-page application framework that aims to let developers build highly-optimized mobile apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Modernizr is used by over 100,000 developers.

68

A startup that sells high-quality, locally made clothes for men who want something more stylish than what you can find at Old Navy

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A startup that’s building an online marketplace for used cars, with a focus on low-mileage, high-quality cars.

67

A way for advertisers to measure the success of their ads, and for consumers to see which products get the highest engagement.

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Ideabook is a blog that highlights the interesting startups, interesting ideas, and interesting people at Y Combinator.

67

A “tech startup” which, in their words, “builds and operates a network of high-speed automated parking garages for self-driving vehicles.”

67

A startup that aims to help US cities build 100,000 solar powered charging stations across major highways to help people get around.

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A startup that brings the “higher education experience” to students by connecting them with tutors. Notable alumni include Sarah Lawrence College, Harvard, and the University of Michigan.

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A new way to make small investments in companies via a traditional stock exchange, where a fund manager buys shares in a private company and sells them to public investors. A good example of a startup that is trying to bring the benefits of high-frequency trading to a more traditional model.

65

A platform that helps companies “create and manage high-quality video content” by coordinating video production and distribution.

65

A video-sharing platform for high school students to share their work and connect with each other. The company’s goal is to provide a forum for high school students to share their work with each other, inspire each other, and connect with mentors.

65

A startup that wants to help people in developing nations to access the global stock market in a way that helps them avoid high fees and complicated paperwork.

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A payments company that serves high-volume ecommerce merchants. It’s in the process of launching a service that will enable online sellers to offer rewards to buyers.

61

A high-tech startup that wants to use its virtual reality to help people turn their natural surroundings into their classroom.

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One of the key differences between this year’s class and last year’s was the level of public interest in highlighting the work of the companies that were accepted. This year that level was very high, with over 10,000 people visiting the project page. That interest was a major factor in the growth of the class.

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A startup that wants to sell high-end football jerseys for the NFL.

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As an online continuing education course for lawyers, this startup is hoping to enable higher education for lawyers without charging tuition.

59

A startup that wants to bring affordable, secure storage to small and medium sized businesses. The company is focused on providing remote access to business owners who would otherwise have to pay high prices to store things in their own homes.

57

The startup is simplifying the process of encrypting files by bringing high-end encryption to small businesses, with an API that lets developers create their own encryption tools.

55

A company that lets people borrow a single printer that can print out 100,000 copies of a document. This smart printer will print at an incredibly high resolution — the company claims it will print at “40 times the resolution of a typical home printer”.

55

A ready-to-mix drink company that makes simple, high-end cocktails at the push of a button. The company is currently in the process of raising seed capital.

54

A startup that helps businesses market to high school students, instead of relying on the university market.

53

A community of freelance designers with an emphasis on high-end products like furniture, ready-to-wear, and toys.

53

The Y Combinator summer school is a four-week program that teaches computer science fundamentals to top-tier high school students. The program was launched in 2010 by Paul Graham, the founder of Y Combinator.

52

The company aims to be a “banking for millennials” that offers high-yield savings accounts. It’s a way for younger consumers to build their savings without having to pay a premium for the privilege.

49

A startup that provides a SaaS platform for SaaS companies to build high quality content. The startup is backed by some of the largest tech companies in the world, including Google, Microsoft and Twitter.

49

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 startup for the exchange of surplus data between companies, where data producers can sell their data to the highest bidder.”

49

A startup that aims to solve the problem of re-marketing in higher education recruiting by building a way to help schools replace the need for multiple applications.

49

A cloud platform for companies handling high-volume data including financial services, utilities, manufacturing and media.

49

A health plan that combines the ease of a Health Savings Account (HSA) with the security of a high deductible.

48

A startup that wants to use a similar process to build a marketplace for music rights, letting creators sell their rights to their songs to the highest bidder.

48

A payment system for small businesses in the Philippines, with a focus on remittance, based on a user’s location. The startup wants to target merchants with a high volume of transactions but low capacity, such as small shops and restaurants.

48

Allows users to create a “smarter” calendar, with a focus on things like highlighting “no shows”, removing “redundant” events, etc.

48

 Founded in 2013, QuizUp is a trivia game where you compete against others for high scores. The startup has raised $1.5 million and is now making its way into Asia.

48

A platform that helps users find great deals from local businesses, but don’t have to go to the store. The startup sees itself competing with Groupon, although it hopes to target smaller businesses and compete with Groupon’s recent move to focus on higher-margin, bigger deals.

47

A software company that helps retailers sell their products on Amazon.com. The founders say they are seeing 100% conversion rates on Amazon and “super-high” sales numbers.

45

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.

45

A provider of high speed Internet for small businesses. Its service is targeted at small businesses, who can get a gigabit speed for $40 per month.

45

This startup helps identify fraud in the ecommerce industry by identifying network traffic patterns that indicate a high level of fraud.

44

A startup that uses high-tech, low-cost sensors to monitor the quality of the air around us.

44

A tool that helps recruiters find the best candidates for a job. They’re building a team of recruiters, who can make the company’s pool of applicants appear highly qualified.

42

A company that aims to make low-risk, high-return investments in real estate.

40

Cofounder of the company, a former financial industry analyst, began researching the fintech industry in 2017. She found a dearth of female founders in the space. In her startup’s pitch deck, she highlights several female founders as part of the company’s advisory board.

39

A tool helps auto manufacturers create highly efficient car designs. It can review thousands of designs, pick out ones that are more efficient, and make suggestions to manufacturers to try.

39

A toolkit for high-school students to create their own data science applications.

39

A startup that’s creating a platform for sharing high-quality, low-cost medical images.

38

A company that creates a line of high-end electric scooters for use in urban areas, no motorcycle license required.

36

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.

35

A startup that is building a service that highlights the best of the media industry, rather than the best of YouTube.

34

A startup that makes it possible to play League of Legends without loading up 20 minutes of video. The app pulls high-level play out of the video and presents it in a condensed format, with highlights and stats.

33

A credit card for people who don’t want a traditional card. The startup gets merchants to opt-in to their service, and since they don’t have a traditional credit history, they don’t have to pay as high interest rates.

32

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.

31

A startup that provides AI-based medical screening for high risk patients.

30

A company that wants to be the Amazon of TV. They’re building a marketplace for TV shows, movies, and sports programming with a focus on providing the highest-quality programming to customers.

30

A startup, which has raised over $1 million, that helps customers go through the process of hiring a virtual assistant. It highlights the process in a series of animated videos.

29

A startup that helps high school students build their own websites. They’re launching in the US in 2019

29

A company that wants to make it easier for high schools to pay for science instruments. It’s raised $1.3 million in seed funding.

29

A company that helps people create high-quality videos for their websites and social media channels.

28

A startup that sells a subscription box that provides users with a variety of high-end beauty products

27

The founder of Code.org, a nonprofit working to make computer science education more accessible, wants to create a foundation to encourage high school students to learn software and programming.

27

This startup builds an app to help you find a high-quality hotel when you’re traveling. The company wants to help people find the best hotel for their needs.

25

The startup’s target is high-level executives, and they want to help them stay on top of their job description and responsibilities.

24

A company that provides a platform for fans to buy and sell tickets to a yachting race, a “sailboat race on the high seas”.

24

Helping people put their home into a rental portfolio. The startup’s platform is meant to help investors see the potential return on investment of the investment portfolio, and to help them decide when to sell or hold out for a higher return.

22

A startup that wants to help women who are having a hard time finding high-quality, affordable maternity clothes.

21

The company wants to create a crowdsourced set of office supplies, including note paper, highlighters, a notepad, a pens, a pen holder, a pencil sharpener, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a red pen, a whiteboard marker, a dry erase marker, a mini eraser, a phone stand, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business

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This company is building an electric scooter that’s “designed for high traffic areas”.

21

An online marketplace for selling and buying high-end furniture and other home goods.

20

A low-cost, high-speed, high-capacity network for manufacturing. Each hub is designed to be small, modular, and scalable.

20

A startup that allows users to create and edit high-definition 3D models of real-world objects

19

An email marketing startup helping small businesses gain new customers. The startup sends customers a free sample for every high-value email they send.

19

A startup that’s building a robotic vacuum cleaner for indoor use; it’s first product is a $10 model that’s meant to work in high-traffic areas like bedrooms.

19

The startup is building a platform for sharing and tracking your purchases online, not unlike the existing platforms, but they’re highlighting its use for digital marketing.

18

Freight costs are high enough for this startup to make moving easier by letting you move any size item (such as a couch, or a full house) for $3.

18

The startup aims to be a peer-to-peer marketplace for student loans, to help students avoid high interest rates by borrowing from other students.

18

A startup that helps high school students organize their activities through a student-specific calendar.

18

A higher-end version of the popular Always on, Always Connected (AoAC) earbuds.

17

A startup that uses AI to tailor your work environment by taking the psychology of your job and the company you work for into account. TRACE, which launched in early 2019, has found that when you work in a “high-energy” job, your brain feels more alert and focused, but that when you’re in a “low-energy” job, your brain feels more relaxed and unfocused.

17

A platform to create and distribute high-quality, curated content for marketing and education, including online courses and videos.

17

A startup that is building an autonomous, high-speed autonomous truck.

17

This New York City startup is building a subscription service for the restaurant industry. The founders behind the company believe that the industry is plagued by high costs and a lack of execution.

16

A startup that aims to make it easier for people to access health care without worrying about high costs. The startup wants to create a more seamless experience for patients with insurance covering more than 80% of health care costs.

16

A software platform for high school students to build interactive, video game-style apps.

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The startup wants to make it easier for small businesses to receive financing. It’s a mobile lending platform, using the same algorithms as big banks, but with lower interest rates and higher standards for creditworthiness.

14

A “high-quality” image-editing tool with a library of free and paid filters.

13

A startup that wants to help non-profits find sponsors, from high-value companies that have $100K+ to support, to local businesses that have $100 per year.

13

A drag-and-drop tool for building custom, high-performance websites, with an emphasis on WordPress.

12

A decentralized open-source marketplace for the distribution of high-quality digital content.

12

A startup for high-net-worth individuals to manage their private equity portfolios.

11

A startup that wants to help low-income families get discounts on everything from healthcare to higher education.

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This healthcare startup wants to help employees avoid the cycle of health insurance premiums and high deductibles. They send a monthly debit card to employees, and can be customized to cover a certain amount of money per month for a certain service, ranging from life insurance to primary care to dental. They’re profitable and growing in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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A college prep app for high schoolers.

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A company that is building a single mobile app to help shoppers find products they want. It’s first product is a $5 app for finding high quality clothing that’s been made specifically for your body type.

10

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.

10

A startup that makes accurate, high-resolution 3D models of the things in the world. The company charges designers and architects in-person visits in which they can see prototypes in person and get one-on-one feedback.

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An all-in-one headphone that’s designed to be both high-quality and cheap.

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

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A video series of side-by-side comparisons of the same products or websites to highlight the differences.

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This personal finance app is meant to help you save money and get into the best financial products. It’s currently only available in the U.K. The app also claims to have access to the UK’s highest interest savings accounts, so it may not be available in the U.S.

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A SaaS company that helps clothing designers with their marketing and sales process, unlike current fashion marketplaces which typically drive high traffic to designers' e-commerce websites.

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A startup that provides high quality videos of a therapist or counselor speaking to a client The therapist or counselor gets paid per video viewed

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A startup that provides a service where people can hire someone to help them move their furniture from one house to another (for a higher price, they get their furniture moved and re-assembled)

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Idea: A remote digital marketing agency for high-growth tech companies The startup has worked with a few dozen clients since launching last year, and is currently available to startups that are a $1 million in revenue or less

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Idea: A peer-to-peer lending marketplace The startup offers an alternative to traditional banks, which the founders say offer high interest rates, but often have hidden fees

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Idea: E-Commerce for High-Quality, Handmade Goods

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Idea: A company that makes high-tech socks that help athletes recover from foot injuries The startup has $10,000 in monthly sales, counting Y Combinator itself as one of its customers

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Idea: A startup that pairs businesses with highly-rated freelancers

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Idea: An ‘online gym’ for high frequency traders

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Idea: An open source CSS framework for building accessible, high-performance interfaces

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Idea: Event-centric marketplace connecting online retailers with high-volume consumers

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Idea: A C2C marketplace for high-end travel, renting out hotel rooms, yachts, and other high-end travel experiences The startup has already managed to produce $20k in revenue per month after launching in June

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Idea: A startup that’s building a tool that lets you share your high school student’s grades and progress with colleges

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Idea: A business that builds custom, localized WordPress websites for small businesses in the US, with a focus on high quality and low prices

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Idea: A web app that makes it easy for people to sell the stuff they don’t want anymore. It’s an “eBay for the rest of your stuff”, meaning it’s not just for things with a high value.

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Idea: A new twist on insurance for freelancers. The startup is a high-deductible plan with a really low premium — that also includes a loan component. The startup says it’s looking to compete with a 1500% APR loan and offer a 1% interest loan.

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Idea: A startup that creates single-page websites for companies to highlight what they do.

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Idea: A machine-learning service that helps companies build products that are customized for their users. The company says it’s built for high-touch, high-volume businesses like ticketing, travel, and e-commerce.

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Idea: The team is building equipment for the workplace, like medical supplies. It’s trying to scale into a high growth business by partnering with large companies.

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Idea: A company that builds a mobile app that provides a “visual, interactive experience” for the middle school/high school students to buy and sell items to one another.

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 A startup that provides high quality, low cost legal services

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A startup that provides affordable vehicle insurance to people under 25. The startup wants to become the go-to resource for young drivers and disrupt the current auto insurance industry which targets only the high-risk demographic.

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