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A software company that allows musicians to completely manage their band’s finances, including booking, money management, and accounting.

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A startup that wants to bring personalized tutoring to the world’s most remote regions, including rural India.

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A team that creates digital advertising for brands. The startup says they have over 1,000 clients including companies like Ford, Sony, and General Electric.

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A company that aims to help cities build economic ecosystems, including a marketplace for buying, selling, and renting real estate.

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A startup that helps companies locate and hire the right candidates, including people who are blind or visually impaired.

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A startup that helps people manage their money, including budgeting and paying bills. The company wants to become a finance hub for consumers.

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Makes your iPhone photos look better. The startup takes a lot of photos and fixes them up, including helping with color.

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A tool for managing and harvesting content from a website’s search and sharing features. The startup has raised $5.2 million from a number of investors, including Google Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Mitch Kapor.

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A startup that’s building a low-cost, low-power drone with software that allows it to do a variety of tasks, including aerial photography.

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A startup that is working on a location-based ad platform. Their pitch is that they are the only ones building a smart ad stack that works across all channels, including the web, apps, and the physical world.

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A tool for people to hire employees remotely and manage their payroll for them. It’s currently in a private beta with some 50 employers, including Y Combinator.

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A startup to help people manage their finances, including budgeting, investing, and insurance.

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A platform for managing publications, which focus on business and science-related content. The company has raised a total of $50 million, including a $22 million Series C in August 2017.

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A team of four, including two YC alumni, that makes an app that helps you track your heart rate during a workout.

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A startup that helps brands manage their social media accounts, including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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A startup that wants to create an online marketplace for fitness that will allow users to buy and sell workouts, including in-person ones.

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A platform that allows users to easily build online courses without writing code or creating webpages or videos. The company says it has 15,000 customers, including Udemy, Coursera, and Lynda.com, and has raised $1.5M.

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A tool for in-person recruiting events. The company claims to have 3,000 customers, including Y Combinator, and operates in over 50 countries.

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Polite.com is building on the idea of “time banking” — people who trade their time for other people’s labor. They have a number of products that do this, including a new one that pairs people with tasks and then allows them to track their work.

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A company that helps companies and employees find relevant jobs. The startup provides a job posting platform to help people find jobs, and has raised $500,000 from investors including Y Combinator.

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A credit card with a debit card that earns points and can be used for all purchases, including travel and dining.

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A startup that lets you monitor what the weather is doing at any time, including real-time forecasts for specific locations. They are building a tool that can give you a heads-up on what the weather will be like when you next leave the house.

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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.

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

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A Texas-based startup that provides a service that allows anyone to buy anything with Bitcoin, including buying everyday items.

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This is a company that helps you find the best possible roommate for you. The company has built out a database of thousands of people who have applied to be roommates, including their likes and dislikes.

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A platform for organizations, including universities and non-profits, to raise money through crowdfunding.

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A web-based business that helps companies with a range of issues, including risk management, HR, and health and safety. The company uses AI and machine learning to make sense of insurance claims data.

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A platform that helps companies, including large ones, track and manage their supply chains.

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A software company that provides a platform for connecting people with spare parts, including parts for cars, drones, and medical equipment.

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A student loan refinancing platform that allows borrowers to pay off their debt in a number of different ways, including a lump sum or a fixed payment.

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A “big data” solution that helps food companies track their supply chain and predict how much food they’ll need to produce. The startup’s founders say they’ve already signed up over 500 clients, including Walmart, Nestle, and Cargill.

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A tool for helping retail brands track their brand’s data, including how their products are selling on social media.

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A startup that offers a variety of revenue opportunities to creators, including merchandising, subscriptions, and merchandising.

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A startup for a variety of creative professionals, including photographers, graphic designers, videographers, animators, and other creative types.

84

Philadelphia is home to many notable media companies, including:

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A social buying service for clothes, appliances, and more. The startup has raised $3.5 million from investors including Google Ventures.

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A platform for letting people work remotely from anywhere. Currently working with three companies, including one in New York City.

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A company that helps restaurants deliver delivery right to customers’ doorsteps. The founders say they have over 200 restaurants, including Shake Shack, that they’re working with

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A startup that’s building a “smart” conference room intercom system, in which conference room intercom speakers can be upgraded to allow different types of speakers, including video.

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A travel management system for businesses, which enables them to book travel for clients and manage that travel, including meal preferences.

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A startup that uses AI to automate the process of scheduling, tracking and managing meetings. Their software is available on the market, with customers including the US Department of Defense, Coca-Cola and Walmart.

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A tool that allows people to register for events, including those who are not currently able to attend. Like Meetup, it’s meant to help people find and attend events both in person and online.

82

A messaging app that allows users to set up channels for different topics of discussion, including “buddy” channels.

81

A startup that helps optimize your marketing campaigns, including both online and offline.

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A startup that creates a “personalized customer journey” for a customer that goes through a number of services in their home, including electricians, cleaners, and more.

81

The annual list is compiled by a group of judges, including founders and investors such as Paul Graham, Michael Arrington, Fred Wilson, and others.

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Part of a $100 million venture fund that’s investing in food technology startups, including a company that’s building a delivery service for food, and another that’s building a delivery network for food.

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A company that will allow you to stream your favorite TV show to any TV device in your house. The company is building a platform to stream video from any streaming platform to any device, including TVs, computers, game consoles, mobile phones, tablets, and anything else that can play video.

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A company that is building a platform that lets artists sell their work directly to customers, including things like stickers and greeting cards.

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This is a tool for helping restaurants manage employees, including payroll and schedules.

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A product that helps users organize and find their files. The startup has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from investors including Y Combinator partner Ryan Dunn, and is now seeking to raise a Series A.

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Tiller is a way to make workforce management more efficient, says the startup. It’s a B2B SaaS platform that allows companies to manage multiple company’s HR data, including benefits, payroll, time clock and benefits, and more.

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A platform to help create and manage communities, including a marketplace for selling and buying resources.

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A company that wants to help manufacturers build smaller products, including sensors.

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A logistics platform for food-delivery services. The startup’s founders are now working with a number of food and beverage companies in the Bay Area, including Temescal Brewing.

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A company that wants to fund and manage the creation of new content in the form of online videos or podcasts. It is backed by former CNN president Jonathan Klein and has raised $7 million from investors and is already active in several markets, including the UK.

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This startup is building a platform that allows companies to make financial decisions for their employees, including healthcare, retirement and other benefits.

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A company that provides software to help people make money while they sleep. The company has raised $2.6 million from a number of investors, including the founder of Origo.

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A “Social Commerce Platform” that allows brands to tie social media to their sales. The startup wants to help brands take advantage of social media to interact with their customers and drive sales. It’s working with a number of brands including Lululemon, Gatorade, and, most recently, Kia.

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A platform to help workers access an employer’s benefits, including healthcare, regardless of where they work.

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A payments company that lets users of services like Stripe and PayPal process recurring payments like car insurance or mortgage payments in a few clicks. It has raised $2.9 million from investors including Y Combinator and is currently in private beta.

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The company's app is designed to help consumers monitor the health of their finances, including credit scores, debt and income. The application, which is in beta, is available for Android and Apple iOS smartphones.

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A SaaS-based email marketing tool with an emphasis on design. The startup’s founders have raised nearly $500,000 in seed funding, including from Y Combinator, and have been named as YC’s top-ranked summer 2019 company.

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In mid-July, the startup said it has already raised $1.5 million from investors including Sequoia Capital and Union Square Ventures. It’s working on a similar product to Facebook’s Onavo.

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A startup that provides a suite of mobile-first eCommerce tools to help drive business growth. They’re building a platform to help brands create a single, seamless customer experience across all sales channels including online, mobile, social, in-store and in-app.

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A product that helps manufacturers manage their supply chains, including knowing how much of their inventory is in stock and which retailers are in the best positions to buy it.

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A startup that helps people track the money they’re spending online, including all their subscriptions and subscriptions to services like Netflix. The startup’s co-founder said it’s been profitable in the past year.

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A startup that allows companies to build their own personal-branding videos for their employees and customers, including information on their company and products.

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A startup that helps companies easily take interactive surveys with more than 100,000 customers. It’s currently working with 30 clients including Proctor & Gamble and Gap.

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For over two years, the company has been working on a platform that allows teams to track the sales process and view it as a movie, with data visualizations and a dynamic timeline. Users can pull data from any source, and the company’s been working with a number of clients, including the White House, to do this.

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A tool that helps you visualize your data and stay organized. They help you create graphs and dashboards to help you make sense of your data. They’ve worked with companies including NICE and Intel.

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A tool that helps companies manage their employees’ vacation time. The startup currently has $750,000 in funding from investors including Allen & Company, SV Angel and 500 Startups.

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Marketplace for home repair, including licensed contractors.

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A mobile app that connects people looking to buy a new home with a realtor who can help them get an offer in writing. The founders say they’re already working with over 100 companies in real estate, including Robinsons Homes and Landmark.

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A team of three has raised $1.4 million from investors including First Round Capital, HLM Ventures, and Mayfield Fund. The company is building an AI-based software platform to help businesses optimize their supply chain operations.

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

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 A startup which allows users to create their own apps for their pets. Users can add photos, videos, and GPS locations, and can set up various types of alerts, including sounds, actions, and location-based messaging.

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Pitchbook, a media company that covers the venture industry, has released a list of the top Y Combinator companies to watch. It includes several companies from the summer batch, including the following:

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

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An email app that lets you set up alerts for specific topics, and lets you get email updates from a growing number of organizations including the White House.

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Quickly rolls out new features and apps across all Facebook properties, including Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp.

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Platform that helps you build your own personal brand, including a social network to help you make connections with others. The startup is taking the “personal brand” concept to a whole new level.

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A startup that launched in May, Empowered Launchpad is a marketplace for a variety of services including legal, accounting, and engineering, with the goal of making it easier for startups to get off the ground. They’re already working with 100 companies around the world.

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A startup that wants to help sports clubs and teams track their members, including their workouts and exercises.

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This app is a replacement for spreadsheets. The app helps users manage every aspect of their finances, including contracts, invoices, and approvals. The startup offers a monthly subscription fee for the software and gives users a free trial period.

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A “checking card” to help startups get paid. It’s a card that can be used for all of a company’s purchases, including things like affiliate marketing or advertising.

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CEO and co-founder, Josh, is a self-proclaimed "Serial Entrepreneur." He's built startups in the past five years, including a few that were acquired by larger tech companies.

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A startup that helps companies manage their “digital customer relationships”, including email and social media. It’s already live with companies like Nasty Gal.

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A platform that helps people design and manage their own websites and apps, including social media apps, online stores, and email.

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A startup that wants to build a platform for managing and organizing your entire digital life. It’s a way to keep things organized on all your devices, including a “calendar of everything” that can be accessed from any device.

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A company that provides AI-powered technology for online retailers, including an AI-powered website that can automatically suggest new products and changes to products based on consumer behavior.

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A startup that uses machine learning to help brands find the right person for the job. They claim to have found just the right person for 1,900 positions, including jobs at Uber and Goldman Sachs.

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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.

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A digital platform that allows users to build and share images and designs with other users. The company is working with a number of brands, including Walmart and Target, to boost their presence on social media.

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A company that helps businesses start their own blog, with tools for handling content creation, editing, and publishing, including a content management system.

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A startup that’s meant to help employers manage their employee benefits and compensation. It’s currently a SaaS business with a free tier that offers access to a basic toolset including a tool that helps employers calculate a person’s hourly wage.

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A company that helps companies build mobile apps for different markets, including developing nations.

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A startup for people to manage their sleep, including a sleep journal, lighting controls, and noise alerts.

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A tool for creating quick videos, working as a companion to other video creation tools. It’s been used by over 1,000 brands, including Dunkin’ Donuts, Taylor Swift, and Anthony Bourdain.

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In addition, there are several other fast-growing startups that are also still working their way through the Crunchbase database, including:

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A solution for companies to streamline the billing process for their customers. Avastas has signed up 20 customers in the past month, including one of the 10 largest banks in the US.

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A cloud-based phone system for companies. It’s designed to be a suite of tools that works with the other tools the company already has in place, including a phone, PBX and computer system.

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A platform for companies to facilitate “experiential learning” programs. They’re currently working with three startups, including one in the YC batch.

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A free chat app for developers. The company has already raised $5.5M in funding from some of the largest VCs in the world, including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, and more.

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A platform that lets companies and organizations create and manage a portfolio of video shows. The platform makes it easy for anyone to create a show and for it to be consumed, including viewers on mobile devices. The company is in seed funding, and planning to launch in Q4 2019

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A platform for creating, sharing, and selling apps for businesses, including a marketplace where people can list and sell their own apps.

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A platform that helps companies manage HR, including compensation, benefits, onboarding, and leave management.

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A company that helps online businesses build their own email marketing tool, offering a free suite of tools, including a software-as-a-service offering.

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A startup for the sale of travel services, including package tours, hotel stays, car rentals, and more. The company does not charge commissions.

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A startup for buying and selling used office equipment, including desks, chairs, and computers.

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The accelerator is based in New York's Brooklyn neighborhood, and was founded in February 2015. It is sponsored by MasterCard, and has attracted companies from around the world, including Colombia, Kazakhstan, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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A customer support platform for social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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A startup that helps people choose and set up online advertising campaigns, including cost-per-click (CPC), cost-per-thousand (CPM), cost-per-action (CPA), and cost-per-install (CPI).

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A startup to help companies manage their supply chain, including tracking shipments, managing inventory, and providing real-time visibility into shipments.

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The startup has built a software platform that gives brands the ability to create real-time webinars through web browsers or mobile applications. The company is based in New York City and is backed by a $3 million seed round from investors including 500 Startups, Forerunner Ventures, and Lerer Ventures.

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A startup focused on making home security more affordable and accessible. The company has raised $5 million from investors including General Catalyst, T. Rowe Price, and others.

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A loyalty app driven by a points system. Loyalty points can be earned and redeemed at over 3,000 retailers including Target, Best Buy, and Whole Foods. The startup says they are adding new retailers every week.

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A startup that helps people take care of their mental health, including counseling and psychology services. The startup is working on a mobile app for people to use when they need help, and is trying to work with employers to offer mental health support on-site.

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A startup that’s building a “person search engine” for all the people in a particular location, including registered business, registered residents, and registered vehicles

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A company that helps companies and organizations raise money from new and existing investors, including Angel investors, venture capitalists, family offices and more.

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 A set of cloud-based tools for optimizing websites, including a web-based editor, to help web developers find bugs.

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A platform that brings together the local food community, including farmers, chefs and restaurants.

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A startup that helps small businesses market to homebuyers. Their product is a “premier content marketing platform” that utilizes detailed data about a dozen variables, including income, credit score, and the type of property they’re looking for.

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A technology that helps to monitor the health of workers, including health risk factors and physical activity levels. The startup believes that the technology will be important for companies who want to make sure their employees are healthy.

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A collection of partnerships from the food industry, including:

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A startup that helps chefs to manage the back-end of food delivery, including online ordering, inventory management and delivery scheduling.

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This company wants to be a payment platform for businesses that want to accept cards from both Visa and Mastercard, including Square of course.

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A podcast that focuses on the intersection of technology and business, including interviews with entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.

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A company that helps freelance and on-call workers find jobs. It’s currently working with 10,000 companies including Uber, GoDaddy, and Microsoft.

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A tool that curates content from a user’s favorite publications, including news and lifestyle

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A tool for the agriculture industry (including farmers) to manage products, expenses, and profit on a day-to-day basis. The startup is working with farms to improve efficiency.

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SMI (Social Media Intelligence) is a startup at the intersection of social media and data, which helps businesses get insights from social media. It’s helped “more than 15,000 customers” including GE, Ford, and the U.S. Bank.

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A company that makes it easier for businesses to adopt and use technology. They’re currently working with 10 customers, including two large enterprise customers, and offer solutions in computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing, and machine learning.

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Taking the speed and agility of the mobile web and developing a platform that can be used on any device, including desktops. The startup, which was started in 2013, is one of the few startups creating a truly mobile web application.

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A platform that helps busy people manage their finances, including personalized budgeting and credit card management suggestions.

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The startup builds a digital marketing platform for B2B software development companies. The startup has raised $2.5 million from investors including GSR Ventures, Techstars, and others.

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A way to track dog and cat behavior. The startup is building a technology that monitors pet behavior, including sleep patterns, mood, and exercise.

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A blockchain-based system for doing business in China — including a way to do digital currency conversions.

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A B2B company that aims to help B2B brands with marketing and sales by leveraging the power of B2B data and CRM technology. They have customers including Royal Bank of Canada and American Express.

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A startup that helps its users automatically take better screenshots, including those of mobile devices. It’s like a smartphone’s automatic screenshot function but for computers.

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A solution for restaurants to manage their daily operations, including ordering, inventory, and payroll. The founders say that they currently have over 80 customers, including Chipotle and Starbucks.

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The founders of this startup are former execs from major media companies including Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters. They’ve built a tool to help brands and agencies keep up with the news, and have launched in over 2,000 companies.

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A tool built for companies to manage and monitor all of their marketing on one platform. The company says they’ve already worked with a variety of Fortune 500 firms, including Qantas, Lululemon, and Tesla.

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A platform that connects freelancers and enterprises with digital labor, including web designers and content producers.

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A personalized video strategy for people with diabetes, including training and materials. The company is looking to build a community of users to help them monetize the platform.

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A news network for gay men and their allies, including news, events and lifestyle coverage.

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A mobile application that uses a custom demo version of Facebook’s Graph API to allow users to create and share an interactive digital business card that includes information about their company, including their team.

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VentureBeat has won several awards, including a 2015 Webby Award for Best Mobile App, and a 2016 Webby for Best Digital Business.

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Helps companies manage their customer relationships, including payments, strategy, and communication.

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A hardware company that makes sensors, including ones for weight and hydration, for home and for athletes. The company believes consumers will use devices such as the Nike FuelBand to track their health and exercise habits.

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 A platform for recording and sharing video, including the ability to store, search and share clips.

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A company that wants to help people store medical records. Medtronic shares the same vision, but has been unable to land deals with hospitals and doctors. Medtronic has raised $1.7 million in funding from investors including GE Ventures and the National Academy of Medicine.

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A startup that’s building a platform to help companies manage call center operations. The startup says it has $1.5 million in funding from investors including Birchmere Ventures.

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A startup for businesses to do online marketing and advertising for themselves, including things like advertising on Instagram.

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A startup for the sale of tickets to live sporting events, including NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB

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These are tools that help people manage their personal finances — including things like credit cards, bank accounts, budgets, and investments.

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A digital concierge that helps people find the best options for a variety of services, including the best hair stylist, the best car service, or the best restaurant.

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A company that builds an app to help companies manage the design and build of their websites, including features like site-wide updates.

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A shop where you can buy custom-designed fashion. It comes from a team that worked on the biggest startups in the fashion industry, including Rachel Zoe, Rag & Bone, and Tory Burch.

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The Startup Grind Philly Meetup is a group of local entrepreneurs, investors, and other startup enthusiasts who regularly gather to talk about entrepreneurship, funding, and startups in Philadelphia. The event is organized by a variety of organizations including the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, The Foundry and the Philadelphia Technology Alliance.

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An API for the U.K.’s government’s Open Data platform, which is released under a Creative Commons license. It allows users to interface with the data in a variety of ways, including filtering by utility.

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This startup is building an app that helps creative professionals manage their network, including connecting them with designers and engineers.

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A platform that helps people make music together using the tools they’re already using. The startup has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from investors including Union Square Ventures, SV Angel, ZipCar founder Robin Chase, and Dropbox founder Drew Houston.

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A way for mobile users to get notifications from different sources, including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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A software company that sells software that allows companies to manage their workforce data, including payroll, benefits, and hours.

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A platform that helps automate the day-to-day operations of retail stores, including customer service.

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A “digital arm” inside of other companies that can help businesses deal with regulatory compliance and customer data issues, including GDPR.

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A data-driven platform for B2B businesses looking to make smarter hiring decisions. The company says they have over 10,000 customers, including YC partner Stripe.

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This is a recruitment tool that centralizes applicant data. The startup makes it easy to manage applicants, including uploading resumes, tracking dates and scheduling interviews, and then acting on the results.

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is a company that helps small and medium enterprises (SMEs) connect with a wider set of potential customers. The SMEs gain access to a wider range of potential customers, including business professionals, which helps them build up their customer base.

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Y Combinator alum Dan Ellis and co-founder Andrew Conway came up with the idea to make an app that would help people use Microsoft Excel more efficiently. The startup, which has raised $1.3 million from investors including Andreessen Horowitz , works with large companies to help them get their work into Excel faster.

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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.

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A solution for businesses to track all their employees with a single dashboard, including social media data like likes and comments that can be filtered to show only in-house activity. The startup is aiming to make it easier to manage social media in-house.

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A company that helps filmmakers to create and distribute videos. The startup has raised $2.5 million in funding and has 10 customers on board, including Filmora.

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This company is building a software platform that connects manufacturers with small and medium-sized businesses that need digital printing solutions, including direct mail, invitations, catalogs, posters, and more.

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 This is a company that has done a lot of research on the best way to get a message across to people in different places. They decided that one of the best ways was to create a system that is both language and location-agnostic, and designed to be culturally sensitive. They’ve put that system to work for a variety of companies, including a hotel chain, a coffee company, and a plastic surgery center.

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A startup that automates the process of producing invoices and tracking payments for small businesses, including accounting.

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A startup that enables companies to easily manage their AWS accounts, with a managed dashboard that automates a ton of tasks including groups, billing, and monitoring. The company is starting to roll out to larger customers.

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"FastCo" lists the top startups in the world every year. The list is based on revenue, but also factors in the startup's presence on other "fast-growing" lists, including those published by "Forbes", "Inc." and "Forbes Europe".

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This is a software platform for building customized software. The startup claims to have more than 1,000 clients worldwide, including HP, AT&T, Nest, and Dreamworks.

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A social network for all of the robot hobbies out there including 3D printing, futurism, robotics, and more.

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A platform for helping small- to medium-sized businesses run their sales, marketing, and customer service. They’re currently in beta and have worked with a variety of companies, including Johnnie Walker and Net-a-Porter.

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A BoxCar is an online marketplace for buying and selling used equipment and supplies, including furniture, construction equipment, industrial machinery, and vehicles.

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A company that aims to build the next generation of smart homes. The team has already raised over $5 million from investors, including Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.

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A file storage service for people who need to store large amounts of data, including for human rights activists, journalists and whistleblowers.

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A platform to help you find the best transportation for your needs, including flight, train, ride sharing, and car.

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An online community for entrepreneurs and innovators. With over 3,000 members, it’s hosted by a number of founders, including Evan Williams. The startup has raised $8M to date.

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

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A web-based, cloud-based app that helps organized people, called “Mavens”, manage their life, including shopping, to-do lists, etc.

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-Two-factor authentication, much like Google Authenticator, but for every service, including cloud-based software and device apps.

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A platform for photographers to create and sell downloadable photo books. Delivery is currently only via PDF, but the startup is looking to add other forms, including photo books with physical pages.

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A B2B “banking for business” startup that helps clients with business banking needs, including payroll, invoice financing, and other financial services.

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A platform that helps you track down the best C-suite candidates among your employees. It’s a recruiting platform that uses a combination of algorithms and social media for finding top candidates for specific roles. It’s currently being used by YC and other startups including FundingPost and Foodspotting.

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A tool that makes it easy for businesses to manage customer on-boarding and user experience. The product has been used by more than 300 companies, including Mozilla, Airbnb, and Groupon.

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A group of startups that help companies manage enterprise technology including support and maintenance.

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Thoughtful home services that provide concierge services, cleaning, and other household issues. The company has $10 million in funding from investors including Michael Moritz.

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A SaaS for managing and tracking the performance of a dealership’s fleet. The startup has grown to 3,000 dealerships, including Hertz, Enterprise, and other major companies.

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A company that provides indoor voice commands for Amazon Echo or Echo Dot in the home, including turning on and off lights, opening doors, and playing music.

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A startup that lets you move money between your bank accounts anywhere in the world, including in real time

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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.

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A company that wants to help small businesses manage their point-of-sale systems, including software that powers the POS and other hardware like cash registers.

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 A company that’s building a platform to help tenants and landlords in the US remotely manage properties, including maintenance and repair services, through a web app.

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A digital health platform that allows users to access their medical records, including a doctor’s notes and lab results, with or without a doctor's signature. Users can manage all of their medications from a single integrated platform. The company has raised $12 million.

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A startup that wants to “revolutionize” the way healthcare is paid for. It’s another startup that’s just about to launch, with a few clients including Harvard, Yale, and Tulane.

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A startup that calls itself the Amazon of homeopathic products. The company sells and ships over a hundred products to consumers, including aromatherapy oils that help people relax. It’s the leading homeopathic e-commerce site in the UK.

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

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This startup is building a system for multiple types of sellers to meet up to sell their product. The startup is building a marketplace for many types of products including food, services, and experiences.

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As of 2018, YC has graduated over 2,000 companies, including some of the most well-known startups in the world, including Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, and Lyft.

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A company that’s looking to change the hiring process for startups. The company says it’s the only one of its kind, and so far it has helped hire 100 startups, including Craftsy and Instacart.

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A tool for finding the best route for a drone, including data on traffic and obstacles

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The startup aims to build a global network of systems integrators who can leverage its platform to help companies with other integrations, including those that require products to be manufactured overseas.

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An AI-powered chatbot that helps consumers with their payments, including mobile wallets.

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A platform that helps HR managers manage their workday, including scheduling, managing tasks, and social networking.

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An augmented reality platform that allows users to create and share 3D scenes and experiences, including through the iPhone’s camera.

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A mobile app that creates, share, and edit a variety of different categories, including photos, videos, and audio, in the cloud.

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A shopping service for large retailers that serves as a “digital concierge”, helping shoppers find everything they’re looking for, and ensures they get it, including delivery and returns.

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A startup that aims to improve fertility by allowing women to track medical side effects of their cycle, including ovulation.

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A platform for building products faster. The company has a number of clients already, including the Smithsonian, HuffPost, MTV, and the National Football League.

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A system for managing payments and inventory for restaurants, including a point of sale system. It’s also a local marketplace with delivery services. It currently has 14 employees.

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Time has released a list of the top Y Combinator companies to watch, including five from the summer batch and seven from the winter batch.

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A tool that helps people find local services that they need, including things like dog walking, cleaners, and plumbers.

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A platform to create custom, private, and secure online video chat rooms for a variety of uses, including recruitment, dating, and customer support.

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A platform for trading cryptocurrencies. The company has raised $1.3 million from investors including Y Combinator, Foundation Capital and Founders Fund. The company has raised $2.2 million total.

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A startup that lets people ask Uber to have their drivers arrive at all kinds of remote locations, including airports, stadiums, and parks.

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A startup that helps people sell off extra stuff they have lying around, including their own cars.

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A startup that wants to use image recognition to turn any object (including food) into a barcode.

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A software platform to help brands sell directly to consumers, using various channels including email, text, or social.

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The fund focuses on two themes: 1) creating new tools to enable better access to financial services (including micro-credit, financial products, and payment systems) and 2) creating new technologies for improving the quality of health care.

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A startup that helps businesses manage their inventory in real-time, including the ability to add and remove items from a warehouse in real-time.

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A startup that builds a point-of-sale system for all sorts of retailers, including restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. The startup aims to make the process of opening a business as simple as a phone call.

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A startup that provides merchants with tools to manage their cash flow, including an online platform to make payments. It has over $100 million in transactions, and processes about a million dollars in payments per month.

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A platform for advertisers to manage pay-per-click campaigns for digital media, including banner ads, video ads, and native ads. Its founder, Michael Poulsen, says he’s brought in $10,000 in revenue since its inception in May.

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A tool for people to track personal health data. The startup is building an app that helps you keep track of your health data, including your blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol.

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A company that provides paid mobile data for people on limited data plans, which it says is the only one in the US. The startup has raised $2.3 million in funding from investors including Y Combinator.

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A company that helps companies create video campaigns, including the production and editing of videos. Founded in December 2017, the company has raised $1.1 million from a number of investors.

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The startup has raised a total of $1.6M so far, with current customers including Yardi Systems, Tesla, and Amazon.

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A video platform for shopping, shopping for video, and more video, including beauty and fashion content.

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A universal barcode reader for all industries, including retail, healthcare, and manufacturing. The startup wants to develop a barcode reader that can read the same barcode across all industries.

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The startup is building an iOS app that makes it easy to stream content from various sites, including YouTube. Similar to Viki, but for YouTube.

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A startup that allows people to have a live video platform for their devices, including a small screen app.

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Employers can access a single dashboard to track their employee’s performance. Performance is measured across different channels, including time spent at work, friend requests, and the effectiveness of their social media presence.

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In 2016, SVFI raised $3.6 million from several prominent investors, including Y Combinator, Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, SV Angel, and Lux Capital.

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A startup that enables people to track their vacations, including the cost of flights, hotels, and rental cars.

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A company that helps developers build games on blockchain, including a set of tools that let them build games without needing to deal with cryptography.

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A startup that helps consumers and businesses alike manage their expenses, including invoices, receipts, and spending. The company says it’s currently working with 20 customers and has partnered with over 60 additional businesses.

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A startup that allows you to type out a tweet, then share it with the world, letting it be picked up by any message platform, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram.

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A tool for people who want to manage their social media presence. The startup has a global team with offices in the US, UK, and China. It has raised $35M from investors including Sequoia Capital.

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A startup that helps users register for local events, including concerts, art shows, meetups, and sports games. The startup is growing quickly, with over 30,000 events registered in the past year.

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A startup that allows people to connect with local services in their area, including handyman, repairmen, and the like.

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A web and mobile app that helps small businesses manage their entire back end, including accounting, payroll, and e-commerce. It’s backed by a bunch of VCs, including Andreessen Horowitz, and has raised $10 million in funding.

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A tool for school districts to track their student populations, including how many absences are being taken and whether those absences are needed.

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A startup that wants to make it easier for people to offer paid vacation time to their employees. It has funding from an angel group including Y Combinator alum Jonah Peretti.

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A startup that helps users create and host video and video podcasts on their website and social media platforms, including YouTube and Facebook.

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The company wants to make it easier for consumers to pay bills. The startup, which launched in June, has partnered with about 200 companies, including ADT, Best Buy, and Etsy, to offer bill payments via text message.

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A company that helps developers build apps for the iPhone. The startup already has 7 clients, including the Obama campaign, and plans to go public in the first quarter of 2020.

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A startup aimed at making buying groceries online much easier, including one-click checkout.

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A tool that helps businesses manage their cashflow. The startup currently has over 100 customers, including Shopify, Stripe, Stripe Connect, and more.

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The startup has built a software platform that lets its customers create, manage, and publish road-side signs in multiple languages. The company, which was founded in 2012, has raised $4.5 million in funding, including a $1.5 million investment from Digital Garage in August 2017.

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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.

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A digital ecosystem that helps people connect with one another in the community, including a marketplace for self-storage, equipment rentals and more.

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An open-source platform that allows employers to create and manage a social safety net for their employees, including healthcare and retirement benefits. The startup has raised $8.8 million to date and has 1,000 employers on board.

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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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A smartphone app that allows users to find the nearest parking spot or garage. The startup expects to have customers in 80 cities by the end of the year and has received $2.5 million in funding from investors including Y Combinator and Comcast Ventures.

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This startup is building a system that lets you use your phone to manage your personal finances, including your credit card, loan, loan repayment, and savings.

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A company that will replace existing safety tools for self-driving cars, including collision avoidance systems, with a dashboard that overlays cameras, radar, lidar, and other sensors.

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A company that helps event organizers organize their events, including venue booking, logistics, and payments.

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They’re a startup that wants to make it easier for companies to track and allocate ad spend across multiple markets. They run an ad network for over 1,000 brands, including Nike, Samsung, and Sony.

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An online platform that allows its users to “recover” digital media, including photos, music, and videos. The company aims to build a digital library that it will eventually license to other companies to allow them to use the recovered content.

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A mobile app that helps make better coffee. It’s a big problem, which is why the startup has already raised $5 million to date from investors including Andreessen Horowitz.

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A startup for health care professionals offering concierge medical services, including home health care, mental health care, and the provision of medical equipment.

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A library of community and networking events for professionals in the creative and technology industries, including conference and meetup planning, networking and events

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A system for tracking every aspect of a person’s fitness, including sleep, hydration and more.

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A chatbot that uses AI to help people with their personal finance, including retirement planning.

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A turnkey set of products and services for product managers including management of leads, sales, and marketing.

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A crowdsourced marketplace for people to connect with the services they need, including tasks like finding a cleaning service or a dog walker.

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A startup that helps companies that need help with their hiring process, including resume creation, interviewing, and HR processes.

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A startup for landlords to manage their tenants, including rent payments, eviction notices, and correspondence.

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A startup that helps you manage your health and fitness, including exercise, sleep, stress, nutrition, and more.

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A product that makes it easy to connect to a variety of software services including Heroku, AWS, Google Cloud, Slack, and Salesforce

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A tool for finding and reporting on all the relevant information about any country, including the government, economy, and culture. It’s available in English.

9

A platform that allows users to see how much they are being charged for cable, phone, and Internet service. The startup plans to build a cable TV-like platform, including a searchable database of prices, but built with a startup budget.

9

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A platform that helps companies manage and share content with their customers, including marketing and sales materials. The startup charges a monthly subscription and charges a minimum of $50 per month.

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A cloud-based office that provides over-the-desk access to a suite of productivity tools, including office apps like Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It’s available as a SaaS service, or as an onsite installation.

9

A platform for small businesses (under $100k in annual revenue) to manage their online presence, including website building, SEO, email marketing, etc.

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A startup that lets anyone—including home-based workers—get paid for their time doing simple tasks.

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A video-editing startup focused on helping video creators and producers with their video tasks, including all the tools they need to record, edit, and share.

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A workplace culture survey system. The startup is building a platform that helps recruiters recruit better by pulling together data from a variety of sources, including surveys, transparent reviews from past employers, and social media.

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A startup that wants to allow companies to target marketing programs to specific visits on websites. The startup, which was founded in December, has already signed up over 200 customers including Pinterest, Dailymotion, and Instagram.

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A startup that allows small businesses to buy and sell agricultural products (including food, flowers, and wine) from other small businesses.

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An email service for businesses, including one for small retailers and one for large retailers.

5

A startup that helps brands create their own mobile app using a service that lets them create apps for iOS, Android, and web platforms. It works with a variety of clients, including Sesame Street and the New York City Transit Authority.

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 A dating platform for men seeking women, with a heavy emphasis on education. The company has already raised $1.4M after announcing the startup in December, with investors including former CEO of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman.

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A company that makes a looping video meant to be watched from the user’s couch. They’ve raised hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors including Airbnb and Airbnb co-founder, Brian Chesky.

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This startup wants to make it easier for people to create their own videos, with the goal of helping them share their stories with the world. The platform can be integrated into other services or used standalone, and has a number of corporate customers including the likes of Airbnb.

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A company that builds apps for handling logistics, including managing inventory, scheduling activities, and making payments.

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Founded by a former product manager at Google, OnSwipe is building a platform that helps major brands and retailers drive sales. OnSwipe is working with a number of major brands, including Neiman Marcus, Neiman Marcus, and Target, as well as a number of retailers, including Build-A-Bear, Lowe’s, and Home Depot.

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A startup that provides a service for people who are going through a divorce They do everything for you, including finding your next partner

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Idea: A company that provides a tool for startups to manage the onboarding of new employees, including collecting employee data, administering legal agreements, and more

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Idea: A B2B startup that helps companies manage their supply chain, using a SaaS platform that manages and monitors the flow of goods, including their temperature

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Idea: A startup that is building tools for small businesses to help them manage their entire operations, including keeping on top of all their vendors and sales

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Idea: A startup that makes it easy for US consumers to buy Mexican avocados. The company is doing this by helping consumers order avocados online, then providing a service that ships the avocados to them from Mexico, taking care of taxes and other details. It’s already working with several large grocery chains, including Costco.

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Idea: This company is building software that helps marketers create better visual content, including more complex templates and more advanced photo editing features.

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

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Idea: A startup that connects coaches and athletes, giving athletes a way to contact coaches and coaches a way to get paid for their advice. They’re currently working with a number of teams in the Philadelphia area, including the Philadelphia 76ers.

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This software company is building a platform for developers to use in building apps that can read and process information from multiple data sources, including Telegram.

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A startup that helps companies manage their books and finances, including keeping track of revenue, expenses, cash flow, and company financials.

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