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A women’s networking app that connects women interested in entrepreneurship and investing to other like-minded women.


A startup that provides tools, courses, and certifications to help people get into real estate investing


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


A business that will help people sell their junk cars, investing in the process. The company takes a cut of the sale, and will also buy back the car from the owner so they can donate it to a charity.


Provides an SaaS platform for financing and investing. The company is currently targeting small business owners in the US.


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.


A platform for sharing and learning on cryptocurrencies. The company want to educate people in “the basics” of blockchain, cryptocurrency mining, and investing.


A team of PhD students and professors are building a system to allow “mostly science-based” investors to bet on the stock market with a goal of making it accessible to those who are currently excluded from investing.


We have been taught that investing is for the financially sophisticated. But SICAV’s goal is to make it simpler, more transparent and more accessible to people everywhere.


The startup stems from the idea that a lot of people who have billions of dollars in reserve don’t invest it, and Aorta wants to be a place where anyone can start investing in a diversified portfolio of stocks seamlessly.


In the summer of 2016, Y Combinator opened a office in London to focus on Europe. The office is headed by Laura Simpson, who previously worked at eBay, and has joined the Y Combinator London team. Y Combinator London is focused on advising and investing in European startups and is led by Stephen O’Grady, who previously worked at Twitter, Google, and Yahoo.


A “social” investing platform that connects pro-investors with the best opportunities for them to put their money to work.


A startup that is building out a system to help people invest in both the stock market and their own homes, with a goal of making investing affordable for everyone.


A startup that combines real estate investment with hotel management, with the goal of investing in hotels that aren’t doing well.


A startup that used to be about doing silly things and now is about investing.


A new kind of digital wallet that helps people plan and track their finances, manage their spending, and get support from their bank. The startup wants to be a “one-stop shop for financial services” that includes a portfolio, banking, investing, and insurance.


An AI-driven investing app that uses algorithms to invest across stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies.


A start-up focused on making it easier for individuals to invest in real estate. It wants to take away the complexity of investing in real estate and building an investment portfolio.


This startup has two co-founders, and they describe themselves as “…the first and only platform that helps [you] create and learn from inspiring and engaging content about personal finance, investing, and life.”


Idea: Micro-investing mobile app to invest spare change


Idea: A new way to look at micro-investing


Idea: A startup for tokenizing and investing in startup equity


Idea: A startup that is building a real estate investing marketplace where individual investors can connect with each other and do deals together. The company charges a fee on each transaction, and says it is profitable.