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Twilio, a company that provides cloud-based communication and telephony APIs, is one of the most well-known startups at YC. Their newest project is a tool that helps call center agents manage multiple languages.
A startup for buying and selling tickets to events. The startup is focused on events in the UK and Europe. They were formerly known as Ticket Vending.
A company that aims to bring employees and freelancers together for projects, via a platform known as the "Freelancer's Network".
A startup known as “The Human Body on Demand”, which aims to be the Airbnb of medical testing. The company is currently testing a system which allows you to get a blood test on-demand, with the possibility of charging for the service.
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.
A fingerprint-based unlock system for phones. The startup is trying to make fingerprint sensors more secure by having users open their phones in a certain way and secure them. This is a startup that has been around for a while, with a version known as SnapLock, but it is now rebranding itself as Fingerprint Lock.
A Chrome extension that turns any website into a mobile app shop. Employs a “re-imagined” version of Google’s well-known design language.
A new app that allows users to “virtually” connect with a well-known psychologist. The app was launched in April and is being used by students and their parents to help them better understand their experiences with mental illness.
The most well-known startups in the 2019 class are:
A new app that allows users to “virtually” connect with a well-known psychologist. The app
This app helps employers and candidates find each other in a process known as telecommuting. It uses the same technology that’s used to find talent at LinkedIn.
The startup’s cofounders say they want to be the company that takes “the unknown hassle out of hiring” by eliminating time-consuming steps like job applications and paperwork. It also wants to help small businesses scale by removing the need for a HR department.
The founders of this startup are best known for building the most popular and successful startup accelerator in the world. They’re now moving into a new area, with a new accelerator format that’s aimed at helping teams build products for specific industries.
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.
A platform for helping people take better photos of the things they buy online. The company is based in the UK, whose startup ecosystem is known for its strong apps.
A platform for connecting people to their favorite foods, which will help people find new foods they might like. The startup’s developers have been known to check out new restaurants and talk to restaurant workers to understand the space.
One of the most well-known startups in YC, ZestFinance is working on a suite of financial products for the cannabis industry. The company is working to build a platform that will help dispensaries and cannabis-related businesses better manage their cash flow.
A set of tools for businesses to manage their online reputation. Reputation.com was a well-known startup that has been acquired by a large corporation, and is either relaunching as a separate company or being absorbed into that.
A toolkit for companies to bring EHS up to speed with compliance regulations, including a way to assess which regulations might apply to them that they otherwise wouldn’t have known about.
A company that promises to make owning a house a more transparent and understandable process for consumers via their online platform known as RealtyShares. The company is a real estate marketplace that uses blockchain technology to help potential home buyers and sellers compare properties to find the best deals on the market.
A startup that helps distribute the wealth of people who are well-known in tech.
A tool for finding and buying used books online that helps provide more information about the seller, and helps keep prices low by only listing books from places with a known track record of selling books.
A well-known roboticist is building an open-source software platform to build robots.
This company is developing a mobile messaging app that allows retail and service businesses to offer short-term discounts, known as “Snap Backs”.
A tool for companies to build more efficient internal communication, involving messaging, spreadsheet automation, and scheduling. It’s the first product from the team more commonly known for their work on the cloud-based calendar startup, Meeting.ly.
A company that builds a personal and professional portable credit score for people who have an unsecured credit card (UCC) and don’t have the equipment to install a credit card reader. For the most unsecured credit card holders, commonly known as under-banked, the company will build a simple and secure online credit application.
Idea: A startup for custom mobile applications for companies and non-profits. It’s a well-known model that has been around for a few years. The founder says his company has $30k in monthly recurring revenue, working with 500 companies.
Idea: A startup that wants to bring an end to email spam. It works by helping companies send their email marketing campaigns through a sort of whitelist system where known email addresses get through, while spam goes straight to the junk folder.
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