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Startup that wants to make it easier for restaurants to better manage their waitstaff, using a real-time scheduling system that will allow managers to see how many customers are waiting.


Groceries are a necessity for many people, but the process is often expensive and frustrating. The startup wants to simplify the process of ordering groceries and delivery by offering a concierge service and integrated ordering platform on their website.


This startup wants to build a new type of credit card for the underbanked, especially in developing countries. It takes the form of a prepaid card and is available in any currency. Given the lack of banking options in many such countries, the startup sees a lot of potential for growth.


The startup helps companies build their own security products using AI, drawing on data from many different systems.


 A startup that wants to help companies make sense of the many different financial transaction systems that they manage.


A platform for remote workers, offering all the perks of a traditional office, including lounge space and good coffee, and many more.


Idea: A startup for tracking and keeping tabs on the cost of a medical procedure. The idea is to allow patients to shop around for prices, and also to provide a level of transparency that many hospitals don’t have.


A startup that aims to bring the transparency of online voting to the world of online retail, where many retailers don’t always do their best to represent their products to their customers.


A health-maintenance company for the elderly, focusing on their social needs. The company’s founder and president, Alejandro Ortiz, said that for many older people, social engagement often goes missing, making it harder for them to stay healthy.


Philadelphia is home to many notable media companies, including:


A startup that helps find and execute on real estate deals, and automate the many processes involved.


An online marketplace that connects manufacturers with large-scale distributors. The marketplace is built on the idea that there are many manufacturing companies that want to do business with large companies, but are unable to do so because of their small size.


A customer service platform for large-scale customers. The company says it has nearly 100 customers (many of them in the Fortune 500) that use its platform.


The list is not all-inclusive, but we've tried to include a representative sample of the many companies, startups, and other organizations in the Philadelphia tech scene.


There’s a lot of startups out there that are building tools to make our lives better, like TaskRabbit and Airbnb. But not so many that are building tools to make our lives worse.


A tool for automating and streamlining the many steps it takes to launch a startup. Currently focused on the US, they want to help companies “bootstrap faster, raise better and get funded more easily.”


A tool for managing your finances in a single place. The startup wants to help people take care of their money, and also wants to help people manage their money, as many people are not doing so.


A startup that wants to put a common API between many banks and start to allow consumers to take debit card payments anywhere.


The startup offers some of the lowest-cost dental insurance in the United States. It wants to win over the many people with gaps in insurance coverage that many large companies have.


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.


A digital product that detects, tracks, and pays a user’s monthly rent payments. Due to rent laws, a tenant in many areas may not legally be able to sign for a check until it’s been deposited. By the time they can, the landlord has already moved on to the next tenant, which means the tenant may have to pay the holdback fee.


A brain training app for people who want to improve their focus and memory. The app is currently free for users in the US, UK, and Germany.


According to a report by TechCrunch, the San Francisco based coworking space, WeWork, is looking to raise another round of investments at a valuation of $8 billion. WeWork has been growing rapidly, and has been a major success in the US. However, the multi-billion-dollar valuation has not been met by the pace of growth, and many question how sustainable it will be.


A “Mobile-first enterprise” platform that offers “one-to-many communication” for companies. It’s meant for companies with a “live, real-time workforce.” The startup has raised $150MM in venture funding.


In the past, a person could get insurance through a company and then write off the cost of that insurance. With the advent of the individual market, many companies are no longer offering insurance because the rate they would have to charge is too low.


The startup is trying to bring the benefits of a traditional shared workspace to remote workers. The startup is building a system that allows users to take part in many different workspaces, and then get the space where they work.


A platform for photography that lets users sell photos against their copyright. The startup’s co-founder, Jake Sion, says it started as an homage to the Instagram addiction many have to sharing their photos.


This startup is building a tool that allows companies to build a shareable video about their business. Users can clip the video and share it on social media, and companies can see how many views it generates.


This startup is building an automatic speaker that turns an existing home stereo into a smart speaker, with the idea that many people have a smart speaker for their home, but not a home stereo to hook into it.


A chatbot that can be used to verify email addresses. The startup is still looking at options on how to make money with the platform, and it’s not clear how many people are using it yet.


While many startups have been building virtual reality products to help improve cognitive or physical therapy, this startup is specifically built to help people with mental illness. The app works as a video support system to help people with anxiety and mood disorders.


A startup that aims to simplify the creation of email marketing campaigns. A typical campaign might include dozens of email addresses, personalization, and a list of recipients. The startup empowers marketers to create a single email campaign, and include as many personalized variables as they want.


Say Hello is a video messaging app for the deaf community in the US. The company is looking to expand internationally, and has expanded to Brazil and Germany.


A tool for developers to get track of what’s happening in their app, with a series of reports that show you how many users have opened your app, how many users have closed it, where those users are coming from, and how they’re using your app.


A B2B platform for finding and sharing freelance technical talent, with a focus on Germany.


The startup is bringing its AI to 100,000 small businesses in Germany and the Netherlands to help them run better.


A project management platform: “Many small businesses are managing their projects themselves,” said CEO Ben. “We want to help them have access to the same data and value proposition that large companies have.”


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.


Social network for content creators that wants to be the next Instagram. It’s already active in France, Spain, and Germany with plans to expand to the U.S. and Asia.


A member-driven credit union that allows members to invest their money in peer-to-peer lending. The startup raised an $8 million round in April 2019, and plans to roll out to the UK and Germany in 2020, as well as other countries.


A company that helps restaurants see how many people are dining in their restaurants. They are currently working with over 80 restaurants in the UK.


A business plan for a startup is like a sales pitch. It’s vague. It’s hard to see its potential. And it’s hard to know if it’s worth checking out. So many founders miss out on the chance to grow their business because they don’t have this thing called a business plan that explains how they’ll do it. The goal of this startup is to make it easy for anyone to write that plan. It’s currently only available in the Bay Area.


Hammer is currently available in the United States, Canada, India, United Kingdom, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, France, Indonesia, and Japan.


A tool for finding out how many people have downloaded your app, and how many have used it in the past week. The founders say that it’s been integrated into 75 different apps, and that they’ve seen a 20% increase in user retention and engagement once they started using it, with a 50% increase in revenue.


A company that’s building a network of food delivery services that can deliver meals at a time when many restaurants are closing at night


Many of the startups on this list have been mentioned in other lists of the best startups in other countries.


A platform for selling and buying used cars, introduced at YC’s Demo Day in 2015. The startup brings a car buying platform to a market where many people don’t have credit or don’t want to deal with the hassle of financing. It’s already in use in the Bay Area, and is looking to expand to other areas of the country.


A platform for low cost college housing. The startup is now working with one university, and plans to expand to many more in the coming years.


Want to find out how your friends are doing Lookalike is a tool that can tell you how many shares someone has on Facebook, how many times they’ve posted, and the likelihood that they’ll post again.


A startup that wants to make it easier for people to donate to nonprofits. The startup takes the hassle out of processing donations by replacing the 3-5% processing fee that many nonprofits pay for online donations with a 2.5% processing fee.


A way for employers to offer incentives to employees based on how many people they refer through the company’s referral system.


The founders of this cloud-based recruiting startup say that they’ve discovered that many people don’t have a good idea of what their job responsibilities are. They’re building an application that can help people figure that out, and then identify the best fit for each position in the pool.


We’ve covered many e-commerce startups in the past year, but this one is different. An e-commerce startup that is focused on helping people find the right products for their needs.


A new way to train employees without the usual expense of traditional employees. The company says they’re working with many large universities on a new way to train employees in areas like documentation, procurement, and project management without the need for a full-time employee.


A company that helps small businesses get off the ground, with a library of tools that help companies with marketing, accounting, and sales. Company founders started it after seeing that many small businesses are launching on Facebook and taking on extra expenses to grow.


This is a startup that builds financial products for the European travel industry, with a focus on the global student market. It offers a student loan re-finance product in the UK, as well as a personal loans product in the UK, Germany, and Ireland.


A company that allows companies to hold meetings remotely. The startup is doing well in Germany.


This August, TechCrunch reported that Instagram was in talks with Facebook to acquire the company for as much as $1 billion. Instagram, which was founded in 2010, is based in San Francisco, and is a popular photography app that has more than 300 million users around the world. It was acquired by Facebook in 2012, and Facebook has since used Instagram to promote its other products, including Instagram Stories, and advertisements. Instagram has been a big investment for Facebook, and many think it has been one of the company's most successful acquisitions. However, Instagram's popularity has led to a lot of negative press coverage about the user data that Facebook has access to.


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.


A new kind of grocery store that takes advantage of the fact that many people can’t shop alone. The concept is that it’s one person browsing the store while the other is cooking.


A tool for understanding the many different ways in which people can make money online, such as blogging, affiliate marketing, and paid video production.


The startup holds a patent on a new type of printing process that uses a liquid to transfer the ink to the paper, eliminating many of the problems with traditional printing. The startup now wants to take that technology and apply it to the production of everything from paper to fabric.


A payments app that allows you to lend or borrow money in minutes, for under 1% interest. The app is in the process of getting Fintech licenses in the UK, France, and Germany.


A platform that helps saving for retirement, based on the idea that many Americans’ retirement savings come from old-fashioned and not so old-fashioned vehicles: cash deposits, a Roth IRA, or a 401(k).


A company doing what many startups are doing: automate their admin tasks and help them spend time on what makes them money.


A startup offering a way to manage the many e-commerce and shipping accounts on a single platform.


A startup where dog owners can sell their pets, keeping in mind that many dogs can be abused.


Using a combination of data science, machine learning, and blockchain, this startup is building a tool for scammers to analyze how many people are joining their scheme, and the type of people joining, in order to better tailor their scams.


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


A startup that wants to give people a digital home and help them share that home with others. It’s one of many companies that are hoping to make the sharing economy less of a weird thing only people who can afford to live in San Francisco do. The startup is already using its own properties to earn $5,000 monthly.


A startup that brings the best talent from the world's best schools to teach you how to be a better coder. The startup is an elite teachers program that has sold out its next batch of spots to students from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, and Israel.


Sends a reminder to a person’s phone to take a pill at a certain time, and also tracks how many pills they take. The startup is planning an update that will include an app that will help people keep track of what they’re supposed to be taking.


A consumer card that can be used at many places where plastic credit cards are accepted. It’s meant for the Indian market to replace a plethora of different forms of payment.


A startup that helps people find the best prices on flights from different airports, based on the distance between airports. It’s just one of many startups in this growing field.


A software company that works on “automated customer service.” They’re building a platform that will allow companies to automate many of the tedious tasks of customer service.


The idea is to provide a home base for travelers, since many are uncomfortable with the idea of being fenced in.


A tool that helps companies in France, Germany, and Belgium connect to Chinese suppliers.


Online training platform that builds on the idea that many different companies and organizations would like to train their employees and customers on the same topic and that it is difficult and expensive to purchase and maintain all these training materials. The company creates a marketplace of these courses and delivers them to people, allowing them to take the training on-the-go.


College employment data is hard to get, and many prospective students are unaware of job-seeking opportunities in their region.


A platform to give users a “just in time” grocery delivery in a few minutes in a city where in many places a delivery can be a two hour wait.


A solution for “scaling” public schools. It lets school districts work with an “empowered community” to decide how schools should be run, including how many teachers and administrators are required.


A software company building a web platform for small businesses to use for marketing and sales, with many of its customers already using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The company claims it’s already had over 1,000 customers sign up to use its platform, and has raised $1.2 million.


A visual dashboard for Uber's drivers, letting them see how many hours they've driven, what they've driven, and what they were paid.


A startup that sells a plan integrating engineering teams with the design team, managing the product and its entire life cycle, and automating many processes.


An enterprise phone system that allows companies to change their phones to a different number and have it ring as many times as they need. It’s similar to RingCentral’s business model where you can get a phone number on the side of your business.


At the end of the day, most of us want to be able to sleep well. But sleeping well can be complicated, as many of us have trouble sleeping on planes, in unfamiliar beds, and with new roommates.


Idea: A software platform that helps retailers serve their customers better, with many of the features of a CRM but specifically for retailer use


Idea: A company that helps brands manage their “influencers”, a new media channel that has emerged alongside more traditional ones like print, TV, and radio. There aren’t many tools for brands to use to manage this new channel, and the team wants to solve that problem.


Idea: A platform for insurers to call and text patients regularly about their health and to encourage them to get physicals. The startup aims to be a replacement for the “wellness programs” that many insurers have offered in the past.


Idea: A fintech startup that provides consumer loans in the Philippines to customers who don’t have many credit options.


A startup meant to help people with albinism in Tanzania, where many people are discriminated against, find employment


A software company that helps companies give their employees more vacation time. The startup makes it easy for employees to take time off, and it gives managers more information about how many days they’ll have to fill.