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An online bank that focuses on serving lower and middle income customers.


If you’ve been to a restaurant in the United States, chances are you’ve left a tip. But what happens to that tip What if that tip was shared with the next person who dined at the same restaurant Farbric’s app cuts out the middleman, allowing the restaurant to keep more of that cash.


A startup that acts as a middleman between your friends and their travel agent so they can pay and set up their travel arrangements online.


A platform that helps big companies manage their supply chains, taking on the role of a middleman between suppliers, distributors and consumers.


This company helps middle schoolers learn about social justice by teaching them about the history of slavery in the US, how it intersects with other historical events, and what we can do to fight it now.


A startup that lets you use your smartphone’s camera to take a selfie with your face sitting in the middle of a cloud.


The India-based company wants to remove the middleman from B2B commerce by allowing businesses to create individual shopping carts and price all their goods without an agency setting charges.


The startup, which has raised $15 million in funding, aims to help consumers save on energy by acting as middleman between big energy providers and consumers.


A startup that wants to grow in the middle east and eventually offer a hub for those looking to find a doctor, dentist, or other healthcare professional in their area.


In the middle of April, Lyft announced it was making $1.25 billion in revenue per quarter, with over $1 billion in cash. In the middle of May, Uber announced that it had $7.4 billion in cash.


A booming business for managing and cutting out the middleman when buying and selling real estate. The company has raised $32 million to date.


A platform for the design and manufacture of solar cells. The startup wants to make solar cells more accessible for people in the developing world, with a focus on the Middle East.


A startup that helps startups in the Middle East and North Africa build apps. The startup allows the companies to build their own mobile apps, but then handles the back-end development and provides tech support.


A music-sharing platform that wants to take the middle man out of the music industry. The startup wants to make it easy for artists and labels to sell their music direct to fans, and also want to create a brand new revenue stream for artists in the process.


A startup that allows you to book a doctor’s appointment or other medical service in the middle of the night.


A mobile payment app for the Philippines. The startup, which launched its app last month, is targeting the country’s growing middle class.


A company that aims to build a web-based, third-party curator for Amazon. The startup’s founder says that by offering a third-party curator of Amazon, a company can take advantage of the huge inventory of products that Amazon offers and cut out the middleman.


A startup that aims to give sellers the ability to sell their projects on their own terms, without having to go through a large reseller in the middle.


A hotel booking app for the Middle East, powered by a social network of travelers and a marketplace of local and international hotel partners.


A platform that connects people looking to buy or sell their homes with real estate agents. The startup wants to be the middleman between owners and agents.


A startup that wants to be the middleman between the growing number of small-scale contractors and the big-contractor industry


A coalition of companies is trying to build a system for small businesses to buy and sell goods on the internet without a middleman.


Flex is a tool for managing heavy tasks, like data-entry or proofreading. It gets rid of the “middle management” of the traditional task-management tool.


A startup that helps middle-aged men build and maintain their net worth.


A company that helps employees get paid even if their company is out of money. A startup called Yieldbot essentially acts as a middle man between companies and their employees.


A company that wants to help people buy and sell property more efficiently, to cut out the middleman.


A platform that helps entrepreneurs in the Middle East launch their own companies in the U.S.


The Berkeley-headquartered organization was founded in 2011 to encourage entrepreneurship among middle-class Americans. It has a $50 million budget and has invested in more than 200 startups.


 A healthcare platform for middle-income families, providing a healthcare insurance plan with a copay that’s lower than what they normally pay.


A startup that helps hotels in Europe and the Middle East book rooms for corporate events with Fintech companies, using their own websites, without the need for a native reservation system.


A Boston startup that aims to make it easier for people to start a business by cutting out the middlemen that currently profit from them. It offers a suite of services that allow companies to set up a website in 15 minutes.


A tool for insurance brokers to track which agents have been working together to win new business. The startup is looking to provide “a better ROI for insurance brokers”, by cutting out the middle man.


A new way to help small companies make more money through marketplace lending, with a focus on the Middle East.


A company building a marketplace for providers of clothing, accessories, and home decor. The startup aims to eliminate the middle-man and help customers find the best deals, no matter if they live in SĂŁo Paulo or Seattle.


This startup is building an app that allows users to buy and sell local goods to each other directly in person, without going through a middleman.


A “self-learning” personal assistant that learns your preferences from your habits and adjusts to serve you better. The startup is in the middle of a $3 million seed round.


A blockchain-based invoice financing platform. The company wants to lower the cost of capital for the global invoice financing market. It’s using the blockchain to replace the middleman and make the process more transparent.


A startup for freelance designers that takes sticker prices and eliminates the middleman.


The startup is building a Wi-Fi device with a built-in battery for charging your phone in the middle of nowhere, allowing for more travel freedom.


An online marketplace for buying and selling used items and goods. The company is using a technology called RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) to allow consumers to scan an item and find out what they’re worth on the platform, which they say is a cheaper way to buy used goods, and helps sellers by cutting out the middleman.


A middleware for websites that lets them build native apps, and access the widening range of Android APIs.


A new way to sell and manage mortgage loans. The company wants to disrupt the industry by using artificial intelligence to manage home loans and lower cost by removing the middleman.


This startup wants to provide a degree in robotics to middle schoolers in South Korea.


There are hundreds of small companies and startups that help businesses find partners for all kinds of things, whether it’s for data analysis or marketing. Liminal thinks it can be more of a middleman, helping businesses find more opportunities to partner with other companies.


A platform that provides a digitalized M&A database for the $1 trillion middle market.


A food delivery app for restaurants that allows them to get their orders out quickly by cutting out the middlemen.


The startup is developing a system for remote workers that would allow employers to pay employees using a card that cuts out the middleman bank.


A startup that’s working on a new way to connect startups with investors. The startup is building a marketplace where startups will be able to connect directly with VCs without having to go through a middleman.


A B2B company in the middle of a three-year contract to acquire a VC-backed app in the healthcare market in the UK.


A startup where users can create and sell customizable AR apps. The startup is currently working with partners in the Middle East to help them get started.


A company that helps people buy and sell things on the internet. The startup wants to create a marketplace to help people buy and sell things faster and easier, without the middleman.


This startup is building a tool that makes it easier for journalists to find sources in the Middle East.


A tool for hiring employees from the Middle East


A startup for creative workers, including photographers, videographers, and designers. It’s a bit like Upwork but without the middle man — and is looking to expand nationally.


A company that uses the Ethereum blockchain and a native digital currency to buy and sell online content — with no fees and no middlemen.


A “middleman” for moving foreign currency between banks, the startup will offer a service that automatically transfers a customer’s funds from a U.S. bank account to a foreign bank account.


LendingClub is a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending company that aims to cut out the middleman lending market by allowing borrowers to connect with each other directly. The company’s P2P model is based on an algorithm designed to match borrowers with lenders. P2P loans were responsible for $2.7 billion in loans in 2017.


A platform that connects small farmers to buyers. The platform’s mission is to eliminate the middlemen in global trade by making it easier and more cost effective to purchase local produce.


A startup that wants to help the military track the movement of money in the Middle East.


A domain registration and hosting service for startups and entrepreneurs in India and the Middle East. The company is in the midst of a $1 million seed round.


A platform that lets people share and sell their homes for rent through a website or app. The startup is looking to take all the middlemen out of the home rental market.


A way to create a directory of Middle Eastern food for travelers, along with ratings and reviews.


A platform for retailers and brands to sell directly to customers from their website, with the goal of cutting out the middle man.


A company that tries to make it easier for consumers to barter with one another. It uses social connections to make it easier for people to exchange goods and services without going through a middleman.


This startup wants to help students pay for college by cutting out the middleman. With EnrollMe, students can set up online accounts at their schools, then buy the school's textbooks, pay for the school's dorms and student meal plans, and then transfer those funds directly to their school.


A tool that helps content marketers find the most effective ways to promote their work. The startup wants to make content marketing cheaper by removing the middleman and letting companies choose what works best for them.


A startup that’s building a platform to help middlemen brokers buy direct from manufacturers, helping to reduce costs, increase supply, and make sure all the right products are in the right places at the right time.


A group of four college friends who decided to start a company to help create a more efficient way to source and manufacture electronics. The company wants to be the first company to completely eliminate the middlemen of electronics manufacturing and create more manufacturing in the U.S.


Idea: A startup that helps companies discover the talent they need. It’s the middleman that does the work of finding jobs that need to be filled.


Idea: A startup that aims to help companies in the Middle East and India use technology to hire engineers and maintain online reputations.


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