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A company that will help you create the perfect visual resume, with a template that’s designed to fit any job you might apply for.


 A “kind of Tinder for hiring”, matching people who want to work together and those who might not be a good fit with each other. Its goal is to help employers find and hire better talent, while helping job seekers find the perfect fit.


A startup for financial advisors to offer financial planning services to businesses, taking a commission on the fee. For instance, the advisor might charge $150 to help a company with a financial budget.


A startup that helps people track their workouts and plan healthy meals. The startup is focused on helping people who are healthy and want to keep it that way, and the company says that because the company’s algorithms are based on historical exercise data, it’s able to identify trends that are more accurate than what a person might individually determine for themselves.


A “crowdsourced recommendation engine” that uses a model built on Yelp and other reviews to help people find apps and services that they might not necessarily know about.


This startup is building a platform to help people discover new stories and books they might like to read. The startup says it has 15,000 users who have opened the app 5,000 times.


A chatbot for your team. It’s a way to automate what otherwise might be a time-consuming, low-value process for your team.


"We're trying to make a video game about men and women," Pachter says. "It's about gender equality. It's a game about how men and women are treated differently, and how that might be changed."


A tool to help companies identify which of their customers are at risk for churn, allowing them to target people who might be worth their time.


This startup wants to use machine learning and cryptocurrency to make “recommendations” based on what you might want to listen to.


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.


A microfinance company that provides small loans to farmers in India to help them hedge against the possibility that their crops might fail.


A tool that predicts which part of a city you might want to live or work in, based on what’s nearby.


While the idea of a self-driving car might look like far-fetched science fiction, the reality is that the technology is already at work on the roads of the United States and Europe. However, it is still too expensive for consumers to access. The startup, which is still in stealth, is working to make the technology accessible at a consumer level.


A startup that wants to help people with their investments by recommending other startups they might want to invest in.


If you’re a regular user of Basecamp, you might like the new Slack integration that lets you do almost everything you can do in Basecamp using a Slack channel. The startup is building a Basecamp for the Slack crowd.


A platform that helps companies build their own “anchor stores” — the “experiences” that people want to do in a particular city. For example, a company like Amazon might want to open up a store in San Francisco, but they’re not the first company to do so. The startup builds out a list of all the other stores in the area, and allows companies to apply to open up a new one.


An online campaign management platform that helps companies monitor and steer the conversation around their products, products that might otherwise get drowned out in the noise of social media.


A platform that helps local governments and organizations work with volunteers to reach people who might not otherwise be reached.


Of course, that’s just a sampling. And some of these companies are still in the idea stage, so they might not turn into actual businesses. But this list shows that there’s a lot of revenue to be made building new tools for the online world. Now it’s up to entrepreneurs to decide what sorts of products to build.


The startup is aiming to build a way for employers to track the quality of their workers, and fix any issues that might be holding them back.


Subscribing to offers you can share on your Facebook feed, and then a “curated” feed of other people’s stuff you might like.


A startup that wants to build a social credit system in China. They say that if you’re the type of person who might not be able to get a loan in China — like someone living in a rural village — then your credit score will be pretty low. The startup wants to build an online platform to expand the reach of credit scores to everyone.


A tool for managing content marketing called "MightyBuzz."


A visual communication app for professionals in real estate. Clique uses an algorithm to guess what type of room a person is looking for and suggests people they might want to work with.


Idea: TrackR aims to help keep track of your things, be it keys, pets, or anything else that you might lose The hardware is a small device that can connect via bluetooth to your phone


A new way to pay for groceries, with an app that allows customers to scan their items. The app will be able to take payments using cryptocurrency, and use machine learning to predict what customers might buy next.


Idea: A startup that helps people with mobility issues navigate the world. It’s a website that aggregates all the information you might need to find a public restroom or get to a destination nearby


Idea: A mobile app for on-the-go business people that helps them find somewhere to go at night and in situations where they might need a place to crash.