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A device that can measure how much a plant needs to water its roots and send that data to a mobile app.

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A startup that helps users prioritize their goals based on how much time they have to spend on them.

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A startup that is building a consumer-facing app that’s essentially a data-driven diary. The startup wants to help people understand what they’re eating, how much they’re exercising, etc.

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A product that tracks how much someone earns, automatically providing estimates for taxes and retirement

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A startup that helps people who are preparing for retirement: for example, figuring out how much they need to save, etc

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A startup that helps businesses manage their cash flow. The tool helps companies forecast where their cash will come from, and sends automated reminders when it runs low. The startup uses machine learning and AI to help companies forecast how much cash they would have at this month’s end and the next month.

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A startup that uses machine learning to calculate how much a customer would pay for a service.

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A startup that provides data about charities so you can see how much they are spending on administration vs program expenses

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A mobile app that helps business reduce expenses by keeping track of how much they spend on things like office supplies, bank fees, and marketing.

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A startup that is building a platform for onboarding new talent at small- and medium-sized businesses. The startup looks to make the hiring process much easier and more efficient by connecting employers with freelancers via an online marketplace.

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A startup that wants to help people manage their debt, using a predictive system that helps them know whether they’re spending too much or too little.

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A tool for working with data in order to understand the real world. For instance, a medical researcher can use it to investigate how much stress the human body can handle, or to understand how people interact with their surroundings.

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A company that makes and sells a black box for cars that gives you information like how much fuel you’ve put in.

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A company that predicts how much a customer is willing to spend on a new product and then serves up the product based on that prediction.

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Building a platform for talent recruiters, which shows them exactly how much they should be paying for a new hire.

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The Delhi-based startup is building a platform that helps users book flights, hotels, and car rentals with a single app. The company claims it can slash travel costs by as much as 80 percent.

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A startup that’s building an online platform for people who want to build and sell their own custom iPhone cases. The startup’s founders say that about 1% of the cases sold in the US are custom-made, and a handful of startups have tried to build their own platform for selling such cases, without much success.

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A startup that allows your smartphone to operate as a wearable device that can track your movements, showing you how much exercise you’re getting.

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This startup is building a platform that lets users scan in their groceries, learn how much it costs, and then print the bill at home.

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A startup that helps companies focus on getting products in front of customers rather than spending too much time on marketing.

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This platform helps tech companies that would like to sell software as a service (SaaS) to clients. The platform allows for businesses to reach their clients directly, and also helps them understand how much money their clients are spending on software.

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A company that aims to help users identify how much they are spending on their utilities each month, and help companies better predict demand.

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A startup with a $50 million-plus funding round, which makes networking events and events for startups much easier – with a central platform for event organizers and attendees.

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A digital health platform that provides a much better, more complete view of a person’s health. The company has been in stealth mode for a couple of years and is now publicly launching.

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A startup that aims to take the power out of microgrids and put it into the hands of consumers. The startup is working on a battery pack with solar panels that can be installed on the rooftops of homes and offices and be used to supply electricity for a certain period of time, much like a powerbank.

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A startup that wants to make the process of buying a meal much simpler, giving restaurant owners online tools to manage and track reservations and billing.

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To help people make better financial decisions, the startup is building a mobile app that guides users through financial modeling, much like a savings calculator.

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A software for financial advisors that helps them fish out bad investments and clients that are taking too much risk.

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A “big data” solution that helps food companies track their supply chain and predict how much food they’ll need to produce. The startup’s founders say they’ve already signed up over 500 clients, including Walmart, Nestle, and Cargill.

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A physical card that tracks how much you’ve walked, and further tracks you on an app.

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A startup that helps people manage their cryptocurrency portfolios Users can keep track of their portfolio and see how much profit they’ve made

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This startup is a “personal budgeting solution” for freelancers. The idea is to make it easier to see how much money you’ve made and how much you’ve spent over the course of your career and to make it easier to plan spending.

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A tiny startup with a big mission: it wants to find out what happens to coral reefs when they are threatened by climate change. The company has launched a stand up paddleboard to see how much pollution and sediment a reef can handle, and wants to combine this with data from satellites and drones.  The startup also wants to restore coral reefs and is building a drone to do this.  It plans to use this data to create predictive models of how reefs could react to climate change.

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A “one-click” platform that helps businesses create, edit, and schedule funnels. The platform is focused on making it much easier for businesses to digitally market and promote products and services.

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A SaaS service that helps businesses manage their social media accounts, and make money from them. The startup charges a fee for the service, but it’s unclear how much.

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A kitchen system called the “KitchenPod” that’s meant to let you cook, then take the result home for later. The kitchen has a base unit, and a separate pod that connects to a smartphone. The fridge is connected to the base unit via Bluetooth, so it can track things like what you’re eating and how much of it you’re eating. When the pod is connected to the base unit, it can track the fridge’s temperature, as well as how much food it’s holding.

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A software platform that enables the sharing of carpooling services based on income levels, creating a price that includes how much it costs to get to work, how much your coworkers are willing to pay, and how much you’re willing to pay.

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A startup that is building a tool to help non-profit organizations raise funds. It’s an SBI platform that allows donors to donate in their own currency and for donors to specify how much they’d like to donate.

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A product that helps manufacturers manage their supply chains, including knowing how much of their inventory is in stock and which retailers are in the best positions to buy it.

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This startup is building a student loan calculator for borrowers, to help them understand how much they will need to borrow in order to fund their degree.

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A tool to help people understand their finances, in the form of an app that takes a person’s income and expenses and tells them how much to spend each month. The startup is also building a tool to help people understand their credit scores, and is working with several credit scoring agencies.

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In May, the startup launched its first version, a $300 PC that it said could run as much as 40% faster than similarly priced machines. The company’s second version is a $1,000 PC that it says is twice as fast as its first version.

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The online marketplace where used cars can be bought from sellers and sold to buyers. The startup is private and hasn’t released much information on its model, but it’s looking to build a local network of auto sellers and buyers who make purchases through a mobile app.

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A startup that helps you figure out how much money you should save for a vacation or a house.

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A startup that makes it possible to buy, sell, and collectively organize ridesharing services, much like Uber or Lyft but for cars

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The startup provides software, training and data to help consumers achieve their fitness goals. The company’s software, which is built on the premise that “it’s not about the number of times you go to the gym, it’s about how much you get done when you go”, has won the Best Startup Award at the Philadelphia Startup Weekend.

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A new kind of recruiting site that’s much more personalized. It’s designed to be a social recruiting platform, but with a focus on “the right person for the right job”.

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A startup that helps students with their college funding by letting them save for it in a way that’s much easier than applying for a loan.

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A startup focused on helping to lower the cost of the gig economy. They provide a platform for workers to outsource tasks as much as they need, and helps clients with tasks like hiring, HR, and payroll.

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A tool for companies to track their expenses and see how much they pay in overhead.

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This is streamlining the process of managing employees in-person and remotely by making it much easier to communicate with employees, set up meetings, and review schedules. The company is currently piloting with large retailers, and plans to expand to other verticals in the future.

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is a startup that helps businesses understand how much their employees are earning, what their biggest expenses are, and what their financial goals are.

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The company’s pitch is that it is building a digital platform to help entrepreneurs raise capital at a much lower cost than traditional venture capital.

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A startup that helps you find out exactly how much your home is worth. It’s a handy way to compare properties in your area.

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A tool that helps you visually approximate the distribution of code within a project and can even show you how much time you’ve spent on each line of code.

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A “smart” home that uses your smartphone to monitor your energy usage, giving you a report on how much heat you’re putting out and how much your bill is going to be

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A healthcare platform that connects patients with health care providers to find out what and how much they can afford.

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A wearable device that uses a sensor to measure how much CO2 each person is emitting. The startup is looking to reinvent the carbon footprint game by working with employers to offer discounts to employees who can reduce their emissions.

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A platform to save money on airline tickets for frequent travelers. The company’s software automatically determines how much you’d pay each way to get to a particular destination, based on your previous travel history.

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Filling the gap between the limited-access industry conferences it hosts and the online conferences that don’t have as much of a barrier to entry.

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A health app that helps people track their food intake from the point of purchase to the point of consumption, using a unique algorithm to allow users to get a sense of how much of their food they’re actually eating.

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A monthly subscription service for home laundry detergent that offers recommendations for how much to buy, when and how to use it. The startup has already sold more than $2 million in the past year from its first customers–with over 25,000 subscriptions.

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A startup that tracks how much time you spend on the various devices you use.

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A music subscription service that pays artists based on how much music people listen to. The company is already in talks with artists to create original content and bring it to their platform.

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A startup that helps artists understand the financial value of their works, the value of their brand, and how much they should charge for their work.

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A software company that helps businesses figure out how much they’re paying for electricity, and then sets up a cash flow model to ensure they’re using less electricity. The company has a database of over 1,000 utility companies that it uses to calculate the cost of electricity.

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A new kind of platform for recruiters and job-seekers. The company is aiming to automate much of the recruiting process, and is reaching out to companies to see if they can help them build out their product.

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A business lending platform for small businesses in the UK. The startup connects businesses with lenders at a rate of 5.5% to 8.5%, a much lower rate than banks charge.

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A mobile app for women who want to know how much time they spend on their menstrual cycle.

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A platform that enables investors to raise money with a single filing, much like a SaaS product.

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A startup that helps freelancers manage their time by creating a dashboard showing how much time they have to complete a project. It helps freelancers manage their time and act on time management tips they get from their favorite books.

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An API that helps companies that are not Amazon Prime members see how much they spend on Prime every month.

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A mobile messaging app that lets you keep track of the people you owe money to, pay them, and track how much you owe them.

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-Two-factor authentication, much like Google Authenticator, but for every service, including cloud-based software and device apps.

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A startup that helps you determine how much energy you’re using in an hour or a day. The app is free, and in the US will soon be free for all users.

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You take one of their books, but when you’re done you can download the PDF, which is much easier to read. They also have ebooks that include exercises, so if you’re a student, you can practice your reading over and over again.

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A startup that lets companies and teams track how they spend money and how much they’re saving, for tax purposes. The startup was founded by two former PayPal employees and launched in May 2019.

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A startup that wants to make payroll and HR admin easier, and provide more transparency into how much time people are spending on the job.

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A tool for finding out how much a particular product costs on Amazon.

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Idea: This startup is building a content-creation platform for podcasts Users can record a podcast right from their web browser, and the startup’s AI will do the rest The company is currently working on a feature that will let users easily subscribe to podcasts by just typing in their email address — much like the way that users can subscribe to YouTube channels by just entering their email address

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This startup makes a credit card without annual fees or a credit limit. Customers can pay as much or as little as they want each month and never be charged interest or fees.

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A startup that sells easy-to-use household appliances for people who don’t have much experience with them

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A startup that provides a tool where you can enter your bank account, credit card, and brokerage accounts and see how much money you have left to spend before you go over your budget

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A startup that sells a tool where you can see how much the things in your home are worth

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Idea: A startup that helps students and recent grads find and apply for jobs The target market is students who are pretty much guaranteed to get a job, but the startup’s ambitions are much larger

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Idea: A way to help people manage their personal finances and set goals. Users see how much money they have in their bank accounts, credit cards, and brokerage accounts on a single dashboard.

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Idea: This startup is building a tool for people looking to understand their own credit and financial health. The app answers questions like “How much money do I need to retire” and helps them make projections for future expenses.

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A startup for meeting planners and event services. A software company that helps companies manage their capital, cash, and expense budgets. A SaaS company that provides companies with an easy way to predict how much inventory they will need to order. An online marketplace that connects hotel merchants, small businesses, and other groups with the company’s hotel partners. A solution for real-estate brokers to manage and share MLS data securely.

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A mobile app that lets people track how much money they’ve saved through a daily savings plan.

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