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Aspiring to be like Amazon, this startup wants to be the Amazon of the $3.5 trillion retail industry. They say they’re currently focused on a core product that will eventually be able to make recommendations for products to customers, and have already signed up a number of retailers.

165

A B2B company that helps international companies get bank account numbers and routing numbers for their offices in the US.

151

A platform that allows users to create and manage their own “user experiences” on a number of websites. People can make their own websites and online content, and get paid to do so.

142

A startup that helps big retailers manage a large number of different call center operations. The company says it has been able to save retailers over $100 million a year in labor costs.

131

A startup that sells virtual phone numbers that people can use to have multiple business lines

112

A tool for managing and harvesting content from a website’s search and sharing features. The startup has raised $5.2 million from a number of investors, including Google Ventures, Sequoia Capital, and Mitch Kapor.

106

A startup for the growing number of people who want to do freelance work, but don’t know how.

105

Polite.com is building on the idea of “time banking” — people who trade their time for other people’s labor. They have a number of products that do this, including a new one that pairs people with tasks and then allows them to track their work.

92

A software company that makes managing a large number of Twitter accounts easier. The startup has been able to grow its customer base at a rate of 50% per month, and has built a $2 million annual recurring revenue business.

89

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A startup that’s building an end-to-end GPS-based tracking app to help college students stay safe when they’re out on the town. The founders say that they’re already working with a number of colleges on their app, and that it’s been saving students from dangerous situations.

88

A way to create a “digital currency” that can be used across a number of e-commerce sites, allowing them to transact easily and quickly.

88

The goal of this startup is to help consumers shop for services that match their needs, rather than relying on recommendations from friends and family. The company looks to compete with platforms like Groupon and LivingSocial by selling subscriptions that will take care of the customer. The startup is already working with a number of Wal-Mart and Kroger stores.

88

A SaaS solution for HR teams that lets them manage a large number of employees quickly and easily. Encom is growing quickly, and recently raised $4.5 million on a $10 million valuation. It has over 2,000 customers from Fortune 500 companies such as Pepsi, Walgreens, and Verizon.

87

A student loan refinancing platform that allows borrowers to pay off their debt in a number of different ways, including a lump sum or a fixed payment.

87

A dashboard that tracks the number of open jobs and hires, highlighting the best places to find work.

86

A mobile app that allows customers to book services from home doctors. They’re also focusing on providing privacy for health services, by ensuring that the doctor never sees the patient’s name, phone number, or address. The company is currently working with a hospital in NY.

85

A human resources software company that helps companies track their employee’s work hours, track TPS reports, and calculate the number of employees they need.

84

A startup that creates a “personalized customer journey” for a customer that goes through a number of services in their home, including electricians, cleaners, and more.

81

The startup is creating a “smart” wristband to track the number of calories a person is burning.

81

A company building software that helps banks manage loans, with a particular focus on reducing the number of payments.

80

The startup is building a system that lets restaurant operators do inventory management automatically, which is difficult because of the high number of variables involved in managing inventory, from the type of food to how it’s portioned and stored.

80

This startup aims to help chatbots learn from user inputs and be used in a number of enterprise use cases.

79

This is a tool for businesses to get a customer’s information, and then sell it to marketers. For example, if you want to get your name and phone number out to people, you can use their product. The company is centered around the idea of a “content spider,” a simple tool that can crawl the web and pull up information it needs.

78

A logistics platform for food-delivery services. The startup’s founders are now working with a number of food and beverage companies in the Bay Area, including Temescal Brewing.

78

A company that provides software to help people make money while they sleep. The company has raised $2.6 million from a number of investors, including the founder of Origo.

77

In the past year, the startup has grown to have over 500 media outlets and over 1,000 reporters and editors, covering everything from sports to politics, and local to international. They’re aiming to grow that to 10,000 members and double the number of journalists that cover the news.

76

A startup that helps companies manage their customer service costs by managing the number of customer support hours.

76

A “Social Commerce Platform” that allows brands to tie social media to their sales. The startup wants to help brands take advantage of social media to interact with their customers and drive sales. It’s working with a number of brands including Lululemon, Gatorade, and, most recently, Kia.

76

Startup #7 is a marketplace for student housing. The company aims to transform the student housing industry, which is currently dominated by a small number of large corporations.

76

A tool for companies which allows them to set up a phone line to text customers. The idea is that companies can have a central number where they can text customers and the app can notify customers of late payments.

75

For over two years, the company has been working on a platform that allows teams to track the sales process and view it as a movie, with data visualizations and a dynamic timeline. Users can pull data from any source, and the company’s been working with a number of clients, including the White House, to do this.

74

A startup that provides a service to help companies cut down on the number of questions they’re sending to job applicants

73

A startup that gives a voice to a growing number of people who are sick of the medical system, especially in the US. It aims to help people connect with their health care providers in a more direct and human way.

73

An email app that lets you set up alerts for specific topics, and lets you get email updates from a growing number of organizations including the White House.

73

A quick and easy way to pay, accept donations, and market for nonprofits on the web using just a mobile number, email address, and name.

72

A tool for hiring consultants, with the goal of reducing costs by 30% and cutting the number of steps it takes to get a consultant hired.

72

This app for restaurant managers lets them manage their restaurant’s food costs. The app is designed for restaurants with a large number of employees and several kitchens, and helps them track costs and improve efficiency.

72

A startup that lets users order flowers on the go, then have them delivered from a local florist, all made possible via a phone number the user can text. The app is currently free, but a paid version is in the works.

70

A digital platform that allows users to build and share images and designs with other users. The company is working with a number of brands, including Walmart and Target, to boost their presence on social media.

69

A startup that wants to use artificial intelligence to help improve the lives of aging parents. The company's first product is a watch that listens to the wearer's heartbeat and detects a change in heart rate caused by a number of possible issues. It then sends help via text message.

68

A startup that’s building software that helps doctors and health providers strategically manage the number of patients they see in a given day

68

A mobile app that allows you to manage your credit and debit card numbers with just your phone’s camera and a voice response. Circle uses the camera to take a picture of the card and then calls the number on the card to confirm it’s valid before linking it to your phone.

66

A startup that aims to help college students get answers to their questions about their health. There are an estimated 1.5 million students with health questions and a very limited number of resources to direct them to.

66

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.

65

A free employee referral program for companies with more than 100 employees, which they say allows companies to double their referrals and increases the number of employees they hire.

65

This company is building a mobile app that helps hospitals track patients. The app helps hospital staff get real-time information about patients and is intended to reduce the number of readmissions.

65

This startup wants to bring more transparency to online rental listings by creating a search engine that sorts and ranks homes based on their location, amenities, and price, as well as the number of reviews they have.

65

A digital payment platform that allows consumers to pay with their accounts without ever entering a card number.

64

This is an alternative to the standard subscription model for software. Instead of buying software and only using it, it allows companies to buy access to the software for a set number of uses over a year, and then the software is deactivated once the period is up.

62

A software development company that tries to reduce the number of bugs in a product by having customers pretend to be nonspeaking computers.

59

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

58

A smart phone app that makes it easier to find the cheapest airfare for travel on Facebook. The startup has already seen success with the app, and says they’ve seen a 150% increase in the number of people in India who use it on a daily basis.

58

This startup is building a software platform that helps people find the right candidate for a job. The company is trying to help HR teams increase the number of hires by helping them manage their hiring pipelines.

56

A mobility platform that connects businesses with the right tools to make it easier for drivers to earn income by delivering packages and other items. The startup’s co-founder, Alex Boussard, says they’ve already seen interest from a number of major companies and has even managed to raise a few million dollars in funding.

55

A credit card that rewards its customers for giving back to the community. Instead of paying a flat fee for the credit card, customers are charged based on the number of points they earn for charitable donations.

54

A tool that helps teams manage their product backlog. It’s built on Trello and has built-in integrations with a number of other tools. It has raised over $400 million to date.

54

The company’s target market is the 50 million people in India who have mobile phones but do not have bank accounts. The app uses SMS and a mobile number to allow the user to transfer money into their account.

54

A digital library for insurance claims denials that allows users to search by claims date, policy number, and treatment. The app also provides a log of all denials by date and saves a copy of the denial letter for each policy.

53

A product that helps people manage their digital content. The startup says they’ve been working with the Y Combinator alumni community since 2013 and has already helped them launch a number of products and services.

53

A startup that wants to be the Amazon for home services, making it easier for customers to buy a service without having to rely on a retail retailer. The company has already signed up a number of local hardware stores.

51

A startup and time tracker for freelancers. It’s also a social network for the growing number of freelancers.

51

A startup that wants to cut down on the number of meetings that happen in the office, and track them digitally.

51

A home rental platform. The startup wants to let people rent out their homes. It’s a very young company, so it’s not clear how they’ll get the number of renters needed to make a dent in the real estate market.

50

A startup that gives users an easy way to make a donation to a cause of their choice. The startup is looking to increase the number of causes a person can donate to by cutting down on the number of steps required to do so.

49

A product that allows you to set a reminder on your phone for when you will receive a package and the tracking number. The startup has raised $1.8 million to build out its business.

49

The top 10 list of the most common ideas was based on the number of pitches submitted by companies.

48

The company is building a tool that lets you browse and buy things online without having to provide your credit card numbers.

46

A cooperative that helps small-to-medium sized businesses with a number of issues. From customer service to marketing and HR, The Cooperative can help small-to-medium sized businesses with a number of issues.

45

A startup that wants to create a platform for managing the growing number of products that are connected to the internet, and which want to be part of the Internet of Things.

45

A way to help businesses manage their energy consumption. The startup has over $2 million in funding and a number of pilot programs in the works.

43

It turns any mobile phone into a live ID, and promises a “one-tap verification” that will be accepted by a growing number of retailers.

42

A SaaS application that helps businesses manage and secure their customers by creating and enforcing rules for their phone numbers.

41

A company that sells custom-made T-shirts for its customers, and has partnered with a number of companies like Coca-Cola, McDonald's, and Tapatalk to offer exclusive designs.

40

This venture helps people buy real estate using only their phone number.

40

A startup that manages the billing cycle for restaurants and other service companies, with a goal of reducing the number of times customers have to reconcile with their bank account.

40

A content recommendation platform that partners with influencers to help them get more followers and more engagement. They say they’re already working with a number of celebrities.

38

The startup is building a suite of tools for companies to manage their supply chains. The startup is partnering with a number of companies to help them better manage their supply chains.

38

An online marketplace for buying and selling used cars, with sellers spread out across the US. A small number of sellers offer used cars, but most of the items are from rentals. The company has raised $40M in a Series E.

38

This startup is looking to help creative agencies manage the growing number of creative teams, with a service that helps clients manage their work flow, manage their expenses, and manage their teams, all in one place.

37

An online community for entrepreneurs and innovators. With over 3,000 members, it’s hosted by a number of founders, including Evan Williams. The startup has raised $8M to date.

37

A startup that plans to use machine learning to reduce the number of calls to customer support teams.

36

A platform for recruiters to manage and find candidates from social networks. They charge companies by the number of applicants they get, and are already working with Y Combinator.

35

This company is building a platform to help sports teams with fundraising and managing their community. They’re working with a large number of MLB teams.

34

A software company that helps retailers sell their products on Amazon.com. The founders say they are seeing 100% conversion rates on Amazon and “super-high” sales numbers.

34

A business platform for Indian SMBs to better manage their finances. Over the last 12 months, the number of SMBs on the platform has grown 50%, with an average monthly transaction size of $3,500.

30

A platform that helps people ask for things on their phones. The startup has been working with a number of companies and wants to expand their platform into other verticals.

30

This startup is developing a platform that aims to reduce the number of phone calls a doctor makes to patients.

29

A search engine for mobile phone numbers with features like call forwarding.

28

There are a staggering number of these startups. The following are just some of the more prominent ones.

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A business that seeks to create the next generation of data reporting for agencies, which are tasked with crunching the numbers on everything from city budgets to loan applications.

27

A platform for building products faster. The company has a number of clients already, including the Smithsonian, HuffPost, MTV, and the National Football League.

25

A startup that lets companies receive real-time feedback on their customer service. The founders say that customer feedback is the number one driver of company growth.

23

A company that helps businesses stick with their promises to consumers, an increasing number of which are increasingly tech-savvy.

23

Everyone is doing it: Amazon, eBay, Walmart, then you have Home Depot and Lowe’s. But Meijer, a Midwest-based retailer that operates grocery stores and a number of other retail chains. Meijer is looking to use the e-commerce trend to stay ahead of its rivals and has begun selling products that haven’t been available in stores in the past, like wine and cheese.

22

One of the largest investment firms in the US, Union Square Ventures, has been investing in a number of consumer tech startups. They’re focused on building services that make it easier to sell and manage products through the internet, and they’re actively looking for seed stage opportunities.

20

A social security number manager that takes all the pain out of setting up a new account. The startup’s goal is to help small businesses and freelancers manage online accounts that require a social security number.

20

A software platform for financial services. The startup aims to make the process of understanding numbers easier.

20

A data science company that uses machine learning to help brands better understand the number of people who’ve seen their ads.

20

In the last decade, the number of startups has continued to grow, making the San Jose area "the best place to start a business in the world."

19

A startup that pairs a user’s phone number with a set of features that are only available during a certain time of day. It’s meant to help users fill out surveys faster by making the process more convenient.

19

A device that can help “people get in shape”. The device is currently being used by a number of fitness studios and gyms that cater to women. The company has raised $2.5 million.

18

A ride-hailing app for the elderly that wants to reduce the number of older people who are dependent on caregivers.

18

A company that helps companies create video campaigns, including the production and editing of videos. Founded in December 2017, the company has raised $1.1 million from a number of investors.

17

A company that helps companies like Uber and Lyft to gain access to a large number of drivers for

17

A company that helps companies count the number of views their videos receive.

17

A platform to help talented people find jobs in the tech industry. Its founder, Aaron Jaffe, says he’s working with a number of the Valley’s most prominent startups.

16

A software company that helps users find a product or service for their specific needs. Based on the number of users it has, it’s looking to raise a round in the second half of 2019.

15

Posh is a visual voicemail company that wants to make it easier for businesses to switch from standard phone voicemail to the sort of automated visual system that helps you manage your schedule. The company is building a platform that can be integrated into any number of systems.

15

A social enterprise that sells a monthly subscription to its members, who can use the service to get a cup of tea in their home or a drink in a restaurant. The company hopes to provide a service to the growing number of people who do not have access to this basic human necessity.

14

A tool that lets you build a phone number from a website

14

A notification app for your phone that gives you a couple of seconds to not answer calls and texts while it pulls up the phone's number details.

13

A company that helps your corporate phone number be your personal cell phone number.

13

A solution for taking a photo of a damaged license plate, then automatically attaching the license plate number to that photo.

13

Becoming a New York City taxi driver is a good way to make good money, but only if you have a clean record. The startup, which has a number of New York City employees, wants to make the process of getting a taxi license more efficient, and safer. They’ve gotten a lot of traction in New York City, and have promised a monthly income of $1,000.

12

Real estate startup that wants to help landlords put their buildings on the MLS, reduce the number of agent calls they get, and automate their signups.

12

This company makes a “cute,” AI-powered tool that allows developers to translate a website into a number of other languages.

11

A startup that allows users to “pay” with their face instead of their phone number.

11

A startup that helps businesses in India, for instance, sort out GST numbers, and upload databases in an easier way than using an Excel spreadsheet

10

A company that helps companies easily switch their customer service calls from one number to another.

10

A UK-based startup that aims to increase the number of people who book and

10

A credit card-like card that uses biometric data (like fingerprints or palm prints) to authenticate users. It is a way to make mobile payments easier, as the card can be linked to the user’s mobile phone numbers.

9

Inmar is backed by a number of investors that include:

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A cloud service that can help manage the free software licenses, license numbers, and authorizations of software you’ve downloaded.

9

A startup that allows users to connect their credit cards and bank accounts to their phone, so they can pay through the app using their phone number.

9

A facial recognition service that the founders say is “unparalleled”, and that has raised over $1 million in funding. The company is currently hiring, but declined to disclose numbers.

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A call tracking app off of the client’s own phone number.

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The concept is a “dynamic price guide” that helps consumers decide on the best price for a product. It’s a knowledge base of price comparison numbers and historical data to help users decide which store has the best price.

5

An API for building multi-device applications that can connect to real-time data sources like sales numbers, sales forecasts, weather, and other data to give business insights.

5

A startup that helps people with their resume if they are having a hard time getting one above a certain number

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Idea: Easy way to get a European mobile number

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Idea: A startup that makes it easier for people to sell or donate their clothing. Users take a picture of their items and it’s automatically listed on a number of different online marketplaces.

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Idea: A startup that’s built a quick-and-dirty tool for people who are creating a business plan, designed to help them connect the dots and make sure their numbers are solid.

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Idea: A startup that wants to make it easier for the under-banked to get an online checking account. The startup is working with a number of different providers to make sure they have a bank account for the right price, no matter who you are.

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Idea: A way to buy and sell phone numbers, with the team saying that a lot of people are talking about retiring their phone numbers because of changes in the current contact system.

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Idea: A craft brewery with a subscription model — you can buy a membership which gives you a certain number of free beers per month, or you can pay for a certain number of beers per month.

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Idea: A startup that connects coaches and athletes, giving athletes a way to contact coaches and coaches a way to get paid for their advice. They’re currently working with a number of teams in the Philadelphia area, including the Philadelphia 76ers.

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