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A startup that lets companies track their employees’ movements in and out of the office using GPS.


A startup offers a platform for small businesses to rent private offices and conference rooms to employees who work remotely.


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


Custom holograms for marketing campaigns, allowing companies to create holograms of their logo or product that can be used for promotions, company events, or even as stickers to mark employees in the office


A platform for sharing and selling reusable office supplies to businesses. The startup focuses on 8 great office supply items that are used a lot, but don’t get recycled as often as they should. They’re currently focusing on the US, but plan to expand internationally and into business software.


A “global prescription drug purchasing company”, with offices in New York, LA, and London.


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.


A global B2B company that provides “Digital Marketing, Web Development, and Digital Marketing Consulting,” with offices in Sydney, London, and New York.


A platform that helps people find jobs that they can work from home, where they don’t have to pay for a whole office.


A tool to create a photo-realistic simulation of an office environment with a 3D avatar. Its founders say it’s the first 3D avatar platform that is both accessible and real-time.


A startup that provides a service where they will come to your office and clean up all of the clutter that has built up (IE: cabinets, drawers, desks, etc)


HousingBridge is building a new kind of mortgage broker, which essentially performs mortgage origination services for large banks. The company is headquartered in New York and has offices in Chicago and San Francisco.


A startup building an app that helps companies manage their international workflows. The solution is aimed at companies that have multiple different offices around the world, be they full-time or digital nomads.


The co-founders of the company Seers are trying to undo the stigma of the “office dog”. They had their first pup, Mitzi, on the playground of Spotify's offices, and the company asked them to bring her to work. Now, she’s a dog who visits office visits from time to time to make sure that everyone is having a good time.


A platform for outsourcing work to freelancers in the UK. The startup helps businesses and professionals find freelance workers for different jobs. The company is based in London, and has offices in Berlin and New York.


This startup has created an out of office messaging app that lets you send all of your team members an email with a message and a URL to a video recording that you’ve made. The app is all about helping small teams manage their in-person workflow and avoid technology-driven distractions.


A platform with a web-based portal for doctors to access patient information, allowing them to talk to patients or patients’ families remotely through video conferencing, or call them into their office.


A platform that helps retail companies track and manage transactions in their stores and offices.


A tool for helping physicians see patients via video conference from their home office.


A startup that helps people find and hire people for jobs that are not traditional office jobs, like bartending, dog-walking, or light house-keeping.


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.


A two-sided marketplace for recruiting, with employers and job seekers trading feedback and contact information. The company is based in the San Francisco Bay Area but also has offices in Los Angeles and Philly.


A startup that lets you find and purchase reproducible office supplies with a simple, visual search for suppliers.


A solution for employers looking to recruit and manage a network of office staff.


A hardware company that builds its own Bluetooth devices with a focus on connecting medical devices to the internet. It recently raised $5 million in a Series A led by Family Offices.


A company that helps businesses sell and market their products on Amazon and their own website. It has 12,000 customers in India, and a team of 30 on the ground in a new office in Mumbai.


A financial services startup that helps small businesses get loans. The company sends loan officers into the field to help small businesses get loans quickly and at low rates.


A software tool for booking appointments at doctors’ offices, hospitals, and labs.


Fingers is a web-based email app for teams that aims to look familiar to those who’ve used Microsoft Outlook, and is for teams that are already using Microsoft Office. It allows users to set up and share meetings, schedules, and tasks.


A platform that helps people find products and services that fit their needs, be it products for their home, furniture for their office, or services for their pets.


Want a pager You’re out of luck, you have to go to the office to get one — but your colleagues have them. Proximity is a startup that lets you order a handheld pager for $15 a month that’s delivered to your home.


In the summer of 2016, Y Combinator opened a office in London to focus on Europe. The office is headed by Laura Simpson, who previously worked at eBay, and has joined the Y Combinator London team. Y Combinator London is focused on advising and investing in European startups and is led by Stephen O’Grady, who previously worked at Twitter, Google, and Yahoo.


In 2017, the U.S. Postal Service lost $65 billion, according to the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General. The USPS lost $1.8 billion in FY 2016, and $2.8 billion in FY 2015. That is a drop of $3.4 billion from the $1.9 billion that they lost in FY 2014.


A company building remote office apps for freelancers.


The startup is looking to digitize the process of back-office data entry. Based in San Francisco, the startup is currently focused on the insurance industry, though it's looking to expand into the retail and hospitality markets.


A way to increase the efficiency of office supply purchases. The company wants to use a rewards program for office supplies to encourage companies to spend more on the right things.


A startup for buying and selling used office equipment, including desks, chairs, and computers.


A company aiming to make tech easier to set up and use. Offerings include a virtual office, HR and payroll services.


A startup that lends out the tools necessary to set up a basic office at home, whether it’s for a small team, an individual freelancer, or even a single room. The startup has a platform for users to manage and share their work books, collaborate with other team members, and track team progress.


Helping companies in China with a digital office. The company’s users have more than 10 million users and it says it’s growing fast.


Helping companies review, rank and purchase equipment such as tickets, office supplies and food. They have raised $35 million to date and have a database of 15,000 to 20,000 clients.


A delivery service that gives customers the option to order a dozen or so items from a list of popular restaurants, which will be delivered to the customer’s home or office within an hour.


A company that helps companies and organizations raise money from new and existing investors, including Angel investors, venture capitalists, family offices and more.


A startup that offers an online subscription service to pay for parking in downtown San Francisco. The startup also offers a mobile app that allows customers to pay for parking without going into an office.


A startup that is creating a new kind of shirt to wear in the office.


A company that helps medical offices simplify the billing process for their patients.


A startup that uses text messaging to help people who are sick or at risk of infection simply call in and connect with a nurse or other professional for a chat, instead of having to go to the doctor’s office.


Produces maps of the world’s street address systems, using data from the U.S. Census, U.K. Post Office, and Google’s Street View.


A dental office that connects patients with dental surgeons and finds the best one for their needs.


A startup that aims to make the back office of pharmacies more transparent for patients.


This startup is building an “enterprise-ready” version of Microsoft Office for businesses.


An office terminal for cash businesses


A company that designs, manufactures, and sells wireless sensors that can be used to detect motion, temperature, and moisture in homes and offices.


A company that helps connect users with movers, whether it’s for students moving into a new apartment or for people moving out of an office.


A B2B startup that helps companies that want to open an M&A office in Asia.


A Sydney-based startup aiming to bring the benefits of the sharing economy to the office.


This startup wants to combine the functions of an insurance broker, a credit broker, and a loan officer into one company.


A startup that helps make buildings cool. In the past two years, it’s built a community of more than 60,000 people who have collectively built more than 100 buildings in more than 35 countries. The community is a nice complement to the three office buildings that are open to tenants in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.


A startup that’s helping dental offices reduce costs and improve patient experience by adding a 3D tool that lets dentists see what they’re doing in real-time.


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


A suite of tools to help prevent workplace stress. The company offers a virtual office, a health coach and a network of wellness experts to ensure employees are staying on track.


A tool for helping people set up and manage their own Wi-Fi networks at home or in the office, with a focus on security.


An office productivity app for remote workers.


A group of young filmmakers with a collective vision to build a film studio from the ground up, and will use the Y Combinator seed money to hire a chief operating officer and other staff to help them do it.


A company that combines the reach of Facebook, the functionality of Slack, and the simplicity of email. The startup is aiming at small businesses and enterprises that want a way to collaborate across teams to stay connected without spending a lot of time in the office. The company is currently in private beta.


Local delivery of food, groceries, and other perishables to residences and offices. They aim to solve the problem of not being able to get food on time because of busy schedules.


A startup that lets businesses get paid in Bitcoin. The startup has over 30 customers, and is now in the process of opening a San Francisco office.


A platform that helps make hiring easier for companies looking to hire in-person at their offices.


A company that makes modular office furniture that can be built by a customer, shipping it in 5 parts. It currently has 3 large manufacturers that it works with building its products in China.


An AI-powered chatbot that can help companies and employees schedule meetings, handle travel coordination, book rooms and even help with pre-determined tasks in the office.


This startup wants to make it easy for people to set up and manage their business in the cloud, but with the security of a physical office. They currently have over $100,000 in seed funding.


A startup that provides a service where people can go to an office and work for a day to give them a temporary feeling of working in an office


Idea: Tastemade is building a platform for brands and media to upload, organize, and distribute videos The startup has two offices right now — one in New York and one in LA, with a few employees in each


Idea: This startup wants to make it easier for companies to bring their employees to their home office The startup also is looking to build out a system that allows people to give feedback about the experience


Idea: Amazon for New and Used Office Furniture


Idea: A bot that sets up and manages an office


Idea: A startup that wants to help companies with international offices plan and coordinate business meetings


Idea: A smart thermostat that’s more efficient, and makes it easier to control heating in office buildings


Idea: A mobile app for legal services, to help people manage the details of their legal affairs online, without the need to go to a lawyer’s office.


Idea: A software company that makes a platform for college admissions officers to make their application process more efficient.


Idea: In the US, a startup that brings data from a person’s Fitbit or other fitness tracker into their doctor’s office. The system, called Bionode, is already used at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. They’re looking to branch out to other health providers as well.


Idea: A subscription box that helps you move into a new place, with tools and supplies to create a home office.


A network of physical offices for startup founders.