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Groceries are a necessity for many people, but the process is often expensive and frustrating. The startup wants to simplify the process of ordering groceries and delivery by offering a concierge service and integrated ordering platform on their website.


An API that helps businesses and websites get an overview of how often people log in.


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 startup that tracks how often your employees are socializing and drinking, to monitor if they’re overdoing it. Based in San Francisco.


A health-maintenance company for the elderly, focusing on their social needs. The company’s founder and president, Alejandro Ortiz, said that for many older people, social engagement often goes missing, making it harder for them to stay healthy.


Health insurance is so complicated that people often prefer to just pay the tax penalty and ignore it. This startup wants to make health insurance easy, with an automated system encouraging people to enroll and take advantage of the tax savings.


A way to quickly send money to friends and family overseas. The startup targets people in the US who often don’t know how to send money overseas.


A startup that wants to help people find and hire home cleaners who are local, and who have the right experience. They want to help the market for home cleaning, which often lacks liquidity, by bringing order and transparency to the market.


A platform for financial advisors to manage their clients’ investments. The platform is intended to help advisors avoid mistakes often made by new advisors, and set up automatic investment reports.


A messaging app for urbanites in India, where the government has banned SMS and WhatsApp, and SMS is often unreliable.


A startup based on the idea that what’s often lost in the process of buying a car is the opportunity to sell it. CarBifi helps make the process of selling a car easier, and could be used by dealers to help people decide if they want to keep their car for another year.


Media startups are often built on the back of a single product, such as Skype or YouTube. The company’s founders say its technology can help companies figure out whether a new product is worth the investment.


 A startup to help job-seekers find the right internship. Internships are often unpaid and poorly advertised, and Noah & Noah wants to change that.


A platform for building art, where anyone can create a piece of art in minutes. The app uses a unique algorithm to make it easier and more accessible for people to make art, and it’s often seen as the most unique aspect of the platform.


A company is planning to launch in August 2020, working on a way to better integrate ad tech, which often gets in the way of native advertising.


This startup is building a network for the more than 60 million people who don’t have bank accounts — but are still expected to receive a loan, rent payments, or pay utility bills. As a result, they often don’t have access to the basic financial services they need. Envelope lets them become a platform for next-day payment, and offers payment-by-phone for small transactions.


In theory, this company can help retailers build better loyalty programs for their customers. Instead of rewarding customers with discounts and other perks, this startup says it can help retailers build loyalty programs that allow customers to earn rewards and discounts based on how often they visit the store.


If a company has an international lease in place, it can often forget to update it when it moves to a different jurisdiction. This startup, which is based in San Francisco, aims to make that process easier.


A startup that helps people manage their social media presence, making sure they aren’t posting the same content too often.


A startup that wants to make it easy to manage virtual attendees for events, which are usually hard to track and often not included in the database. The startup is releasing a beta version of its software in mid-November.


A microservices-based API which helps developers build applications which benefit from faster and more efficient data processing, often beyond traditional limits of the cloud.


A company that helps you sell your excess (often pricy) equipment and then buy it back at a discount.


A device that can act as a second screen for your smartphone, beaming to your TV or a projector. The startup is focused on the touchscreen issue, as the screen is often the weak link in smartphone use.


A startup that makes a medical device for monitoring vital signs and connecting to an app. The startup aims to save lives by simplifying and automating the processes that are often done by nurses.


A digital diary for doctors to track their daily activities. The startup targets medical consults and large-scale surgeries, which are often slow and expensive.


A startup that helps guide companies through the often confusing world of employee equity.


This startup wants to replace the inefficient and often criminally-run trucking industry with a new way to move freight that’s better for consumers, the environment, and the economy as a whole, by using autonomous vehicles.


This company wants to replace the often-painful experience of filling out a tax return with a more automated process. The startup is working on a software program that will work with H&R Block’s online software to take the pain out of filing a tax return and streamline the process. The company says it has $1.5 million in monthly revenue.


A tool for checking the quality of content on Instagram. The startup is often used to check the quality of organic tagging on the platform.


People often get sick in the winter, and the startup wants to help manage those colds and flu. It’s looking to build a platform that provides real-time tracking of colds and flu.


A company that makes it easier for businesses to publish and manage their URLs, which are often a pain point in running a company.


A startup that’s working to bring mobile-first design to the web. The company’s founder says that on desktop, responsive websites are too complex and hard to work with. On mobile, the opposite is true: sites are too simple and often hard to use. Sway is working to change that with a product that uses all the same features on mobile as it does on desktop.


A tool that helps small businesses, often in the food industry, track inventory and track store sales.


A system for managing supply chain operations. These systems are often too expensive for small businesses to afford, and IAC is aiming to make it affordable.


A startup for working out in the privacy of your own home. Coaches are often too expensive for these types of consumers, so the app helps them get started for free.


A company looking to build the ultimate medical-grade exam table. The startup has built a prototype that can raise and lower patients in ways that medical professionals often describe as “magical”.


A consumer mobile banking mobile app for the developing world. It’s meant to bring mobile banking to consumers in places where banking infrastructure isn’t robust, and where there are often mobile networks that are poor quality or nonexistent.


Micro-loans for the unbanked, with a minimum term of 9 months, a maximum term of 20 years, and a minimum interest rate of 2%. The goal is to offer a lifeline for the unbanked, who often have a hard time obtaining a traditional bank account.


Idea: A peer-to-peer lending marketplace The startup offers an alternative to traditional banks, which the founders say offer high interest rates, but often have hidden fees


Idea: A startup that’s building tools to help companies with the often complicated process of shipping products to their customers. Besides providing a platform for inventory management, the startup is building in features that will help companies manage and track their inventory and shipments.


xtractor is a platform for helping publishers convert their subscriptions into recurring revenue, which is often more profitable. xtractor’s pitch is hyperfocused on their customers’ business needs, like improving reader retention and increasing subscription and recurring revenue.


A startup that provides a way for users to alert emergency services of their location This is meant to be used as an alternative to calling 911, which is often the default option for users in emergency