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A startup that helps people figure out the best way to buy a house (e.g. whether to buy an older home or to renovate an existing one)

1,748

A platform that helps people easily sell used furniture, household goods, and other items.

1,003

A startup for selling and buying used computers from other people. Users can sell their old computers in exchange for cash or trade them in for newer ones. The company provides a platform to help people sell their old computers and also offers a buy credit option.

378

The company was founded by Ramy El Bannaoui and Chris Curtis, who had previously founded the company in 2007 and sold it in 2011.

207

A startup that provides financial planning for high net worth individuals and families, and which has worked with the likes of Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Fidelity.

158

This is a startup that uses a mobile app and a camera to find street-level recycled products and sell them to the public. They started with old library books and DVDs, but are now selling all sorts of things.

138

M-KOPA is a tool allowing developers to create their own specialized hardware. The founders say the company has sold $4M worth of hardware over the last two years, though they’ve only launched on Kickstarter today.

136

A platform for managing micro loans for rural households.

120

A bot that can automate the process of selling products on Craigslist, on Craigslist, and on other sites where it can be sold. The product is geared towards online retailers.

114

A group of four-hour-old startups that are still around from Demo Day in June. The goal is to help early stage founders get funding and grow their businesses.

110

A startup that gives people a way to donate their old clothes to charities and non-profits

104

A startup that helps companies that are in the business of buying and selling old houses

102

If you own a home in the US, you can log into an app and see what the utilities are costing you in real time. However, the founders say that households throughout the world can benefit from a similar application.

101

A toolset that helps small businesses receive updates from the government and other stakeholders in an organized and timely fashion.

101

A startup that provides a service where people can send in their old books and they are sold to people in developing countries

96

A startup that helps you find and book a dog sitter so you can enjoy a two-dog household.

94

A cryptocurrency exchange that focuses on private investors. It uses a system of “certified wallets” with a touchscreen interface to allow investors to manage their holdings.

93

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.

92

A software company that creates an API for a network of processors and license holders to manage payments in real-time. The startup was founded by two former executives of Adyen, a global payment processing company.

92

A platform that allows people to rent out spare bedrooms and/or spare bedrooms with other household members. It’s designed to help people earn additional income from their homes while also giving their families the chance to stay in their homes in times of need.

92

This is an online marketplace for people who want to sell their old stuff. It also wants to be a marketplace for people who want to buy used stuff.

91

The Startup Genome is a biannual report on the state of entrepreneurship. It is produced by a team of researchers from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. The report is based on interviews with founders about their businesses, the challenges they face, and their plans for the future. The report is intended to give entrepreneurs, investors, and other stakeholders a comprehensive overview of the startup ecosystem in a particular country, and to help predict trends between countries.

91

An online marketplace where people can sell their old textbooks for cheap.

90

Digix wants to create a gold standard for digital currencies, with the goal of making a digital currency that can be stored and transferred digitally. The company wants to create a way for buyers, sellers, and investors to exchange digital currencies and reap the benefits of a global digital currency.

90

A startup that helps small businesses get more customers and better ways to do it through marketing. It’s a timesaver for small businesses and a good way for startups to get a foothold in the market.

90

A startup that sells a new take on a very old concept: Visa debit cards. The startup has over 1,000 customers, ranging from Nike to Goldman Sachs, and has sold over 5 million cards.

89

This startup wants to let people buy and sell their old electronics in their own homes. The company’s goals are to make it easier to resell items, and to educate people about how they can reduce their clutter.

89

A hardware company that wants to create smart hardware to help people manage their lives. The company wants to build smart devices that can help people find what they’re looking for, identify emotions, monitor health, and automate household tasks.

89

A tool to help users organize their email like personal folders.

88

A startup that sells a service where people can sell their old stuff and have someone deliver it to a store for them

87

A startup that is building a mobile app to help connect owners of both old and new cars in a seamless way, using data from the car itself and from the cloud to provide information.

87

A company that wants to re-create the good old days of the local neighborhood hardware store for modern consumers. They want to build a modern version of the mobile app that lets people buy and sell their stuff in a local community.

86

As a person’s social circle expands, it gets harder to keep track of old and new friends. Fellow is a service that helps you keep track of everyone you know, and share them with others.

86

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.

84

A startup that is building an app to help older people who have no intention of retiring age figure out which jobs they can or cannot do.

84

A startup that sells a service where they will help you figure out what to do with your old car when it’s time to trade it in

83

Seed-stage, early-stage, and pre-seed stage seed-stage companies are typically those that are less than 2 years old, and are valued between $500,000 and

83

A startup that wants to help users make more money by selling their excess household items to the public.

83

This is an outdoor camping stove that can cook in cold weather.

83

A wireless charger that’s designed to make it easier for people who have to hold their phone to their ear.

82

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.

81

A startup that helps people create custom, branded capsules that work to fight off colds and flu.

81

A platform for people to sell their old belongings on Craigslist. The startup wants to take the pain out of selling your things while also guaranteeing that they’ll show up at your doorstep.

81

A startup that wants to make it easier to source and sell used cars, cars that have not been bought and sold through a dealership.

80

A podcast network with a focus on “unscripted” storytelling, by people who are not professional journalists. It’s designed to free creative people from the pressure of telling stories they’ve been told to tell.

80

This is a “tech-for-good” project that wants to build a marketplace where people can donate their old smartphones and tablets to be refurbished and repurposed into solar-powered lights for developing countries.

80

A startup that connects employees with companies offering money to purchase their old cars

79

The company is building a platform for people to create and share videos of what they're building. The company's founder says that they've already sold their first video to a client.

79

A digital product that detects, tracks, and pays a user’s monthly rent payments. Due to rent laws, a tenant in many areas may not legally be able to sign for a check until it’s been deposited. By the time they can, the landlord has already moved on to the next tenant, which means the tenant may have to pay the holdback fee.

78

A household product company that sells laundry detergent and other cleaning products.

78

This startup is producing the next generation of technologies that can detect and remove water in buildings to prevent mold, bacteria, and other harmful microbes from growing.

78

A startup that’s building a marketplace that allows people to buy and sell their old Wi-Fi routers and other electronics.

77

Jet.com is a startup that will sell anything from household items to clothes to groceries to a single user, with no membership fees or minimum purchase requirements. It’s been called the Amazon of online shopping that will work on the ground. The company says it has 1.1 million active buyers already, and a $3 billion run rate.

77

A microinsurance startup that serves older Americans looking to make sure they don’t spend money on medical expenses they can’t afford.

77

This company wants to make it easier to sell people's old cars for them. The startup uses a site to sync with a person's social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and then finds their car on VIN-based sites like CarGurus and AutoTrader.com. Then, they'll take a significant cut of the sale price to buy back a car.

76

A startup that aims to help financial advisors in the US give advice to clients who are buying fixed-income investments. The startup is backed by the venture arm of Goldman Sachs.

76

The startup’s app, which is currently in beta, allows people to buy and sell used electronics by clicking between old iPhones and iPads. People can even keep track of the item’s age and condition which allows them to make smart purchases.

76

The startup is building a platform for house-hunting in India. It’s a service like Zumper or Realtor.com but for a country where 40% of houses are bought and sold on a daily basis.

75

In the past year, there have been a few notable exits from Indian startups and their founders. Vani Kola, co-founder of Zomato, sold her company to local rival Swiggy for an estimated $50 million.

75

Amazon Alexa has invaded every household in the US. The company wants to make the device even more useful, by adding a voice-controlled interface for apps.

74

A fashion marketer that sells online clothing at $20 per dress. It’s already sold over 5,000 dresses and is on track to make $10 million in revenue in 2019.

73

An ad tech company that’s building a new technology that they say has the potential to significantly change the way digital advertising is purchased and sold. The company’s technology has the potential to revolutionize the digital advertising market by giving advertisers complete control of their ad campaigns, directly from their desktop and mobile devices.

73

A startup that buys household items in bulk for consumers, and delivers them in bulk After shipping the products, the startup makes money by selling those items on the secondary market

72

A SaaS platform that builds and sells business software. Their most recent product was a payroll software for restaurants, which they’ve sold to multiple chains.

72

A startup that uses machine learning to help brands find the right person for the job. They claim to have found just the right person for 1,900 positions, including jobs at Uber and Goldman Sachs.

72

building a tool to help small businesses manage their paper files, like sales invoices, in a way that’s really convenient for everyone. The startup’s CEO says that they’ve already sold their product to three big companies.

70

The startup aims to solve the problem of the “job-hopping” millennial who wants to be able to get a new job without having to quit and wait for the old one to be filled.

70

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.

69

A technology company that takes photo and video content, and makes it into a product that can be resold as an image or video stock. They’re also developing a platform to enable photo and video creatives to get paid for their work

69

A payments app that can be used on any platform. The startup focuses on helping people save money by holding off on that $10 Starbucks drink for now.

68

A blockchain-based payment platform for digital content. The startup wants to replace the current system of content being bought and sold with a new one that’s decentralized, with long-term protection for the content and payment for publishers.

67

A way to automatically sell your old stuff on eBay, using big data to determine what you’re likely to buy again.

66

A startup that wants to make buying gift cards more efficient by allowing gift card holders to sell unused cards online.

65

A solution for the $4 trillion global oil market where producers don’t have reliable inventories and retailers don’t have a clear picture of demand or low prices. Oil can be stored in underground tanks and is more valuable if it’s in the right place. Oil Tracker aims to connect all the different stakeholders in the oil market.

64

A fitness tracking device that’s been downloaded over 3 million times, has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on the App Store, and was sold to Apple. It’s been used by over 60 million people and is now the best-selling fitness tracker on the market. It’s profitable and has a $300 million valuation.

63

A startup that aims to help people manage their health information in one place, giving them a central repository to hold all their medical records.

63

A tool that allows employees to manage their expenses so they can take accounting to the next level (and hold their bosses accountable for it). The team has raised $500,000 in seed funding and is based in NYC.

63

A startup that’s trying to build a new kind of HR software that can help replace the old-school HR role. It is hiring in the US

61

An API for buying and selling cars, with over a million cars already sold.

61

Fintech company that offers investors a way to borrow against their crypto holdings.

61

A company that helps small businesses sell telecommuting services. They’ve sold over 20,000 hours of telecommuting time.

61

A hardware startup that’s building ruggedized bitcoin hardware that can be sold to businesses and consumers. The company is currently working on a $1,000 device that it says can be used for up to a year on a single battery.

60

BookNow is a service for online ordering and payment for food, flowers, theater tickets, and more. The company claims it has sold over $10,000 worth of tickets in four months. They’re also getting some attention from investors.

59

A texting platform for groups of people to communicate efficiently. The startup wants to leverage its popularity in the soccer world to make the company a household name.

59

A startup for customers to imagine products and then build them from scratch, for customers to create their own products, products that can be sold on Amazon.com

56

Tracr is a B2B startup that allows companies to buy and sell tickets on the same day. They currently have 50,000 tickets sold daily, with a 4% take rate through the app.

55

This startup is building a platform for online tutoring that will help people learn subjects by watching videos and having them corrected by an older person.

55

An online platform for people to sell and buy their own cars. The company has already sold over $200,000 worth of vehicles, and has signed up over 400 sellers.

55

Fostr is a marketplace where people sell their unused clothes. The company has raised $1.5 million in seed funding and says they’ve sold over 30,000 items in the last two years.

55

 Founded by a 16-year-old, this startup is a tool to help people use their insurance money to pay for health care.

54

It’s a subscription service for most common household cleaning needs.

52

A startup that facilitates the donation of household items to people in need. It’s a B2B business.

52

A startup for hiring refurbished items. The company’s CEO, who is also CEO of a shipping company, has been refurbishing old shipping containers and reselling them on the site. The company has raised $1.5 million in funding.

52

A digital registry that records and organizes all your investment holdings.

51

A platform to help people find employees, rather than cold-emailing job-seekers.

51

A company that tries to get people over the old corporate fence by transforming talent management into a more human experience.

50

A new channel for people to sell their old books for profit

50

A tool to help businesses convert old school paper invoices and receipts into digital ones.

50

A company that helps people come up with products and services that can be sold on its e-commerce platform.

50

An API and a mobile app for Paypal. The startup aims to let Paypal users create personal online banking accounts and hold them in one place.

50

A new way to store and manage your digital media. The team at Briefly is building a platform that enables users to “train” their computer to automatically organize and discover their files, and then creates a “smart folder” that’s a digital representation of the physical one.

50

The company wants to make it easier for people to sell their old games online with a digital storefront, and also make it easier for people to get paid when they find bugs in games.

50

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.

50

A company that creates digital prints from the images of people, who upload their own images and the company’s prints are then rendered by using a computer vision. The prints can be sold as prints, clothing, or art.

50

A digital storefront for selling and marketing your art. The company is currently focused on artists whose work is sold by galleries, but it wants to expand into more verticals.

49

A two-year-old startup that builds tools for the lucrative e-commerce market in China. The startup has a system that allows online shoppers to track orders, and has a team of about 20 full-time developers.

49

A startup for freelance writers, editors, and translators. The startup is in its pre-launch phase, but has already sold $3,000 worth of services. It’s not a traditional marketplace, instead relying on a closed community of writers and translators who are all working on the same project.

49

A 4-year-old company that makes a programmable, connected-home appliance that can be programmed to do things from turning the AC off and on to turning lights on and off to listening to music and turning the TV on and off. The company has raised $7.3 million in funding.

48

A way for consumers to sell their old electronics and get paid for it, using an app that makes it easy for the buyer to scan barcodes.

47

A lot of companies are selling mobile phone cases with custom designs, but Nines offers custom design and production of phone cases, which will be sold in retail stores.

47

This company wants to build a mobile app that allows parents to choose what type of diaper they would like for their newborn, like chux or a prefold diaper.

47

A startup that wants to make it easy to replace your old and inefficient microwaves with a new model that uses less energy

45

A thermometer that tells when your house is too cold or too hot.

45

A group of startups that wants to build a more flexible alternative to the more common SaaS model. The startups want to build tools that let people customize their solutions into “custom apps” that can be sold to customers directly.

45

A three-year-old company building a real-time communication and collaboration platform for businesses and teams. It’s a tool that helps teams stay on the same page, and communicate as they work.

45

A platform for customers to find and book speaking engagements with companies, without the need to cold-call.

44

A location-based mobile gaming platform that partners with cities to hold gaming tournaments and earn revenue from in-app purchases.

43

A company that’s building an app that can manage the list of expenses of a household or individual.

43

People who want to sell their old furniture can list it on the site, which acts as a kind of garage sale, then buy it for a dollar.

43

A company that offers a platform that allows people to trade their old smartphone for a new one. The idea is that people can trade their used phones for credits that can be used to purchase a new one.

42

Fusion is a real estate software company that allows real estate agents to list their listings online and receive notifications whenever a home is sold.

41

A startup for people who want to donate their old home appliances, furniture, and other items for reuse. The startup says that in the US alone, more than 10 million items go unused in storage every year.

41

A startup looking to gain a foothold in business software for the real estate industry. The startup’s platform aims to help brokers, agents and developers collaborate on the back-end of their work.

41

A company that helps companies setup a single cloud-based site, on the site a mixture of physical and digital products can be sold through an e-commerce platform.

41

A program that helps people trade in their old textbooks for credits to buy new ones. The startup is working with publishers to get its new textbooks a little cheaper than new ones.

40

A startup that helps manage the risk of a global network of life insurance policy holders.

39

 A startup that scans the web for infringing material and sends the webmaster a notification. The company says it has a team of around 30 people who monitor the web for content it believes is infringing. The entrepreneur who came up with the idea told us that the team monitors about 20,000 URLs per day, and sends notification to site owners with the option to take down the content.

37

A startup that wants to make it easier for people to buy and sell their old phones, and also provide a marketplace for tons of other used phones.

37

Nota is building a tool that helps companies calculate their cost of goods sold on on each unit of product they sell. The startup built a tool that can predict and measure the cost of goods sold within an hour.

37

A platform for books, movies, games, and TV shows to be sold online. They’re a startup of a publishing company, who are using it to build their digital catalog.

37

This company encourages people to trade in their old phones for a new one that’s refurbished and refurbished again.

37

A solution for loans that are backed by corporate stocks, allowing their holders to be traded like stocks.

36

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.

35

A way to connect old-fashioned pay phones to modern devices, with the idea being to make current pay phones more productive.

35

Thoughtful home services that provide concierge services, cleaning, and other household issues. The company has $10 million in funding from investors including Michael Moritz.

35

A Chinese startup that wants to help people learn English faster and easier. The startup writes questions and answers on cards and puts them on a string, which people can play around with. And their idea is proving popular in China, with a million cards sold in three months.

34

A platform for selling and buying your car or truck, financed with a monthly payment. The startup sold its first loan in May with former GM executive, Mark St. Pierre, leading the company.

34

A community of people who have “fancy” allergies. The startup helps people with allergies to plants, animals, sewage, mold, and other substances identify which substances they’re allergic to, and share their reactions.

33

 A company that collects data from credit cards to build a predictive model of which cardholders are likely to pay back their debts (and which ones are likely to default). It’s looking to offer a free model to banks for their riskiest customers.

33

A platform for fans to get a hold of their favorite artists and get their first interview, exclusive concert tickets and more.

31

A startup that lets users share status updates with the press and other stakeholders. The startup wants to become a single point of contact for journalists and other stakeholders, allowing them to build relationships with journalists, send them updates, and more.

29

A solution for managing and storing information in the physical world, from paper records to files to folders.

29

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.

28

This company is building a way to track the financial life of a real estate property by using machine learning and artificial intelligence to help people decide whether to sell or hold onto a property.

27

This startup is building a platform that lets retailers sell their old stock at a discount and get a new customer through the process.

25

A startup that is building an insider-trading app that has a “whisper mode” that alerts the entire network when an event is happening. It’s working with clients like JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs.

24

A “programmatic” ad platform that changes the way ads are bought and sold, letting companies create ads in real-time, without having to have an existing relationship with a publisher. The startup has raised $4.3 million to date, and has plans for an IPO in the next year.

24

 A startup that wants to “make it easy to replace the old-school process of making a reservation with a web app”.

24

A startup that helps companies get energy-efficient lightbulbs into their warehouses. They’ve already sold over 1,000 LED bulbs in a few months.

22

A platform that helps saving for retirement, based on the idea that many Americans’ retirement savings come from old-fashioned and not so old-fashioned vehicles: cash deposits, a Roth IRA, or a 401(k).

22

An online platform for people to sell their old cell phones on. It has about 100,000 people already listing their phones, most of whom are in the U.S.

22

A platform for creating and distributing podcasts. The company is currently in private beta, and has already sold $2 million worth of ad-free podcasts, which are spread across categories like health, finance, travel, and parenting.

21

A 3-year-old startup that’s building an AI that can generate 3D models of objects using consumer video.

21

A tool for managing the chaos of information in a busy household. The app lets you track everyone’s schedules.

21

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

20

A way to allow people to make money off their old clothes or other items they no longer use. They take these items to local companies that refurbish them.

19

A platform for sellers of physical goods to get digital goods in return, which can be sold on other platforms.

19

A unique, third-party app that helps you track your shipping from UPS, FedEx, USPS, DHL, and Aliexpress. The company has sold $20,000 in products since October 1, 2016.

16

Helping people put their home into a rental portfolio. The startup’s platform is meant to help investors see the potential return on investment of the investment portfolio, and to help them decide when to sell or hold out for a higher return.

16

A tool for managing a household’s information, from bills to schedules to grocery lists to recipes. The startup is building out a family social network.

15

The startup holds a patent on a new type of printing process that uses a liquid to transfer the ink to the paper, eliminating many of the problems with traditional printing. The startup now wants to take that technology and apply it to the production of everything from paper to fabric.

15

This startup helps to deliver a new kind of photo book with a digital book that can be sold or shared online. It’s a premium service that costs $600 for a year.

14

A startup that’s creating a digital concierge service for everyday tasks. The company hopes to expand into household services, driving their business model with the same $1 per month fee they charge for their concierge service.

14

A startup building a “vertical-first” social network. The startup says it’s “targeting the very oldest of the old”, helping people who are looking to connect with people who are older than 50.

14

The company wants to create a crowdsourced set of office supplies, including note paper, highlighters, a notepad, a pens, a pen holder, a pencil sharpener, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a red pen, a whiteboard marker, a dry erase marker, a mini eraser, a phone stand, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business card holder, a clipboard, a sticky note pad, a notepad, a pen, a pencil, a highlighter, a pencil sharpener, a dry erase marker, a stapler, a paper clip, a paper clip holder, a USB, a business

14

A platform for small-time home contractors to bid on large construction jobs. The startup is being incubated by Y Combinator. This startup takes a relatively new concept, the gig economy, and applies it to construction, which is a relatively old concept.

12

The startup will provide an easy way to buy and sell your old electronics securely. The company will pay you in cash via PayPal or make a donation to a charity of your choice.

12

Idea: A company that is building a platform that helps people manage their cryptocurrency holdings. The startup helps people track the value

11

A startup that wants to create a marketplace for the private sale of used cars. It's a Craigslist-like service, except the cars are owned by the users, not the site, and are sold between users.

11

A digital advertising platform that serves as an intermediary between publishers and advertisers. The startup takes a 30% commission from ads sold.

11

A new service that lets users sell their old smartphones to buy new ones.

11

A startup that pays people to do research on topics they are interested in which is then written up into a paper and sold to students

9

A tool for sales reps to get started with cold emailing and the sales cycle.

9

A software company that aims to help people sell their used goods by taking their old goods to auction sites.

9

A startup for secondhand goods to help you get the best deal on that old furniture you’re using to store your old cat’s remains.

9

Idea: A startup that lets you buy, hold, and sell Bitcoin, without having to deal with the complexities of the cryptocurrency world

8

A startup that aims to build a “Google for the home”, so you can find all your household goods online.

8

The idea is to build an app to sell tickets to former members of the military who are looking to reconnect with their old unit.

8

 A  company that  builds  a  personal  and  professional  portable  credit  score  for  people  who  have  an  unsecured  credit  card  (UCC)  and  don’t  have  the  equipment  to  install  a  credit  card  reader.  For  the  most  unsecured  credit  card  holders,  commonly  known  as  under-banked,  the  company  will  build  a  simple  and  secure  online  credit  application.

6

A new way to get ahold of a new hire. The company offers a service to get your new hires onboarded and trained, and was founded in August

5

Idea: This startup is building machine learning software that helps people create smoother panning and zooming in videos. The startup previously sold a product called Flycam that helps camera operators smoothly move from one part of the scene to another.

2

Idea: A home security company for Latin American households, primarily in Mexico. The startup is focused on providing internet-connected cameras that allow users to see and talk to visitors while they’re away from home.

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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 service for people who are getting older (70+) and want to move into a senior’s residence/retirement home

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A startup that makes it easy for people to sell their old books (I know there are a lot of startups doing this but it's a big market)

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A startup that provides a service where people who are moving into a new area can have their house cleaned, their old place cleaned and a bunch of other things done that they can’t do after they

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Idea: An e-commerce site that sells recycled products, such as old books, smartphones, and art

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Idea: A secure folder for your private photos and videos

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Idea: A company that will clean up your old hard drives

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Idea: A way to track the usage and performance of digital ads The startup has already sold several $15,000 contracts

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Idea: A ‘gig economy’ labor marketplace for graphic designers. The startup says it’s growing 1,000% month-over-month, and has already sold $3,000 a week in design work.

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Idea: A startup that helps people ship their used items to buyers. The founder says that she’s already sold $3,000 worth of items in her first two months.

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A company that makes a small device that connects to a circuit board. The device is meant to be used by people who don’t know how to solder, to fix their electronics.

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Idea: A startup that aims to replace the ancient, insecure, and expensive fax machine with a paper-less, secure, and cheaper system. The startup is working with large corporations to do this, and has sold $100,000 in the last month, with a 2.5% take rate.

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Idea: A startup that wants to bring an end to email spam. It works by helping companies send their email marketing campaigns through a sort of whitelist system where known email addresses get through, while spam goes straight to the junk folder.

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Idea: A startup that wants to make the experience of using an ATM more fun, by giving people a place to hold meetings, conduct interviews, etc. with the ATM app.

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A startup that transfers the videos and pictures from your old phone to your new phone

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