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Idea: A startup that helps people in the process of getting a divorce make the process go as painlessly as possible


A company that uses AI to offer “the most efficient and effective” treatment for patients with pain.


A startup that makes the process of filling out Medicare Part D plans less painful. The platform helps people fill out their plans online, and acts as a sort of health insurance broker for people seeking Medicare coverage. The startup says their customers save an average of $50 per month.


A company that helps brands do email marketing by making it painless for them to set up a local mailing list.


A SaaS business that takes the pain out of talking to a doctor online, allowing patients to schedule appointments and communicate with their doctors 24/7.


A startup that helps people with chronic pain and anxiety to manage their symptoms


A startup that provides an online directory of local services (ie car mechanics, painters, etc)


A tool that turns a photo of a painting into a 3D model that can be shared on the web.


A company that helps people easily find local, personal tax preparers. It’s a bit like TaxJar, which helps make tax season less painful.


A startup that sells a directory of people who will come out and do odd jobs around your house - like repairing fixtures, painting,


A medical tourism company that helps patients in India and Southeast Asia find pain management clinics and other doctors.


This startup aims to help people identify the underlying cause of their pain and then sell them an app that’ll help them treat it.


New startup that aims to take the pain out of student loan payments, using the debt to create scholarships for low-income students.


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.


A mobile app that helps people find top-rated doctors or clinics that treat a specific illness or illness category (type 2 diabetes, back pain, etc.)


A medical device to help with back pain


What happens when you start going to boring networking events A startup that sells tickets to events in a non-standard format, taking the pain out of organizing and selling tickets.


An online marketplace connecting businesses with their customers, by removing the pain of looking for the right product, by allowing them to find the right supplier.


A startup for home buyers and sellers to find and hire contractors to do things like paint or tile their homes. The company is currently in an early stage of fundraising.


A health startup that has built a software to help patients manage their symptoms and pain.


A company that lets you buy a plane ticket without leaving your computer. The company is based in Spain and is launching its iOS app in 2019.


A startup that focuses on helping companies compare rental car prices based on their specific needs, and then makes the process as painless as possible.


The company is building a tool for makers to test their products, with the goal of making failure less painful and more predictable.


The accelerator is based in New York's Brooklyn neighborhood, and was founded in February 2015. It is sponsored by MasterCard, and has attracted companies from around the world, including Colombia, Kazakhstan, Spain, and the United Kingdom.


A tool for helping contractors bid on construction projects. It’s already on the job in Spain.


A seed-stage medical tech startup focused on helping patients undergoing surgery and managing their pain through a smartphone app. The founders say they’ve been featured on 60 Minutes, and have raised a $1 million seed round


This healthcare startup is creating a web-based platform to help people with chronic pain connect with medical professionals who can prescribe pain medication.


A DIY platform for home repairs, from painting to drywall installation to building a deck. The company wants to make it as simple as possible to have something built and out the door.


A startup that builds a new kind of chair, with the goal of being the first chair in the world to help with back pain and to be completely customizable.


A SaaS platform that takes the pain out of doing things like setting up a blog, managing a mailing list, and publishing content online.


Social network for content creators that wants to be the next Instagram. It’s already active in France, Spain, and Germany with plans to expand to the U.S. and Asia.


A startup that wants to take the pain out of international travel booking by creating a marketplace where travelers can find last-minute deals from local vendors.


This startup is developing the first FDA-approved small animal pain drug.


A tool to help B2B companies connect with their customers. It’s supposed to be a “people-centric” business that takes the pain out of customer acquisition and sales.


A platform that allows companies to “reduce pain points and improve employee productivity by automatically executing and tracking processes.”


A tool for replacing the IT helpdesk, which has traditionally been a painful process for end users.


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 personal computer for managing back pain. It’s essentially a smartphone that sits on a medical table and provides a diagnosis, treatment recommendations, and a system for collecting patient data.


A startup that seeks to help people with chronic pain by enabling them to connect their mobile device to a wearable device to track symptoms and manage pain.


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 converts your expense reports into a simple, accurate, and painless monthly report that your boss will actually read.


A “digital-first investment firm” that aims to make using the site easy and painless. They’re in the early stages of beta, and have just made their first investment.


A platform for helping people donate to nonprofits. The startup wants to “take the pain out of giving.”


A startup that makes a wearable device for on-the-job pain relief.


This software product, which connects people who suffer from chronic pain with doctors who can treat them, has its sights set on making chronic pain a thing of the past.


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.


A desktop app for managing files. If you’ve ever tried to find a file on your Mac, you’ll probably agree that it’s a pain.


The startup is building an app that helps people find the best deals on home services from painters to plumbers.


A company that helps small businesses hire painters, carpenters, and construction workers. The startup currently has 3 campaigns running in the UK.


An alternative to credit cards for startups, based out of Spain.


A system that keeps track of employees’ and customers’ pain points and tries to fix them.


A company that is trying to take the pain out of moving, by offering a “move-free plan” that covers the fees of moving your house from one area to another.


Focusing on the healthcare industry, this startup wants to take the pain out of securing data on the blockchain.


This startup helps companies by helping them automate the tedious processes in their call center. The company helps companies “automate the pain” by making it easier for workers to handle certain tasks in the call center, such as making customer greetings, answering simple questions, and transferring a call to another agent.


IdeaPaint is building a platform for people to create their own art, with a toolkit for people to create their own pixel art.


A mobile app for people with chronic pain. The company wants to build a “virtual clinic” that does all the work for you.


This tool aims to help people connect with local tradespeople, like painters, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and more.


A maker of arcade-style games for iOS, with games including “Paintball” and “Dodgeball”.


A real estate startup in Spain and Mexico that provides a sign up and lease management platform for sharing vacation homes. The startup launched in January with 100 properties in Mexico and 100 in Spain, and is still in beta mode.


A startup that wants to take the pain out of booking a flight. The cofounders, who hail from three different continents, say they’ve been able to eliminate the pain in booking a flight by combining the data from various travel sites.


A company that allows people with chronic pain to receive prescription refills with a text message.


This startup wants to take the pain out of the process of creating a resume for a job, turning college transcripts into a resume that can be shared across the internet.


A startup that wants to “take the pain out of hiring” by allowing companies to screen candidates without them needing to travel to the company. They’re currently in a private beta with a few clients.


This startup wants to take the pain out of finding and finding the right people for your job. Think of it as LinkedIn for jobs, with a focus on matching candidates with the right jobs.


A platform that helps in-home service providers, such as plumbers, electricians, and painters, get paid faster.


A pain-free way to sign up for new credit cards. The startup wants to help people with bad credit have a credit card that’s reserved for emergencies.


A tiny computer that can be implanted into the brain, offering a way to treat chronic pain, mental illness, and even Alzheimer’s.


A startup that sells an art class where they come to your house + you get a custom painting at the end


Idea: A startup that helps people improve their posture in order to prevent pain and injury The startup is currently working on an app that helps people track their posture


Idea: A startup for home-improvement services in Brazil. Helps users find and pay trusted contractors to do things like paint their house, or put up a fence.


A “subscription commerce” platform for selling art. The startup charges $5 per month for 3 paintings, which subscribers receive in the mail every month.


Idea: A company that offers a subscription service for pain relief patches, which they say will help users manage pain more effectively.


Idea: Focused on the US, this startup is building a platform to help YCs hire contractors for small jobs like painting, sewing, carpentry, or installation.


Idea: A startup that wants to play matchmaker between people and moving companies. The founders say moving is a massive pain point, and there’s a huge demand for a simpler solution.


A Spanish startup that helps travelers find restaurants and hotels in Spain


A startup that provides a service that helps people find a plumber or an electrician or a mason or a painter or an interior designer