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A startup that aims to give businesses a tool that allows them to turn their smartphones into an in-store point of sale
A tool that allows users to quickly find a doctor and schedule a visit from their mobile device. The startup’s website is now a platform for thousands of doctors in the US to set appointments on a first-come first-serve basis.
A platform for managing all your medical records and scheduling appointments, proposed as the Uber of healthcare.
A rewards platform that lets people earn points for doing things with their phones, like taking a photo, following accounts and businesses, and more. Bunch can be redeemed for cash, merchandise, or travel.
A platform where people can create a profile and upload photos of themselves to be rated by other users. The site is mostly for fun at this point, but it could be a useful tool for dating.
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 schedule and pay for a doctor’s appointment
A startup that allows small businesses to book appointments with their customer service agents
A text-based chat service for healthcare providers, with the aim of making it easier for patients to get a doctor’s appointment and communicate with their care teams.
Idea: A scheduling app for hair salons, meant to streamline the process of booking appointments and also to provide a better customer experience by allowing customers to book their appointments directly through the app
A social network that incentivizes users to share posts by offering points and prizes to creators.
A startup that looks to make it easier for people to communicate with their doctors. It’s a service for people who want to answer questions about their health without having to make an appointment.
A pitch system that allows businesses to send out videos to potential customers. The startup, which was founded in August, is looking to attract businesses with a $5 per month price point.
A startup that makes it easy for companies to pay suppliers in real time. The system is meant to integrate with existing point of sale systems.
A platform for finding home cleaners that an individual can use to set up recurring cleaning appointments.
A company that makes a printable device for measuring the distance between two objects. The product is a small, inexpensive laser point that can be attached to things like cell phones, cameras, and other devices.
A real estate software company for agents. The startup develops a platform for agents to book appointments, send out listings, and manage client relationships.
A company that creates AI-driven widgets for SMS. The startup’s CTO called out the company’s AI as a “turnkey solution” for businesses to send messages from a single point.
A text-message based appointment scheduling service for health and wellness companies.
A credit card with a debit card that earns points and can be used for all purchases, including travel and dining.
A platform for telemedicine with video conferencing and a “virtual doctor” that makes appointments and answers questions
A credit card that earns points for saving money. The startup helps people save money by helping them save points on their credit card through savings accounts.
This is a loyalty platform for businesses, with a twist: users only get points for small purchases. The company claims it’s already profitable.
A startup in Singapore that helps online merchants keep track of their customers’ loyalty points.
This app helps nail salons manage their clients, by giving them a way to check in, set appointments, and pay for services.
A startup that helps restaurants reduce costs by automating their point-of-sale systems, so they can focus on other areas of their business.
A company that wants to take the lead in creating a system to pay for things at the point of delivery.
A startup that helps realtors and agents manage their listings more effectively, by allowing them to create a calendar of appointments, and turn it into a marketing tool.
A startup that helps users book doctors’ appointments from their phone, and provide medical history and pictures of themselves. It’s currently live in 10 major cities and has raised $1.6 million.
The company’s wallet app includes a rewards program that allows users to earn points that translate into gift cards and other discounts.
This startup is building an app that lets you make appointments for a medical doctor at your local hospital.
A startup that wants to be the Uber of virtual assistants, using artificial intelligence to help people book appointments, schedule meetings, and conduct other tasks.
Cordyceps is a startup that helps you book medical appointments based on availability and location. The app can be used to book appointments, but it can also help you find an appointment for a dentist or other medical professional based on availability and location.
A tool to help people figure out the best way to get from point A to point B, based on cost, time, and traffic patterns.
This company is building a mobile app meant to allow people to book appointments with a doctor.
A company that helps people find the right healthcare provider when they need it, whether that's a doctor or a lab. Their product is a directory of doctors and their practices, with the ability to add doctors, review and edit information, and even schedule appointments.
Bizion is a network of companies that provide more than $1 million in annual revenue. Bizion enables companies to have a single point of contact for funding (usually a bank) for their entire business, saving a lot of time and money.
The startup is launching a digital platform to improve the quality of on-demand clinics. The platform aims to offer a way for doctors to easily post their services and for consumers to find a nearby clinic that offers appointments they need. The company is currently operating in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A digital health platform for employees that allows them to book medical appointments, track usage, and get feedback from a doctor. The company wants to use machine learning to predict when employees are likely to need care, and to allow for more timely and personalized care, making it more efficient for employers.
A startup that helps retailers figure out their pricing strategy for product SKUs. It takes their data on price points, sales, and margin and works out what to charge with an algorithm.
This startup is building a point-of-sale system for food trucks and other food-centric venues.
A loyalty app driven by a points system. Loyalty points can be earned and redeemed at over 3,000 retailers including Target, Best Buy, and Whole Foods. The startup says they are adding new retailers every week.
Postmates for the well-to-do is a new startup that’s launching in Chicago in September looking to deliver food and beverage at a higher price point than its delivery competitors. It’s currently testing out its service in the area around Lincoln Park, Chicago.
A “web as a service” product that allows users to create and sell their own online courses. The startup is currently rated 6.0 on the web-hosting site SitePoint.
Decentralized Waze, the adult version, where users are paid for reporting road hazards, or get points for reporting them.
A mobile point of sale system for restaurants that works with existing POS systems. The startup is seeking to raise $50M.
A startup that allows you to book a doctor’s appointment or other medical service in the middle of the night.
A digital assistant that helps you book and coordinate with your doctor's appointments.
B2B software company that’s looking to replace the phone-based process of booking appointments with a website that makes it easier and faster to set up appointments.
This startup is building a personal finance app that lets users save money by exchanging their data for rewards, and then seeing the points they earn in real-time through an app for their mobile device.
The startup is building an e-commerce platform that allows customers to buy flowers and plants online, with an emphasis on freshness. The plant and flower merchants use the platform to sell their wares, while the customer is incentivized with loyalty points and coupons.
This startup will help people create powerpoint-style presentations with built-in live video.
A company building an on-demand system for the real estate industry. The startup is in the process of developing a web-based platform that allows customers to book appointments with mortgage brokers and appraisers.
A software tool for booking appointments at doctors’ offices, hospitals, and labs.
Homejoy is building a platform that helps home cleaners book appointments at the best times for their clients and their customers’ schedules.
Automatically tracking employee performance with an award system that tracks achievements on a daily basis and gives out points.
An AI that helps the elderly and homebound with “frequent flyer miles” points and gift cards.
"We now take a picture of a building, point the camera at the digital building model, and a 3D model of the building pops up over the image.”
A platform that allows users to message and schedule appointments with their favorite doctors online.
UrbanClap specializes in helping local businesses find customers through their mobile app. It’s building a tool that helps people book appointments at local businesses from their phones directly.
This is an application to help people find a doctor and get an appointment within 24 hours. The startup is seeking to partner with hospitals to help users find doctors for in-person visits.
This startup is changing the way real estate agents do business, making it easier to book appointments and manage their own inventory.
A self-service platform for working with real estate agents, allowing agents to provide a profile for clients, schedule appointments, and track the status of those appointments.
This SaaS platform helps hospitals reduce medical errors and increase patient satisfaction with their medical appointments. It’s already been implemented at three hospitals in the U.S. and is at 25 others now.
A digital assistant that helps users book doctors' appointments and communicate with doctors. The startup launched in May in the US, with plans to expand to the UK, India, and Mexico.
a technology service to make people’s lives easier by letting them manage their health records from a single source. The startup has a partnership with WellPoint to bring its service to hospitals and doctors.
This startup is building a new way to interact with your car. It’s a network of “smart gates” that help you get from point A to point B without entering a car.
A startup that builds on the idea of “loyalty as currency”, where they reward users with points and coupons for their loyalty.
A startup that rewards employees for being more productive. Employees can earn points by completing tasks like answering customer service calls or helping with marketing, which they can then redeem for rewards or cash.
An AI-powered AI assistant, Pexel is building a bot that will handle tasks like making phone calls, scheduling appointments, and even answering questions.
A startup that provides a way for people to book and pay for their medical appointments from their mobile phones, the startup plans on democratizing the healthcare system by making it more accessible to the general population.
A medical system that aims to be “patient centric”, providing a digital doctor’s office at the patient’s home. The startup wants to make it affordable and easy to book appointments, get prescriptions, and book tests.
A crowdfunding platform for healthcare startups. The company is pitching an app that helps prompt patients to schedule appointments and get lab results.
This startup in the area of healthcare is building a platform to allow patients to make appointments with other patients with the same medical condition. It also takes lower-cost medical tests and puts them in an online marketplace for patients to decide which tests they want.
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.
A startup that helps manage a family member’s care, from doctor’s appointments to grocery shopping.
A company that helps people book appointments and make travel plans through a single interface, with an iOS app, a native app for Android, and a web-based app.
This startup is building a service that helps you find and schedule your home doctor appointments online. It’s currently in the pilot stage, but has raised seed funding from a group of investors.
This is a platform that integrates with your bank account and offers reward points and gift cards to users.
A small business that provides a software package for scheduling and tracking veterinary appointments for pet owners.
A set of APIs to connect point-of-sale systems to Amazon. The startup wants to give merchants a way to track their inventory on Amazon.
A platform that allows companies to “reduce pain points and improve employee productivity by automatically executing and tracking processes.”
A phone app for sending automated text messages to people who are at an event. Great when a speaker gives an update to a crowd and they are lost for a moment, and also great for sending reminders about things like a doctor’s appointment.
A digital rewards program for customers. Customers earn points for purchases, and then redeem them for prizes ranging from gift cards to gadgets and cash.
A health app that helps people track their food intake from the point of purchase to the point of consumption, using a unique algorithm to allow users to get a sense of how much of their food they’re actually eating.
A 24-hour customer service bot that's capable of making appointments, booking hotels, and purchasing airline tickets.
A point-of-sale application for restaurants, allowing them to accept payments online and mobile.
A B2B startup that helps healthcare providers in the US provide remote patient care. Its software enables physicians to manage patients’ appointments and visits.
A travel rewards app that will let you earn points for purchases from major travel retailers.
A startup that lets customers book appointments online. It has served 800,000 users since launching in August 2018. It will have a team of 10 by the end of the year, with a $2.5 million seed round led by Grishin Robotics.
A startup that allows businesses, restaurants, and other organizations that have a point of sale system to accept payments with just a swipe of a card.
A startup that brings together top doctors and nurses in an app, which lets you book appointments, or video chats with doctors and nurses remotely.
A subscription-based loyalty card company that helps people earn reward points and redeem them for real goods and experiences (like $20 off your next coffee)
A digital point-of-sale system for restaurants that minimizes friction and drives more sales. The platform uses a credit card reader and is simply hooked up to an existing Wi-Fi network.
A new way to think about accounting, that is setting up a company to take on simple accounting tasks and automate them. The startup’s first customer is a grocery chain looking to set up a point-of-sale system.
A computer science student who wanted to help his parents, so he built a website for them to search for and buy used cars, and a mobile app to help them make appointments.
A company that provides a central point of contact for parents to reach out to teachers. It’s not a replacement for the school but rather helps parents stay in touch with the teacher.
A company that makes it easier for businesses to publish and manage their URLs, which are often a pain point in running a company.
This startup is building a platform that lets small businesses have a single point of entry into the finance system, with a dashboard that shows all their expenses and income.
BluePoint is a customer service platform that helps businesses acquire, retain, and engage customers.
The startup is building a point-of-sale app for boutique retailers. It’s surprisingly unique in that it’s the only one I can find that’s a “grocer” app.
A digital tool that generates a power point slide deck from a PowerPoint file
A startup that’s building a massive data warehouse for the government. The startup wants to tackle the gargantuan task of aggregating and organizing all of the government’s data points.
Masseur.io lets you quickly book a massage via the web, no phone calls, no appointment needed.
A platform for groceries that uses RFID technology and point-of-sale terminals to track the history of each item in inventory and notify employees when inventory is nearing its expiration date
A platform for connecting local businesses with local talent at the point of need.
A company that wants to help small businesses manage their point-of-sale systems, including software that powers the POS and other hardware like cash registers.
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.
A software solution to help merchants manage customers’ credit cards and billing information. It’s built to work with any point-of-sale system and has already been deployed in the US and UK.
A company that makes a point-of-sale system for bars that doesn’t require a cash register.
A chatbot that helps you book appointments and travel arrangements.
A next-generation payment and loyalty system that uses AI to recommend which customers will spend more. The company creates a “composite” of customers based on their buying and a variety of other data points.
A way to earn loyalty points for things like retail shopping, with top-up functionality to spend them at any store.
A digital health platform connecting patients with their medical records for easier access, usage tracking, and keeping up with appointments.
This startup is building a network of thousands of assistants who are the point of contact for people who need help with their health. The startup’s founders wanted to create a version of Amazon’s Alexa that could help people manage their health.
A company that helps people keep track of their health, fitness, and medical records by offering a scheduling and appointment system within the iPhone app. It’s been available since March but has only recently started gaining traction.
A system for managing payments and inventory for restaurants, including a point of sale system. It’s also a local marketplace with delivery services. It currently has 14 employees.
A software platform that allows businesses to build loyalty programs by taking a snapshot of a customer's loyalty points balance and automatically applying them to a product or service.
A startup with a team of 3 that’s going to help companies in the B2B space reduce/eliminate fraud at the point of sale of their products. They’re targeting B2B companies in the US, Canada, and Europe.
A remote health care provider that provides “one-stop care” for patients. They’re building a platform that connects doctors to patients and other medical professionals for appointments and referrals, and serves as a concierge for other medical services like supply and delivery.
A startup that builds a point-of-sale system for all sorts of retailers, including restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. The startup aims to make the process of opening a business as simple as a phone call.
A startup for barbers and beauty salons that lets customers book appointments online.
A mobile app for doctors and nurses to communicate and make appointments, but also to find and follow up on patients after they’ve seen a doctor.
Innovation in the US has become a flashpoint for the rest of the world. From its inception in 2010, the French government has invested in French Tech. In France, startups have received €4.5 billion in funding in recent years, according to INSEAD.
A startup that provides a point of sale (POS) system for retailers, allowing them to manage inventory and run their store without a lot of the overhead of a traditional store.
A chatbot that taps into the Facebook Graph API to build a more human-like conversational interface. The startup can tap into the billions of data points the Graph API has on you to provide more personal insights to its customers.
A cloud-based office that provides over-the-desk access to a suite of productivity tools, including office apps like Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It’s available as a SaaS service, or as an onsite installation.
An iOS and Android app that connects you to the right healthcare provider when you need to see a doctor, and helps you book appointments. They’re working on a PC version.
A new iOS app for tickets that lets users to pre-order tickets to a show and pay for it using a credit card or reward points.
A startup that helps find and book essential medical appointments anywhere.
The founder of this startup wants to bring the benefits of the Internet of Things to the point of sale. The company is building a system that will allow consumers to interact with products in a more intuitive way.
A calendar app that helps people schedule and control independent appointments within their own calendars.
A game of strategy that’s similar to the popular board game of the same name, but with all of the complex rules of video games. Players will compete to collect the most points by trading, farming, and battling each other.
A startup that’s building a platform for people to connect, heal, and trade with their doctors. It’s already built out the first version of the app, which helps patients book appointments, view treatment plans, and ask questions of doctors.
A startup that lets users book medical appointments, with the ability to track where a medical professional is and when their next available appointment is.
A startup that wants to get into the R&D process for drug discovery. The startup wants to make the process more efficient through an AI-driven system that can read and interpret thousands of data points to determine the best possible drug targets.
The company’s vision is to make the process of creating a video game “as simple as making a PowerPoint presentation”. It wants to make video game creation accessible to non-programmers, and today’s software for that is too difficult to use.
A startup that helps you find the best way to get from point A to B via public transportation or carpooling.
This startup creates a point-of-sale platform for small restaurants, allowing them to manage all of their sales, inventory, and finances via a cloud-based SaaS platform. The company is currently focused on the US market.
A point-of-sale (POS) software that allows merchants to integrate their existing POS systems into the fund platform.
A software platform for scheduling and tracking physical therapy and other medical appointments.
A startup that helps users buy tickets for bus, train, or plane rides, and has partnered with over 400 different transit agencies in the US. The service also has a loyalty program, allowing riders to earn points and then spend them on future tickets.
A platform for booking appointments in physical offices.
An AI based on the brain scans of professional baseball players that can predict at what point a hitter will break his bat on a pitch.
A platform that helps you take care of your aging parent that helps you automate tasks like bill payment and doctor and dentist appointments.
This startup is creating “predictive messaging” tools that allow people to get notifications, like when they have a doctor’s appointment, before they actually do.
A startup that raised $2.7 million in funding in July to develop a point-of-sale system that would allow businesses to directly access credit card information.
A social/digital platform that helps people find and book appointments with their favorite physicians that use the same medical software.
A system that keeps track of employees’ and customers’ pain points and tries to fix them.
A company that promises to “help you get the most out of your relationships” by simplifying and automating the process of scheduling an appointment with a doctor, and alerting them to the arrival of their new patient beforehand.
A startup to help companies of all types keep track of all their employees’ health insurance coverage, from birth control to prescriptions to doctor’s appointments.
A tool for companies to create custom digital touchpoints with customers, such as a “virtual receptionist”.
A platform which helps people book appointments, appointments are made through the platform and the person sets the price. The startup charges a fee for each appointment booked.
A tool to help people book their travel, book their appointments, and make their travel reservations.
A startup that connects users with local licensed professionals to schedule online appointments.
A mobile application which provides the user with information about the location of points of interest and allows the user to consult them by turn.
A self-serve platform for scheduling dental appointments across the country.
A medical startup that helps patients book appointments and more easily communicate with doctors and nurses.
A platform that allows people to book appointments with doctors. The startup wants to help users find a doctor through a web or mobile app.
A 3-day conference for both founders and investors. It’s a conference for people who have acquired startups at some point in their career and want to learn from others.
A product that provides a single point of contact for all of the different companies that an individual might work for.
A platform that helps users find and book appointments across the web and mobile apps. The startup, which launched in May, has already signed up over 1,300 professionals in its first few months of launch.
Redis Labs is building a way to have a single point of access to a user’s data, whether it be from a web browser, mobile phone, or desktop computer.
Not only does this startup make a cheap, disposable pen that works like a ballpoint, its CEO is also a pen manufacturer. The startup sells its pens for $5, and are made in China similar to Apple products.
The company makes a point of celebrating the diversity of its employees, regardless of background. They’re relatively young — the company is the youngest in YC to go from demo day to $1 million in revenue — and more than half of the team is female.
A platform that helps companies take a snapshot of their customers at a specific point in time. The startup plans to offer an API that customers can build on top of.
A startup that lets you track, share, and redeem all of your rewards points
A software company that offers a way to create a pitch deck from PowerPoint slides and a catalog of images, videos and data.
A startup that helps businesses integrate their point-of-sale systems with their back-end systems. It takes the process of creating checkout systems and streamlines it, with company-wide benefits in addition to the obvious cost savings.
A startup that aims to bring the convenience of Evernote-like note taking to PowerPoint presentations.
A platform that allows you to make more sales calls and get more appointments without having to keep track of all the different tools that you need.
A digital appointment calendar within your phone, which they say is better than a paper or desktop calendar.
A platform for booking salon appointments. The startup is also looking for investors to help them grow.
A company that creates software for scheduling things like car washes, hair salon appointments, and craft training.
An AI startup that uses machine learning to help companies manage their customer service requests. Uses AI to automate customer service requests, and can also do things like act as a virtual secretary, book appointments, and handle customer service calls.
A startup that says it is building a chatbot to make it easier to book appointments and businesses.
A company that helps retail businesses get the most out of their point of sale systems, with a library of free apps, including one for tracking customer giveaways, making grocery lists and more.
A startup for booking a doctor's appointment for a specific patient in a specific location. Doctors and patients can both create and track appointments online, with the idea being that patients will be able to call in for an appointment from anywhere at any time, and doctors can only book appointments on the site.
Notememe is a tool for public speaking that is designed to help you remember what you talked about. It’s a visual, like a PowerPoint, with the slides you’ve spoken on organized into the order you’ve spoken.
A startup that helps people find a house cleaner and then manage their appointments on a calendar
Idea: A single platform that allows developers to monitor apps, see the impact they have on the web, and see the performance of any single API endpoint
Idea: Cut down on fraud at the point of sale
Idea: A tool for testing data and API endpoints
Idea: A medtech startup that aims to help people with their insulin needs The company says it’s already working with over 1,000 people and has a real-time insulin dosing calculator for people to use online The company’s COO points out that this is a $7B market and the company is targeting the $45B of people who aren’t able to take insulin as prescribed
Idea: A startup building a chatbot for booking appointments for electric car charging
Idea: A startup that is building a software service for auto shops to help them manage customer service from booking appointments to
Idea: Improves the performance of ads by pinpointing the moment that a customer sees an ad and decides to buy. The startup is building machine learning models to predict conversion time, and the founders have already run $1m of ads through their product.
Idea: A cybersecurity startup that’s building a tool for identifying and removing rogue access points to corporate networks.
Idea: A startup that allows companies to sell their products and services from one website. The startup wants to offer a single point of entry for customers.
Idea: A platform for plastic surgeons and other medical professionals to build apps on top of, that make the process of ordering products and scheduling appointments easier for doctors and patients.
Idea: An AI voice assistant that listens to you at work and helps you organize your day, from setting reminders to adding appointments to your calendar.
Idea: A way for brick and mortar businesses to book low-cost appointments with customers.
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.
Idea: A platform for booking medical appointments, similar to OpenTable or Uber. Users can book with a doctor inside or outside of the platform, and it will handle the
SaaS business that helps you schedule appointments via SMS. The startup charges $1 per appointment and says it has 3 active customers making an average of $50 per month.
A software company that provides a way for people to use their phones to get cash from an ATM, rather than using a credit card, and earn rewards points in the process.
A company that is building a “virtual assistant” for managing the life of the average family. The company wants to make it easier for parents to plan and track their child’s education, medical appointments and activities. The company’s flagship product is a virtual assistant that helps parents keep track of their child’s activities and school.
A startup that offers an AI-powered video-chat system that allows you to exchange documents and files by just pointing at them
Idea: A startup for local home services (eg plumbing, electrical, landscaping) The company is also building out a mobile platform called On-the-Job that it says will allow customers to book services directly from their phone and schedule appointments
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