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A tool that helps entrepreneurs write the best pitches possible for angel investors.


This startup wants to help the elderly live as independently as possible by monitoring their habits and keeping track of how they feel.


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


A new company, made possible with the launch of the new iPhone X, is developing a smartphone that looks like a watch and can be used to take selfies.


A computer vision startup that wants to make it possible for medical devices to “see”.


A tools platform for building apps and websites that uses machine learning to help users find the best possible images for their projects.


A startup that wants to make the process of bringing a new child into the world as seamless as possible.


This is a company that helps you find the best possible roommate for you. The company has built out a database of thousands of people who have applied to be roommates, including their likes and dislikes.


A company that makes the process of filing taxes easier by automating it and making it as simple as possible.


A tool for software engineers to find the bugs in their code as fast as possible.


This is a startup that makes the process of issuing invoices, receipts, and bills as simple as possible.


A B2B company that helps insurance companies ensure they’re offering the best possible coverage to their customers.


The founder of a company that re-skins the Windows operating system has launched a company that wants to make it possible to put Windows 10 on your phone.


A tool that helps businesses track inventory for their e-commerce site, which is the dream of every store owner but impossible to do manually.


The app makes it possible to do your workouts at your own pace, either on their app or their website.


A company that takes a subscription-based model for health insurance, and looks to make it as affordable as possible. The startup is also looking to launch in January.


A new kind of company that uses algorithms and machine learning to predict how well its customers will do in the future. Possible applications include helping companies set up 401k plans that are as good for their employees as they are for the company’s bottom line.


A startup that makes it possible for anyone to use Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as a customer service call center without having to re-enter their information. The company has already secured funding from Y Combinator, AngelList, and Techstars.


A startup that makes it possible to order room service from your hotel room


This is “a healthcare startup for the world’s largest democracy” – India. It aims to help patients get their prescriptions filled at the lowest prices possible, and is already working with several pharmaceutical companies in India for a $3 million revenue run rate.


A SaaS product for helping advertisers capture the best customer data and target them with the best possible campaigns, by pulling in data from across the web.


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.


A startup that lets users order flowers on the go, then have them delivered from a local florist, all made possible via a phone number the user can text. The app is currently free, but a paid version is in the works.


This startup wants to make it possible to order food and drink delivery from your phone, via 1-click on an app.


A startup that wants to use artificial intelligence to help improve the lives of aging parents. The company's first product is a watch that listens to the wearer's heartbeat and detects a change in heart rate caused by a number of possible issues. It then sends help via text message.


An online platform that allows users to rate and review products in a more transparent way than is possible on Amazon.


A startup that makes it possible to buy, sell, and collectively organize ridesharing services, much like Uber or Lyft but for cars


A platform that lets families, friends, and neighbors connect, find, and support each other for their mental health issues, using a big data approach to help the right people at the right time. Through its platform, Bensound plans to provide a virtual space where people can post their symptoms, get support, and connect with each other. The platform reaps the insights provided by the data from all the posts to offer people with mental health issues the most personalized, accurate diagnosis possible.


A cryptocurrency wallet. The startup’s goal, as with other wallets it offers, is to make it as easy as possible for people to buy and sell cryptocurrency, and to help them use it securely.


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 wants to make fitness apps as accessible as possible. It’s developing a service that can do things like send texts to your phone with workout time reminders and sets reminders on your phone for you to work out.


A new way to deliver medications to doctors. The startup makes it possible to communicate with physicians while they are on the go.


A startup that aims to create a new type of financial advisor – one that connects you with a financial advisor and a financial product provider that can help you get the best deal possible.


7thSky is building a startup that provides customtailoring services for clothing, aiming to offer the best fit possible and to deliver like a boutique shop, and charge less.


A concept that stores up to 1 million possible “ideas” in the cloud, and allows anyone to access them, whether to brainstorm, test new product ideas, or find inspiration.


A company that helps build technology for banks to provide online banking through telepresence. A few months ago, it was reported that Facebook was looking to invest in VR company Magic Leap to help make this possible.


A startup that uses artificial intelligence to create a set of data driven, predictive models that can be used to predict possible customer behavior.


The startup wants to make it easier for investors to invest in early stage companies. It wants to make it easier for angel investors to back startups and give them information about startups they’re interested in. The startup wants to put money into startups in a way that’s similar to how a hedge fund would, but also make it possible for retail investors to put money into startups like they would an IPO.


A startup aimed to help people get the best possible deal on their car insurance. The startup’s software analyzes an individual’s driving history and compares it to a carrier’s pricing data to identify the best deal. The startup’s policy is to take a 0.5% commission off the top.


This startup is a monthly subscription service that aims to make cross-border payments as easy and frictionless as possible.


A company building a tool for e-commerce companies to find the best possible locations to open new stores.


A way to help people make better decisions in healthcare, by making it possible to compare the cost and effectiveness of different treatments.


A way for retailers to deliver their products directly to consumers without any human interaction. The startup’s goal is to make consumer interaction with products as invisible as possible.


A meeting scheduling tool designed to make it as easy as possible for meetings to be scheduled.


A startup for keeping track of your credit cards and bank accounts, with the goal of making it “as easy as possible for millennials to deal with money”.


This startup wants to make it possible to rent out spare space in a person’s home.


A "social speech recognition" app that uses the power of crowdsourcing to help people with speech disabilities get the most accurate possible transcription.


This startup wants to use blockchain technology to help companies cancel contracts as efficiently and as cheaply as possible.


A startup that provides a virtual assistant for time-crunched financial services managers. They want to make their service as affordable as possible, too, with no monthly fees.


This is a company that makes a mechanical keyboard that is fully programmable with over a million possible keyboard configurations as well as being hackable. The company is now shipping pre-order keyboards.


A startup that wants to make live video marketing as simple as possible for brands. The company’s founders say they’ve already helped over 1,000 brands, and are having success with brands like Best Buy.


A company that claims to make the barcode into a more useful tool, making it possible to track things like copies, subscriptions, and more.


This company builds digital assistants for developing countries, aiming to make it easy for them to get work done while using technology in ways that are not possible when living in resource-limited areas.


A startup that aims to make the act of sending and receiving money as simple and friction-free as possible. Cred is a fully digital, mobile, and online solution that is as easy to use as an ATM.


A startup that makes it possible to play League of Legends without loading up 20 minutes of video. The app pulls high-level play out of the video and presents it in a condensed format, with highlights and stats.


A student loan refinancing company that helps borrowers get out of student debt by consolidating all their loans into one. It aims to make this process as simple as possible by allowing borrowers to make payments via their credit cards.


A real estate brokerage that helps people buy and sell homes in Brazil. The startup makes it possible to get an apartment in Brazil in under 30 minutes. It currently has 1,500 agents, but wants to expand to other countries.


An ecommerce-focused startup selling T-shirts and other clothing. The app is powered by a backend API that makes it possible for retailers to integrate their offline commerce into their online platforms.


This startup aims to build a “magic mirror” for a person’s bathroom vanity, making it possible for someone to see what their face would look like, without any makeup, in real time.


A global payments company that wants to reduce the friction of international money transfers and make them easy and seamless for consumers. The startup’s product is a platform that uses “local currency bias” to make international transactions as easy as possible.


A startup that wants to make it as easy as possible to build and deploy a web app, no programming required.


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.


A company that makes it possible to share real estate listings and photos with the potential buyers and renters.


This is a financial education platform, where you learn the ins and outs of various lending options to make sure you’re getting the best loan possible.


 A startup that wants to make it possible for people to pay rent with a self-owned credit card. The startup is completely mobile, allowing renters to pay their rent on the go, and send the payment to their landlord through the app.


A blockchain-based platform for decentralized email, where it’s possible to do email transfer by scanning QR codes.


The company wants to help marketers predict which city will see the most growth in mobile app usage. They’ve built a machine-learning algorithm that generates possible markets based on a number of factors, including population density and the amount of money spent on mobile devices.


A company that makes “verticality” as easy as possible. They’re building a platform for organizing and sharing content with verticality, like video and audio. It works as a video editor and a video sharing platform.


A company that helps companies map out how their products are made, helping them ensure their supply chain is as efficient as possible.


A platform to streamline the hiring process for contractors. The startup is working with the New York City government to build a platform for the city to hire construction contracts as efficiently as possible.


A startup that makes it possible to create and sell virtual goods and services within games and other apps. The startup has recently raised $5 million.


This is a SMS service that’s used to hire on-demand delivery drivers. The startup is working to make payments and routing as seamless as possible.


Trying to make the smart home as easy as possible for consumers.


A credit card for students to get the best interest rate possible


The company wants to make it possible to have a single window in which you can track all of your credit cards, bank accounts, and loans.


 A company that wants to create a more collaborative and efficient process for hiring a new employee. It’s an employer-side HR platform aimed at recruiting managers who use a proprietary algorithm, using data from their own workforce, to help them reach out to candidates the best way possible.


In this business, the CEO says, “we are working with a small group of partners and we are finding that it is almost impossible to get a loan from a bank.” The startup uses its own software to help companies quickly verify their ability to repay a loan.


A startup that sells a book where you can find a recipe for every possible food you can imagine