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A machine learning tool for recommending books based on a user’s reading history.

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A company that helps people figure out what kind of insurance they need, and then helps them find the best and cheapest way to get it. The startup says they’ve already gotten good feedback from people who have used their site.

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A private, secure messaging app that allows you to communicate with people who have already invited you.

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A startup that wants to sell insurance to people who own property, and who want to protect it in the event of a fire. The startup has already built a platform for homeowners to claim their coverage, but needs to raise $5 million to build out a back-end system and additional products.

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A startup that sells ready-made food for people who live in an area where it’s hard to get good quality food

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Aspiring to be like Amazon, this startup wants to be the Amazon of the $3.5 trillion retail industry. They say they’re currently focused on a core product that will eventually be able to make recommendations for products to customers, and have already signed up a number of retailers.

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Localization software that helps companies hire workers who can speak, read, and write in multiple languages.

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This startup is building a digital library for musicians that helps them discover new music and share more about themselves. The company has already signed a couple thousand artists.

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A startup that says it helps marketers target their Facebook ads by machine learning. The startup’s CEO says everyone is already familiar with the concept of machine learning, but the way it’s implemented in Facebook ads is confusing and not very effective.

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A team of data scientists comes up with a way to use machine learning to detect fraudulent credit card purchases. The company says it has already helped its clients save $7 million, and expects to save the same amount this year as well.

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A startup that wants to simplify the process of buying insurance, allowing people to compare prices, read reviews and buy with a few clicks online.

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 A Chinese-language news app. They have about 200,000 users, and are profitable. They’ve already raised $3.5 million.

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A startup that wants to help small businesses open up their books to investors and banks. The startup says it’s already raised $3 million and has a team of 12 employees.

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If you’re a food blogger, you need to know how to cook. The startup helps you do just that with a workflow that allows you to take photos of food you’re cooking and then create a recipe card that you can share with your readers.

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Idea: A platform for making, distributing and monetizing augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) games The company says it’s already built over a dozen AR and VR games and is currently monetizing them through app stores, advertising, premium content, and in-app purchases

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A startup that’s looking to build a chatbot that can serve as a digital concierge for your home. The startup is already working with a few dozen home service providers to offer its AI-powered service.

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A Chrome extension that lets you keep a record of sites and the articles you read.

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The people who already use the app can buy more tickets and make bigger purchases, which will bring in new customers.

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A startup that lets people create VR content using their phones. The company has already raised $8.2 million to build three apps that use different VR hardware.

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A startup that wants to help people in Latin America track their expenses and grow their credit score The company’s founders say that after launching in early august, they’re already working with over 3,000 retail accounts

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A travel app that claims to be fully integrated with Airbnb. The startup’s founders say they’ve already been in talks with Airbnb about using their platform.

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A company focused on corporate software for the cannabis industry. The founders say they’ve already secured $2m in funding.

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A tool that helps identify the people that need to be at a meeting, and the people who are already there.

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A mobile app that helps people find the best and cheapest public transportation in their city. Called "Uber for Transportation", it's already in beta in New York and San Francisco.

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A startup that sells a $100 smart plug that does everything from controlling the lights in your home to allowing the owner to read text messages on their smartphone from anywhere.

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A way to help people share their calendars with family and friends and collaborate on events. The company has already raised $2.5 million in seed funding.

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A company that uses a patented optical-recognition technology to read barcodes and replace QR codes.

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The company’s first product is a credit card reader that plugs into a mobile device. It’s meant to work with a smartphone’s wireless charging capabilities.

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A micro-loan startup that helps small businesses get loans to cover inventory. The company, which was founded in May, says it has already closed $1.5 million.

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A web-based company that helps businesses track and manage their expenses. It is company that offers a “price tracking system” in which businesses create a spreadsheet, and then captures all their expenses through the software.

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A startup that helps e-commerce businesses expand globally. The company says it has helped over 1,000 merchants expand into more than 60 new countries. The company has already launched its first product, a global e-commerce marketplace, to the public and has launched in six countries.

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A $1 cloud-based platform for sharing your music, where friends can listen to it for free. The app is already on the Apple Store, and the company is looking to expand to Android and Windows.

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“An online platform that provides the opportunity to discover and hire top talent from around the world. They are already generating $4 million in annual revenue with a team of 8.”

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A company that focuses on tracking and sharing what employees are reading. The startup, which gives employers access to a data set of over 30 million books read, wants to make people more productive.

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A mobile first video messaging app. Launched in July and already has over 1 million users.

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 A platform for connecting ridesharing services along with their drivers. The startup is targeting the US market, but has already expanded into Europe.

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A SaaS tool that helps banks automate their KYC processes by providing a central repository of information. It has already raised $1.5 million.

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A startup that helps companies create quick spreadsheets for their different departments

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A $12-per-month service that brings an emergency food box to your doorstep. The startup has already helped more than 300 people, and partners with a network of food pantries.

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This startup is building a self-learning platform to help teach people the fundamentals of coding. The startup’s founders say that the product they have built is already powering over 20,000 students in 300 schools.

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This digital platform is for booking conferences, events, and meetings between companies. It aims to be a “Facebook for meetups” and has already raised $1 million.

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The goal of this startup is to help consumers shop for services that match their needs, rather than relying on recommendations from friends and family. The company looks to compete with platforms like Groupon and LivingSocial by selling subscriptions that will take care of the customer. The startup is already working with a number of Wal-Mart and Kroger stores.

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A company that enables companies to build bot-enabled services and chatbots. The company already has a beta product, a chatbot for booking a server that runs on Amazon’s Alexa.

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A startup that’s building an end-to-end GPS-based tracking app to help college students stay safe when they’re out on the town. The founders say that they’re already working with a number of colleges on their app, and that it’s been saving students from dangerous situations.

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A cloud-based service allowing customers to track their shipments in real-time. The startup says it has already signed up around 500 customers, and has raised $1.6 million in funding.

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If you want a car, the first thing you do is call your insurance company, and then you call your bank. The startup wants to automate this process and allow users to pay for their car insurance online with their bank account. It’s already working with AAA.

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A mobile app to help people get ready for bar exam

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Meetup is a platform for people to meet up in person and interact with each other. It's especially useful for groups that have members spread across different cities or different countries.

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Deliveroo is a food delivery service that allows restaurants to use their app to take orders for their customers, with the option to customize the meal or package it for individual delivery. It already has 2.4 million users within the UK and a service that is growing more than 100% year-over-year.

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This is a company that wants to help companies keep an eye on their employees. The company launched in late May and has already taken over $100,000 in seed funding.

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A digital marketplace where businesses can trade services with each other. Dutch startup has already built one app for this.

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A “big data” solution that helps food companies track their supply chain and predict how much food they’ll need to produce. The startup’s founders say they’ve already signed up over 500 clients, including Walmart, Nestle, and Cargill.

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A way to track and pay for university teaching gigs in India. The company says they already have payment processing partnerships in place in India and are looking to expand to other countries. SENSEI is one of the only companies that offer this kind of service in India.

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A tool that can build an inventory for a company’s product, or an E-commerce site for a product. The startup says it already has $2,000,000 in sales per month after launching in February.

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A startup that helps people find and close the deals for them. The startup is focused on the B2B segment, but it’s already working with companies like Capital One, Intuit, and Salesforce.

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A startup that’s building out a platform to help users with recurring payments like subscriptions and digital products. The product helps people manage their recurring payments, and is already being used by 65,000 users with 30,000 active channels.

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A startup that lets independent creators on Amazon sell their own products Amazon already offers this feature to big businesses, but this startup lets individual sellers sell their own stuff

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This is a community for videographers that already has 300,000 members.

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A product that helps transport companies find and hire drivers, with a focus on the U.S. trucking market. The startup is marketed towards companies that already use a third-party recruitment or “driver matching” service.

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A company that’s built a software platform to translate a user’s text into a computer-readable language. It’s already in use by several Fortune 500 companies.

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A startup that uses a sensor and a mobile app to monitor heart rate and push the data to a doctor’s smartphone. This ensures the doctor has a real-time read on the patient’s health.

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A startup that helps companies get a better understanding of their customers by using read receipts, call recording, and pop-up notifications to get real-time feedback.

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A startup that will take any video and allow its creators to port it to any of the top 30 mobile phone manufacturers, using a digital-rights-management-free model. The company has already built an app that allows anyone to convert any video to any phone.

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This is a loyalty platform for businesses, with a twist: users only get points for small purchases. The company claims it’s already profitable.

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Each week, the startup curates a list of 3-10 new books, videos, podcasts, and articles from the industry and the web that it thinks are worth reading and listening to. The startup also curates a weekly newsletter.

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A tool to help your employees get paid faster, with 30,000 businesses working with it already.

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A mobile app that helps a person use a credit card that does not have a magnetic stripe. Instead, it uses a special card reader that reads the information on the card, and sends it to the app.

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An Uber-like app that helps people find reliable childcare. The startup is based in San Francisco and already has hundreds of parents on its waitlist.

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A startup that helps businesses manage their risk and compliance exposure with regulatory reporting. The company is currently in “batch”, with plans to launch on March 1, but has already signed up 10 clients.

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A company building a platform for employers to offer flexible work arrangements to their employees. The company, which was launched in August, is already working with over 500 companies.

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A tool to help predict and prevent the spread of malware, malware-related scams, and other malicious software.

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A mobile app for recruiters and job seekers who want to get paid while they get ready for a job interview.

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A startup that makes a product called “The Wig”, a wearable device that can tell you if you have a fever or not by reading your face

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A startup that allows you to create an “Airbnb for Food”, allowing you to find and discover local restaurants that also allow you to book tables in advance. The company says it has already helped to book a hundred tables in New York City.

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A logistics marketplace for e-commerce companies. The startup wants to help buyers and sellers find each other, and has already paired up with a few major retailers.

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A software company that helps companies build out their marketing automation systems, allowing them to focus on the marketing tasks they know how to do well rather than managing spreadsheets.

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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.

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This is a company that is teaming up with a local restaurant to help you order food from a menu directly online. The idea is that you can then order a meal to be ready in the same spot that you want to pick it up from.

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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.

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A company that helps people live longer, healthier lives by providing health tech to doctors. The startup’s founders say they’ve already raised $7.5 million, with plans to launch in early 2018.

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Helps users sell to the right people at the right price. The startup says it has already secured $1 million in funding from investors.

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 A new type of meal-kit delivery service that aims to save consumers money by offering discounts when they order in bulk. The startup already has a few thousand customers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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A company that wants to fund and manage the creation of new content in the form of online videos or podcasts. It is backed by former CNN president Jonathan Klein and has raised $7 million from investors and is already active in several markets, including the UK.

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A startup that looks to make it easier for the elderly to get a second smartphone. They’re looking to make it easy for the elderly to get a second smartphone when they’re already paying high smartphone bills. They’re launching in a few months and have already received a $250,000 investment from an angel group in the Valley that helps solve “pioneering problems in emerging markets.”

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A monthly membership service that helps companies identify and recruit technical talent. The company boasts $1 million in recurring revenue and says it has already grown its team from 10 to 30 people.

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A startup that is building a new kind of e-reader that uses a 3-D lens to let users see books as if they were 3-D movies.

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A platform that helps users build their own online courses, with the startup already building a library of courses for Udemy.

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Fingers is a web-based email app for teams that aims to look familiar to those who’ve used Microsoft Outlook, and is for teams that are already using Microsoft Office. It allows users to set up and share meetings, schedules, and tasks.

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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.

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A startup that enables businesses to create a custom work product for their employees. The company has only run early stage trials, but has already attracted more than $3 million in funding from investors like 500 Startups.

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A company that wants to help people get paid more for doing things they already do. You’re already writing emails on your phone, so you should get paid for that.

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In mid-July, the startup said it has already raised $1.5 million from investors including Sequoia Capital and Union Square Ventures. It’s working on a similar product to Facebook’s Onavo.

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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.

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Idea: This startup is building a new productivity tool that lets users scroll down a page to view content, rather than clicking from one page to another The startup currently has a prototype and has already been featured in TechCrunch

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A startup that helps people find the best deal on a car insurance policy. The founders say they’ve already signed up 20,000 users and have been accepted to Y Combinator.

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An electronic cigarette company that makes and sells 100% organic, vegan, and gluten-free e-liquids. The company is working with the FDA to get its products approved, and is already selling $1 million in products.

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A live video app that allows you to broadcast and watch live video from your smartphone. Wibson has already raised over $14 million in venture funding.

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A startup that uses a “digital designer” to help small businesses build websites. The startup’s model is to wake up early in the morning and design a website for a small business owner and have it ready to go by that evening.

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A startup that helps online publishers generate revenue by allowing them to create targeted ads based on the content they are reading

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A mobile app that connects people looking to buy a new home with a realtor who can help them get an offer in writing. The founders say they’re already working with over 100 companies in real estate, including Robinsons Homes and Landmark.

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The startup wants to help smaller businesses get a loan through peer-to-peer lending, and has already closed more than $50 million in loans in an eight month period since it launched.

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A cybersecurity startup offering enterprise-grade security for small companies. The company claims to have already brought in $1.5M in revenue. Possibly a conflation of the financial services startup and the cybersecurity startup,

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A tool for helping people pay off their student loans. The company has already started paying off over $3 million in loans for people who took out their student loans in the 1990s.

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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.

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A company that pays people in the developing world to write content for a fee. They’ve already signed up one client (Watsi, a non-profit that helps poor people in medical emergencies) and expect to sign up another soon.

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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.

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A Chinese-American startup that’s building an app that makes it easier to pay for things online. The app is in private beta and is already available in Shanghai, Shanghai and other parts of China.

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This startup is building a platform to help people discover new stories and books they might like to read. The startup says it has 15,000 users who have opened the app 5,000 times.

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This is a travel-based insurance service that aims to help vacationers abroad claim on health insurance they already have in the US.

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A startup that launched in May, Empowered Launchpad is a marketplace for a variety of services including legal, accounting, and engineering, with the goal of making it easier for startups to get off the ground. They’re already working with 100 companies around the world.

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Skim is a service that lets people save articles to read later, while still seeing the whole article.

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A video-game startup that is building a platform that allows users to create and monetize their own mobile games. The company has been working on the idea for over two years, and is now ready to launch.

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Cofound.it is a platform for fundraising, with a $50 million fund to invest in startups. It has already distributed over $40 million to startups.

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This platform helps users track how their money is being spent. The startup says it has already attracted over $1 million in investment dollars.

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A company that is building an app that helps people find other people to go out and have fun with. They already have a team of over 250 people and raised $50 million in their first funding round.

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This app is a replacement for spreadsheets. The app helps users manage every aspect of their finances, including contracts, invoices, and approvals. The startup offers a monthly subscription fee for the software and gives users a free trial period.

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An enterprise application designed to help companies manage the spread of malware and security threats. The startup is built on a platform that provides IT teams with a single view of all of the company’s security threats, allowing them to prioritize and control those threats without wasting time.

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Sunlight is an app that allows media companies to schedule video to go out live on their website with a single click. Sunlight’s CEO says that the app has already helped his company grow by up to 30%.

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A startup that wants to help people make money off their pets. It’s in early stages, but has already raised $145,000 in seed funding from AngelList.

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This is an online video training marketplace for startups looking to grow and hire. The company is hiring a head of sales and has a $30,000/month business already with a handful of startups using it.

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A startup that ranks articles written by users based on what they read, how they write, and what they post on social media.

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A startup that helps companies manage their “digital customer relationships”, including email and social media. It’s already live with companies like Nasty Gal.

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A tool that automates the process of setting up and managing a B2B company in the Philippines. The company has already partnered with a few companies to help them navigate the process of setting up a company in the Philippines.

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A startup that provides accounting software to small businesses. They started in late 2017 and have already launched in Brazil and the Philippines.

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This startup is looking to prevent the spread of the Zika virus and other mosquito borne illnesses by manufacturing naturally repellent sunscreen that users can apply to their skin.

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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.

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This startup works with agencies to help them find workers, and then helps them manage that workforce. The startup has already worked with The Onion, the New Yorker, and others.

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A startup that helps hospitals create secure software for their staff to access the medical records of patients. The startup has already partnered with hospitals in the U.S. and India.

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A tool that lets you explore the world of retirement savings without having to read financial statements or do any complex math. As a nudge to get you started, it’s free.

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This is a startup that makes it easier for users to read and write in French, Italian, and Spanish. Another benefit is that they can take notes in those languages and they can share those notes with others who speak those languages.

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This is a startup that’s building an app and platform to help people in countries like India save money on their utility bills by installing solar panels on their homes, which are already building excess energy into the grid.

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A search engine for things that have been read. The company’s co-founder was a former search engine developer who was frustrated with the state of the industry.

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A cloud-based phone system for companies. It’s designed to be a suite of tools that works with the other tools the company already has in place, including a phone, PBX and computer system.

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A startup that connects restaurants with home delivery services, so that customers can order food that’s ready when they get it. The startup has already raised $2.4 million in funding.

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A free chat app for developers. The company has already raised $5.5M in funding from some of the largest VCs in the world, including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, and more.

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The startup promises to save you time and money by helping you find the best locks — and has already raised $8.1M.

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A startup aiming to make it easier for people to go out and get the medicine they need. They already have a patient app and have built a “pocket pharmacy” pharmacy, and aim to expand to services such as mental health and pharmaceuticals.

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A family-friendly AI chatbot that allows grocery shoppers to chat with the AI through voice or text to help them pick out the best deals. The company says it’s already up and running in grocery chains like Walmart.

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A startup that helps small businesses track repairs, maintenance, and replacements rather than having to rely on spreadsheets and stops receiving Ubers and other ride-share services.

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An “entrepreneur” app that helps you read business books at your own pace.

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A company that’s building an online platform for remote teams of people to collaborate remotely, and has already signed up with a dozen companies.

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This company is building a mobile app that helps hospitals track patients. The app helps hospital staff get real-time information about patients and is intended to reduce the number of readmissions.

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A platform for professional book authors who want to sell their books through Amazon. The startup’s founders say they’re working on integrations with other retailers like iTunes and Google Play and are making it easier for authors to sell their books to readers.

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A smartphone-based navigation app that can read your GPS data and build a map of where you’ve been. The startup has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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This startup is building a web-based platform for companies to create and implement workplace policies. It’s already working with Amazon, Starbucks, and others.

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A tool for managing retail inventory, with an API that allows developers to pull inventory data from a range of different sources. The startup says they’ve already integrated with over 250 retailers.

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A tool for online bill pay. The company is in beta mode, but is already seeing traction with enterprises.

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A consumer-facing app that allows users to make online purchases of items from their local grocery store, like milk and bread.

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The company’s purpose is to help finance businesses manage their payrolls. They’ve already signed up over 17,000 companies across the US.

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A startup is building a platform to organize and share photos and video of food. They’re already organizing the food into a public database.

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A company that “helps businesses buy and build from a wider, more diverse set of technology services”. The startup has raised $6 million from investors and says it has already helped companies grow from “the size of a small company to a well-staffed, highly functional team”.

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A platform for tracking which email and social media inboxes people check, and which ones they just don’t. Their Co-founder says they’re already working with more than 1,000 customers, and their first product in the works is a “personas” platform for businesses, which helps brands better understand who their customers are.

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

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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.

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A company that helps employees build their personal brand, which they say is a natural outgrowth of the social and professional networks they’re already in.

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Flex is a tool for managing heavy tasks, like data-entry or proofreading. It gets rid of the “middle management” of the traditional task-management tool.

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A startup that’s looking to offer a service for patients with insomnia. The company wants to add sleep to the existing sleep study market that already exists.

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A new way to sell concert tickets that’s built around a social network. The startup says it’s already signed 10,000 artists and 27,000 performers to its platform.

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A software startup that aims to make it easier for companies to create surveys online. The startup is building a survey tool that’s designed to work with software like SurveyMonkey and SurveyGizmo, and is already running its own free online survey service.

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A company focused on helping companies find and recruit people who create content like blogs, podcasts, or YouTube channels. Content creators have to manually fill out applications and get approval from the startup to be on their platform. The startup has already raised $100,000 and is looking for more investment.

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A platform for recruiters, meant to help them find talent. The startup, which was founded in May, already has 2 paying customers.

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A way to create a spreadsheet that’s machine-readable. The startup is building a way to read spreadsheets without needing to know the syntax of formulas.

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A tool to help users learn English, enabling them to follow along on a video while a native speaker reads the text.

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This company is building a way to add gender-neutral language to websites and applications. It’s a way to extend the gender-neutral language that’s already been created for things like vacation rentals or the LGBTQ community by defaulting to “them” whenever they’re not specified.

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A startup that’s already proven that content marketing works for real estate companies, with more than 100 signups, and has a $2 million seed round to prove it.

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A smart phone app that makes it easier to find the cheapest airfare for travel on Facebook. The startup has already seen success with the app, and says they’ve seen a 150% increase in the number of people in India who use it on a daily basis.

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A tool with a very simple interface that can help designers create landing pages, sales pages, or purchase pages. The company says they’ve already seen 40,000 clicks on their landing pages.

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iau is building a tool to make it easier for marketers to track their digital campaigns, helping them get more data on their marketing efforts. The startup says it’s already working with over 50 marketing agencies.

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A platform that helps small businesses grow with the help of AI and machine learning. The startup is targeting the B2B market, and already has over 100 customers.

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A startup that helps employers and HR departments manage the hiring process and recruitment. They’ve raised $1.2 million to date, and their 10-person team has already signed on to work with 500 startups.

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This is a messaging platform that works with Slack and Google Apps so you can talk about deadlines and collaboration from any device. The startup says it has already helped over 250 companies and is looking to scale.

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“The world’s largest decentralized flight management system”, helping pilots and air traffic control systems coordinate location and navigate flights. The startup says that its technology is already replacing “50% of an airline’s total operations” with a fleet of more than 30,000 aircraft.

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A startup that makes it easy for non-programmers to spread their own ideas together with others in real time. The company has been building a community of online users to ask and answer questions in a Q&A format.

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A startup that allows customers to buy groceries with a prepaid Visa card. It’s already in the works with over 16,000 users.

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A startup that lets people book rideshare services, place trips, and get suggestions from the app. It’s already working with over 5,000 drivers.

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 A social network for bloggers, publishers, and readers to keep in touch and share content.

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A mobility platform that connects businesses with the right tools to make it easier for drivers to earn income by delivering packages and other items. The startup’s co-founder, Alex Boussard, says they’ve already seen interest from a number of major companies and has even managed to raise a few million dollars in funding.

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A market research and recruiting tool for the beauty industry. The startup’s founders say they have already worked with brands like Revlon and L’Oréal.

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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.

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A software company that wants to help the legal profession connect with attorneys across the country. The company’s founder says they’ve already signed up over 2,000 lawyers and are working on a nationwide expansion.

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A B2B startup that aims to solve the problem of processing and logging of data for companies looking to start up a new retail bank. The company says it’s already working with a few banks on prototypes.

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A speed-reading app that uses a “simulated reading algorithm” to help you read faster.

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This startup is building an “enterprise-ready” version of Microsoft Office for businesses.

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A platform for building connected home products with a focus on security and automation. The startup aims to compete with existing standards like Thread and Nest that can manage connected devices.

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A companion app for the cloud-based version of the New York Times that lets you save articles to read later, annotate them, and share them with your friends.

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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.

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This startup wants to sort the news you read to bring it to you in a format that’s somehow more relevant to you. The startup uses machine learning to determine which stories are most relevant to you, and tries to bring you the most relevant news. It’s a bit like Flipboard, but less user-friendly.

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This startup aims to be a place where you can get childcare information, and then book that childcare at any time. The company wants to solve the problem of childcare shortage, and says it has already helped people book childcare for the first time, and is now helping people find care for the first time.

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Reduce the friction of scheduling interviews and making hiring decisions. The company says they’ve already raised $1M and have a job matching product that they’re launching in the next few months.

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The startup wants to build a “third-party insurance-for-everyone” platform that offers affordable health insurance. The startup has already built a network that serves around 200,000 people in the US and has raised $3.5 million.

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A product that helps people manage their digital content. The startup says they’ve been working with the Y Combinator alumni community since 2013 and has already helped them launch a number of products and services.

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An AI-powered chatbot that helps doctors diagnose and treat patients. The company says it is already being used by over 20,000 doctors in the US.

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The startup’s founders say they want to be the company that “solves the ‘I can’t find my team’ problem.” It wants to be the new way of tracking employees, replacing spreadsheets and HR systems with a single, secure system.

52

A startup that helps people find like-minded people in their area to join them on a shared journey. The site lets you book a ride with others nearby, and lets them know when it’s ready to pick them up.

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A software company that helps businesses better define and measure the impact of their marketing campaigns. The company’s founders say their platform has already helped businesses like Blue Apron and Fandango “get more value for their marketing dollars.”

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The company wants to make negotiating harder than it already is by providing a simple, searchable interface for employees to search the market for best deals on everything from Amazon Prime subscriptions to a new suit.

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A startup that wants to be the Amazon for home services, making it easier for customers to buy a service without having to rely on a retail retailer. The company has already signed up a number of local hardware stores.

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Everyone has a friend or acquaintance that they’d like to loan money to, but they have no way to do so. MoneyBroker does just that, pairing people with other people in need of cash with those who have funds to give. The startup has already raised $2.5 million and is currently on-boarding more than 2,000 users a month.

51

A startup for digital goods, taking a page out of the Apple model of selling new iPhone apps on the day of release. The startup is selling digital goods like digital photographs and videos that have already been processed.

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If you ever needed to take a picture of your data, this is the app for you. The camera-based app allows you to take pictures of your data and export it to a spreadsheet.

51

A content incentive platform that rewards employees for sharing and spreading content. It’s currently targeting the hospitality industry.

51

A startup for selling used cars, selling cars wholesale and at a lower cost than dealerships. The startup has partnered with dealerships in the US already, and is adding an auto insurance product to help offset the cost of rental cars for customers.

51

A startup that’s building a machine that can read your medical records, listen to your voice, and communicate with you in non-verbal ways.

50

A venture backed brand that makes nut-milk-based drinks and skincare products. The company has three products in the market already, and recently introduced a new product that uses a nutty brown rice protein called “brown rice protein powder.”

50

A company that helps companies to build, market and sell software products to Fortune 500 companies. They’re already working with Google.

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A video conferencing platform that’s powered by the cloud and designed to work on all devices. It’s already integrated with Slack, allowing customers to schedule meetings from anywhere and get notifications when they’re available.

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The idea is to be an online marketplace for companies to buy and sell their parts. Each part has a unique identifier that allows them to track their whereabouts. The founders say they have raised $8.5 million to date and are already working with over 10 companies.

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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.

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A file sharing and collaboration tool for veterinarians, with a focus on recording and sharing patient data. They’ve already secured $3.2 million in funding.

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A tool built for companies to manage and monitor all of their marketing on one platform. The company says they’ve already worked with a variety of Fortune 500 firms, including Qantas, Lululemon, and Tesla.

49

Drawing on the insights from the most-read articles on Medium, this startup is building a toolset that lets writers and other creatives see who’s reading their work and how.

49

A startup that aims to integrate payments into customized retail experiences. The startup helps retailers connect with shoppers, and it’s already in a few pilot programs.

49

A startup that helps you find free and cheap parking in NYC, Baltimore and Los Angeles. It’s already live in NYC, and will expand to LA and Baltimore in the coming months.

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 This startup wants to replace the traditional broker model with a commission-free, network-based system that brings together buyers and sellers. The startup says it already has several dozen clients.

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This is an app for recruiting on-campus for colleges and companies. The company says that it’s already working with over 500 colleges and 100 companies.

48

A home security startup that monitors in-home security cameras and allows customers to turn on their lights or lock their doors remotely. The startup, which has raised a $750k seed round from a variety of investors, is already working with a dozen customers.

48

A SaaS platform that connects people who own debt with people who want to pay it off. The company says it’s already signed up “a few hundred” users.

48

A new startup that wants to provide a way for investors to connect with companies in the early stages of development, with a focus on B2B companies. The founder said it has around $24 million in funding so far, and has already worked with companies like TaskRabbit, Instacart, and Stripe.

48

A startup that helps people experience the city of their choice in VR. The startup has already helped a few dozen people experience the Amazon rainforest, and has plans to expand to other cities.

48

A company that provides “next-generation” insurance solutions to companies with higher liability risks. The company’s approach is a bit atypical, as they say they’re not “selling” insurance, but rather “managing” the risk of the company. The startup says they’re already working with more than a dozen clients with plans to expand to 20 more before the end of 2019.

47

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.

47

A content creation platform for companies looking to build branded content. The company has already built out a product with a few clients.

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This is a platform that helps companies find and hire remote employees. It’s an expansion of the company’s existing service which it says already serves 2,000 companies.

46

A startup that helps healthcare companies manage their patient records. The company provides software and services to help them make data easier to find. They have already run pilot programs with large insurance companies and hospitals.

46

A startup that built an app that enables people to create custom messaging channels on WhatsApp. The startup, which has already raised funding from Y Combinator and other investors, is currently working with WhatsApp to enable its customers to sell premium products in their chat channels.

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This is a real estate marketplace that wants to make it easy for sellers to find buyers using the company’s proprietary search tools. The startup says it’s already working with over 100 landlords and realtors in five states.

46

A company that makes a cloud-based service for small businesses that allows them to collaborate in real-time and access their spreadsheets in the cloud.

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While the idea of a self-driving car might look like far-fetched science fiction, the reality is that the technology is already at work on the roads of the United States and Europe. However, it is still too expensive for consumers to access. The startup, which is still in stealth, is working to make the technology accessible at a consumer level.

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A startup that helps people find cheap flights to and from the city where they’re visiting. The company says it’s already been used by tens of thousands of customers who saved $1,000 on a flight.

46

A sharing platform for freelance talent that’s already helping companies like Time Inc. and MailChimp hire.

46

A startup that’s building a self-checkout system for grocery stores. The company says that they’re already working with over 20 grocery chains.

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A tool that helps users automate the process of cleaning the air in their homes. They’re already working with a Fortune 500 company to make their product available to their customer.

45

A company that builds a way to observe and track the movement of people in real time through a smartphone application. It’s a way to keep celebrities safe at festivals and other events. The founders say they’ve already been approached by several celebrities to use their product.

45

A tool that allows people to create their own digital currency, or “pre-sale tokens”, then sell them to investors. The startup’s founders say they’re already working with a handful of early-stage startups.

44

A startup that helps foreign companies find workers in the US. The startup’s founders say they’ve already had over 25,000 job postings on their platform.

44

A tool for patient-doctor communication. The startup was founded by a Harvard MD who saw a need to improve communication between patients and physicians. The company is already collecting patient data in some markets, and will be bringing the product to the US in the next couple of months.

44

A startup that helps businesses build and manage their customer databases, moving away from spreadsheets and manual processes to digitized solutions

44

A startup that helps people make “life-saving” decisions by using data and AI to guide them. The startup has already raised $2.3 million in funding.

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Businesses in the Netherlands can create a marketplace for people to sell their home-grown products and services. The startup has already helped 30 small businesses rent out their homes.

43

A new startup helping small businesses like grocers, restaurants, and events get new customers. They say they’ve already generated over $1,000 in revenue from 5 customers.

43

 A startup that brings together the digital and physical worlds to make sure you’re prepared for any situation. Exos is a communications platform that will help you be ready before an earthquake hits, a hurricane hits, or a tsunami strikes.

43

A startup that helps companies manage their contacts more efficiently, allowing them to sync up with people they already know in different industries.

43

A way for people to take a photo of their food, and see where it came from and what was in it. It’s already up and running, and aims to keep customers up to date on the food they eat.

43

A community of freelance designers with an emphasis on high-end products like furniture, ready-to-wear, and toys.

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The team is building a platform for independent contractors, freelancers and consultants to find clients. The company says it has already raised $5 million in funding.

42

A tool meant to help companies automate the onboarding process for new employees by using machine learning to read and evaluate new workers’ social media bios.

42

A platform that helps people make music together using the tools they’re already using. The startup has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from investors including Union Square Ventures, SV Angel, ZipCar founder Robin Chase, and Dropbox founder Drew Houston.

42

A simple tool that gives people a way to track their finances, with a focus on building a community. It’s just launched in beta and says it’s already gaining traction in the SF Bay Area.

41

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.

41

A company that sells a device that lets your phone read and translate text in over 100 languages. The startup has raised $3 million.

41

A music subscription service that pays artists based on how much music people listen to. The company is already in talks with artists to create original content and bring it to their platform.

41

The startup’s platform aims to help people mitigate the risk of receiving bad credit and loans. It has already secured $5 million in funding.

41

A SMB-focused marketplace for small business loans, which has already closed $20M in loans and has more than 10,000 users.

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The Parisian startup is building a digital version of a tour guide. The app will help people feel more connected to a place and know more about it than they currently do. The company has already raised €4.1 million and is currently on track to close a €5 million round.

41

A food delivery app in the US that is working with a handful of restaurants to get deliveries in under an hour. It has already raised $6M.

41

A platform that allows teams to collaborate on their code without ever needing to leave Slack. The company has already raised $3 million in funding.

41

A tech startup whose product is a home-based network of technicians that fixes your home’s issues or installs equipment. The company says that since it launched in early 2019 it has already had several million dollars worth of work.

41

A mobile money platform for emerging markets, where the company says it has already made $1 billion in loans to over 20 million customers.

40

A company that provides a free loan to borrowers who have already been denied one from other banks.

40

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.

40

An online marketplace for buying and selling used cars, with sellers spread out across the US. A small number of sellers offer used cars, but most of the items are from rentals. The company has raised $40M in a Series E.

40

This startup wants to take the gamification of learning to the next level, with gamified quizzes that read aloud to you and provide instant feedback.

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A software company that provides software for companies to calculate the cost of hiring new employees. The company says it’s already attracting customers like Twitter, LinkedIn, and Zendesk.

39

A set of tools to help build out a mobile app without having to know a lot about how to code. The startup’s founder, Sam Om, has been working on the startup for over a year, and says they’ve already secured $300,000 in funding.

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A chatbot that helps users with their finances. The startup says that it has already run a pilot with a few companies.

39

A content recommendation platform that partners with influencers to help them get more followers and more engagement. They say they’re already working with a number of celebrities.

38

The company is building a toolset for building and selling items on Airbnb. The company is already working with a few startups in Silicon Valley, and says they’ve raised $1.2M but aren’t disclosing their valuation or amount raised.

38

A mobile app that helps people find the best deals on local flights. The startup is already seeing 1,000 downloads every week and is expanding nationally with a $500,000 investment.

38

A company that aims to build the next generation of smart homes. The team has already raised over $5 million from investors, including Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.

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The startup is building a platform for online poll creators. It’s a company that’s already in early-stage talks with buyout funds.

38

A resource for women on the road to help them be better travelers. The company says it’s already working with companies like Microsoft and Time Warner Cable.

38

A startup that allows companies to verify the data they receive is real and valid. The startup has already built an API that allows for verification and has a company that offers verification services.

38

A company that helps small businesses build an online presence. They’re already working with a few small businesses who want to launch an online presence.

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A “smart” breadboard that connects to any Arduino board, according to the company.

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A tool to help people make and sell their own physical products online, particularly since they’ve already gone through the work of designing them.

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This startup is working to ensure that your home insurance policy covers home repair, and will alert you if you’re not getting the protection you need. They’re already in the process of introducing a data-driven product to the US market.

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An on-site credit card system for small businesses. The company says it’s already working with over 700 businesses.

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Service giving people cash for completing tasks through their phones. Bemis has raised $10 million and has already onboarded more than 200,000 people in the US and Mexico.

36

A startup that helps businesses manage their data and get to market quicker. The company says it’s already landing a lot of customers in the early days as it’s able to deliver a relatively simple product.

36

A platform for recruiters to manage and find candidates from social networks. They charge companies by the number of applicants they get, and are already working with Y Combinator.

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A “social news site,” built for Indian readers.

34

A startup that helps companies send out encrypted emails to employees, and their families, that only employees can read and employees can only see them.

33

Part of the problem with software is that it’s hard to measure how well an app is working. AppZilla wanted to solve that problem by building a platform for developers to track their app’s stats. The startup is focusing on mobile apps, and has already raised $1.5 million.

32

A company that makes virtual reality experiences for medical training and education, and has already trained over 50,000 people on its platform.

32

The startup is building a “social tool” that helps millennials find and connect with one another to “help them grow their social capital”. The social platform has already built a $1.2 million round of funding and has raised another $3 million in a seed round.

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This startup, based in the US, is building a way to connect brands and their customers. The company’s co-founder says they’ve already had over 1,000 customers sign up.

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A platform that helps customers shop for and compare products, and integrates with their CRM, and has already integrated with 10 major CRM providers.

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A platform where users can earn cryptocurrency for taking surveys, answering questions, and posting content. The Maven team says they’re already making $200+ per month on the platform.

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

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A tool that helps you keep track of the book you read, and which you can then automatically give to a friend.

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You take one of their books, but when you’re done you can download the PDF, which is much easier to read. They also have ebooks that include exercises, so if you’re a student, you can practice your reading over and over again.

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A app that helps you read and watch long-form content without it taking over your day.

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This company is making it easier for small businesses to invest in their own ventures, by providing them an online platform for managing investments. The seed round has already been funded, and the company is looking to the next round to help it scale.

29

A health insurance app which allows users to submit their medical claims and payment information with a couple of taps on their phone. The startup is a bit of an interesting case study for the healthcare sector. They launched in March and have over 1,000 customers already. They're profitable for the first time.

29

A team of Ph.D.s and VCs is building a new language for smart contracts, making it easier to write and read smart contracts that run on the Ethereum blockchain.

29

A cloud-based inventory management system for restaurants. The company wants to help restaurants track inventory across the supply chain, and integrate with other systems like POS and bar management software. They’ve already raised $2.5M.

28

This startup is building a tool for HR managers to manage their team’s performance reviews. The service has already been used by over 5,000 companies, and it’s available for free to large companies.

27

A software company that helps doctors better track patient health using data from a variety of sources. The startup is already working with physicians in Arizona.

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A startup that is building an "enterprise-grade" Bitcoin wallet for enterprises. They hope to eventually provide enterprise-ready tools for other blockchains, as well.

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Elevate gives businesses a way to sell subscriptions to their services, and the startup has already signed up 4,000 users in 40 different countries.

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Helping small businesses manage all of their IT needs. The startup has 100 clients already and is looking for $1 million in seed funding.

26

A platform for businesses to help their employees track hours and pay for independent contractors. The startup has already been used by companies like Hewlett Packard, CVS, and DMCI.

26

A startup that helps businesses manage their payments and invoices, which the founders say is significantly more effective than spreadsheets. It aims to be a full-stack solution for companies in need of a better way to manage their accounts receivable.

26

A tool for bringing employees together. The tool allows you to add tasks by dragging and dropping from an online spreadsheet to a shared Google Drive.

26

A startup that wants to build a marketplace where people can trade used computers. It’s already started in Brazil but wants to expand into other countries.

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A platform that lets companies share their contractors and subcontractors. The startup is building a way for small businesses to pay their workers on time and in full, and as a result, is already working with over 40 customers.

25

A startup platform for students to find tutors, teachers, and other school professionals. It has already been featured on the Showcase Stage of Startup Battlefield.

25

A startup that helps companies manage retail contracts in a simple, easy-to-use interface. The startup says it’s already working with over 300 clients.

25

This company is working on using AI and data to customize pricing for businesses. The founders say they’ve already signed up hundreds of businesses, and are looking to roll out an API and dashboard soon.

25

A platform for building products faster. The company has a number of clients already, including the Smithsonian, HuffPost, MTV, and the National Football League.

25

A platform for buying and selling virtual items like power-ups, skins and runes in esports. PGL is based in China and is already signing up professional esports teams to use its platform, which lets teams create their own websites and sell merchandise.

24

A company that wants to help businesses manage their customer data. They’ve been in stealth mode for two years and they’re already talking to more than 500 Fortune 500 companies.

24

This startup is looking to help doctors manage patient files by moving them into a single platform. It’s a software-as-a-service platform that’s already used by doctors in the U.S. and the UK.

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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 B2B company that helps companies manage their ticket inventory. After being founded in March, the startup is already has raised $4.6 million in Series A funding.

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 social network for elderly people to check in and view pictures of their friends and family. The startup has already helped its first customer, a family member, locate her father and communicate with him (via text) over the phone.

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A software package that helps create threadless repairs for consumers.

21

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 project management and time tracking app that allows users to track time from multiple devices, while also converting time tracking data into a single, searchable spreadsheet.

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A company that helps doctors use technology to keep track of patients who are already in the hospital and notifying them in case of emergencies

21

This is a book publisher that helps authors make money from their work, by selling digital and physical copies to readers, then compensating authors with royalty payments on each sale.

21

A food delivery startup that only delivers food and drink that’s been on the premises for a couple hours. It’s already expanded into DC and NYC.

21

A B2B business that lists items for sale on the web, allowing users to take advantage of the millions of people who are selling on Amazon. The startup has already made a $100,000 sale.

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A "social media platform for people who already have social media accounts", with the goal of helping people create better profiles on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. In 2015, the startup raised a seed round from YC.

20

A startup that wants to help people with specific challenges, like people with epilepsy or those who want to run marathons. It’s is already has 4,500 users, and manages over $6 million in payments.

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A way to get food delivered from the market to your doorstep. Founder Josh Wilson says he’s already signed a deal with a local deli to deliver.

20

A company that’s building a browser extension so users can automatically sign up for credit card promotions, using the credit cards they already own.

20

This startup is building a platform that allows businesses to manage their payroll and benefits from a single system. The startup already serves Fortune 500 companies.

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A startup that wants to help people find and use better alternatives to plastic bags, by helping them make shopping lists in their phone’s email. The startup has only been live for a week, but is already seeing a 30% conversion rate.

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A healthcare company that vets doctors via video and social media and generates reports on their abilities to practice medicine. The company already has a network of about 23,000 doctors on its platform.

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A software as a service to help people who are blind or visually impaired to read text from screen to screen.

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A mobile app that helps you pay your utility bills and read your meter data.

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This is a company that is building a tool to help companies track their expenses in a way that can be neatly summarized into a spreadsheet.

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The doc app is meant to work with any electronic health records system. It’s built on the idea of user-friendly dashboards, so users can see all of the data that’s relevant, in one place. HealthBlitz is currently working with the Mayo Clinic to build out a prototype. HealthBlitz says that it’s already working with nearly 3,000 healthcare providers.

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A universal barcode reader for all industries, including retail, healthcare, and manufacturing. The startup wants to develop a barcode reader that can read the same barcode across all industries.

18

A startup that arranges travel-to-work commuter trips. The company’s main idea is to help people save on gas, and in a press release said it was already saving customers $150 million in gas.

17

A mobile app that helps employers and HR teams track employee performance. It’s already live with over 100 customers.

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A “sales funnel that helps you understand if your leads are ready to buy from you”.

17

A startup that posts interesting things to read in a certain category, or a tough topic like “How to be a good parent” with articles like “How to get your kid to go to bed.”

17

A startup for buying, selling and trading used cars. The startup has already attracted over 15,000 sellers and has processed over $600,000 worth of transactions.

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A company that helps companies with employee benefit management. It fits with the financial services industry, which is already using it.

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Blockchain-based dating platform for people who are already in relationships.

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This startup wants to help small businesses create, manage, and share Google Docs spreadsheets directly from their phone.

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A chatbot that helps people get answers to their legal questions. Already live in one state and one county in the US.

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A platform for hiring people to speak at events. The startup uses its own software, which allows companies to advertise their events, and then lets people apply to speak. The startup says it has already reached $1 million in recurring revenue.

15

A company that helps developers build apps for the iPhone. The startup already has 7 clients, including the Obama campaign, and plans to go public in the first quarter of 2020.

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A platform for connecting readers to products and creators. The company says it’s currently in talks with publishers, and has letters of intent from five publishers to launch the product in the next few weeks.

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A chat app that lets you order food at home and pay ahead of time. The startup has already worked with two restaurants in New York City to demonstrate the concept.

14

A startup that makes it easier to communicate with doctors remotely. Doctors can chat with patients via a smartphone or the web, and can see what prescriptions they’ve already written and what they’re working on right now.

14

A startup that wants to use VR to help visually impaired people read. With the help of VR, users can read much more quickly than they could without it.

14

A tool that teaches you how to read an oil change and how to order parts

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A startup that let’s you know what's on your calendar and help you prioritize, and keeps track of events and activities you've already committed to.

14

A catered meal delivery service for those who work odd hours or don’t like cooking. You can order ahead and even set up a schedule to be meal-ready as soon as you arrive at work.

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A micro-job platform where people can earn a few dollars an hour doing a task for a company that already has a full-time employee doing that same task. The idea is that someone can have a few hours of work on Mechanical Turk each day already, and that’s the entirety of their work week.

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A tool for mastering the dreaded phone interview.

13

A startup that helps businesses in India, for instance, sort out GST numbers, and upload databases in an easier way than using an Excel spreadsheet

13

A startup that wants to give people a digital home and help them share that home with others. It’s one of many companies that are hoping to make the sharing economy less of a weird thing only people who can afford to live in San Francisco do. The startup is already using its own properties to earn $5,000 monthly.

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This startup wants to build “a new form of healthcare,” specifically for elderly people in the US. The startup has already raised $14 million in funding.

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A software for HR managers to keep track of their employee’s performance and to determine if they are a fit for promotion. The startup says it has already managed to help companies like General Electric and PwC manage their employee performance.

12

A mobile app that helps make better coffee. It’s a big problem, which is why the startup has already raised $5 million to date from investors including Andreessen Horowitz.

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A new way to get medical information on the web. Rather than just being a summary of what doctors have already said, this new tool combines the best of what the web has to offer with the benefits of traditional medical journals.

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Building a platform that lets users to buy and sell home goods via a marketplace. The startup has already secured a partnership with the Indigo chain of bookstores, and is looking to launch in New York City soon.

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Idea: This startup is building a telemedicine service that lets people consult with doctors via video chat. They’ve already worked with a few dozen companies.

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An online marketplace that connects restaurants with local delivery services. It helps restaurants fill orders from customers, and makes it easy for customers to order delivery from restaurants they’ve already tried and like.

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A business that sends people to the gym, based on the weather and other data. The company already has more than 40,000 customers in the U.S. and has raised over $2 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Thrive Capital and others.

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An online clothing warehouse delivering to local boutiques and independent stores in the U.S. A recent move into the UK has brought in $100,000 in sales in their first month, while they say they’ve already received interest from other retailers.

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A software company that helps employees manage their finances and track spending in a way that’s more effective than spreadsheets and paper.

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A startup building tools for companies to manage short-term contracts. The company said it has already raised $14 million in funding.

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A hardware company that makes it easier for people to possess and grow their own cannabis. They’re supplying this solution to dispensaries in Colorado, where Gov. John Hickenlooper has shown support for legal weed in the past. The company is already in business in Canada, and is looking at expansions into other states.

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The startup wants to build an in-person recruiting marketplace for corporate campuses. The company has already built an app to help visiting college students find housing.

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The first platform for wholesale drug purchasing, connecting drug companies with distributors. The startup is already profitable and has 1,000 customers.

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A startup that’s building an AI for image recognition. On Rains is building an AI that can do lip-reading for people with hearing impairments.

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This startup says they’re building a Facebook-style news feed for people to read news stories. It’s a way to let news sources share stories without having to pay for a platform.

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This startup is building a tool to help local businesses build a web presence. The company already has clients in Chicago and Los Angeles.

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Has launched in the past year in the US, in areas in which cannabis has been legalized in the past year in states like Ohio, New Jersey, Texas, and California. The company’s founders say they can apply their technology to any state/state-regulated cannabis industry, and are already in business in the US.

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They’re building a new app that integrates with the company’s existing software to allow users to place orders and track shipments through a unified interface. The company says they’ve already built the app and are in the process of getting it out to customers.

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A cloud-based peer-to-peer insurance platform, which is already in use in the automotive industry. The startup wants to be the only place where clients can buy insurance online, in person, or on the phone.

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A computer for your car. The startup is in the process of prototyping a car computer that replaces the car’s in-dash screen. It’s compatible with most vehicles and smart home systems already on the road. The startup has raised $1.5 million to date.

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A startup that’s building a tool that helps big companies manage their global supply chains. They say they’re already working with Motorola Mobility.

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A B2B software company that helps hardware manufacturers and distributors sell to retail stores. The company’s founders say that in the past year it’s already signed and closed on 125 deals and has more in the pipeline.

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A breadcrumb-based application that helps you find the nearest bakery, bakery cafe, or bakery cafe cafe. It’s essentially a Yelp for bread.

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A phone-based service that automates the selling of your personal information. The idea is that if you’re selling your information, you want to sell it at the most efficient price, and the company helps you do that. The startup says it has already done $70 million worth of transactions.

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This company is helping people to give their money to the right charity. It uses an algorithm to evaluate charities to identify the best options, and has already donated over $1,000,000.

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This product is a new way to read the news.

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A decentralized prediction market, looking to use the power of the blockchain to bring more transparency to public wagers. The startup already has a partnership with the NBA to use data on player performance to create more stable markets.

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One of the two startups in the Finalist batch to make the Demo Day pitch, Haptik is another VR system that allows you to create VR-based simulations of the real world. Haptik is targeting the market for VR training simulations, which is an idea that’s already working for real estate agents and other companies.

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Helps companies manage their human capital better by replacing spreadsheets with online tools. Helps companies manage their human capital better by replacing spreadsheets with online tools.

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A SaaS platform that helps businesses manage their phone calls with a single dashboard that can be accessed from any device. The founders say they’ve already had over 400,000 calls a month through their platform.

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A software company building a web platform for small businesses to use for marketing and sales, with many of its customers already using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The company claims it’s already had over 1,000 customers sign up to use its platform, and has raised $1.2 million.

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A startup that helps people find products they want to buy from a specific retailer that they’re already a customer of, then buys it for them.

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A platform that helps small businesses get into marketplaces like Airbnb and Airbnb for Business. The startup says it has already signed up over 100 companies.

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A tool to help people learn how to code and build websites. The startup wants to help people get up to speed quickly and cheaply. It already has 50,000 users and has raised $20 million in funding.

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A tool for salespeople to generate new leads. The company’s co-founder used to go on sales calls where he’d be asked to generate leads, but then sit on his hands for days while he waited for new leads to appear. So he built a tool that automated this process, which has already generated 500 leads.

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A physical device for reading and studying in a low light environment. The startup has a physical device that helps you study in a low light environment.

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An enterprise-grade video conferencing platform for business. The startup is already profitable and is looking to double its 50 employees over the next year.

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A startup that wants to allow companies to target marketing programs to specific visits on websites. The startup, which was founded in December, has already signed up over 200 customers including Pinterest, Dailymotion, and Instagram.

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Automates the process of getting a fingerprint scanner to work on a device you already own. The startup is focusing first on Android devices and then extending to other platforms.

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A cloud-based marketplace for home services. The startup says it’s already in use in 100 cities in 13 countries, with over 30,000 professionals.

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A startup that wants to make it easy for people to buy the things they need on a schedule. The company says it’s already working with over 1,000 customers.

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 A dating platform for men seeking women, with a heavy emphasis on education. The company has already raised $1.4M after announcing the startup in December, with investors including former CEO of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman.

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Tachyon is a tool for monitoring and managing service-level agreements. The company’s founders say they’re already working with over 100 customers, and they’ve raised $1.7 million in seed funding.

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An email marketing tool that integrates with all of your favorite email clients. The startup’s founders say they’ve already closed $1.5 million in pre-launch investment.

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A startup that helps people find and book restaurants and make reservations. It’s already used for over 1,000 reservations.

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A business designed to help musicians market their music and manage it across the web. It’s a unique approach, but the founders say that they’re already working with over 150 artists.

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 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.

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Idea: A hardware product that seamlessly integrates with your existing credit card reader so that you can accept credit card payments in person.

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It’s 2015, and you’re still using an Excel spreadsheet to track your expenses. Monefy helps you do that, but also keeps your financial records organized.

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A startup that lets people buy and sell homes with cryptocurrencies, says it’s already working with several real estate agents to list properties for sale with Bitcoin

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Idea: A startup providing free credit scores to customers, funded by a paywall around their credit report They believe this will generate better engagement than the traditional credit monitoring model, which pays customers to read their credit report

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Idea: A B2B company that helps banks and insurance companies clean up their data The startup launched in March 2019 and has already made $2,500 in recurring revenue

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Idea: A podcasting app that recommends podcasts for you based on what you already like

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Idea: An on-demand service for people who want to make sure that their email has been read by the recipient

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Idea: A startup for small, local businesses to sell directly to consumers The startup says they already have earned $10,000 in revenue after only 5 months

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Idea: A tool to create Android apps from Excel spreadsheets

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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

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Idea: A platform for managing ad campaigns for small businesses, meant to compete with the likes of Facebook and Google The company says it already has a few enterprise customers

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Idea: A C2C marketplace for high-end travel, renting out hotel rooms, yachts, and other high-end travel experiences The startup has already managed to produce $20k in revenue per month after launching in June

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Idea: A startup that connects consumers with local, sustainable food products The startup says it’s already working with over 50 local food producers, and has customers in New York City, San Francisco, and Montreal

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Idea: A startup that helps companies hire remote employees in an age where “anyone can work from anywhere” The startup claims that it’s already raised $120,000 in revenue, charging $20,000 per month for its services

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Idea: A startup that wants to connect freelancers with large companies The company says it has a “sizable pipeline” of customers and has already signed up its first paying client, a “large financial services company”

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Idea: A “personalized” bot that helps customers order and track shipping from stores The team says they’ve already generated $50,000 in revenue so far

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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 startup that is building a SaaS/cloud solution for call center automation The company says it already has $200k in monthly recurring revenue and over 100 customers

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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.

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Idea: A platform that makes it easy for marketers to generate print-ready campaign collateral.

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Idea: A B2B product that helps doctors get paid faster by sharing their patient data with insurance companies. IntelliCare says it’s already working with 5 pilots and 2 paying customers.

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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 makes it easy for US consumers to buy Mexican avocados. The company is doing this by helping consumers order avocados online, then providing a service that ships the avocados to them from Mexico, taking care of taxes and other details. It’s already working with several large grocery chains, including Costco.

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Idea: A way to help businesses run more efficiently by helping them integrate their separate sales and marketing platforms into one. The software has been in the works for a year and will be ready to launch in late August.

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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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Idea: A B2B company that helps pull financial data from multiple sources and makes it available inside a CRM-style interface. The founders say they’ve already worked with a few dozen companies.

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Idea: A startup that helps people find and fill out the paperwork needed to set up a business in the US. The startup says it’s already connecting people to over 50 different service providers and it plans to extend its services to other countries.

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Idea: A toolkit for creating custom voice apps for companies and brands. The company says it’s already working with $20 billion worth of companies and it’s now trying to add more enterprise customers.

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Idea: A startup that helps agencies and consultants close deals with more confidence. The startup was founded in India, and is already seeing traction in that country.

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Idea: In the US, a startup that brings data from a person’s Fitbit or other fitness tracker into their doctor’s office. The system, called Bionode, is already used at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. They’re looking to branch out to other health providers as well.

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Idea: A startup that wants to help people who work from home manage the logistical and administrative side of it. The platform, which launched its beta in May, has already signed up hundreds of users.

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Idea: A startup that helps retail businesses create personalized images and videos for their products. The company’s CEO says that the startup’s technology has already been used to create over 3,000 videos, and the startup has generated $50,000 in revenue so far.

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Idea: This startup is building software that helps restaurants manage their employees’ schedules and payroll. It’s already working with 200 restaurants, and has raised $1.5 million in seed funding.

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Idea: A non-profit in Brazil that provides free financial planning to low-income families. The startup works with banks to offer credit to qualifying customers, and works with the family to create a plan for them to pay it back. They already work with 8 banks and offer credit to 300 families.

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Idea: This startup wants to be the Netflix of foreign TV shows and movies. As a B2B company, it’s already working with digital distributors like iTunes, Google Play, and others.

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Idea: A startup for organizing course reading materials, meant to help students read more.

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Idea: A way to make spreadsheets more fun to use by adding a layer of gamification.

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Idea: A startup that’s building an enterprise-grade business intelligence product that allows companies to better understand and track their customer data. The company says it’s already working

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

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Idea: A B2B startup that provides a tool for logistics companies to sync their backend systems like their ERP and supply chain management, and make their shipments more readable (for example, by adding barcodes)

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Idea: Rollup is building a cloud-based solution for authors to publish and sell interactive books. It allows authors to create games, quizzes, and other interactive elements that let readers take a deeper dive into the stories.

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Idea: Fake doesn’t want to be your go-to messaging app. The app is meant to make it more difficult for people to read your messages and for companies to

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Idea: A tool for salespeople to track and report on any company-related content they are publishing. The startup is trying to replace spreadsheets and other tools salespeople have been using to track their content.

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Idea: A startup helping businesses in emerging markets manage inventory and orders using a mobile app and a desktop dashboard. The founders say they’ve already signed more than 50 customers in the past month (and have been accepted to Y Combinator,) and that the business has been profitable since it launched at the end of May.

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This software company is building a platform for developers to use in building apps that can read and process information from multiple data sources, including Telegram.

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A startup that sells a monthly subscription to 4-6 books for people who want to read more but don’t have the time

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A startup for “on-demand” online tutoring They’ve already raised $1m in seed funding

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A startup that helps people who are in the process of going through a divorce or are already divorced

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