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An online platform that asks you to rate products and services before you buy them, allowing you to compare them on the same scale as Amazon or Consumer Reports.

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A startup that helps you learn to code by making you build a simple tool that you eventually turn into a real product. The startup’s co-founder saw a need for the same kind of bootcamps in the area, and created the site to fill it.

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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 company that wants to take stock trading to the next level with an AI-powered app that can trade stocks with the same confidence and speed as a human.

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A tool to help people find out which of their friends are on the same flight as them.

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Fetch is a platform for food delivery. Unlike Grubhub, Fetch offers more than just food delivery. The startup is using the same data it collects on its deliveries to help restaurants build better menus and make food-ordering easier.

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A startup that helps employees stay on the same page and align their goals with their employers.

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If you’ve been to a restaurant in the United States, chances are you’ve left a tip. But what happens to that tip What if that tip was shared with the next person who dined at the same restaurant Farbric’s app cuts out the middleman, allowing the restaurant to keep more of that cash.

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A company focused on doing the same thing as Freshbooks, but for freelancers.

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A startup that helps people find a reliable plumber or other fix-it guy on the same day they need him

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The company wants to build an offline-first collaborative editing platform for video production that would allow editors to work in a room with multiple screens, and for multiple editors to work on the same piece of footage simultaneously.

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Provenance is a food tracking app, that has been billed as a startup that’s trying to get food to the same level of transparency as it has in other industries like banking or ride sharing. It’s a bit like the app Just Eat, but for food.

98

When you want to buy a new coat, you order it from a store. When you want to buy a new car, you do the same, and your credit card company gets in touch with you. When you want to buy a new smartphone, you have to go through the same process. It’s a bit of a hassle, and it costs a lot of money.

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A travel concierge platform that serves travelers who want to visit the same places. It is designed to connect travelers with similar interests and save money by helping them make a booking at the same time.

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A startup that helps people buy and sell things locally through the app. Pricy is hoping to compete with services like Carousell and OLX, which have been operating in the same niche for years.

96

A startup that allows you to hire a dog walker for the same price as a cup of coffee.

95

A company that helps match people who have the same taste, background, and interests to make it easier to find collaborators, whether it’s for a band or a new home.

94

A company that helps its customers build their own hardware. Once they have the specs for the product, they can create a 3D design, and get it printed at Shapeways at a fraction of the cost of other companies that do the same thing.

93

An online video platform that helps people make videos that are all about content. It’s easier to use than YouTube, but has the same content quality.

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Hoping to use the same playbook as the coffee industry to grow their subscriptions to their platform, Hopin.

92

A startup that wants to make hotels a little more like Facebook, where you can see what friends are staying at the same hotel.

92

A delivery app that lets couriers send beer and wine deliveries to people’s homes for the same cost as ordering a pizza.

90

The team behind this startup wants to help you connect with people you know, but only if they’re in the same city.

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Ability to locate and talk to friends and family who are in the same place as you. The startup is building functionality to make phone and messaging more like texting, with the ability to send and receive emojis, stickers, and photos.

89

It’s a company that offers a way for people to buy and sell used parts, like alternators, spark plugs, or fuel pumps, using the same FBA business model that Amazon uses to sell used items.

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This app lets users shop at top retailers with their phone camera. The app allows you to scan a barcode and then shop on the same day. The app works with 25 major retailers like Sephora, Amazon, and Bloomingdale's to manage loyalty and reward programs.

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A company that brings together a community of people with the same interests. Its main community is focused on cooking, but it also had an early-stage fitness community.

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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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A system for monitoring and optimizing multiple servers at the same time. The startup hopes to help companies manage their data centers.

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This is a “shortcut” to provide the same results as a traditional HR process, by using phone interviews, instant messaging, and video interview feedback to automate the hiring process.

85

A platform that provides the ability to create a macro in a user’s email, so you can create a series of emails with the same message but tailored to different recipients.

85

A startup that’s building a way to make it easy for existing credit card users to get the same rewards as users of new cards.

85

With the help of a $500,000 grant from the New York City Economic Development Corporation the company is building an app that lets companies share the same schedule in one place, regardless of whether they’re centralized or distributed.

84

A social network for the furry community, owned by the same company as Fur Affinity.

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A startup that uses an IoT platform to automatically manage the delivery of goods in the same way that Amazon and Uber do. Founded in early 2019, they’re currently in talks with logistics companies in the US, Canada and Mexico.

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A startup that helps people manage their social media presence, making sure they aren’t posting the same content too often.

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A mobile app that uses facial recognition to help detect fraudulent transactions. A startup from the same company as Centram.

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A startup that connects members of the same professional network. It’s currently free, but the company says they’re working on a paid model

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A company that wants to make self-driving cars into a commodity product. They want to offer the same experience to driverless cars that people use in cars today.

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A company that wants to connect businesses to each other that are in the same industry, allowing them to “push” deals to each other.

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 A social network for creatives and photographers, where users can discover, follow, and search for work by the same criteria.

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A company that manufactures and distributes high-end headphones, digital cameras, and other electronics. The startup is focusing on the “high-end” market by offering higher quality products priced at the same range as its competitors.

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A startup that wants to help small businesses make use of the time they spend in the kitchen. It’s a way of connecting people with other people who cook at the same level as them, and a way to help them learn from each other.

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A product that allows you to draw on your smartphone so you can communicate with your friends in the same format as you do on the computer.

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A food delivery app that uses the same home delivery process as Uber Eats and Instacart, but for restaurants. It’s currently in the beginning of a round led by a VC firm that recently invested in Zume Pizza.

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A startup that sells a tool for customers to book travel for themselves and their friends at the same time, and to help them understand the cost of what they’re booking. The startup has built a system that allows them to share the itinerary with friends, and helps them navigate and understand the cost of their own travel.

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"We are a group of experienced marketers and developers who believe in building companies that are powered by users and not investors. We want to move from a world of transactional businesses to ones that are built on relationships. Our mission is to build a platform that allows people to create and share their own content in the same way that they share links or photos on Facebook."

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Disrupting the $1.6 trillion global student loan market as we know it. According to the company, there are currently more than 200,000 different student loans, but very few of them are offered by the same company.

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A software platform that helps buyers get quotes for their homes from multiple companies in the same day, while also giving the seller a price for what they can get for the home and how quickly they can close.

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A startup that intends to help people in rural areas get the same level of internet access that they would in an urban setting.

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A dating app that serves to connect people with the same interests through a private group. It is a spinoff of the successful PopSurvey, which was acquired by LinkedIn

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An online service that allows customers to order the same dish from thousands of restaurants.

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A project management platform: “Many small businesses are managing their projects themselves,” said CEO Ben. “We want to help them have access to the same data and value proposition that large companies have.”

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A software company that helps IoT devices connect to the internet. The company initially grew out of a maker of the exact same products with a smaller market, and it wants to grow into the larger IoT market.

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Social networking for farmers. Farmline’s pitch is that as farmers grow and share more info about their crops, they’ll be able to reap more benefits from the same share.

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A startup that wants to make sure that every part of your company is on the same page.

67

A payments startup that helps merchants accept all major credit cards by charging them the same price. PayMill charges the merchant a flat 2.5% fee for every credit card transaction.

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A digital network that connects American businesses and consumers with the same spending habits.

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Firms can collect data on their customers and then have that data sent to the cloud and analyzed for insights. The company currently has the same set-up as a consulting firm before being purchased by a larger firm.

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A tiered plan for teams of developers to work together on the same projects, with a free tier that has limited features and a $10 per month plan that has access to all features.

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We've had plenty of success with travel apps that make it easier to find flights and hotels. Now with Spring, we're doing the same for car rental.

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A desktop-based email client for journalists, connecting to their Gmail accounts, and using the same tools as their editors.

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A digital currency for travel, based on the same principles as Bitcoin.

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A startup that offers a mobile app that can be used to recruit and manage talent in the same way that LinkedIn, Glassdoor and Indeed do today.

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A collaboration platform for teams to work on the same code at the same time, without worrying about affecting each other's changes.

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The startup has built an app that uses the same camera and lighting effects found in Hollywood movies to make a video look like it was shot by a camera crew. The startup aims to make it easier for filmmakers to add these effects to their own footage.

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A startup that wants to help you manage your social media accounts with the goal of making it easy to run the same account across multiple devices.

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This startup is building an “app store for white-label content marketing” for companies. It’s called “branded content” and has a lot of the same features as Pinterest’s official app store.

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A digital wallet that allows merchants to accept a variety of digital payments with the same phone-based experience.

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

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This startup in the area of healthcare is building a platform to allow patients to make appointments with other patients with the same medical condition. It also takes lower-cost medical tests and puts them in an online marketplace for patients to decide which tests they want.

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This startup is building a closed social network for people who are physically or emotionally unable to socialize with others in the same way as most of the world. The idea is that they’ll want to be part of a social network, but they can’t be fully active because of a physical or emotional impairment.

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A platform for event planning, created by the same team that built Eventbrite

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A company that helps small businesses gather data about their customers, and is now expanding to help retailers do the same. The company’s founding team previously worked at Google Analytics.

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The company’s product is the same thing as the company itself — a platform for "instant" test-driven development. They’ve raised $25 million in funding to date.

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This startup’s goal is to help hotels and other hospitality businesses save money by using the same technology that powers self-driving cars to know where their employees are, and be able to send them on a break.

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This app helps employers and candidates find each other in a process known as telecommuting. It uses the same technology that’s used to find talent at LinkedIn.

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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.

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A tool for helping people find their next career move, which is focused on helping employees change jobs within the same company.

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A company that wants to help people store medical records. Medtronic shares the same vision, but has been unable to land deals with hospitals and doctors. Medtronic has raised $1.7 million in funding from investors including GE Ventures and the National Academy of Medicine.

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This company is building a platform to give people the ability to make money by buying and reselling items on the same day they are listed for sale.

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A utility that allows you to control your home appliances remotely and with an app. The company wants to use the same tech to let you control your car like you do your computer, so you can remotely lock and unlock your car (like BMW’s ConnectedDrive feature) or even get notifications when it’s being driven.

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A startup that wants to create a universal code of conduct for employees, so that companies can be sure they’re following the same rules for everyone.

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

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A vertical website that allows people to write about their experiences with different products and services. It was built by the founders of HackerYou, a startup that helped people connect with each other and build software in the same way Facebook and other social networks did.

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An on-demand on-demand surgery service. Patients go to a hospital, get a procedure done, and go home the same day. The company is still bootstrapped, but has been working with both the UK government and the NHS.

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A platform that allows users to buy and sell gift cards to other users, using the same system that goes into buying Spotify or Netflix gift cards.

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A cloud-based platform that allows retailers to create a “bundle” of products that are available for the same price as a single product, offering better margins for buyers on multiple products.

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A piece of software that helps brands and publishers buy ads that will be shown to people who are at the same exact location as the person watching the ad.

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A startup for bands to put out their music for sale without the hassle of a label. The company is based out of Philadelphia, and is backed by the founders of the label of the same name.

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A tool that helps programmers craft their apps and websites faster. It’s built as a collaboration tool that allows developers to work on the same app idea at the same time.

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A sassy, sarcastic assistant that works on mobile. The startup’s founder, after building a small app for the same purpose, decided to build a full-fledged assistant, which works on mobile.

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A decentralized marketplace for web pages, where people can buy and sell ads. The startup offers buying and selling ads for web pages the same way that people sell and buy ads on Facebook.

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This startup makes the most of the fact that employers like to have their employees on the same location. It connects employees with other employees in a private chat room, where they can discuss work and ask questions. It’s a more efficient use of time for employers who don’t want their employees talking to each other.

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A company that is creating a new kind of wireless charger, which takes the form of a lamp with a cable that plugs into the wall and then into the charging device. The lamp can then charge multiple devices at the same time, and with the lights off the lamp can also act as a nightstand.

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This is a tool that helps journalists and reporters publish their work on Medium. It’s meant to help journalists write the same stories over and over again.

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A social network for antique collectors and dealers. It helps users find and buy and sell antiques, matching them with people who have the same taste.

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A digital payments application for small businesses that replaces a bank account, credit card, and direct debit. The B2B business uses the same technology that allows a company to charge purchases to a credit card.

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 A live-streaming app for the same kinds of things that Livestream does, except for video and the focus is on live events such as concerts and conferences.

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An API for connecting different devices to the same remote control.

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A company that wants to make the online shopping experience better for people with disabilities. The company is a spinoff of a company that provides the same services for pets.

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A grocery delivery business in the UK. Postmates offers services like same-day grocery delivery, which is especially useful to people living in urban environments where it’s hard to get to grocery stores.

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A startup that works with real estate agents to help them become property managers. The company is growing quickly in the US, and aims to do the same in India.

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A grocery delivery service that’s part of the Amazon Fresh network. Dash delivers groceries to customers’ homes with the promise of same- or next-day delivery.

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A startup that wants to help companies find qualified freelancers to help with projects, much the same way that Upwork does.

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A free and open-source tool to help marketers create the same kind of email campaigns that we can create in AdWords, but with less of a hassle and less cost.

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A startup that’s working to bring mobile-first design to the web. The company’s founder says that on desktop, responsive websites are too complex and hard to work with. On mobile, the opposite is true: sites are too simple and often hard to use. Sway is working to change that with a product that uses all the same features on mobile as it does on desktop.

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A startup building software to help companies in the US become more energy efficient. The company’s technology is aimed at helping buildings achieve the same level of energy efficiency as a home, but can scale to large commercial or industrial buildings.

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A startup that wants to give people the same ability to browse and shop for food that they have in the US. It’s designed specifically for Indian consumers who don’t have a bank account.

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A startup that lets you easily communicate with other people. It allows users to easily share their location or message other people on the same journey, and lets them easily save that data for future use.

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A startup that aims to be the "Uber of dog walks." The company plans to use the same GPS technology that powers Uber rides for a service that will be more convenient for pet owners.

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A lightweight, mobile app that allows you to work with the same notes across your phone and desktop, allowing you to sync them all to your Google Drive account.

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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.

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A platform that helps groups of people share information about the same thing, like an event, like a protest, like a job opportunity.

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The company wants to do the same thing that Groupon did for local deals, except for flights.

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

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A dating app focused on people who want to date people with the same lifestyle as them, but don’t want to date someone who’s too far out of their comfort zone.

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Women in the US are being paid less than men for the same work, but the Equal Pay Pledge aims to change that. The startup is building a tracking platform to show how much companies are paying their employees. Currently it has over 1,000 organizations signed up to report their numbers.

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A platform for D2C transactions that lets users set up payment and delivery on the same platform. The company claims that, because it includes both sides of the transaction, it’s easier for the companies to manage.

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A social network for people who work from home, allowing them to meet other people who have the same arrangement, and find a community for a sense of belonging.

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A platform that acts as a social network for people to organize and attend events in real life, in the same way Snapchat does for people in their digital social network.

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A chatbot platform that helps restaurants manage the back of their house. It’s built on top of the same language processing technology that Facebook uses to turn user chat messages into ads.

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A mobile app that uses the same technology as Uber to get you a taxi.

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A Slack-style team chat app for small teams working together in the same office.

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A $15,000 tool to help people purchase and sell their cars, alongside their current vehicles, and get the most money for both. The founders of this startup say that people are willing to spend up to $80,000 to get a new car, but are not willing to spend the same amount on their current ones.

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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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In the same vein, this company is building an API that will help developers integrate their platforms with other financial services.

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A game of strategy that’s similar to the popular board game of the same name, but with all of the complex rules of video games. Players will compete to collect the most points by trading, farming, and battling each other.

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A platform that connects people with big dreams with the capital to make them come true. It’s an investment platform, and a crowdfunding site at the same time.

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P2P insurance for small businesses, which claims to be able to get the same coverage at lower rates than insurance provided by large companies. The startup plans to provide coverage to half a million businesses in its first three years.

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The startup, which has raised $10 million, is building a way to make it easier to get the healthcare data you need from your medical records, and is also building a way to make a living by helping others get that same data.

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A live performance app that lets people stream their performances. A new app called LiveStream lets users stream live video online for free. LiveStream is free to use with up to five people in the same room, available in 24 languages, and it has 10,000 users.

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A new kind of credit card that people use to pay for things, rather than just for rewards. FollowMyMoney is a full-service card, which includes a payment platform. It’s not a Visa card, but it’s meant to offer the same type of flexibility and rewards.

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A social/digital platform that helps people find and book appointments with their favorite physicians that use the same medical software.

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A startup that helps women find a night out with other women at the same price as men.

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A digital platform and marketplace for buying and selling used cars, that aims to offer the same experience as buying a used car from a dealer.

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Similar to the idea of saving money on your electric bill, but for water. This service connects people who live in the same building and have the same water account in the same city.

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A startup that wants to make it easier for business owners to use the same tools to run their business online as they do in the physical world. For example, users can use a smartphone camera to scan a QR code on a package and automatically get the package’s tracking info.

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A new Uber-like platform for on-demand delivery. The company plans to use the same technology that powers the on-demand delivery app to streamline the process of getting food delivered to your home.

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A digital agency that helps companies like Facebook, Google and Apple with communications needs in China. They launched around the same time as startups like Bird and Paper City.

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A startup that lets you create a custom, branded, and optimized mobile application using the same platform that’s used by Apple, Google, and Microsoft.

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 A startup aiming to compete with Uber drivers by letting the public order rides the same way they order food.

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A startup that helps brands create their own mobile app using a service that lets them create apps for iOS, Android, and web platforms. It works with a variety of clients, including Sesame Street and the New York City Transit Authority.

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A process that makes it easier to ship and track packages, for both consumers and businesses. They aim to use the same technology that's in most FedEx and UPS sorting centers to create a more streamlined process for businesses and delivery agencies.

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A startup that helps restaurant chains create loyalty program. The company’s founders want to use the same tech that powers the loyalty program at Expedia to help businesses like Chipotle and Panera create their own.

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A travel platform that lets users book hotel rooms from the same app they use to book flights.

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A tool that lets people create “standard contracts”, which require the same information from parties. This way, people don’t have to go back and forth with different versions of contract language.

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Allows users to send an eBay-style message (“buy it now”) to other users who are already selling the same item.

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A platform for selling books in the Philippines, in the same way that Amazon does for books in the US. The startup’s investors include Facebook’s David Marcus, CEO of Coinbase Brian Armstrong, and the co-founder of LinkedIn, Reid Hoffman.

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A tool that allows anyone in the world to spend time in the United States in the same way they do in their home country. This startup wants to make it easy for people to live in the US temporarily, which they say would create about 15 million jobs.

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A search engine that finds doctors and other professionals by matching them with individuals who are looking for the same thing.

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A design and development studio that says it’s “a team of designers, engineers and startups” that helps “build and manage large scale web apps”. It’s interesting to see a startup that’s taking on the very same tasks that larger companies have historically outsourced to larger consulting firms like Accenture or PwC.

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The startup wants to make it easier for small businesses to receive financing. It’s a mobile lending platform, using the same algorithms as big banks, but with lower interest rates and higher standards for creditworthiness.

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A ‘smart’ dog collar that monitors your dog’s vital signs remotely. It has built-in sensors for walking, running, walking backwards, walking on a treadmill, walking in the rain, walking up hills, walking down hills, walking indoors, walking under water, walking into the street, walking into the pool, walking into the lake, walking into the ocean, walking into the lake, walking into the pool, walking backwards, walking inside, walking backwards, walking indoors, walking backwards, walking backwards. Also has a voice recognition system, so you can talk to your dog at the same time.

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A startup that aims to provide the same service to any product, rather than just electronics.

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This startup wants to give companies a way to integrate data from all their disparate systems, even if they’re not built on the same platform. Their service, called GoodData, is meant to make it easier for companies to manage data across different systems.

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Online training platform that builds on the idea that many different companies and organizations would like to train their employees and customers on the same topic and that it is difficult and expensive to purchase and maintain all these training materials. The company creates a marketplace of these courses and delivers them to people, allowing them to take the training on-the-go.

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A “health arm” for companies. The company has the potential to help employers pool information about their employees and their health in the same way that LinkedIn does for companies and their employees. The startup’s medical director has been working with insurance companies to build out a platform that would work similarly to the one for employers.

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An online marketplace for repairs, with a mobile app. The startup aims to help small businesses get quick and easy access to repairs, with a promise to deliver same day service.

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A food delivery service that’s also a delivery marketplace. It’s looking to do the same things that TaskRabbit does, but for food.

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A mobile chat platform that lets you video chat with your friends. It actually built a mobile chat platform the same way it built the messaging platform, with no outside funding. It’s now in private beta after launching in December.

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This startup is working on a platform that connects customers to products that perform the same functions as their products. The company wants to provide a new way for brands to find customers and customers to find products.

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A payment system for your subscription to a streaming service. They charge the same amount every month but are reimbursed for specific services based on how much content you watch.

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A web-based platform for managing a fleet of self-driving vehicles, integrating with all the major systems including Waymo, Uber, and Tesla. The startup’s platform is built on the open source OBD2 standard and uses the same kinds of sensors as Tesla's Autopilot.

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A dating app that matches you with people who work at the same company you do. The startup is focused on the software side of the company, and partnering with companies already located in the app’s target cities.

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A platform for restaurants to order and pay for delivery from their mobile apps, and later take those same orders through their restaurants’ existing POS system.

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In the same vein as OwnPeep, this startup aims to allow you to share your furniture browsing history with friends and family members so they can help you find the perfect furniture for your home.

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A “human-powered” platform that connects users with other people in their niche-of-interest. The idea is that each user has an “agent” who will help them find other people in the same area or have similar interests.

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A matchmaking website that matches people up based on their shared interest in the same topics

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A tool that tracks and compares the different ways that people take pictures of the same thing and then tags them to create a timeline.

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A startup that allows users to “communicate verbally” with employees in other countries, offering a way to have a phone call with a colleague, even if they’re not in the same office.

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A video series of side-by-side comparisons of the same products or websites to highlight the differences.

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Builds platforms for doctors to take care of patients. One is a mobile app for patients to use to get medical advice. The company is doing the same for dentists.

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A company that helps hoteliers manage their housekeepers, in much the same way that Netflix manages its streaming content.

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A software company with a product called Ask, which is a platform that helps you connect with others who are in the same position you are.

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A startup that wants to replace the static, static-y nature of HTML with a dynamic, collaborative interface that allows you to write web pages with a visual dynamic editor that also enables you to work collaboratively with others. The startup is using the same tech they’re using to build the editor to create a mobile app that’s also dynamic and collaborative.

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A startup that makes a tool to help people with visual impairments view and manipulate digital content, by creating a 3D representation of images and text. The goal of the startup is to give the blind access to the same content that is available to sighted people.

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A startup that provides a service where people can get a hotel room for the same price as a hostel if they stay in

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Idea: Our solution is a device for the living room that uses machine learning to capture the attention of kids and young adults, while at the same time, it also monitors and protects them The device allows parents to stream media to the TV, including YouTube and Netflix, while also monitoring TV time and detecting any inappropriate content

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Idea: Previously, the company was raising money under the name Tender, which would have been a food delivery service that employed the same “crowd delivery” model as Munchery or Peach Now, the company is simply called Tender, and will be an online marketplace for farmers

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Idea: A Google for the developing world — a voice-controlled search tool that provides all the same functionality as Google, but in a way that works for people who

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Idea: A startup that wants to bring the same kind of advertising tools that have become standard for desktop to mobile, and allow marketers to bid and test ads in real time

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Idea: A startup that is a marketplace for wearable companies to hire the same freelance engineers to build apps for their products

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Idea: A co-working startup for remote workers who want to work together and work in the same place. The company has over 100 members who pay $300/month for access to their

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Idea: A platform for video collaboration, for example to make a video call with a bunch of people at the same time, along with a tool for editing the video together.

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Idea: The startup is building a tool that automatically writes a person’s will and will updates, letting you track wills from multiple users in the same account. It’s built on top of a free service that lets you write a will once and store it with them. They’re aiming to replace legal representatives with their software, while still giving users the option to use a lawyer.

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