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A startup that promises to be able to show its customers how to save money by optimizing their home’s energy consumption.

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If you’re the kind of person who really doesn’t like to waste money, this startup is for you. The company is building a tool to keep track of your spending and show you where to use your money more wisely.

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A subscription streaming video service that’s aiming to be the Netflix of food shows, with a focus on the culinary arts. The company is currently in the business development stage.

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A way to show your customers how they can make money off of their data.

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The company’s name, “Anderm”, is a pun on the word “Android” and the word “Lime”, to show that it is a “Lime”.

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A startup that lets you take a selfie and choose where you want it to appear – like Facebook’s ‘Camera Effects’ – in an Instagram-like interface that’s meant to show you how you look, not what you look like. The company has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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A startup building an in-home showroom for buying, selling, and renting real estate. Starting at $5,000 up to $25,000, the company is currently operating in the Washington D.C. area.

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A company that wants to help companies find their best employees by showing them what they’re doing wrong and how they can fix it.

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The company is building a platform that will allow people to land on a page with a listing of homes for sale, to create a profile, and then receive a personalized email to show homes that match their preferences.

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A San Francisco-based company that wants to make it easy for people to take photos and videos of their food. The startup is focused on helping people create the perfect Instagram photos to show off what they’re cooking, eating, or buying.

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A way to create a personalized video that’ll show up on a flyer or in email

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The startup wants to show people the right stores in their area to buy virtual goods, like video games, virtual pets, and more.

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A startup that allows your smartphone to operate as a wearable device that can track your movements, showing you how much exercise you’re getting.

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A startup that sells phone cases where the back of the case can be customized to show a picture of your child

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A startup from a company called Popcorn Time, which allows users to stream free movies and TV shows. It's now a part of Netflix.

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 A tool that helps you search for and find your lost phone, on a map that shows it’s current location.

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A startup that wants to add interactive games to a TV broadcast of a big game, and bring sports fans to the game and keep them engaged for longer than the halftime show.

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A streaming TV app for college students that manages a library of TV shows.

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A startup that shows you which doctors are “healing well” and which ones are not.

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Building a platform for talent recruiters, which shows them exactly how much they should be paying for a new hire.

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A startup that is developing a platform that helps creative agencies, brands and agencies capture and broadcast videos with social media. The idea is to help brands showcase their work and have the material distributed through a variety of channels.

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A platform that lets users create an online resume to show people. When you want to get a job, it generates a “real” one for you.

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A tool to let people know when their favorite TV shows are on,

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A company that will allow you to stream your favorite TV show to any TV device in your house. The company is building a platform to stream video from any streaming platform to any device, including TVs, computers, game consoles, mobile phones, tablets, and anything else that can play video.

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A platform for people to sell their old belongings on Craigslist. The startup wants to take the pain out of selling your things while also guaranteeing that they’ll show up at your doorstep.

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This startup is selling a product that makes it easier to show off your pets on Instagram by allowing people to take photos of their pets with their phones. Users can then share those photos on Instagram.

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This app wants to help you find a good plumber for your house, and helps you book them before the job, so you’re not standing in the rain for three hours waiting for a plumber to show up.

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The startup wants to make it easier for people to customize their dog’s collar, so that they’ll show up on your phone, with special notifications, etc.

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A startup that sells a tool for creating videos that are designed to be shown on screens in public

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A platform that shows you the cheapest electricity rates in your area, saving you money.

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This startup wants to use its data to help people decide where to vacation, and where to live. It’s a bit like other startup like TripAdvisor — but it’s also a concierge service that wants to help show people the best places to vacation and live.

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 A tool for artists, record labels, and venues to find out how to better monetize their content, whether it’s a song, a TV show, or an event.

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A tool that can show you how your website will look on different devices and browsers.

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A platform that helps people find a good mechanic for their car. The startup is building a platform to allow people to rate mechanics and have the mechanics show up in the app. The startup has built an app for customers to rate mechanics, and is working on a “good mechanic” model for the mechanic to show up in the app so people can find the right mechanic when they need them.

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A search engine focused on finding the most relevant articles about a particular topic. The startup is building the search around data from more than 190 million sources across the web. It was recently featured on the HBO show Silicon Valley.

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A platform that allows users to find out what Netflix customers’ thoughts are about any movie or TV show.

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A community of users who are willing to pay $1 for a service in which they can stream movies and TV shows (about 1,000 movies and 2,500 hours of TV) using their mobile phones.

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A digital tattoo that is meant to be a proxy for software development. The tattoo can be worn by developers and shows things like code, project statuses, and more.

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A tool for developers to get track of what’s happening in their app, with a series of reports that show you how many users have opened your app, how many users have closed it, where those users are coming from, and how they’re using your app.

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A new way to search for your favorite podcasts, and a way to see when your favorite shows are coming out.

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A platform that lets companies and organizations create and manage a portfolio of video shows. The platform makes it easy for anyone to create a show and for it to be consumed, including viewers on mobile devices. The company is in seed funding, and planning to launch in Q4 2019

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A startup that helps real estate agents with "after-hours" showings The startup wants to grow into a managed marketplace that serves as a broker for all home services, from repairs to insurance

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$50 app that connects people with items they’re looking for (think Ikea showroom product search).

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A new tool for booking and promoting artists and live shows, currently in private beta.

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A startup that sells an “HDMI board” that sits on top of a television (or other display) and allows you to plug in a USB drive and use it to show content from a computer.

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A tool that helps you visually approximate the distribution of code within a project and can even show you how much time you’ve spent on each line of code.

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A startup that helps users keep track of potential dates by showing them who they’re most compatible with

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A C2C marketplace for buying and selling used furniture. There’s a big market for people looking to buy used furniture but no good way to find them. The startup’s website shows a few beautiful tables and chairs, but the bulk of the site features the items for sale.

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A platform for the entertainment industry to showcase talent, with a focus on both live events and social media stars. The company is looking to build out a 20,000-person network for talent.

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Inseego is building a tool to help people build and customize their own online shop, a platform to help builders show off their work. The company is working with several builders and has built a custom shop on Shopify for a client.

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A web app for uncovering the truth behind a video: what it shows, who is in it, and what’s being said. The app is free.

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A portfolio app for young entrepreneurs, giving them a place to showcase their work by way of a digital portfolio.

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A content marketing startup that wants to make customers more aware of their own credit card data. The company’s strategy is to make the customer’s credit card data more transparent by showing customers a breakdown of their expenses and a way to lower them.

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A tool that allows you to create a custom, color-coded portfolio, or “stack” of articles, products, etc. to show clients and investors.

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A startup that builds digital signboards that show up on Google Maps

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It’s a brand new concept in the world of advertising, using the “perks” of a travel-based credit card to show you ads you’d be interested in on a flight.

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As Seen On TV is a YouTube channel that reviews and shares videos from the shows that air on TLC, the Discovery Channel, and History Channel. It was founded in January 2015.

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A platform for recording live audio and video shows.

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A startup for tracking running mileage, showing a user’s progress in terms of distance run and time spent running. The startup is focused on the female market.

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A smartphone app that helps people take better notes and organize their knowledge about their favorite movies, TV shows, books, and more.

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With this startup, you can get a custom, one-of-a-kind shirt, crewneck sweater, or a onesie with your favorite movie character’s face on it. They want to build a brand for fans of a particular movie or TV show to wear with pride.

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A tool for real estate agents that allows them to schedule showings and view viewings in real time.

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A company aiming to bring the power of machine learning to networks with a visualization tool that can show how networks are connected.

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This is an app that helps fans book concert tickets. FanBridge helps match fans with the artists they want to see, then book tickets and credit cards for the show.

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A shower scene with voice and motion that turns the water off and on when you turn around.

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A startup that helps small businesses by organising and managing all their local events, from local meetups to trade shows.

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Allows users to create a “smarter” calendar, with a focus on things like highlighting “no shows”, removing “redundant” events, etc.

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This startup is building a platform to help companies find and vet talent. It’s based on “The Apprentice” format, where candidates are selected by a panel of experts and then compete in a series of challenges (e.g. an improv comedy show.)

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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 solution for businesses to track all their employees with a single dashboard, including social media data like likes and comments that can be filtered to show only in-house activity. The startup is aiming to make it easier to manage social media in-house.

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A free app that uses GPS to guide runners on their runs. The startup is building a way to get people from one place to another, by showing them what’s around obstacles on the way.

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This co-op is building a tool that lets workers “walk in” to any business, and plug in their device to show that it works.

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A startup that helps freelancers manage their time by creating a dashboard showing how much time they have to complete a project. It helps freelancers manage their time and act on time management tips they get from their favorite books.

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Esri has a mapping app for the shower.

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A startup that uses your location to show you the cheapest gas stations near where you are.

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A platform for books, movies, games, and TV shows to be sold online. They’re a startup of a publishing company, who are using it to build their digital catalog.

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This startup is building a platform that lets small businesses have a single point of entry into the finance system, with a dashboard that shows all their expenses and income.

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A platform for homeowners looking to sell their homes, allowing them to easily list their properties for sale and hire a virtual agent to show the property to interested buyers.

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A game show-style app that lets you experience NFL football as a fan in real-time.

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A platform that lets users receive a weekly email (or text message) that shows them how to use their phone.

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A startup that lets you create a marketing video from past client work and then showcase it to potential hires.

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Of course, that’s just a sampling. And some of these companies are still in the idea stage, so they might not turn into actual businesses. But this list shows that there’s a lot of revenue to be made building new tools for the online world. Now it’s up to entrepreneurs to decide what sorts of products to build.

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 A startup that helps exercise for runners by showing them the route from where they’re running to their destination.

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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.

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A platform that allows people to build and run their own podcasts, with the ability to have multiple shows on the platform.

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An iPad app that helps you find a matching style for your home and then shows a 3D model of your home in 360 degrees.

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A restaurant search engine that uses Rotten Tomatoes to show the best of the best.

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A startup that connects consumers with their favorite TV shows in a more intuitive way.

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A startup that lets users pay for their own ads on websites and social media. The startup is also announcing its first acquisition, a company called ad optimization engine Storefront that has developed a technology to show ads to people based on their demographic profile.

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The following startups were featured on the show as a part of the Airtime segment, but did not have a pitch session:

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A startup that helps users register for local events, including concerts, art shows, meetups, and sports games. The startup is growing quickly, with over 30,000 events registered in the past year.

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A startup that lets you upload your pictures and videos and arrange them in easy-to-use slideshows for your friends and family.

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A travel startup that has a mobile booking feature. The company also provides a mobile app that shows you flight prices before you book.

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Made for use by beauty brands, ByNu is a $10 per month subscription service that breaks down your email marketing and social media data into a visual dashboard that shows you which of your social media posts perform the best.

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A new iOS app for tickets that lets users to pre-order tickets to a show and pay for it using a credit card or reward points.

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One of the most common complaints about shopping carts is that it’s hard to compare prices. 3D Cart hopes to help with that by showing the prices from the retailer’s site directly on the cart page.

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A virtual reality headset that can show you a 3D map of your home when you’re on vacation.

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A mobile app that shows what other people are searching for, and lets users see what their friends are looking at.

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A shopping app that shows the best deals from the entire internet as a single, unified product.

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A tool to help people navigate an unfamiliar city in real time by overlaying maps to show their relative location on the map.

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A startup building a “smart” travel planner to show users how to get to their destination on time, and even help them navigate traffic.

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A startup that wants to show you how to easily find the cheapest prices on stuff you buy regularly.

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This is a way for people to show up at an event (like a conference) and automatically get access to the speaker’s slides and notes.

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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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A startup that helps companies find financing for trade shows, starting with the idea that the more you finance the show, the more you sell, and the more you sell, the more you can finance it.

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 an online showcase of emerging artists, curated by a curatorial team. The site showcases a rotating selection of the best of a given category of art, and promotes the artists on social media and in the press.

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A startup that launched in January that aims to add augmented reality to the world of dating. The startup plans to take things further than just showing potential dates using AR to hang out, and give users the ability to see what the one other person is seeing in the real world.

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A small wearable device that fits comfortably on your wrist. The company wants to build a health-tracking device that tracks your activity, sleep, and heart rate, and syncs with your phone to show you personalized stats.

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A startup that provides a service for people who are trying to sell their house: they make a video showing the good and bad things about the home and a website that showcases the house

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A startup that provides a service where you can hire someone to make a video for you to show your family and friends when you are stuck in a foreign country

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Idea: A startup that wants to connect travelers with locals The idea is to enable people to go on trips and connect with locals who can show them the top things to do in a given city

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Idea: Mobile App that shows students what colleges are like

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Idea: A startup that makes a camera that’s meant to be used for augmented reality, where it’s meant to allow you to take pictures of things that will show up in AR.

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Idea: A digital market for general contractors in the Philippines. The founders say they’re solving a problem of trust, where contractors have to be trusted to show up on time and do the work. They’re currently processing $40,000 in monthly revenue.

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The event featured the first TechCrunch XR (extended reality) Hackathon in which teams built VR and AR experiences using HTC Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Rift VR headset. The event also featured a Startup Alley in which the most promising startups from the 2019 program showcased themselves to investors, mentors and press.

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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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A new mobile payment system that makes it easy for users to pay with their phone at restaurants. Users can make purchases of up to $5 by simply showing a digital code to the cashier.

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A startup that provides a way for real estate agents to manage their leads and schedule showings.

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A startup that provides a platform to connect visitors with locals who can show them around a city

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Idea: A software solution for service businesses. In addition to helping workers get paid on time, it helps businesses get paid on time by tracking invoices and showing clients how close they are to paying off their balance.

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