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A platform for remote workers, offering all the perks of a traditional office, including lounge space and good coffee, and many more.

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A startup that offers a platform for bringing the Internet of Things into physical spaces, such as homes and offices. The startup uses a physical router to overlay the Internet of Things onto a physical network.

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An AI startup in the healthcare space, focused on building tools that help doctors and researchers better use the data that’s already out there.

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Business software for the home that allows homeowners to manage their utilities. The company’s founders say they’re targeting the $80 billion home and building automation space.

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A startup that allows people to build their own virtual reality spaces, with custom lighting, sounds, and music.

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A maker space for startups that helps teach users how to do 3D printing, with an initial focus on 3D printing in the oil and gas industry.

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A company that provides a way for users to connect their Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, and bring together their social networks into one space.

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A San Francisco-based startup in the education marketplace space that wants to help lower-income students afford higher education. The startup tells me it’s had over $200,000 in investments, has more than 10,000 students, and has been used by more than 3,000 colleges and universities.

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A platform for companies to rent out unused office space when they don’t need it, for instance during a conference.

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Teamwork makes the corporate office a coworking space, allowing employees to work together from home.

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Headspace is an app that helps you learn how to meditate.

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A space for data scientists to collaborate together, with the goal of providing cloud-based platforms for data scientists to share the analysis they’re doing.

85

A design space for Italian designers, fitting their aesthetic and culture into a marketplace that will be a global one.

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A startup connecting businesses with people looking to rent/share their space, in the form of a Craigslist-like website.

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A platform that allows mobile phones to be used as keys to access secure physical spaces and buildings.

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A company that helps people fulfill sustainability goals by helping them save money and time on their purchases. There’s a lot of buzz in the sustainability space about the idea that the more sustainable you are, the more money you save.

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An online platform to help people find and pay for parking in their area. It’s one of the first app-only parking companies in the space that’s grown to 1,500 employees after raising $200M from investors.

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A startup that aims to be a “database for the commodities space”, helping companies like Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba connect with supply chain partners and suppliers to get better data insights.

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A small, locally-owned business in the Twin Cities that sells and rents space to small nonprofits and non-profits.

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According to a report by TechCrunch, the San Francisco based coworking space, WeWork, is looking to raise another round of investments at a valuation of $8 billion. WeWork has been growing rapidly, and has been a major success in the US. However, the multi-billion-dollar valuation has not been met by the pace of growth, and many question how sustainable it will be.

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A tool to help co-working spaces find land to build on, while helping them assess the value of that land.

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Co-Working startup that rents office space to startups so they don’t have to share a space.

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A startup that helps companies rent out their unused space, so that they can get paid for it.

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A startup that helps people who live in tiny homes learn how to be more efficient with their space

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A restaurant-like space in a building that lets local entrepreneurs run a curated collection of food businesses — a quick-service restaurant, a coffee shop, an ice cream parlor, a bakery, etc. — in a single location. The space also offers shared office space and has a private chef who can cook for customers.

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A platform for shared office space

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This startup wants to help retailers with the design and engineering of their retail spaces, looking to automate interior design and other parts of shopping experience through easy-to-use software.

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The startup is trying to bring the benefits of a traditional shared workspace to remote workers. The startup is building a system that allows users to take part in many different workspaces, and then get the space where they work.

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Indian startup that focuses on the HR space.

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A parking app that matches drivers with parking spaces based on availability, demand, and proximity to events. In this case, it’s a pop-up that shows up in the app when there’s a space available, whether that be in a lot or garage.

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A startup that makes it easier for people to work from a co-working space

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A tool to help people use their spare screen space for apps, instead of always having to share with a partner or family member.

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"The Future of Space" is a VR experience that encourages people to become astronauts.

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A weather app that shows the color-coded forecast for the next 2, 3, or 4 days for your city, added to your iPhone’s weather app. This startup is in the space currently, but differs in that it recently launched as a standalone iOS app.

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A space for freelancers and independent workers to co-locate, share tools, and collaborate.

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Idea:This is a startup that’s building a Slack app that allows users to collaborate on the design of their physical spaces. The startup has close to 50 employees in the United States and Australia, with plans to expand to the UK and other European countries.

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Another startup looking to challenge the status quo of the food delivery space. Olo wants to deliver a food service experience with a focus on healthy eating and delivery. It’s currently focused on New York City.

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Handy is a startup that wants to take on Taskrabbit in the mobile cleaning space, bringing a cleaner to your house for a flat rate to do jobs like laundry, building, and moving.

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A new kind of social networking platform that gives users their own personal “safe space” within the network. The site is focused on being a safe place for people to express themselves, and is designed to be a safe space for people of all types, but especially for those who are marginalized.

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Social enterprise that provides a space for women to share their stories.

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A suburban hacker space, the Haus will provide low-cost hack and maker spaces for people to build “things”. The business, which is also an answer to the trend of “maker spaces” in cities like San Francisco and New York, is built around a single shared space, where members can come to build and learn.

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“WeWork is a glamorous space. It’s a five-star hotel, it’s more like a five-star mall, it’s a five-star resort — it’s like a nightclub. It’s like a ‘cool’ mall. But it’s really just an address,” said David Graeber, anthropology professor at London School of Economics and author of “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” in an interview with “PBS NewsHour”.

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A real estate startup in New York City that’s looking to help people and companies find a space in the city. They’re focused on the New York City market.

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A blockchain-based, peer-to-peer platform allowing people to rent apartments and rooms in unused retail space to travelers in need as a means of earning extra income and paying for rent.

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A new app that helps drivers find nearby parking spaces, navigate parking garages, and pay for their parking through their phone.

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A “new, modern approach to commerce” that aims to serve the needs of B2B companies by giving them a single, unified interface to manage all their sales and marketing. They’re focused on helping B2B companies improve their sales and marketing, and currently have clients in the financial services space.

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A startup that’s building a network of shared work spaces throughout the country.

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A startup that combines the forms of a dating app, matchmakers, and a freelance marketplace. Like others in the space, Zoosk wants to make it easier for people to find jobs, but unlike others it’s only for women.

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A payroll processing startup that aims to be less expensive than others in the space.

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The startup is developing a personalized learning platform that connects students with academic experts, helping them identify their strengths and weaknesses and to improve their grades. In a space that typically focuses on grades, the startup is looking to provide a holistic approach to learning.

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A bug detector that scans for malware, like a virus, and blocks it out before it affects a computer. The company says it is meant to be used alongside antivirus tools to “protect your digital space” and is efficient because it operates at the lowest levels of the operating system.

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The company provides a virtual shared workspace that runs on Slack, allowing people to remotely collaborate on projects.

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A coworking space, aimed at startups, but could be used by any small business.

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A digital marketplace for office space. The startup is a spin-off of co-founder Aditya Kripalani’s previous startup, which is also focused on office space.

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A startup that lets users check into a space on Facebook, Twitter, or Foursquare to see photos and reviews of the space, and view events happening there.

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The startup is looking to create a new type of workplace that features coworking spaces, shared workspace, and on-demand services.

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A coworking space that offers amenities like yoga, a well-stocked pantry, and games.

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Founders: Marta, Ryan. The two want to build a tech hub for the Latin American startup community. They want to give startups discounted office space, mentorship, and access to capital.

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A startup that makes it easier for people to search for events. They have over 50,000 active events listed on their site, and are focusing on events in the B2B space.

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A “worker-owned cooperative” that will put a new spin on the working world, pairing freelancers and clients with each other to help them co-create a working space, and to help members through a “micro-retirement” plan.

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A startup to help organizations create employee-friendly spaces.

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A software provider for the business and legal services space, supporting compliance and investigations. The startup uses artificial intelligence to help firms find and investigate misconduct, and has raised $1.7 million.

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A startup that provides a service where you can hire someone to do grocery shopping for you but the twist is that they will only buy one of everything so you don’t have to worry about extra stuff taking up space in your fridge

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 This company is building a web-based tool for teams to use for managing their tasks. The app can be installed on any browser and the company says it’s seeing traction in the enterprise space.

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A startup that specializes in data mining, targeting the B2B space. The company aims to help companies reduce time spent on data analysis and create models that can predict the lifespan of their assets.

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A startup that connects business owners with moms who want to use their space for parties. The startup, which launched in June, is working with over 20 local businesses to help owners find moms to host dinner, bake sales, lunch meetings, and much more.

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

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A tool for cleaning and organizing deprecated connections from a Slack workspace.

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The company’s founders have raised over $400,000 in funding to date, making it one of the fastest-growing startups in the space.

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A company that makes tools for the non-profit and humanitarian space. It recently raised $1.5 million in seed funding.

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A platform that helps people migrate their sites from Tumblr to Squarespace.

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This startup is building a space heater with an app users can control remotely.

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A community of people who want to live in space, and want to live in space for at least $200,000. They want to live in space because they think it’s a better place to live than Earth. They want to live in space because they think it will be cheaper than if they were to live on Earth. And they want to live in space because they think it will be safer than if they were to live in Earth.

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A startup for short-term rentals of commercial space. The company is currently working with a number of US cities and is in talks with several others.

65

Businesses in the mobile payments space have often struggled with security. Called SIV, it uses AI to make payments on a consumer’s behalf with a single tap.

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A tool for tracking and managing travel expenses. They’re targeting the B2B space, where travel expenses can get expensive and difficult to track.

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A new take on digital advertising that seeks to take over the desktop space. The founders say it’s the first product that can put advertising on every desktop screen. It’s also intended to be a “frictionless” experience for users, removing the need to navigate multiple ad networks or pay for ads.

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The startup operates a women’s-only workspace that allows female entrepreneurs to connect and build new ideas.

63

A coworking space that hosts entrepreneurs for meetings. They are hosting a series of events and are looking for members.

62

A company that wants to build a “blockchain for the real world”, allowing users to build things on Ethereum based on real-world things like physical spaces.

62

A platform for selling advertising through instant video. The startup wants to build a video site that allows brands to sell ad space through auto-pilot videos.

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A “virtual office” for remote employees, offering a virtual workspace, meeting space, and project management solution.

60

A platform that lets you book private booths in public spaces.

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 A startup that provides the user with a virtual office space while away from his or her regular office.

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 App that helps teachers find and collaborate on common content. The company’s technology works with Google Docs to organize a shared content space and show when content has changed. The product serves over 2,000 schools.

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A startup that collects data about office space and lets landlords and tenants decide if both would be a good fit.

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A startup for providing storage space to people who need extra space, with monthly fees starting at $30 — and no hourly fees.

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A space-saving, eco-friendly, solar-powered tent that's built with bamboo and recycled plastic. It's also waterproof, and when the time comes to move, it folds up into a waterproof bag, taking up less space than a cooler while still providing a dry, protected space for outdoor camping.

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A group of former AOL employees are building a new kind of digital product, in a new kind of space. Their goal is to build a product that’s creative, inspiring, and that has a social component — a way for people to share their work with their friends and followers.

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 A startup focusing on retail space management, with specific knowledge of the restaurant industry. They want to build a system that can help restaurants to manage their space and inventory more efficiently.

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 The coworking space is part of a larger effort to help women get into technology, either by connecting them to mentors or allowing them to work at an office without the need for a co-founder.

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An employee-owned co-living space in the heart of New York City in which residents can rent private rooms for $1,000 a month with monthly fees of $200.

53

This startup is building a platform for model makers, aiming to compete with others in the 3D printing space such as Shapeways, Sculpteo, and more.

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A toolkit focused on helping startups make the transition into the U.S. market. The startup helps startups look for a U.S. office space, open a U.S. bank account, and hire U.S. staff. They currently have over 50 companies on their platform.

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A platform to let people rent out their extra space on their homes.

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A company that wants to change how people pay for electric vehicles. It’s currently working with several large corporations and making a name for itself in the space.

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

49

A startup that finds neglected public and private properties that can be re-purposed into startup incubators and co-working spaces.

48

This startup is building a community of creators to connect people in the creative space.

47

This startup aims to become a kind of PayPal for the B2B space, allowing companies to send invoices, payments and other documents to people, for later payment.

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A new type of advertising where companies pay to have their ads appear in live videos on platforms like Facebook. The company is also building a platform to help users monetize those videos, allowing users to sell ad space on their own behalf.

46

Smart contracts platform for business ideas, with a focus on the B2B space (think legal contracts). The company is backed by Digital Garage, and has launched a program that offers $1k in credit to startups for signing up.

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 A company that gathers data from 10 million office spaces around the world and uses AI to predict how offices will be used in the future. The startup, which launched in May, will use this data to help companies with building out spaces in the future, by using it to determine which workspaces are most needed.

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A SaaS company that provides a digital workspace in a mobile app.

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A platform that lets anyone run a small business by turning their home into a co-working space.

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A platform for employees to organize themselves. It’s designed to be a personal space for workers, like Yammer. It’s free for teams of up to 10 employees, and starts at $10 per month per user.

45

Spacebound is a startup that wants to use 3D printing to build a new breed of space-bound drones that can deliver goods and services to space.

45

People are tired of waiting on hold for customer service, so they’re putting their calls into a queue to be answered and retrieved. The startup is aiming to be the de facto customer service app for the next generation of companies, and says it’s already working with several major companies in the space.

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This startup that makes a “virtual shared workspace”.

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A web-based platform that allows users to rent out their space. It’s meant to help alleviate rental costs for tenants, and allows them to earn extra money.

44

A startup that allows people to rent their extra space, be it a spare room, storage unit, or just a balcony.

44

This company is looking to connect home buyers with people looking to rent out their basements, garages, and spare rooms. The startup has raised $1.6 million, and is interested in getting users to share their spaces with strangers.

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The Brooklyn-based coworking space is a community of startups and entrepreneurs working to change the world. It’s located at 625 Kent Avenue, and has a membership program that ranges from $50 to $250 per month.

42

A company that helps users make the most of their commercial parking spaces with a customizable experience that includes payment and, uniquely, a concierge-like experience for their visitors.

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A company that allows you to find, and negotiate, the best price for a parking space.

40

Y Combinator is not a startup accelerator in the traditional sense, as it does not provide capital, mentorship, or other startup-specific services. Instead, Y Combinator provides seed funding and office space for startups that have already been bootstrapped for over a year and a half. Y Combinator has five cohorts a year, each of which lasts for 14 weeks. Participants are required to pay for their own flights and housing, which are taken care of by Y Combinator.

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In the US, one of the biggest areas for startups is in the commercial space, with companies such as Uber, Google, and Amazon, to name a few.

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Cofounder of the company, a former financial industry analyst, began researching the fintech industry in 2017. She found a dearth of female founders in the space. In her startup’s pitch deck, she highlights several female founders as part of the company’s advisory board.

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A coworking space that offers a space to network and work, and the tools to help organize the work that’s done there. It’s designed to be a place for entrepreneurs and freelancers to meet up, work together, and eventually launch their own companies.

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A software startup that aims to make it easier for "anyone from a small business to a large enterprise" to create and manage training programs. "We've had some success so far with the enterprise space, but we're mostly focused on education at the moment," the team writes.

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A startup that’s creating a space for the Asian community in the US to meet each other.

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 This is a tool that helps restaurants make better use of their kitchen space. The startup’s product is a kitchen hand-held scanner that helps chefs size up customers to decide what to cook based on their food orders.

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A space for young entrepreneurs to share and develop their ideas.

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The startup is building a platform that allows users to share their favorite stories in a space that’s similar to Instagram but for the automotive industry.

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Coworking space and office space for startups.

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A platform for connecting people to their favorite foods, which will help people find new foods they might like. The startup’s developers have been known to check out new restaurants and talk to restaurant workers to understand the space.

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A startup in the health space is building a new device that connects people with a local doctor on demand, allowing them to get diagnoses and prescription refills on the spot. The startup has raised $3.1 million in funding.

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In India, startups are still mostly in the B2B space, with a few exceptions. India’s largest startup is Flipkart, which is the world’s largest online retailer. It was founded in 2007 by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal.

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A startup in the fitness-tracking space that’s giving people an app that provides them with on-demand workouts. The startup is selling workouts that are already designed by a group of experts, for $12 a piece.

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A digital platform that serves as a booking platform for hotel rooms and event spaces.

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A startup with a team of 3 that’s going to help companies in the B2B space reduce/eliminate fraud at the point of sale of their products. They’re targeting B2B companies in the US, Canada, and Europe.

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A startup that works in the messaging space, providing an open API that allows users to send and receive messages via Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Slack.

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A company that lets users rent their extra storage space to people who need more.

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A collaborative workspace where people can work on their own projects and teams can rent desks for a day or week.

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A startup that wants to make payments in space, between two spacecraft. They’re working with NASA on a project that aims to use a satellite system to make it possible to send cash and other items up to space — and then back down on Earth.

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A startup that specializes in selling furniture and home decor for people who live in small spaces

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A startup that provides a service for people who have a small space in their house that they want to turn into a new room It will provide you with the plans and then you can hire someone to do the work

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A startup that helps people who are working remotely find a co-working space that has everything they need

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Idea: New types of spaces, like cafes, parks, and gyms, that are built for entrepreneurs and freelancers

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Idea: “Software as a service for physical space” The startup’s first product is Lockdown, a system for monitoring the security of physical spaces and notifying users when doors are open or there’s motion on the premises

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Idea: Find open parking spaces in San Francisco

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Idea: A social network for people who love to travel The startup’s founder is an active traveler who wanted to create a space for like-minded folks to find travel companions The startup says they have over 75,000 users

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Idea: A shared workstation service that only charges for the time you spend in a coworking space

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Idea: A platform that makes it easy to rent out office spaces around the world The founders say they’re already making a profit

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Idea: A new way to consume the web as a company It’s a homepage replacement that lets you run custom searches, integrate with tools like Slack, and create spaces to chat

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Idea: A startup that has built an API for non-profits in the fundraising space

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Idea: This startup wants to be a “home away from home” for entrepreneurs who are looking to build their startups around the world The startup is building a platform for digital nomads, with features like work pods, coworking spaces and events They currently have 10 employees, and have raised $15M from an undisclosed VC

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Idea: A UK-based company that offers a G2C service for companies with office space that want to offer the option to rent out a spare room to a commuter The company says it has a $

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Idea: A startup that runs a marketplace for co-working spaces They have a large number of employees already, and want to grow into a way for people to easily find co-working spaces in the future

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Idea: A startup that helps companies with real estate, office space, and commercial rentals The company helps businesses find office space and negotiate with landlords

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Idea: A co-working space in Colombia that is growing quickly The company is currently in a few pilot locations and is looking to expand rapidly They have a waitlist of over 50 companies

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Idea: A startup that is building a platform for shared office space. The company’s founders say that it’s already profitable and has $2.8 million in revenue, with $10 million in annual recurring revenue. The company is installing $10 million in hardware in the next two years. It’s currently profitable.

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Idea: A startup that makes a co-working product for laundry mats, combining a fully-equipped workspace with a place to do your laundry.

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Idea: A startup that provides a software interface for NASA’s data, helping companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin build rockets more efficiently.

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Idea: A startup that’s building a marketplace for trucking companies to buy and sell empty cargo space. They’re targeting a market that they say is $25 billion a year.

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Idea: A startup that is creating a marketplace for short-term rentals for living spaces in the US that are under-utilized. They’re currently working with hotel brands to provide these services to employees and other guests.

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Idea: A space for professionals to showcase their work, like an online portfolio.

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Idea: A startup that is building a business-to-business network for buying and selling internet ad space.

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Idea: A startup for people to use space to hold their products for a few months while they figure out where to ship them.

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Idea: A tool for connecting people with a “community partner” like a co-working space or business incubator. It’s a way for people to find and join groups to collaborate on projects, host events, and share resources.

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A startup for launching and managing a podcast, essentially a podcast-specific Wordpress or Squarespace.

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 A startup that helps people rent out their extra parking spaces

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 A space for people to work and collaborate on projects, without the office.

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A startup that creates a system that allows people to rent out their parking spaces

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