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A data-driven tool that helps companies build better websites by looking at the user journeys they’re taking across the internet.

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A rewards platform that lets people earn points for doing things with their phones, like taking a photo, following accounts and businesses, and more. Bunch can be redeemed for cash, merchandise, or travel.

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A smartphone app that helps patients help themselves. The app helps users manage their prescriptions, so they can take medications at the right time, and refill them before they run out. It also serves as a reminder to patients that they’re taking their meds, and will remind them when their prescriptions are about to expire.

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A second-screen app for creating, managing and distributing podcasts, taking on a market dominated by hosts. The company is also building an app for the live video market, aiming to be the first to tap into the VOD market on the cheap.

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This startup is building an online platform that gives sellers a way to sell their wares without needing to handle payment processing or risk taking customer service.

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A startup that helps health care workers get better at taking care of patients.

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A software company that makes it easier to train learning machines. The company is building an “AI-powered note taking” system for students.

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A software that automates the process of taking high-quality photos of products for online stores and catalogs

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A platform that helps big companies manage their supply chains, taking on the role of a middleman between suppliers, distributors and consumers.

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A drone that can follow you around on land and in the air, taking photos and video and providing a 360-degree view of your surroundings.

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A B2B company that helps property managers and agents manage rental properties by automating tasks like invoicing, collecting rent and taking care of repairs.

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A B2B company that helps people sell their homes by taking photos, sending listings, and handling payments.

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A tool to enable employers to create and manage their podcasts. The company is taking a very dry subject and making it fun, like “How to be a great manager”

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This startup is building a better way to find local services. The company is taking a data-driven approach to finding services for residents in a given city and helping them find what they are looking for.

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What happens when you start going to boring networking events A startup that sells tickets to events in a non-standard format, taking the pain out of organizing and selling tickets.

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A startup that helps American companies sell to consumers in China and other Asian markets by taking over the process of getting a Chinese partner to buy their product.

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A startup for financial advisors to offer financial planning services to businesses, taking a commission on the fee. For instance, the advisor might charge $150 to help a company with a financial budget.

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A startup that wants to let you take a selfie of yourself, and send it to a friend who’s also taking a selfie, and then you two can see each other’s faces in real time.

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A software for financial advisors that helps them fish out bad investments and clients that are taking too much risk.

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PetMD is a vet-tech startup that helps pet owners with a range of services, from consulting to pet care. It has a “pet concierge” service to help owners with questions like what to feed their pets when taking them to the vet, and what food to pick up on the way home.

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A company that provides a platform for businesses to build and promote their own e-commerce stores. The company acts as a clearinghouse for inventory and shipping, taking a commission on each sale, plus a minor fee for each product.

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People are still not taking advantage of the benefits of peer to peer lending in the US, so Peervest is trying to change that through a marketplace that compares the best rates at peer to peer lenders in the US to traditional bank rates.

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A startup that wants to help retailers and brands find new customers by taking their email lists and feeding them into an algorithm that matches them with potential customers.

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Platform that helps you build your own personal brand, including a social network to help you make connections with others. The startup is taking the “personal brand” concept to a whole new level.

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A startup that hires people to run errands for you, like getting groceries, taking out the trash, or picking up your dry cleaning

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A startup that helps companies like Amazon and Google better understand their customers. The startup is taking a deeper look at the data that companies have about customers in order to optimize their products and services.

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Taking a modern approach to the marketing automation software that companies use to manage their Facebook posts.

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A startup looking to make the world’s best desktop security software, and taking advantage of the increasing need for it as the world becomes more connected.

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New York based startup that is taking the stress out of managing your own private cloud, allowing you to manage your own servers, backups, and other essential infrastructure.

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A tool that can be used to create “mini apps” that can be used to run tiny tasks on a business’s phone, like taking a picture with a tablet, or looking up a restaurant’s location.

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A company that lets you build a personal financial plan in the cloud by taking a quiz.

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A note-taking app that has a tab for the pen you’re using, making it easier to switch from pen to pen, and to save lists and sticky notes.

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

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This startup is building a tool that lets companies charge their employees for taking time off or for using the company’s own time. The service is meant to make work more flexible while also giving companies a way to track time.

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A tool to help nonprofits do their fundraising. By taking in donations and giving them out to their clients in a direct, transparent manner, the startup wants to help nonprofits grow their donor bases and improve their bottom line.

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Blackbox is building a user dashboard for the design and operations of data centers, taking a “security first” approach to the process.

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This startup’s business is taking the laborious process of logging in to a website and making it more streamlined. Sola does this by creating what it calls a “lazy login” which says, “If you’re not logged in, you don’t need to log in.” Sola has raised $500,000 in seed funding.

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Taking the speed and agility of the mobile web and developing a platform that can be used on any device, including desktops. The startup, which was started in 2013, is one of the few startups creating a truly mobile web application.

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A platform for sharing and sharing experiences, taking the “sharing economy” to a new level. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences. Share.ly is a platform for sharing experiences.

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A startup that’s building a marketplace for people to buy, sell, and trade used cars, taking a commission of each transaction.

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Taking a more “on-demand” approach to healthcare than traditional apps, with a goal of reducing cost and improving outcomes

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An AI-enabled accounting platform for the travel and hospitality industries. This startup is taking a hybrid approach, using AI to make the process more efficient, and also manually coding the interface so it’s more intuitive.

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A mobile app that allows customers to directly order products online from brands, with the retailer taking a cut of the sale.

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A company that’s building a platform where you pay a monthly fee to use a service to manage your contractors. The startup is taking a page from the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system, which lets banks settle payments between banks.

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A company that aims to create a unified market for global enterprises to buy and sell global inventory. The startup is taking a basic model of eBay for sourcing global products and turning them into a full-service marketplace.

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A tool that lets users convert any type of PDF into a markdown file for use with Notability, an iPad note-taking app.

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A project of the World Economic Forum, the Global Shapers Community is the largest global network of entrepreneurs, young professionals, and innovators. The network’s purpose is to connect the global network of young professionals with the global community of entrepreneurs. The network was founded by the World Economic Forum and Swiss Re in January 2016, with the first annual Global Shaper Summit taking place in Davos, Switzerland. Over the summer of 2016, the World Economic Forum announced that it would be partnering with the Global Shapers Community to create the World Economic Forum Young Entrepreneur Council, which completed its first meeting in October 2016.

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A health insurance, retirement planning, and investment platform. The company is building a full stack product, taking everything from claims to investment management out of a user’s hands.

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A tool to ensure that employees or students are taking the right amount of time off, based on company policies.

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

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

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A company that helps small businesses get off the ground, with a library of tools that help companies with marketing, accounting, and sales. Company founders started it after seeing that many small businesses are launching on Facebook and taking on extra expenses to grow.

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The company is taking a best-of-breed approach to the B2B market. They’re creating a SaaS solution that allows companies to collect and organize customer data, then use it to make better product decisions.

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A digital insurance startup that wants to help people find doctors and medicines. The startup is taking on the large insurance companies that they say don’t always have the best interests of their customers in mind.

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A financial app for students that helps colleges accept payments directly from a student’s bank account, instead of charging fees or taking checks.

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Idea: A startup that allows users to create and sell their own video courses. The service is free, and it makes money by taking a cut of any courses that users sell.

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Idea: A startup that’s building a tool for online tutoring, but its focus is on the digital-first approach it’s taking: the startup sees the future of education as a lot more digital, and so it’s building a teaching platform that works with students’ tablets and phones.

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Idea: A startup that connects pro developers to people looking for help building apps, with the developer taking a cut of the project.

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

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Idea: A startup that wants to make shopping more convenient for consumers by personally taking pictures and videos of items on a store’s shelves, and allowing shoppers to buy the items immediately.

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