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This startup wants to create an “Uber for trash” for apartment owners, creating an automated system of trash drops and pickups that uses GPS and back-end software to track it all.
A company with a market cap of $30 million that claims to be the “Uber of dog-walking”.
The startup is rolling out a network of mobile clinics and Ubers for cheaper care in lower-income parts of the US that need it.
A platform that aims to be the Uber of errand work. The idea is that an employee can tap into the service using a smartphone, and then an app will ping them for errands that will help them get stuff done.
A platform for managing all your medical records and scheduling appointments, proposed as the Uber of healthcare.
A food delivery startup that wants to take on Uber Eats. The company is currently only available in Seattle and has $3 million in funding.
A company that wants to be the “Uber of home security”, letting people pay for home security devices with their credit cards and then let the company handle the rest. The company has raised $10 million in a Series A.
A platform for food delivery that wants to compete with GrubHub and Uber Eats.
A delivery app that uses Uber, GrubHub and Postmates to dispatch delivery orders from a restaurant menu. This is a B2B app for restaurants to manage their delivery operations
A company that merges the concepts of an “Uber-for-laundry” with the features of a “Netflix-for-laundry”.
A startup that promises to be the next Uber for the taxi industry. Instead of incentivizing drivers by paying them directly, they’ll pay the driver’s customer base.
A company that aims to be the Uber of freelance services by connecting service providers with customers.
A new kind of payment system that allows taxi owners to compete with Uber and Lyft. Instead of needing to call a dispatcher, riders can hail a cab in real-time and pay directly through the app.
A mobile app that helps people find the best and cheapest public transportation in their city. Called "Uber for Transportation", it's already in beta in New York and San Francisco.
This is an app that lets you make a just-in-time delivery order, like Uber but for groceries.
A car rental startup that says it’s “aiming to be the Uber of ride sharing”.
A platform for pharmaceuticals that wants to be the Uber for drug distribution. Instead of having to find a distributor, the startup wants to connect patients directly with pharmacies that can provide them with medicines.
A startup that trains drivers for rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft.
This startup is building an “interactive map of the world” and wants to be the Uber of mapping.
Let’s call this app the “Uber for food”. This is a restaurant-on-demand service that can be triggered via a mobile app.
A company that’s trying to build a “Uber for drones”.
A fast-food delivery service that can deliver food to you in under 15 minutes. Their model is a bit like Uber Eats, but they’ve automated a lot of the process so you can order online, and the food will be delivered to you.
An Uber-like app that helps people find reliable childcare. The startup is based in San Francisco and already has hundreds of parents on its waitlist.
A startup that wants to help you get to work faster by providing an easy-to-use, low-cost way to book rides through Uber.
A startup that automatically bookmarks the location of where you’re going for your next Uber ride and updates it each time you call.
Startup that allows users to pay for their Uber rides with their Chase credit card, resulting in credits to their card balance.
This is a startup that’s building a personalized fitness plan for you based on your fitness goals, and your preferences like what music you like, which music to play, and what kind of food you like. It’s like an Uber for fitness.
A B2B startup that helps companies like Uber and Lyft figure out how to best use their driver fleets.
A startup that brings the power of an “off-the-shelf” product like Uber or Airbnb to the small business owner. It makes the process of hosting, booking, and paying for a service as easy as booking a flight or an Uber.
A remote-work solution for business partners and freelancers, letting them work from anywhere. It’s a sort of “Uber for freelancers”, and is based on the idea that most clients don’t want to hire someone for a long-term gig, but instead need someone to tackle a project for a few days or a week at a time.
A social find-a-ride app that’s loosely based on Uber, but with a different business model, focusing on peer-to-peer rides that take place in a ride-sharing network.
A mobile app for finding parking and other services near your destination, with a built-in contact list to save you time. It’s inspired by Uber’s surge pricing and lets you set your own price and availability as well.
A startup that lets users anonymously rate their Uber drivers and drivers rate them.
Like Uber, this startup gamifies the concept of a taxi ride, with the user playing a dispatcher for a network of taxis. The app helps users find the closest taxis using data from Yelp and OpenTable.
A startup that aims to bring on-demand services like Uber to the B2B travel sector with a new service called Travia that will allow travel managers to hire drivers for their clients on-demand.
A start-up that allows you to pay for your Lyft or Uber ride using the credit you get back from your credit card company’s rewards program.
A bike-sharing startup that has raised $5 million and launched in Seattle. The company bills itself as the Uber of bikes, and promises bikes that arrive within five minutes of being requested.
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.
A digital “wallet” for rideshare drivers (that’s UberX, Lyft, etc.) to pay expenses like deductibles, gas and maintenance. The digital wallet eventually will allow drivers to take rides anywhere and pay their expenses without having to have cash on hand.
The startup aims to be a single source of research on all of the different ride-sharing apps from Uber to Lyft.
A startup that wants to compete with the likes of Yelp and Uber with a streamlined, all-in-one platform for restaurants and small businesses. It’s a one-stop shop for everything from customer scheduling, to sales and marketing, to communication between staff and owners.
The first YC-backed startup to reach unicorn status was Airbnb, in 2009. Airbnb was followed by Dropbox, Stripe, Uber, Instacart, and Wayfair.
This startup wants to be the “Uber for life insurance”, connecting people with insurance companies and giving them a single place to manage all their insurance needs.
A startup that helps people create and sell custom clothing through a web browser without having to design the entire garment from scratch. Loom wants to help consumers sell their clothing as a service — it’s essentially an Uber for fashion.
A tool that allows companies to engage with customers via Facebook Messenger and SMS. The company has built out a few integrations with vendors like PayPal, Uber, and Shyp.
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.
"Idea 2.0 is a tool for entrepreneurs to help them learn about new technologies in the market and network together. It’s the Uber of technology conferences. The conference is in its second year and has had over 1,000 attendees and 300+ speakers from 45 countries. The conference’s format is based on the model of Airbnb, where the host gets to pick the guests. The guest list is highly curated and the speakers are handpicked by the company’s CEO. The conference has been very well received by attendees and has been named a Top 10 conference in the US in 2018.
A startup that offers a mobile app that helps people schedule a ride with a licensed driver through the Uber app.
A startup that makes it possible to buy, sell, and collectively organize ridesharing services, much like Uber or Lyft but for cars
A startup that allows users to automate their interactions with Uber. A spin on the existent “Uber for X” category, Upply pulls in Uber data and uses a predictive algorithm to help predict what a user is likely to say in an Uber interaction and then use that to automate the interaction.
A startup that uses machine learning to help brands find the right person for the job. They claim to have found just the right person for 1,900 positions, including jobs at Uber and Goldman Sachs.
The company operates in a similar fashion to Uber, but instead of driving people around, it takes shoppers to retailers. Shoppers use the app to locate stores and their location, then use the app to walk into shops and purchase items.
A startup that helps small businesses track repairs, maintenance, and replacements rather than having to rely on spreadsheets and stops receiving Ubers and other ride-share services.
A tool for automating and monitoring Kubernetes resources.
A ride-hailing app that combines peer-to-peer carpooling with the convenience of Uber. The startup wants to build a system that lets people get around for less money while reducing traffic and pollution.
An AI that helps people find a good Uber or Lyft driver.
A platform for companies to build their own custom versions of Uber, Lyft, or GrubHub.
Just like Uber, which allows you to summon a car at any time, this startup wants to allow anyone to get a ride at any time. Currently focused on bringing services to the campus.
This startup wants to be the Uber of medical waste, connecting different waste disposal companies for pickup and billing.
A startup that aims to be the Uber of short-term rentals, allowing people to rent out their spare rooms or entire homes. Ethos currently has a pilot in place with over 10,000 users.
An online platform for hiring remote workers. The Atlanta-based startups aims to be the “Uber of remote work”, allowing companies to find and hire remote workers quickly.
A startup for on-demand car services in Singapore. The startup’s founder says he’s been offering the service with Uber for the past year and says it’s a $1 billion market in Singapore.
In the middle of April, Lyft announced it was making $1.25 billion in revenue per quarter, with over $1 billion in cash. In the middle of May, Uber announced that it had $7.4 billion in cash.
This startup is building a premium, shared-bikes-for-hire platform in Los Angeles that aims to be an Uber for urban transport. Their bikes will be electric and can be reserved online, on-call 24/7, for one hour or longer.
This startup is building an Uber-like app that it says will be cheaper and more accessible for those who can’t afford a car. It will also have a carpooling component, so you can share a ride to work and your car with others.
A company that helps freelance and on-call workers find jobs. It’s currently working with 10,000 companies including Uber, GoDaddy, and Microsoft.
A new kind of “under-the-radar” startup that creates and maintains “micro-cities” for renters, like Uber for apartment complexes.
A company that helps geospatial companies like Uber and Lyft better understand the best routes and pricing to reach customers by using data from their phone to track their location.
A blockchain-based platform for driving and sharing autonomous vehicles, akin to Uber and Lyft but for cars.
UnionX is a platform that can be used to organize a union or similar group for a group of employees. The startup has seen interest from unions in private companies, like Uber, and recently secured $1 million in seed funding.
The “Uber for Taxi” ridesharing service has a million drivers in India. UberGo gives them a way to turn their cars into cabs.
A self-driving Uber for trucking companies.
A startup that bills itself as the “Uber for teachers”.
The startup is building a service that they describe as “the Uber of air travel”. It replaces the “front-end” that users deal with when they book a flight and instead of a travel agent, will connect them directly with an itinerary.
This is an on-demand dog walker business, with an app that allows users to request a walker with an ease of use similar to Uber.
A small business-to-business startup that aims to be Uber for local services.
Combining the ease with which inter-city carpooling apps like UberPool and Lyft Line can be found with a new approach to making the rides more affordable, by adding a personal concierge to the ride to help with navigation, scheduling and other tasks.
A platform that helps customers pay for services from companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash through a single checkout page.
A company that wants to build a service that lets you call up an Uber-like app whenever you need a ride anywhere. The service would give you options for the type of car to be used and then would let you track the car’s progress.
A “customer care” app that integrates with Uber and Lyft.
The company wants to be the “Uber of the day game”.
A company that says it’s “the Uber of community management” for social media teams.
A platform like Uber, but for the gig economy. The startup is a background screening and background check service for employees.
A startup for scheduling Uber and Lyft rides
A home cleaning service that aims to be the Uber of its industry, connecting customers to local cleaners
This Israeli startup is building a self-driving vehicle that, unlike Uber's autonomous cars, is purely electric and doesn’t need a human driver at the wheel. The company is planning to launch a service in Tel Aviv in July.
A startup that wants to take on the role of the concierge, with a live human who can help you book a ride on Uber, book a hotel, or find an event.
A startup that provides on-demand access to a local barista. The concept is similar to Uber Eats, except these “district kitchens” are meant to be in neighborhoods that don’t have their own cafes. The service is currently only available in one city, but plans to expand to others in the near future.
The company takes an “Uber for Home” approach. The startup’s app helps homeowners find and book handyman, electrician, and handywoman services.
Some people like to own a car, which is usually a pretty big financial investment. Zendrive aims to be the Uber of cars, providing a way for people to get around without having to deal with insurance or renting or buying a car.
A startup that offers a way for people to book rides from their homes to the airport. UberX rides are typically cheaper than cab rides, but even after the startup’s recent troubles, it has a market share of over 30%.
This startup offers a gamified service for calling Uber or Lyft, which works through the app.
Food delivery service that has ambitions to be the Uber of urban food delivery.
The company with the combined vision of Google, Facebook, and Uber: A new kind of messaging platform that allows you to send and receive a message with a set of actions. An example: You can send a message to a friend and then order them a pizza, with the message automatically being routed through the app and then to the pizza chain.
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.
A program for giving tips to Uber drivers. It’s a mobile phone app that facilitates the sharing of tips and information with drivers.
A startup that allows users to access their Uber-like Uber account from their iOS and Android phone.
Idea: The "Uber" of food delivery for meds
Idea: A tool for managing Kubernetes workloads
Idea: A directory of jobs in the gig economy, from Uber and Lyft to dog walkers and freelance writers
Idea: A startup that helps Midwestern farmers sell their produce more easily on the West Coast. The company is building a series of farms in the Midwest that will grow produce for big companies in the West, and use an Uber-like system to deliver it.
Idea: Kubernetes for databases. The startup wants to help companies manage data across different databases on a single server, and move data between them.
Idea: A startup that aims to be “the Uber for trucking”, claiming that the transportation industry is a $7 trillion sector ripe for disruption. It has a similar pitch to Uber Freight, which focuses on helping smaller trucking companies compete with big shippers.
Idea: A platform for booking medical appointments, similar to OpenTable or Uber. Users can book with a doctor inside or outside of the platform, and it will handle the
Idea: A startup that makes an Uber-like service where you can pay someone to
A platform that allows users to purchase and sell data. For instance, a third-party could use the API to compare the cost of an Uber ride in different cities.
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