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A platform for sending and receiving money within the United States
A startup that wants to build a mobile payment system for merchants in the United States.
If you’ve been to a restaurant in the United States, chances are you’ve left a tip. But what happens to that tip What if that tip was shared with the next person who dined at the same restaurant Farbric’s app cuts out the middleman, allowing the restaurant to keep more of that cash.
A startup that helps foreign nationals who want to visit the United States and doesn't want to overstay their visas
A startup that helps businesses in the United States and Europe run their money using shared accounts. It’s a “one-stop shop” for working with multiple banks.
The startup offers some of the lowest-cost dental insurance in the United States. It wants to win over the many people with gaps in insurance coverage that many large companies have.
Collaborating with organizations like the United Nations and the World Bank, Geotime provides demographic, economic, and climate data in a user-friendly way that’s useful for businesses.
A way to monitor, measure and prevent “cybercrime”. The startup is currently being used by the United States Department of Defense to fight cybercrime.
A venture that is building a platform for managing insurance claims across the United States.
In August 2018, Crunchbase reported that there were over 150 venture-backed startup accelerators in the United States. The list of top accelerators in the United States was as follows:
In March 2017, Y Combinator moved its operations to the United Kingdom, becoming a British Limited Company.
The accelerator is based in New York's Brooklyn neighborhood, and was founded in February 2015. It is sponsored by MasterCard, and has attracted companies from around the world, including Colombia, Kazakhstan, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
A tool that allows companies to see which employees are eligible to vote in United States elections.
A company that helps find and hire doctors in the United States to serve as mentors for American students studying abroad.
A social network for immigrants in the United States. The startup wants to create a community where immigrants can connect with each other and immigrant-owned businesses.
The following startups are featured in Inc.’s 2019 Inc. 5000 list, a ranking of the 5,000 largest privately held companies in the United States.
While the idea of a self-driving car might look like far-fetched science fiction, the reality is that the technology is already at work on the roads of the United States and Europe. However, it is still too expensive for consumers to access. The startup, which is still in stealth, is working to make the technology accessible at a consumer level.
An e-commerce platform for zoos and aquariums to sell souvenirs to customers. The startup is working with three aquariums in the United States, and has had over $360,000 in sales in its first year.
Startup Grind is a global community that aims to connect entrepreneurs and their startups with like-minded people, resources, and events in order to accelerate their growth. Startup Grind Philly is one of the first chapters based in the United States.
A startup for underwriters of auto insurance in the EU. They’re working to expand across the United States.
A company that helps small businesses in the United States and Canada sell to businesses in the United Kingdom and Europe.
Idea: A telemedicine startup for low-income patients in El Salvador. The startup works with doctors in the United States and Canada, who give patients in El Salvador a Skype consultation.
A startup that provides information about the best places to retire in the United States
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