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A platform for organizing and sharing events, with a mobile app and desktop version.

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A tool for recruiting for summer internships. The company has a live product and is working on a B2C version.

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The aim is to let consumers to pay for a 3D-printed object. One feature is that the 3D-printed object is scanned and then the user can print out an accurate digital version they can then use in their homes.

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This startup tries to make student loans more affordable for students by offering a low-risk version of student loans.

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A software company that builds tools for eCommerce businesses to understand their customers better and increase conversion.

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They’re the modern version of a “grocery store”, with a storehouse of over 400 in-demand items that can be added to a wish list. They’re free for consumers, but can have a fee for businesses with 500 or more items in stock.

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A social network for the deaf, modeled after its popular iPhone app. The company has expanded its offerings to include audio versions of the app for the deaf and hard of hearing.

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A social network built for black professionals. It’s a version of Facebook for black professionals that’s designed for different demographics, with features like a photo gallery and a newsfeed that’s tuned for black users.

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This’s the second time around for the company, which previously launched a version of its product in China in 2017, and lost most of its customers after the Chinese government blocked its service.

82

The digital version of a pest control service. The startup’s team is small but they’re growing fast. They’ve raised $1.2 million and are looking to expand into the Northeast and Midwest.

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A company that wants to help oil and gas companies get their data to consumers in a way that’s less confusing than the existing version of Google Earth.

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A company that wants to re-create the good old days of the local neighborhood hardware store for modern consumers. They want to build a modern version of the mobile app that lets people buy and sell their stuff in a local community.

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This startup wants to make it easy to put your favorite photos on a physical slide that can be hung on a wall. It’s like a physical version of Pinterest, but for your own photos.

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A software company that helps companies with the tech-heavy job of finding and interviewing candidates. Clarity has a free version for small teams and a $4,000/month paid option, which it says has “well over 100 customers”.

76

The startup wants to build a global “decentralized, distributed version control system” where users can collaborate directly with each other to do things like improve code or collaborate on core products.

75

A platform that helps companies find new recruits. It’s a version of LinkedIn for job seekers, with a focus on the needs of local companies.

74

A startup that sells a product that helps people learn to invest They have a patent pending on the product They have a beta version of the product and plan to launch in January 2019

73

This startup is building a browser for the startup world. Its goal is to create a simplified version of the startup experience with tools for research, fundraising, and community engagement.

73

A startup that sells the first commercial drone to have a consumer version available, with a price tag of $1,000. The drone is made for those who want to experiment with aerial photography and videography.

73

A clean water startup that wants to help rural areas access their own clean water. The startup currently has a beta version of their product in the Amazon rain forest and plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign for their water technology in 2021.

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A “shareable” version of Microsoft Word, with a story, an audio component, and a visualization component.

71

An idea that would let anyone be a coder or designer for local versions of the web. Google is interested.

71

In the UK, an increasingly important part of the economy isn’t bricks and mortar stores but phone apps. And one startup wants to replace the app store with a custom-built version. The idea is that you buy an app once and then get the updates for free. The company is giving away its first product for free, called The App Store, in order to gain feedback.

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A platform that makes it easier for people to pay their bills, like a digital version of money orders.

68

This startup is building a platform with just under 1,000 clients that allows people to create their own version of the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and frozen yogurt – with the added benefit of being vegan.

68

This startup is building a white-label version of the popular dating app Hinge.

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The startup says it’s a better version of the traditional “pay-once-and-get-everything” package that’s popular with consumers, which works well for a lot of products but can be hard for more high-tech products.

67

Decentralized Waze, the adult version, where users are paid for reporting road hazards, or get points for reporting them.

66

The company wants to create a “next-gen” version of a CRM that integrates with your email inbox and calendar.

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This startup wants to help companies move their websites over to HTTPS, the secure version of the web.

66

A startup that lets users order flowers on the go, then have them delivered from a local florist, all made possible via a phone number the user can text. The app is currently free, but a paid version is in the works.

65

A Chrome extension that turns any website into a mobile app shop. Employs a “re-imagined” version of Google’s well-known design language.

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The startup replaces the traditional “explainer video” with “explainer video docs” in which the video is just a version of the product itself.

62

This startup is building a new version of the Apple TV. The new device will be a small, small sized device that will turn the TV into a smart TV.

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A startup that provides the infrastructure “to build and scale simple, automated, and scalable apps built on top of the open source Git version control system.”

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In May, the startup launched its first version, a $300 PC that it said could run as much as 40% faster than similarly priced machines. The company’s second version is a $1,000 PC that it says is twice as fast as its first version.

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A startup that wants to make it easy to manage virtual attendees for events, which are usually hard to track and often not included in the database. The startup is releasing a beta version of its software in mid-November.

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A platform that helps small businesses optimize their sites for search through visual conversion. The startup is currently in private beta.

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A platform for companies to build their own custom versions of Uber, Lyft, or GrubHub.

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A tool for managing lengthy Google Docs doc versions, and for converting them to a Google Docs file format.

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A software company that helps companies manage their customers' email communications. The startup is currently working on products for the US government, and hopes to launch an SaaS version of the product later this year.

56

A fingerprint-based unlock system for phones. The startup is trying to make fingerprint sensors more secure by having users open their phones in a certain way and secure them. This is a startup that has been around for a while, with a version known as SnapLock, but it is now rebranding itself as Fingerprint Lock.

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A platform that helps businesses manage their social media accounts. The company sells social media management for businesses at $10 a month, and has plans to launch a consumer version.

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A beefed up and improved version of the popular Kanboard, which is meant to be a collaborative/database platform for multi-team workflows.

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A decentralized version of Upwork, where people get paid in tokens rather than fiat currency.

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A company that wants to solve a problem for small businesses: they’re struggling to get their customers to pay. Shopin makes it easier to create a loyalty scheme for their customers by helping them create a personal account and tie it to their business account. Shopin also has a small business version that can help businesses combine rewards programs from multiple platforms into one.

54

A “boutique” version of GitHub, built for enterprise customers.

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Simpled is a tool that helps companies manage their employee related data and conversion funnels.

53

A startup that matches employers with employees that are looking to work from home. The startup is currently in beta mode and is available for use on the iOS version of the app.

52

This startup is building a marketplace for buying and selling cars, trucks, and SUVs. They’re launching in late 2019 with a beta version.

51

 Another company making its own version of the Nest Thermostat that also offers a smart lighting system.

51

A company looking to build a better version of the “wish-list”, where items can be added and removed while shopping.

50

A startup that has built a platform that converts paper-based resumes into digital versions that can easily be shared via email.

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Ex-Google engineers are building a new living room device they call the “Echo” that’s essentially a giant voice-controlled speaker. The device is a stripped-down, Google-made version of the Google Home, and can be controlled by voice, music, and TV apps. It’s set to launch in November.

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A blockchain-based system for doing business in China — including a way to do digital currency conversions.

45

A startup that’s building a version of the Oculus Rift for the visually impaired

45

A companion app for the cloud-based version of the New York Times that lets you save articles to read later, annotate them, and share them with your friends.

44

A decentralized email, file sharing, and storage company. The company currently has over 10,000 subscribed users, with the hopes of launching a free version in Q4 of this year.

42

This startup is building an “enterprise-ready” version of Microsoft Office for businesses.

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A platform for sharing tools and services between people who need them. So far, they’ve been able to build a basic stack for a Kickstarter-like experience, and work on a basic version of the

42

A New Zealand-based app that creates a virtualized version of a person’s photo library,

40

A mobile application that uses a custom demo version of Facebook’s Graph API to allow users to create and share an interactive digital business card that includes information about their company, including their team.

39

The goal of this startup is to create a way for business to get feedback on their website from their customers, then use the data to make changes to their site to improve conversion rates. The startup is in early stages, but is attempting to attract investors and create a working prototype.

39

A company that creates one-click, easy-to-setup landing pages that look just like search results and are indistinguishable from them, except that they’re optimized for conversions.

38

A more modern and mobile version of the popular Telegram messaging app.

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A new version of an online virtual-reality gaming platform that launched a year ago.

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The online version of a brick-and-mortar store that sells new and different products. The startup currently operates out of 9 stores in 4 countries.

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A social media platform that aims to be a a more transparent version of Instagram. It’s a service that allows users to tag each other in posts, and then share posts that they’ve tagged.

35

This startup is building a way to collaborate on a schedule that combines current project management concepts like Trello with the concept of a “workflow”, a name that describes a way to organize work in a way that’s both intuitive and structured. The company’s first project was building a lightweight but robust version of GitHub’s Jira.

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The Parisian startup is building a digital version of a tour guide. The app will help people feel more connected to a place and know more about it than they currently do. The company has already raised €4.1 million and is currently on track to close a €5 million round.

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 A startup that compares and recommends providers of childcare, school, and daycare based on the cost, quality, and convenience of the care. Looks like a better version of Nannybook.

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A company that offers a parallel, decentralized version of the cryptocurrency bitcoin

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A “tame” version of the Snapchat app, focused on bringing its features to one’s phone.

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A new version of the popular private messaging app for Android, to be released in early 2018. It will have new features and a re-designed interface, and will allow people to purchase and download stickers and other content from the company’s partners.

29

The founders of this company want to build a more connected and secure version of Amazon’s Alexa, one that can work with smart home devices and allow users to access the internet through their voice.

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The startup is building a “digital” version of the traditional “mystery” game, with a new spin on the game: The game is a multiplayer one where players build their own “mystery” board, where they can use AI to give clues to each other.

29

A tool that helps marketers and their clients create and amplify their Facebook Ads. It’s like a Proof of Concept with a free version.

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A tool for people to create their own version of Slack where they can host a chat group at their own location.

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This startup is building an app that enables workers to schedule tasks via a mobile app instead of an email. They’re currently working on a version for freelance workers, but they’ve also written a book on how to run your business without a web presence.

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A software company that helps retailers sell their products on Amazon.com. The founders say they are seeing 100% conversion rates on Amazon and “super-high” sales numbers.

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A “tame” version of a chatbot, with the goal of making it easier to communicate with the company’s marketing team.

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A “maker” version of Slack, where people can build their own add-ons and plugins for Slack

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A B2B startup that aims to provide a B2B version of Slack, which would allow companies to create channels for everything from HR to marketing. The startup is currently only in the pilot stage.

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A “cloud” version of a production tool for video editing and animation.

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Idea: Cacoo is a collaborative diagramming software, with a free and paid version

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Idea: A startup building tools for developers to build, secure, and deploy machine learning and data science models This is the “serverless” version of their main product

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Idea: A “smart” version of a public restroom

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Idea: Managed Version Control for Docker

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Idea: A startup that allows businesses to run their own version of Mailchimp using their own data

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Idea: This startup is building a better version of the online resume With ResumeGo, you can add an interactive video tour of your work

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Idea: A version of “Buddybuild” for companies who want to build apps for the Apple Watch

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Idea: Improves the performance of ads by pinpointing the moment that a customer sees an ad and decides to buy. The startup is building machine learning models to predict conversion time, and the founders have already run $1m of ads through their product.

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Idea: A startup for private label goods. The founder wants to make it easy for people to create their own private label brands, and is pitching it as a marketplace for startups to create their own version of a “Brands You Love But Can’t Find In Stores” store.

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A startup that provides a way for companies to sell to customers using chat. The company counts major banks as clients and claims to have a 2.5% conversion rate.

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Idea: A subscription box that helps people get into the sport of boxing. The company is currently working on a second version of the box with plans to launch in late October.

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Idea: A startup that is building a decentralized version of YouTube. Users of the platform are able to earn money by posting content and advertisers are able to put ads on the content. The startup wants to give people the ability to build up a following without having to go through a traditional platform.

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Idea: A software company that sells a free version of its software for up to 10 team members. The software helps teams track their time and sell their products or services. The startup is self-funded and

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Idea: SaaS startup that helps hotels manage their rooms and guests, with a little bit of Netflix’s recommendation algorithms baked in. The idea is that hotels can use it as a booking engine to get more out of their rooms, and the company’s founders say they have a 75% conversion rate.

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Idea: A startup building a “dynamic web app builder” which gives users the ability to create mobile apps using nothing but templates and a version of visual block-based coding. It also promises users the ability to import existing HTML/CSS sites into its app builder.

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Idea: A white-labeled version of the video scheduling tools used by companies like Google and Facebook. It also helps companies manage their video ads — and is profitable now by helping companies make native videos.

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Idea: A startup that provides a full-stack CRM for nonprofit organizations. The founders claim the product has a 3x conversion rate compared to other major players, and is focused on helping nonprofits do more for less money.

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