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A browser extension that tracks the cost of your everyday items (fries, cup of coffee, etc.) over time and cross-references this data with the Starbucks menu. In addition to the main purpose of tracking your coffee expenses, the tool also allows users to find out if they are spending more than they should and how to cut back.

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A fitness app for everyone, not just professional athletes. The app helps users track their daily activity and exercise goals.

336

Build a database of every tree in the world, using satellite imagery.

268

 Grow is building a set of tools for restaurants, enabling them to manage their menus, design their menus, and automate their ordering and delivery processes.

260

A startup that wants to turn every conference room into a training room, and track fitness progress for employees.

232

A social platform for people to connect with local businesses. The app works as a “local discovery app” that helps people discover places to eat and shop, and connects them with local businesses.

185

A startup that is a healthy meal delivery service for seniors

181

A food delivery app for veterans in the US.

156

Groceries are a necessity for many people, but the process is often expensive and frustrating. The startup wants to simplify the process of ordering groceries and delivery by offering a concierge service and integrated ordering platform on their website.

155

A startup that uses AI to create images of everything from mountains to people's faces

135

A startup that says it helps marketers target their Facebook ads by machine learning. The startup’s CEO says everyone is already familiar with the concept of machine learning, but the way it’s implemented in Facebook ads is confusing and not very effective.

129

A home delivery service for groceries, fully automated. Currently working in San Francisco.

127

A meal delivery app for consumers who want healthy food at home.

125

A food delivery service that uses a network of personal chefs to create a personalized meal based on the order. The startup has also launched a restaurant-delivery service that provides delivery 24/7.

123

A company building a browser extension that adds web-based editing to Microsoft Word, enabling users to do everything from adding images to creating tables and charts.

117

A startup that’s building a “digital lab” for large pharmaceutical companies, helping them scale their research with AI and speed up their drug discovery.

108

A monthly subscription service that sends home delivery and grocery shopping to your doorstep.

105

A platform for restaurants to offer delivery and delivery drivers to order delivery items.

104

A “social media productivity tool” that helps you get everything done by prioritizing tasks and scheduling them out.

103

This startup is building an automatic repair system for the Internet of Things, a term for everyday objects with sensors and connectivity.

101

A chatbot that organizes your orders and delivery for you. It currently has a team of 3, has raised about $1 million, and is focused on San Francisco for now.

101

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.

100

Fetch is a platform for food delivery. Unlike Grubhub, Fetch offers more than just food delivery. The startup is using the same data it collects on its deliveries to help restaurants build better menus and make food-ordering easier.

99

A startup that curates and shares the very best videos on the web, with a focus on “what’s worth watching today.”

99

A food truck that turns every meal into a voucher, for use at any restaurant. The startup wants to make food more efficient, so that everyone can eat more.

99

A platform for food delivery that wants to compete with GrubHub and Uber Eats.

92

A startup that takes care of the back-end payment, management, and delivery for physical concerts.

91

A platform to help companies control and manage their entire supply chain. The company wants to aggregate data on every step in the supply chain, create a comprehensive map of it and manage it all from a single dashboard.

91

A company that offers a platform for delivery of medical supplies to remote and underserved communities.

90

A startup that helps companies track items from order to delivery, and track the performance of in-person and virtual agents.

89

A startup that sells a $100 smart plug that does everything from controlling the lights in your home to allowing the owner to read text messages on their smartphone from anywhere.

89

A meal delivery service that expands to food trucks

88

A startup that provides a tool where people can subscribe to a service that sends them a box of 5-10 items every month

87

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

87

A startup that lets you schedule and pay for your dry cleaning, pick-up and delivery all through your phone's native phone app.

87

A company that makes it easy to get started with your own mobile marketplace, selling everything from your couch to your prized mementos

87

A food delivery business that uses an app to make a restaurant delivery within 15 minutes.

86

Food delivery with the option to customize your order

86

A digital agency that helps companies manage their social media, PR, and digital marketing. The startup is aiming to tackle the gap between everyday businesses and the marketing departments that need to manage them.

85

A company that builds mobile apps for small businesses to offer services like food delivery, car delivery, and package delivery.

85

An online marketplace that has a very different approach to selling than Amazon or eBay. The startup focuses on selling unique items and brands, and is based on a marketplace model that is increasingly popular in China.

84

This app helps users manage their time, organize tasks, and set goals. Users can track their hours, hours worked, and hours remaining, and be alerted to when they need to be at work. Users can also set goals, like working more or less, or getting more tasks done everyday.

84

New York City’s drone delivery startup. The startup wants to get packages from warehouses to homes in a half hour.

84

A startup that sends you a new razor every month.

83

A startup that is developing an integrated software platform for the cannabis industry. This is a very large, very hot market.

83

A food delivery service that promises to deliver food to your door in under 30 minutes.

83

A directory for hospital employees to find any service they need, from doctors to nurses to food delivery, all on one page.

83

A startup that sells a tool for people who are giving a speech to help them with their delivery

82

A high-tech way to enable people to communicate with their doctors remotely. The company hopes to make that easier for everyone: patients, doctors, and caretakers.

82

A smart doorbell that can notify you when there’s a delivery.

82

A startup that sends a text with the location of your delivery driver to your phone

82

A company that lets you “quickly build out your own restaurant”, with a kit that includes everything you need to get going.

82

This is a food delivery service for people that need help with their diabetes.

82

This is an app that lets you make a just-in-time delivery order, like Uber but for groceries.

82

A new service to help users find and manage tech tools, services, and gadgets they use every day.

82

A social platform that helps athletes manage their training, nutrition and recovery plans.

81

A startup that provides a service where it sends you a box of healthy food every week and you can pick it up at a convenient location

80

A monthly subscription service that sends you an e-book on a topic you’ve selected every month. The company launched in December, and is signing up more than 50,000 new subscribers every month, the founder tells me.

80

The startup is building a platform to record and store every single note an employee takes.

80

A Texas-based startup that provides a service that allows anyone to buy anything with Bitcoin, including buying everyday items.

80

A food delivery service for medical patients. Investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Khosla Ventures, and General Catalyst.

79

A company that wants to take the lead in creating a system to pay for things at the point of delivery.

79

This company helps middle schoolers learn about social justice by teaching them about the history of slavery in the US, how it intersects with other historical events, and what we can do to fight it now.

79

A startup that works with restaurants to provide them with the tools they need to “self-serve” their customers. The startup wants to make it easier and more profitable for restaurants to provide meal delivery.

79

Deliveroo is a food delivery service that allows restaurants to use their app to take orders for their customers, with the option to customize the meal or package it for individual delivery. It already has 2.4 million users within the UK and a service that is growing more than 100% year-over-year.

78

A legal e-discovery tool for lawyers that helps them determine what information is relevant to the case at hand.

78

A startup that sells a new take on a very old concept: Visa debit cards. The startup has over 1,000 customers, ranging from Nike to Goldman Sachs, and has sold over 5 million cards.

78

Aspiring to be a Tinder for food delivery, this startup is building a mobile app that helps users find food from local restaurants.

77

A social discovery app that finds and connects people based on their shared interests.

77

An online food ordering and delivery platform that uses an in-app feature to review restaurants and take reservations.

77

Food delivery for restaurant kitchens — the company provides a central platform for kitchens to manage orders, and payment is handled via a proprietary service that only the restaurants can use

77

The co-founders of the company Seers are trying to undo the stigma of the “office dog”. They had their first pup, Mitzi, on the playground of Spotify's offices, and the company asked them to bring her to work. Now, she’s a dog who visits office visits from time to time to make sure that everyone is having a good time.

77

Built for a “very different industry”, this startup is helping people manage their credit cards.

77

A digital platform that provides what its founders call a “dynamic ‘recipe’—a step-by-step process that guides users through every step of the creative process from start to finish.”

76

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.

76

As a person’s social circle expands, it gets harder to keep track of old and new friends. Fellow is a service that helps you keep track of everyone you know, and share them with others.

76

A logistics platform for food-delivery services. The startup’s founders are now working with a number of food and beverage companies in the Bay Area, including Temescal Brewing.

76

A startup that allows people to buy groceries online, and have them delivered at a later date The user can also schedule the delivery for a specific date and time

75

A startup that is building an alternative repository to Airbnb for people to find rentable resources This includes everything from homes to lawn mowers, from the startup’s own website

75

A startup that’s building a platform for small businesses to find and book their delivery drivers for their groceries, for delivery.

75

A startup that helps quickly build custom web pages for brands, selling them to clients at a fixed price. The startup wants to replace the very expensive full-page print ad with a mobile-friendly digital display ad. Their potential clients include agencies, brands and ad tech companies.

75

A single app that lets you manage all of your work, from payments to invoicing, to taxes, and everything in between.

75

A tool that helps businesses track inventory for their e-commerce site, which is the dream of every store owner but impossible to do manually.

75

A startup that wants to use AI to create a more natural color palette in fashion. The company’s founder says that the color palette industry is “a $20 billion market, and it has been a very low touch market.”

75

A food delivery service that will deliver “all-natural” meals from a community of home cooks that the company says will be better for the environment than restaurants.

74

An “organic social network” for concerts, sports, and events. It’s like Eventbrite for everything.

73

This startup is looking to bring the on-demand delivery model to the pharmaceutical industry.

73

This app lets users track the delivery status of packages shipped through the company.

73

A platform for managing your entire spend, tracking your bills, managing your expenses across different payment systems, managing your accounts, and making it easy to compare everything against each other.

73

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”

73

A video food delivery service. The startup is planning to launch in Mexico City in the fourth quarter.

73

A startup that provides people with umbrellas that can expand in diameter if it starts to rain so they don't need to get an umbrella for every rainstorm

72

A startup that wants to make last-mile delivery more efficient by using GPS on your phone to find the nearest delivery vans. It currently has $10 million in funding and has raised $20 million in total funding.

72

A company that looks to make it easier for people to order delivery from restaurants through their cell phone, using an app.

72

A food delivery service that provides delivery at the speed of a “pepperoni pizza” to customers who order through the app.

72

Retail startup that works with retailers to get merchandise into the hands of customers on an evening delivery service, making it more likely that customers will buy.

72

A company that helps restaurants deliver delivery right to customers’ doorsteps. The founders say they have over 200 restaurants, including Shake Shack, that they’re working with

72

A startup that wants to make it easy to sign up for a monthly food delivery service.

72

A platform that allows businesses to streamline the design, procurement, and delivery of their supplies.

72

A platform for managing the supply chain for e-commerce, aimed at companies with very little time to spare.

71

A platform that helps people find the right property for a vacation or retreat. The company is focused on creating a full-service vacation rental in every coastal rental market.

71

A “product discovery platform” for consumers, that helps them quickly find products that meet their needs.

71

“A new type of data marketplace, we are creating a marketplace where you can buy and sell your data. Everything from your browsing history to your location data, and from your health data to your social media data. We are building a data marketplace that enables you to monetize your data.”

71

The company’s goal is to create a digital platform that could support all the physical and virtual delivery process for a company, so that the company can focus on its core business.

71

A Facebook Messenger bot that helps you order takeout or delivery without having to call a restaurant.

70

This list does not include every startup that has accepted into YC, but only the startups that have launched since the program started.

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Two founders left YC to build a $10 per month service to help food delivery services become more cost effective and more like an on-demand service. It’s available in a few cities in the US, and it’s simple: a “geofenced” area with a few delivery zones that are cheaper than a full city block.

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"We believe that the world’s 2.5 billion farmers deserve access to information they can trust. We believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to improve their lives. We believe that, in the long run, this is good for the planet."

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A digital grocery delivery service

70

This startup’s tagline is “the first real-time CRM.” It works similarly to any other CRM, but with one key difference: it’s real-time and works a lot like a chat. It’s also very simple.

69

A food delivery service that will allow its customers to order their own vegetables, rice, and protein and have it delivered directly to their door.

69

A Facebook Messenger bot to order groceries from local stores and deliver them to your home. The company launched in 2017 as a way to increase delivery speeds, with the goal being to make deliveries within 30 minutes of the order being placed.

69

An AI-powered chatbot that will guide buyers through the home buying process, with an interface that is designed to make the experience very similar to that of a real agent. The startup believes that this will lead to a significant increase in home sales.

69

Delivery service that promises to get an item to you after a certain interval, following a route that minimizes driving, and lets you pick up items from a store.

69

A company that provides a platform for users to order food via text message, with a delivery fee attached.

69

A free, online dating service for very short-term relationships.

69

Part of a $100 million venture fund that’s investing in food technology startups, including a company that’s building a delivery service for food, and another that’s building a delivery network for food.

69

This is a platform for on-demand home services, like plumbers, electricians, and everything else.

68

In the past year, the startup has grown to have over 500 media outlets and over 1,000 reporters and editors, covering everything from sports to politics, and local to international. They’re aiming to grow that to 10,000 members and double the number of journalists that cover the news.

68

 A new type of meal-kit delivery service that aims to save consumers money by offering discounts when they order in bulk. The startup already has a few thousand customers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

68

A "grocery delivery and store-of-value" app, allowing users to order groceries, have them delivered to their door, and then sell them for a profit.

68

A job board for sales and marketing jobs, attracting 300,000 new jobs every month.

68

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

A delivery app that lets couriers send beer and wine deliveries to people’s homes for the same cost as ordering a pizza.

67

This is a messaging app for food delivery workers, with the startup promising to cut down on food waste.

67

A hamburger-focused delivery startup targeting the Bay Area, with a goal of having a minimum of $20 million in revenue by the end of the year.

67

A startup that wants to build a platform for managing and organizing your entire digital life. It’s a way to keep things organized on all your devices, including a “calendar of everything” that can be accessed from any device.

66

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.

66

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.

66

A food delivery startup that allows restaurants to stay open later and deliver food to people who don’t live in their neighborhood.

66

A coffee delivery service in San Francisco that is “delivering a new experience” to the coffee industry. The startup is a joint venture between a coffee roaster and a delivery service like Postmates.

65

A food delivery service that works with caterers and provides home delivery to over 100 cities in the US.

65

Postmates is a delivery service for local goods. Postmates is trying to build out a delivery-only service for people who have a car or bike, and don’t want to own a car or bike themselves, but don’t have anybody to give their stuff to.

65

A mobile app that helps people find their friends and family in a community, and you can share what you’re doing with them in real time, without sharing everything.

65

Amazon Alexa has invaded every household in the US. The company wants to make the device even more useful, by adding a voice-controlled interface for apps.

65

A software company that helps companies with legal needs to manage everything from legal agreements to legal research.

65

A tool that will allow marketers to connect with journalists to report stories with the ability to collaborate on the story’s delivery. The company wants to be a go-between that can provide access to journalists in order to make the story more valuable.

65

A restaurant delivery app for Miami. The startup helps restaurants deliver food to customers in their homes for pick up.

65

A startup that helps users book Airbnb-style rentals, which is still a very new industry in the U.S.

65

This app is a replacement for spreadsheets. The app helps users manage every aspect of their finances, including contracts, invoices, and approvals. The startup offers a monthly subscription fee for the software and gives users a free trial period.

64

A market research app that helps companies understand the wants and needs of their consumers better. It’s paid for by a company like SurveyGizmo or SurveyMonkey that charges a small fee every time a survey is completed.

64

This company is a cloud-based loyalty program that rewards users for everyday purchases, like a cup of coffee or a movie ticket.

64

A startup that sells a service where they send you a text message every day with a new quote or thought to get you thinking

63

A food delivery app that has a rewards program. The app is currently in private beta with the public beta expected in 2020.

63

This startup is building an app that helps people design their own personalized delivery drones. The drones will be powered by the startup’s own solar-powered drone charging technology.

63

A startup whose product is a secure private messaging app. In an environment where everyone is worried about their privacy, the startup wants to make messaging private and secure.

63

A startup that aims to help college students get answers to their questions about their health. There are an estimated 1.5 million students with health questions and a very limited number of resources to direct them to.

63

A startup that makes a sensor that attaches to the outside of buildings and measures the humidity and temperature for every room. The startup is currently working with a handful of commercial buildings across New York City.

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A last-mile delivery service for restaurants. The startup's founders say food deliveries are a $21 billion market and it's growing 15-20% per year.

62

building a tool to help small businesses manage their paper files, like sales invoices, in a way that’s really convenient for everyone. The startup’s CEO says that they’ve already sold their product to three big companies.

62

A discovery platform for specialized high-end clothing that’s based on the feedback of customers

62

The company has a fleet of self-driving delivery vans that can deliver anything from groceries to dry cleaning to furniture. The startup has 100 drivers in its first city of Los Angeles and plans to expand to other cities in the US and abroad.

62

Food delivery and home services in India with no delivery fees. The startup is looking to deliver a wide range of goods, from food to cleaning products, from thousands of businesses that have been vetted by the company.

62

This startup aims to make a hiring tool that is “instantly accessible and easy to use” that can “make every hire the right hire”. They have 1,000 happy customers and are profitable.

62

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.

62

A startup that lets you buy food delivery from your favorite cafes and restaurants from your phone.

61

A local delivery service that uses the power of group buying to bring the price of a meal down to a single total cost per person.

61

"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.

61

A media company that provides videos for doctors on evidence-based medicine, and for patients on everything from how to take their diabetes medication to how to use a wheelchair.

61

A platform that allows restaurants to automate their delivery processes and create a more consistent delivery experience.

60

We have been taught that investing is for the financially sophisticated. But SICAV’s goal is to make it simpler, more transparent and more accessible to people everywhere.

60

A startup that’s building a platform for drug discovery companies to more easily interact with clinical trial sites.

60

Very interested to see what comes of this product - the idea is to give you a way to create a smart contract with a shipping company that automatically tracks your package from the time it is picked up to the time it is delivered.

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A B2B platform that helps restaurants manage their food delivery operations. The startup, in operation in San Francisco and New York, has raised $5.6 million to date.

59

A way to sell excess inventory from a company. For example, if a company is making a lot of cases of a product that’s not selling very well, it can sell those cases to someone who needs cases.

59

A platform that helps people “find and share the best deals” for everything from gym memberships to long-distance driving.

59

The startup does everything from selling pallet racks to making sure your Facebook is not blocked.

59

A food delivery service using robots

59

A meal-kit delivery service like Blue Apron or Plated, but aimed at people who like to cook and pay for it themselves.

58

This company wants to help people find the very best school for their kid, and hopes to use its algorithm to help parents access information about school quality.

57

A startup founded by Apple alum, which aims to make it easier for people to clean their devices. In exchange for every $10 the company makes, it donates $1 to environmental causes.

57

This startup wants to make it possible to order food and drink delivery from your phone, via 1-click on an app.

57

A way to help fast food restaurants manage the waste they produce in their kitchens and on their premises. For every burger they’re able to cut, the startup is able to feed a human in need.

56

A food delivery service that takes a cut of each order. The startup’s delivery partners are close to becoming available in Brooklyn, with plans to expand to a dozen more by the end of the year. The startup charges a 20% delivery fee.

56

The startup is building a social network for people who love to cook, with an emphasis on making it a place where everyone can learn from each other’s cooking.

56

Online discovery service focused on solving the problem of finding the right home for your next vacation. The startup uses data and algorithms to help vacationers find the right home for their next trip.

56

A one-stop solution for warehouse management, with an API to help schedule and track movements of goods from order to delivery.

56

A platform for artists to share their work, connect with fans and find gigs. It’s a storytelling platform, but what makes it unique is that it’s open to everyone.

55

A food delivery service that delivers without the need for Internet.

55

A hardware startup that is building a fully autonomous delivery vehicle

55

An enterprise software company that works with local governments and educations systems, pitching its product as “the one app for everything.”

54

This startup wants to be the Netflix of dating. It wants to connect couples by matching them based on what they’re looking for in a partner. It also wants to keep track of everything couples do together.

54

A way to make paying taxes easier, with a tool that lets you pay your taxes in a way that’s more efficient than the IRS’ online tools. The startup also wants to make the tax process more predictable and transparent by providing a taxpayer’s tax form for every state, and giving an estimate of what the liability is.

54

A delivery service that gives customers the option to order a dozen or so items from a list of popular restaurants, which will be delivered to the customer’s home or office within an hour.

53

A startup that is building out a system to help people invest in both the stock market and their own homes, with a goal of making investing affordable for everyone.

53

A company that aims to help companies track spending for every product they ship and identify opportunities to reduce costs.

52

A search and discovery app for event producers.

52

Disrupting the $1.6 trillion global student loan market as we know it. According to the company, there are currently more than 200,000 different student loans, but very few of them are offered by the same company.

52

A next-generation restaurant delivery app that allows users to order food, track it and pay, all through a mobile app. What They Deliver is putting a new business model on the table to help restaurant owners grow their companies.

52

A software company that partners with restaurants to provide delivery and catering services. The startup has signed up more than 3,000 restaurants and is profitable.

52

A place where you can find courses in the US on everything from wine to yoga to machine learning.

51

This startup helps businesses accept payment in cryptocurrency through a platform that breaks up transactions into small, everyday transactions that are easier to process.

51

A Y Combinator alum is building a system to help companies build their own enterprise-grade mobile apps, saving them from having to build everything themselves.

51

 A startup called eCredentials is building a connected ring that stores and connects to your medical records, and lets you keep track of changes and see a history of everything you’ve ever had done.

51

A startup that lets companies build online stores with very little overhead.

51

The goal of the company is to replace the lack of dedicated parking spots for delivery people by creating a “park and pay” system.

51

A platform that helps developers of internet of things devices get their software into the hands of end users. The startup is focused on the “Internet of Stuff”, or the internet of things — a technology that allows everyday items to be connected to the internet and have their state monitored.

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A digital time machine, building on the seed money of $20 million in funding from investors. The company wants to get to the year 2045, “one hundred years from now” with every product, every service, and every interaction being digitally recorded and stored for posterity.

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(Note: This is an ongoing list, and I’m adding to it as soon as I hear about new startup pitches every week. I’ll keep updating when necessary.)

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A tool with a very simple interface that can help designers create landing pages, sales pages, or purchase pages. The company says they’ve already seen 40,000 clicks on their landing pages.

49

An accelerator for entrepreneurs who want to build on-demand delivery apps for the US.

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A company that makes it easier for developers to build apps for every device they can imagine: phone, tablet, tv, car, etc. The business is bootstrapped and has had a $1.3M in seed funding.

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A startup that wants to make sure that every part of your company is on the same page.

49

The startup is building an on-demand remote delivery service for restaurant takeout and delivery orders.

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A grocery delivery service that works with local farmers in the US. The startup wants to create a local food system for cities with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and food miles. The company is currently in the process of getting its first pilot partners.

48

A startup that works with the insurance industry to help streamline claims procedures, saving companies from having to send thousands of paper denial letters every year.

48

A startup that connects restaurants with home delivery services, so that customers can order food that’s ready when they get it. The startup has already raised $2.4 million in funding.

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A tool that helps people track packages in real time, so they know when the delivery is happening, and where exactly.

47

A communication and collaboration tool that compiles everything from your calendar into a single location. It’s meant to help an employee manage all their communication and project management needs.

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 A third-party insurance company that offers $0 monthly premiums to customers who pay in full every month.

46

A platform for artists and creatives to sell their products, using a very similar model to Etsy. Artist can make money by selling physical or digital products of their original artwork.

45

A company that helps restaurants, bars and coffee shops optimize their ordering process. The startup’s platform lets customers search for locations, get delivery options from there, and track orders.

45

A company building custom-branded, headless mobile apps for small businesses. It’s one of the more unusual companies in the program, with a very different business model than other companies in the program.

45

A startup that sends users a box of physical books for every month they sign up for.

45

This startup is building a last-mile delivery platform that puts the onus on the customer to order their own food.

44

A company that connects stores’ cashiers with our grocery delivery apps. Express Grocer lets customers order groceries from a local store and have them delivered to their door step.

44

A data-driven company that makes a program that helps people pay their utility bills every month. The startup is focused on helping customers keep their utility bills at a minimum.

44

A “social discovery and recommendation” app that enables people to discover new products and services from their other social media accounts, without them having to leave a platform.

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As Seen On TV is a YouTube channel that reviews and shares videos from the shows that air on TLC, the Discovery Channel, and History Channel. It was founded in January 2015.

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A loyalty app driven by a points system. Loyalty points can be earned and redeemed at over 3,000 retailers including Target, Best Buy, and Whole Foods. The startup says they are adding new retailers every week.

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A startup that helps chefs to manage the back-end of food delivery, including online ordering, inventory management and delivery scheduling.

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A company that lets you use the internet to buy and sell everything from iced coffee to air mattresses to motorcycles.

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An HR platform for startups and solo founders, offering a way to track progress on team building goals, and check in on how everyone is doing day-to-day.

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A startup that provides a “digital home” where someone can design and build a custom home online, and then have it shipped to them. The startup creates a 3D model of the house, and then puts it into a CAD program, which allows them to directly see the design, and put in every detail.

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Everyone has a friend or acquaintance that they’d like to loan money to, but they have no way to do so. MoneyBroker does just that, pairing people with other people in need of cash with those who have funds to give. The startup has already raised $2.5 million and is currently on-boarding more than 2,000 users a month.

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Nextbit wants to deliver Android in a way that lets you take your phone with you everywhere. It cuts down on background apps and syncs only the apps that you want to use with your phone. Available on Android and iOS.

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A “uniquely-designed” home security system that’s supposed to be “very simple to install and use”. Its price is low, and it’s meant for smaller homes.

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A company that makes software to help manage large group trips. It helps groups of people communicate itineraries and organize everything from hotel reservations to transportation to food.

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A startup that wants to create a universal code of conduct for employees, so that companies can be sure they’re following the same rules for everyone.

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A tool to help people create easily sharable images, using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Because of the way the attention economy works, every one of your images is worth more to someone else than to you.

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A startup building a delivery network for equipment and equipment-related items, particularly those in the industrial market.

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A startup using AI to help companies and individuals find the best price for everything from auto insurance to life insurance.

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A mobile app providing users with recommendations on where to eat in their city based on their location. The company says it processes over 20 million restaurant reviews every month.

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A technology company that creates “smart” thermostats for home and business use, allowing homeowners to control their thermostats via their smartphone. The company is led by CEO and founder Rajat Pahuja, who previously built a business in India called Shubh Loans that went “very profitable,” according to Pahuja.

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A startup that makes it easier for restaurants to manage their supply chain through a single software tool. The startup is trying to take on the role of the general contractor, managing everything from inventory to ordering to delivery.

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A startup that helps you find nearby restaurants that offer delivery and online ordering

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A home rental platform. The startup wants to let people rent out their homes. It’s a very young company, so it’s not clear how they’ll get the number of renters needed to make a dent in the real estate market.

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A company that helps improve the efficiency of service delivery for restaurants. Their model is to use automation to eliminate the costs of inefficient or underutilized staff and equipment, allowing restaurants to focus on creating more value.

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A local delivery service for restaurants to deliver lunch to people who are out and about.

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A platform for meal delivery to college students. Currently in a pilot with 40 students.

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A platform for companies to send and receive money from customers and suppliers very cheaply. It aims to be the PayPal of the developing world.

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Matchmakers for the gig economy. The company is building a platform to help people find and hire gig economy workers for specific gigs, whether it’s a ride share, delivery, or a nanny.

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A music discovery service that lets people upload music from their phones to play on all their devices, creating a sort of Pandora for your mobile devices.

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A startup that offers a subscription service for small businesses that comes with a free package of everything you need in order to set up your business.

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The startup is working to create an interface for the entire world’s supply chains, creating a single, centralized map that can be used to track and manage everything from production to delivery.

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A startup that wants to turn the internet of things into a powerful business tool. The company, founded by former GE engineers, wants to build a platform that combines everyday objects into a platform that can help with manufacturing, distribution, and inventory management.

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The company wants to make negotiating harder than it already is by providing a simple, searchable interface for employees to search the market for best deals on everything from Amazon Prime subscriptions to a new suit.

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A platform to help people understand the costs of their health insurance, very similar to the OpenHealth platform.

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A mobile app that creates “personalized news, alerts and recommendations for every user” — a sort of personalized news, or “Facebook for you”.

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A company that wants to build a meal kit delivery service. It currently has 6,000 users, with a $17,000 monthly recurring revenue run rate, and plans to launch in the first half of 2020.

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A tool that lets users make their own GIFs. The startup sees it as a new way of communicating online and wants to make it easy for everyone to create and share GIFs.

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A web-based service that aggregates and provides access to public data about real estate, letting people search for information and data about everything from price and listing inventory, to property tax rates and construction information.

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A company that’s building a network of food delivery services that can deliver meals at a time when many restaurants are closing at night

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A way of organizing parts of your life in a way that makes sense, allowing you to “organize everything in one place, and all the right things are right where you need them.”

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A pizza app that allows you to order delivery from local pizzerias.

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A startup that wants to create a unified messaging platform for every device in a person’s life.

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A food delivery service that delivers meals from local restaurants to users' homes

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A platform that connects restaurants and their customers, and allows them to order take-out and delivery from their phones.

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A web platform that focuses on e-commerce, food delivery and other service-based businesses.

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A tool for search and discovery of technical talent

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A food delivery app in the US that is working with a handful of restaurants to get deliveries in under an hour. It has already raised $6M.

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A way to buy and sell everything from a car to a house. They’re focused on the mom-and-pop home remodeling market in the US

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It’s a subscription based service that sends users a new piece of content every week.

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A machine learning startup that builds innovative software to help people learn and save money on everyday purchases.

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This startup is building an app that helps you browse and buy clothes in a world where it’s hard to find a style you like. At launch, the app will feature over 1,000 brands from across the world, but the plan is to expand to everything.

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A payments startup that helps merchants accept all major credit cards by charging them the same price. PayMill charges the merchant a flat 2.5% fee for every credit card transaction.

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A mobile app that helps people find the best deals on local flights. The startup is already seeing 1,000 downloads every week and is expanding nationally with a $500,000 investment.

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A shopping app that brings product discovery, price and availability data to comparison shopping, with an emphasis on simplicity.

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If you’re a regular user of Basecamp, you might like the new Slack integration that lets you do almost everything you can do in Basecamp using a Slack channel. The startup is building a Basecamp for the Slack crowd.

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A platform for businesses (mostly restaurants) to offer delivery services without having to depend on third parties.

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The startup wants to build a “third-party insurance-for-everyone” platform that offers affordable health insurance. The startup has already built a network that serves around 200,000 people in the US and has raised $3.5 million.

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A food delivery service for home chefs. The startup aims to make food delivery from home as easy as ordering pizza from Domino's in the US.

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An on-demand food delivery service for going out to dinner.

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A web and mobile app for restaurants, allowing them to manage their kitchen operations from anywhere in the world. The startup also works with the restaurant delivery companies Postmates and DoorDash.

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Another startup that wants to take on Amazon's grocery delivery business

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“A product discovery platform for product teams”. It’s essentially like a resume manager that lets you see what your peers are doing in other companies, and gauge how you stack up against them.

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"FastCo" lists the top startups in the world every year. The list is based on revenue, but also factors in the startup's presence on other "fast-growing" lists, including those published by "Forbes", "Inc." and "Forbes Europe".

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The startup delivers everything you need to get started with your brick-and-mortar store on Amazon.

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A startup for people who want to donate their old home appliances, furniture, and other items for reuse. The startup says that in the US alone, more than 10 million items go unused in storage every year.

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 A credit card linked to your bank account, like a debit card with your bank’s approval. The card can be used everywhere the bank accepts credit cards. The startup has raised $1.5 million in seed funding from a single investor, Andreessen Horowitz.

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A way to track every action you take on your phone — from every app, to every game, to every message you send — and turn it into a data-driven game engine that lets you play games without the need for a giant library of content.

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The world of finance is changing dramatically, and there’s a lot of confusion around how new technologies like fintech will impact financial services. Fintech can take the form of apps, startups, and platforms, or it can be composed of a mix of all three. Fintech is a catch-all term that can include everything from cryptocurrencies, to artificial intelligence, to machine learning, and more. Fintech startup solutions help companies navigate these changes.

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A platform for photographers to create and sell downloadable photo books. Delivery is currently only via PDF, but the startup is looking to add other forms, including photo books with physical pages.

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A food delivery service for restaurants. The startup offers customers a subscription model, giving them access to a $20-30 menu of food available between the hours of 8am and 2am.

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A grocery delivery business in the UK. Postmates offers services like same-day grocery delivery, which is especially useful to people living in urban environments where it’s hard to get to grocery stores.

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A tool for extenders to find supplements and medicines for arthritis and other conditions. The company is also developing a delivery system for the delivery of these medicines.

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Builds on the Chariot ride-hailing app for major cities in North America. The company says it’s adding more and more supply every day.

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A travel booking app for the US market that’s focused on building long-term relationships, rather than creating new reservations every time. It features a single price which is then split between their members.

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A new app that aggregates everything from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube to allow you to find a specific song or video, plus the biggest trending songs and videos.

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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 chatbot for cleaning services that can be used by small employers, bringing a bit of automation to a very manual process.

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A startup that helps companies manage and track their supply chain with a software platform that creates “an inventory of everything”.

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A tool for people to track and visualize their financial transactions. The startup is building the platform around the idea that people don’t want to track everything, but they want to track their finances.

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A startup focused on user-friendly music discovery. The startup wants to create a desktop experience around music discovery that will allow users to browse and listen to songs, and also see what others are listening to.

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A scheduling and booking tool for food delivery services.

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An API that helps companies that are not Amazon Prime members see how much they spend on Prime every month.

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Local delivery of food, groceries, and other perishables to residences and offices. They aim to solve the problem of not being able to get food on time because of busy schedules.

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A music streaming service that focuses on music discovery. Co-founded by former Rdio and Spotify engineers, the startup will offer a curated “radio” experience, as well as a social experience where users can follow artists and share what they’re listening to.

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A grocery delivery service that’s part of the Amazon Fresh network. Dash delivers groceries to customers’ homes with the promise of same- or next-day delivery.

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A video game that teaches how to drive a car. Players control a virtual car and drive around a course, following the rules of the road, and avoiding obstacles such as other cars and pedestrians. The game is meant for the very beginning of novice drivers, teaching them to drive without the risk of crashing.

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A Google-designed browser that makes everything on the web searchable.

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This B2B SaaS company is building a program that helps companies manage their product delivery services and handle issues like returns and warranty claims.

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-Two-factor authentication, much like Google Authenticator, but for every service, including cloud-based software and device apps.

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The company’s founders speak of a future where the internet of things (IoT) and the internet of everything (IoE) converge, allowing users to control the devices in their homes directly from their phones.

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A tool for restaurant owners and employees that helps them with the everyday tasks of running a restaurant. With the app, you can order takeout, track tips, and review your shift.

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A remote control for your coffee machine, allowing you to brew the perfect cup every single time.

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Food delivery service that has ambitions to be the Uber of urban food delivery.

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A startup that’s building the infrastructure for an on-demand delivery system for restaurants.

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A small team of developers and designers are building a simple, yet comprehensive, social network for everyone.

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A startup that is building an AI-powered app for home delivery of plant medicine.

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A startup that wants to build a decentralized banking system. The founders say that banks are creating systems that are too expensive and too clunky to be used, and that the market is underserved — especially by credit cards, which are used by everyone in the world, but for which there’s no good way to transfer money across borders.

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A startup for ordering local delivery food from restaurants, with delivery promised in under 30 minutes. The startup has raised $1.6 million in pre-seed funding.

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A food delivery platform for small businesses that is focused on reducing the financial burden of running a brick and mortar restaurant. It aims to lower the cost of running a restaurant by providing the owner with the tools to order their own food and have it delivered. The company has raised $10 million in funding.

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LogMeIn is an online business continuity and disaster recovery tool used by businesses and organizations of all sizes. Users can access their computers and data in times of trouble, and moreover, take advantage of its free iPhone/Android apps for remote access and file sharing.

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A business that seeks to create the next generation of data reporting for agencies, which are tasked with crunching the numbers on everything from city budgets to loan applications.

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E-commerce site for America’s small towns, offering everything from electronics to home goods. The company is looking for more partners to grow the business.

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Everyone is doing it: Amazon, eBay, Walmart, then you have Home Depot and Lowe’s. But Meijer, a Midwest-based retailer that operates grocery stores and a number of other retail chains. Meijer is looking to use the e-commerce trend to stay ahead of its rivals and has begun selling products that haven’t been available in stores in the past, like wine and cheese.

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A system for managing payments and inventory for restaurants, including a point of sale system. It’s also a local marketplace with delivery services. It currently has 14 employees.

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A meat delivery service for restaurants. The startup, which has raised a $500,000 seed round led by Khosla Ventures, is working with restaurants and chains to deliver lunch and dinner to customers in San Francisco, New York City, and Boulder, Colorado.

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Telling people’s stories is great, but not every story is worth telling—at least, not all the time. This startup is trying to make it easy to tell your stories, but only when it’s a good idea.

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J.P. Morgan recently launched a drone delivery service that delivers medical supplies to the roof of a building.

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A food-ordering app that evens out the randomness of food delivery and allows users to track their order from real-time updates on the app.

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A food delivery service that uses a fleet of small delivery scooters to deliver food to busy city streets.

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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 “guilt-free meal delivery service for people who want to eat healthier but struggle to make time for cooking”.

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A platform for food and retail delivery in India. The startup wants to help the 1,100 billion rupee (US$14.8 billion) food and retail sector in India optimize its supply chain and distribution.

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A startup that lets companies conduct discovery events and get feedback from a target market in just a few weeks.

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A startup that helps make your everyday tasks more efficient, such as scheduling a meeting, creating a shopping list, or tracking a package.

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A mobile app that allows users to schedule grocery stores for pickup and delivery

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A $2.99 app that allows you to find, order, and track your packages as they move through the delivery process.

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A delivery platform for restaurants that lets them track the progress of their orders and instantly communicate with customers.

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A startup that provides a service for people to have a list of companies they’ve applied to sent to them every month so they can follow up

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A startup that sells a subscription box service where you get a box of random items every month

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A startup that sells a book where you can find a recipe for every possible food you can imagine

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A startup that provides a service where you can post a free ad for your lost pet and it gets sent out to everyone in your

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A startup that provides a service for picking up groceries for you at a certain time every week

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A startup that provides a service for people who are going through a divorce They do everything for you, including finding your next partner

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A startup that turns your home into a smart home, lets you monitor and control everything from your phone

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Idea: A platform to bring great coffee to everyone, everywhere The startup is building a barista-grade coffee brewing system using the Nespresso capsule format The company says it has $8,500 in monthly recurring revenue

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Idea: Personalized, affordable health insurance for every American

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Idea: A Delivery Service for the US Postal Service

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Idea: The "Uber" of food delivery for meds

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Idea: Previously, the company was raising money under the name Tender, which would have been a food delivery service that employed the same “crowd delivery” model as Munchery or Peach Now, the company is simply called Tender, and will be an online marketplace for farmers

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Idea: On-demand delivery for the marijuana industry

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Idea: Software that helps digital agencies manage the billing process, making sure every team member gets paid on time and bills are clear

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Idea: Delivery of groceries to your door

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Idea: Every week, the startup sends people a bag of clothes that they’ve selected based on an algorithm that takes into account their preferences and the weather

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Idea: A startup for “last-mile delivery” to help customers get packages from warehouses to their door The startup has been live for a few months and has $6,000 in revenue per month

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Idea: A company building zero-knowledge privacy VPN/proxy for web browsing Everyone from individuals to companies can use it to access the Internet privately and securely

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Idea: Overlaps with Postmates, Instacart, and DoorDash — a delivery app for small businesses.

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Idea: A startup that wants to replace your wallet with a digital payments card, with one card that works everywhere. They charge a fee for the card, and also receive a cut of the fees merchants pay for the transaction.

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Idea: A voice-activated “interface for the real world”, like a “JARVIS for the physical world”. The founders say it currently “works with every major cloud provider”, and that they’re looking to partner with companies that need the technology to build in-house platforms.

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A “subscription commerce” platform for selling art. The startup charges $5 per month for 3 paintings, which subscribers receive in the mail every month.

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Idea: This startup simplifies the process of creating certificates of deposit for retail customers by creating a very simple web-based platform. The service is currently free, and the founders say they’re working on pricing.

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Idea: A startup that helps companies who sell to other companies (B2B) to create proposals, with a very simple interface that reminds you of Salesforce’s.

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A startup that helps online businesses sell merchandise through Walmart. Their pitch is that it costs $5 on Walmart to sell every $100 of merchandise, while on Amazon it’s $20/100.

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Idea: A startup that’s building a software platform for on-demand logistics, for things like food delivery, urban farming, and other forms of non-standard courier services.

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Idea: A platform for getting the most out of your coffee. The startup offers three products: a coffee subscription service, a coffee maker that brews a single cup at a time, and a French press. Their subscription service offers 12 different types of coffee every month.

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Idea: This is a startup that makes a “smart” doorbell. It has a camera, a microphone, and a speaker. Users can talk to delivery and service providers through the doorbell, and the device can be used to monitor and intervene in domestic abuse cases.

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Idea: A startup that is building an internet for everything. Blockstack wants to create a platform that allows apps to work on any device without requiring a centralized server.

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Idea: A startup that wants to be the Open Table of the cannabis industry, creating an online directory of marijuana dispensaries and delivery services.

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Idea: A holiday-specific grocery delivery service started by two former Amazon employees.

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Idea: A startup that’s built a platform for restaurants to manage online delivery orders, featuring a dashboard to help restaurants manage customer feedback and track their online orders.

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Idea: A startup for online food delivery aimed at solving the “last mile” problem, where it’s too expensive to deliver to some locations.

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Idea: An online marketplace of products made by independent designers. Designers can keep 90% of sales, or have the option to partner with the startup for a 40% revenue share. The startup also aims to make the discovery process easier by curating the top items from each designer.

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Idea: A way to make warehouse robots more efficient, by helping them grab items from shelves and move them to delivery vehicles more quickly.

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Idea: A new kind of ecommerce platform for physical goods, where every product page has a video embedded. The company calls itself “a new kind of ecommerce platform for physical goods, where every product page has a video embedded.” Users can watch videos to hear the story behind the product, or if they want, can touch the screen and hear the video narrated by a voiceover.

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Idea: A new consumer-focused mobile payments app to replace credit cards The company aims to reduce friction by letting users buy things with their phone instead of having to pull out their wallet They want to replace everyone’s credit card information The startup has processed over $1MM in payments

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A startup to buy and sell used cars, with a focus on providing a safe and easy way for folks to manage everything involved in the process. The startup wants to make it easy to sell a car without involving a third party.

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Blackbox is trying to tackle the problem of consumer credit scores, which are used to help determine creditworthiness, but are not very accurate. The startup is building a credit scoring tool that uses data from places like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to determine creditworthiness.

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A startup that gives people a platform to post everything from their trip to the grocery store and how they spent their money

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