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A startup that provides financial planning for high net worth individuals and families, and which has worked with the likes of Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Fidelity.

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M-KOPA is a tool allowing developers to create their own specialized hardware. The founders say the company has sold $4M worth of hardware over the last two years, though they’ve only launched on Kickstarter today.

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

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A startup that wants to make it easy for organizations to find out what their data is worth to various other companies, and can help companies sell their data.

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A personal finance app that lets users track their expenses and net worth.

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A credit score for websites, allowing users to get information on their creditworthiness without needing to apply for credit.

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Each week, the startup curates a list of 3-10 new books, videos, podcasts, and articles from the industry and the web that it thinks are worth reading and listening to. The startup also curates a weekly newsletter.

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Media startups are often built on the back of a single product, such as Skype or YouTube. The company’s founders say its technology can help companies figure out whether a new product is worth the investment.

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This company is building a stock market for real estate, which it says is worth $1.4 trillion. The startup says they have $100 million in seed funding from investors like Accel, Greylock, and Andreessen Horowitz, as well as a $50 million Series A round led by Sapphire Ventures.

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A startup that aims to make it easy for high-net-worth individuals to have their own “pension” accounts

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A startup for buying and selling donated furniture, which it says is worth more than $30 billion, has been in operation since 2012.

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A startup that helps you find out exactly how much your home is worth. It’s a handy way to compare properties in your area.

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A tool to help companies identify which of their customers are at risk for churn, allowing them to target people who might be worth their time.

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They’re building a credit scoring platform that looks at your credit history, social media presence, and other things to predict your creditworthiness.

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A startup that’s building an ecommerce platform for the toy industry, targeting a market that’s worth $100 billion by 2025.

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An ad network that focuses on under-served demographics, focusing on users who are under 18 and worth around $600 to advertisers.

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A consumer credit score for the US that scores potential customers on their creditworthiness.

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BookNow is a service for online ordering and payment for food, flowers, theater tickets, and more. The company claims it has sold over $10,000 worth of tickets in four months. They’re also getting some attention from investors.

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A startup that makes a mobile app to help people find the closest pharmacy, whose market is worth $68 billion.

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A startup that helps middle-aged men build and maintain their net worth.

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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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An online platform for people to sell and buy their own cars. The company has already sold over $200,000 worth of vehicles, and has signed up over 400 sellers.

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A business plan for a startup is like a sales pitch. It’s vague. It’s hard to see its potential. And it’s hard to know if it’s worth checking out. So many founders miss out on the chance to grow their business because they don’t have this thing called a business plan that explains how they’ll do it. The goal of this startup is to make it easy for anyone to write that plan. It’s currently only available in the Bay Area.

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A startup for freelance writers, editors, and translators. The startup is in its pre-launch phase, but has already sold $3,000 worth of services. It’s not a traditional marketplace, instead relying on a closed community of writers and translators who are all working on the same project.

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A tech startup whose product is a home-based network of technicians that fixes your home’s issues or installs equipment. The company says that since it launched in early 2019 it has already had several million dollars worth of work.

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 A maker of waterproof backpacks for the outdoors, a market that’s worth $1.2 billion and growing.

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A company that’s building a credit scoring system that predicts consumers’ creditworthiness, then helps them build a credit score.

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An online marketplace for buying and selling used items and goods. The company is using a technology called RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) to allow consumers to scan an item and find out what they’re worth on the platform, which they say is a cheaper way to buy used goods, and helps sellers by cutting out the middleman.

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A software-as-a-service company that helps B2B companies automate and secure their supply chains, a niche the founders say is worth $50 billion.

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A tool for various health-related startups. The startup helps startups on the cusp of launching gather advice from experts in the field. It charges a small fee starting at $99, but founder Alex Goodyear says it’s worth it for the experience.

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To help the fresh produce industry, which is worth $100 billion in the US, Farmako hopes to build a “smart warehouse” that uses artificial intelligence to track when and where fruit and vegetables are grown, to help ensure they’re grown locally.

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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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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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A startup meant to help people find out if a hotel room is worth the cost.

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A way for anyone who wants to get into real estate investing to get started. In order to get started, you get a monthly subscription of $1,000 worth of Real Estate Investing services from a network of experts.

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A platform for creating and distributing podcasts. The company is currently in private beta, and has already sold $2 million worth of ad-free podcasts, which are spread across categories like health, finance, travel, and parenting.

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A startup for buying, selling and trading used cars. The startup has already attracted over 15,000 sellers and has processed over $600,000 worth of transactions.

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A personal finance app that helps people track their spending and save money. Based on a survey of over 1,000 people, the company found that the top things most people wanted to track were their net worth, credit, and income.

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A phone-based service that automates the selling of your personal information. The idea is that if you’re selling your information, you want to sell it at the most efficient price, and the company helps you do that. The startup says it has already done $70 million worth of transactions.

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A startup that makes it easier for companies to hire doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals by making it clear what they’re worth and how they can become a part of the company.

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A startup that makes it easy to share photos of your food on social networks, so your dinner party is more Instagram-worthy.

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A web-based platform that lets you track your net worth, manage bank accounts, and borrow money from the bank

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A startup that sells a tool where you can see how much the things in your home are worth

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Idea: A startup that helps people ship their used items to buyers. The founder says that she’s already sold $3,000 worth of items in her first two months.

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Idea: A toolkit for creating custom voice apps for companies and brands. The company says it’s already working with $20 billion worth of companies and it’s now trying to add more enterprise customers.

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Idea: A startup that is building a platform to handle the logistics of overnights, with a focus on the hospitality industry. The startup currently has over 500 hotels as customers, and has processed over $2M worth of laundry.

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