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1 year ago

A startup that wants to sell insurance to people who own property, and who want to protect it in the event of a fire. The startup has already built a platform for homeowners to claim their coverage, but needs to raise $5 million to build out a back-end system and additional products.

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1 year ago

Two different hardware startups that aim to help businesses set up a server farm on the cheap. Both claim their products are the lowest-cost solution for businesses looking to set up a private cloud.

233
5 months ago

A startup that claims to be “the Tinder of the apartment market”, allowing people to find roommates and share apartments.

215
1 year ago

A company with a market cap of $30 million that claims to be the “Uber of dog-walking”.

213
2 years ago

Idea: A digital identity platform that allows people to prove who they are to anyone with a linked mobile phone number The startup claims they can onboard a new user within minutes

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1 year ago

A startup that makes it easier to track medical bills, insurance claims, and other healthcare-related expenses.

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1 year ago

A New York-based startup that’s building a tool for health insurance companies to streamline claims processing and increase speed for submitting claims.

141
2 years ago

A technology company that helps insurance companies manage claims, follow up with patients and reduce fraud.

130
2 years ago

Messenger is a messaging app that makes automated music recommendations to users based on their music library. The company claims that it’s already making millions of dollars in revenue, and that it’s not reliant on ads. It’s making money through subscriptions, which it says is a way to get around the ad-tech competition.

130
2 years ago

A tool for in-person recruiting events. The company claims to have 3,000 customers, including Y Combinator, and operates in over 50 countries.

128
2 years ago

A travel app that claims to be fully integrated with Airbnb. The startup’s founders say they’ve already been in talks with Airbnb about using their platform.

127
2 years ago

A startup that helps insurance companies manage their customer accounts and claims. Founded in May.

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2 years ago

A company that claims to have “saved” over $2 billion for businesses and individuals.

120
2 years ago

This company is building a way to leverage the 50 million unclaimed American Express rewards cards that are sitting in a dormant state, unclaimed. The company wants to make it easier for companies to manage those rewards cards.

119
2 years ago

The Delhi-based startup is building a platform that helps users book flights, hotels, and car rentals with a single app. The company claims it can slash travel costs by as much as 80 percent.

119
2 years ago

This is a loyalty platform for businesses, with a twist: users only get points for small purchases. The company claims it’s already profitable.

118
2 years ago

A real estate investment platform that claims it will help reduce real estate agent commissions by up to 80%.

118
2 years ago

A product that helps people track their health and insurance claims in one place.

117
2 years ago

Services for the insurance industry, like a SaaS tool to help insurance companies automate claims processes.

114
2 years ago

A New York-based startup that claims to be the first in the world to offer a virtual reality-based storytelling course designed for the music industry.

114
2 years ago

A startup that uses a software program to crunch open data to predict land value The startup claims that it can predict land value more accurately than appraisers and cheaper than buying survey data

113
2 years ago

The company claims the idea is "boring, obvious and yet so necessary" in an email.

113
2 years ago

A startup that claims to be able to help businesses with their mobile IT needs.

113
2 years ago

A “robot lawyer” intended to help handle the 1 million product law claims the company receives per year.

113
2 years ago

Builds and delivers smart meters for solar farms in India. The startup claims that it’s the lowest cost alternative to utility-scale solar.

113
1 year ago

A startup that connects users with local services. The company claims to organize services by proximity, and to have a network of over 20,000 service providers.

112
2 years ago

A tool that helps brands looking to engage with influencers. The company claims to be able to find influencers in any niche, bringing them into a social network.

111
2 years ago

A web-based business that helps companies with a range of issues, including risk management, HR, and health and safety. The company uses AI and machine learning to make sense of insurance claims data.

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2 years ago

A software company that helps insurance auto brokers become more profitable by streamlining their claims processes. They’re aiming to reach $2.5 million in revenue in the first year.

109
2 years ago

A venture that is building a platform for managing insurance claims across the United States.

108
2 years ago

A tool that helps small businesses streamline their operations via a cloud-based tool with CRM and marketing automation. The startup wants to help companies set up their own platforms, which they claim can help save 15% to 40% of costs.

108
2 years ago

This is a water filtration system that claims to remove 99.9% of all bacteria, viruses, and cysts, using FOSS technology.

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2 years ago

A platform for automating the complex insurance claims process by automating the tedious and error-prone work of collecting and analyzing data. It’s meant to help insurers, insurance brokers, and hospital systems.

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2 years ago

This startup is building an enterprise-level analytics platform within an insurance company. The software helps insurance companies better understand claims and assess risk.

106
2 years ago

A SaaS company that claims to let companies scale their mobile payments infrastructure as needed.

106
1 year ago

A startup that lets you pay someone to help you out with a task. The startup claims to have more than 2,000 clients, with $4.7 million in paid labor.

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1 year ago

A company that claims to have created a system to automate the process of order fulfillment on web stores. The idea is to get a handle on a tangle of order-tracking tools and automate them into a single interface.

106
2 years ago

A company that consolidates all of the different personal injury claims you’ve filed against your employer into one easy-to-manage system.

105
2 years ago

A cloud-based system for managing healthcare claims and data for a range of customers and providers. Ivol is a startup that uses AI to sort claims for insurers and then helps physicians and hospitals with the claims and data.

105
2 years ago

TeleServ is building a service that helps people track and improve the speed of their insurance claim. The company offers a set of tools that let people track claims, check claims status, and communicate with service reps.

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2 years ago

 A new way of managing insurance claims and claims processing, that aims to reduce fraud and errors.

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2 years ago

A cloud-based telemedicine platform, which launched in May and claims to help doctors and patients bridge the gap that currently exists between in person and remote diagnosis and treatment.

103
2 years ago

A cybersecurity startup offering enterprise-grade security for small companies. The company claims to have already brought in $1.5M in revenue. Possibly a conflation of the financial services startup and the cybersecurity startup,

102
2 years ago

This is a travel-based insurance service that aims to help vacationers abroad claim on health insurance they already have in the US.

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1 year ago

A startup that uses machine learning to help brands find the right person for the job. They claim to have found just the right person for 1,900 positions, including jobs at Uber and Goldman Sachs.

101
2 years ago

CEO and co-founder, Josh, is a self-proclaimed "Serial Entrepreneur." He's built startups in the past five years, including a few that were acquired by larger tech companies.

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1 year ago

A a service that helps companies woo new hires with perks. The company claims to have 30% to 40% retention rates with its first job.

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1 year ago

A company that provides a way for users to streamline the process of submitting and managing insurance claims.

100
2 years ago

A startup that builds software for managing technology and data for colleges. The company claims to have over $6 million in monthly recurring revenue, and counts Dow Jones as one of its customers.

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2 years ago

A company that uses social media to measure sales. The company claims to be the first to use programmatic buying to measure sales.

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1 year ago

A subscription-based service that allows people to get their medical records from their primary care physician to a specialist at their choice for a fee. The company also claims that it can help people find specialists within a certain time frame.

99
2 years ago

 This startup uses AI to detect insurance fraud and fraudulently- or improperly-claimed benefits. It offers a risk score and recommendations that help agents and customers decide on policies.

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1 year ago

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

98
2 years ago

A startup that allows contractors to offer their clients a discount on their services, claiming it will save them money and the client time. It’s based on a model in Australia where a contractor can get a discount on their services by using a platform like that.

96
2 years ago

A B2B company that helps banks take advantage of underutilized data in their systems. The company claims its technology can help banks save up to $500m a year.

96
2 years ago

A network for home insurance agents that helps them find customers and get them claims faster

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1 year ago

 A startup that is working with insurance companies to create a single app to manage all of their claims.

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2 years ago

This is a tool that helps small business with their tax returns. The startup is called TurboTax because it claims to be a more comprehensive and efficient way to get your taxes done.

91
2 years ago

They are building a website for buying and selling used cars in the US that allows users to create and manage a car listing. They also have an app for users to find cars for sale (which they claim would be the first app of its kind to gain Apple approval.)

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2 years ago

 This startup wants to disrupt the insurance industry by creating a platform that connects users directly with experts and their claims.

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1 year ago

The startup wants to bring order to the insurance claims process by cutting out the paperwork and paying a claims adjuster to handle the paperwork for you.

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2 years ago

A startup that wants to build an analytics platform for restaurants, which they claim will allow restaurants to engage in more precise, targeted marketing, and track employee satisfaction.

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2 years ago

A platform that helps colleges and universities manage and share course-related data. The company claims to have over 300 clients, and at present has over 10M enrolled students.

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2 years ago

A startup that wants to help organizations build better customer service experiences. The startup builds artificial intelligence to help organizations capture customer insights with its software. It claims to be able to predict customer service issues by scanning a customer’s social media activity.

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2 years ago

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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1 year ago

The startup wants to bring the cloud to the world of physical data. It claims it can build a data warehouse out of any physical machine in the world — even from a broken down machine.

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2 years ago

A computer vision startup that wants to use machine learning and image recognition to make product photos more complete. The startup says their technology can improve the accuracy of product photos 40% with claims to be able to identify colors, shapes and other features of products.

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1 year ago

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.

85
2 years ago

A peer-to-peer marketplace for reclaimed building material, with a well-documented process for sourcing and ensuring quality before selling. The company’s founders are also part of a collective that works to repair Habitat for Humanity homes.

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1 year ago

This startup is building a way to manage insurance claims for auto, home, life, and business insurance.

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2 years ago

A social media app that claims to help people “organically grow their social networks”.

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2 years ago

The company is building an app that helps companies to purchase and sell used cars. The company’s claim is that it’s the only app that allows you to purchase a used car in under 90 seconds.

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2 years ago

A startup that’s building a tool to help people maintain their phone’s warranty, the company claims.

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1 year ago

A digital library for insurance claims denials that allows users to search by claims date, policy number, and treatment. The app also provides a log of all denials by date and saves a copy of the denial letter for each policy.

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1 year ago

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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1 year ago

A software platform that helps insurance companies manage claims. Currently 3 people are working on the startup, which is still in the idea stage.

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1 year ago

A platform that helps companies manage warranty claims. It’s an internal tool for companies, but they’re looking to add third-party vendors to use the platform as well.

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2 years ago

A platform that automates and centralizes the insurance claims process, claiming to reduce costs in the process by up to 30%.

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1 year ago

A startup that connects insurance companies to underwriters in the event of a claim, allowing everyone to focus on customer service while the underwriting process is handled.

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9 months ago

A company that wants to build out a “citizen army” of robots that can do warehouse work and increase efficiency. The founders claim they can do the same work in half the time by pairing robots with humans.

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1 year ago

A platform for consumers and brands to build out ads for their own sites and the company will do the rest. The company claims to have a six-figure monthly run rate, with $100 million in monthly ad revenue. The company says they have 1,000 brands running campaigns on their platform.

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2 years ago

This startup is built to help programmatic marketers manage their tune-up purchases. The startup claims to help retailers with multichannel inventory, real-time fraud detection, and daily auditing.

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1 year ago

A company that lets people borrow a single printer that can print out 100,000 copies of a document. This smart printer will print at an incredibly high resolution — the company claims it will print at “40 times the resolution of a typical home printer”.

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1 year ago

A startup that aims to connect insurance agencies with companies with insurance needs and claims to help them manage risk.

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1 year ago

In January, the team at this startup launched a video-editing application that looks to improve the quality of videos with a focus on face detection and video stabilization. The startup claims to have gained 1,000 users since its launch.

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1 year ago

A software stack for claims processing. The company, founded by a former legal executive, aims to reduce the cost of claims processing by 10-20%. It has raised $5.1 million in funding.

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1 year ago

A product that claims to help people transition from a full-time to a part-time lifestyle. It’s working with about 10 clients in the US.

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1 year ago

This is a software platform for building customized software. The startup claims to have more than 1,000 clients worldwide, including HP, AT&T, Nest, and Dreamworks.

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11 months ago

A digital platform that provides accounts and payment solutions to service providers, retailers and manufacturers. It claims to have an 85% market share in India.

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10 months ago

Build a tool to help make insurance claims “smart.”

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1 year ago

A health insurance app which allows users to submit their medical claims and payment information with a couple of taps on their phone. The startup is a bit of an interesting case study for the healthcare sector. They launched in March and have over 1,000 customers already. They're profitable for the first time.

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1 year ago

A startup that claims to make it easier to convert your product ideas into real products. The company takes your idea, converts it into a product design, and then orders the parts they need to turn it into a real product.

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1 year ago

A startup that lets you find your lost laptop, computer, or smartphone, and gives you a place to file a claim

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1 year ago

An online marketplace for used items, which they claim has a $10-million monthly revenue stream via their website.

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1 year ago

A tool designed for insurance adjusters to manage claims and automate the process of getting a home inspection.

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4 months ago

A dating app for people living in the US that claims to be “better than Tinder”, with features like a “health score”, a “work score”, and a “social score”

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1 year ago

A remote brain-computer interface startup, which claims to be cheaper, faster, and more accurate than existing solutions.

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1 year ago

It’s a company that hires independent researchers to evaluate the credibility of news stories. The startup says it has a staff of more than 30 researchers in the US and Europe and claims to be the fastest growing news-biased fact-checking startup in the US.

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8 months ago

 A startup for managing the logistics of moving your home to a new location. It claims to reduce the cost of moving by up to 70%. It’s also working with a handful of real estate companies to help them manage their property data and make it more accessible.

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1 year ago

A company that claims to make the barcode into a more useful tool, making it possible to track things like copies, subscriptions, and more.

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1 year ago

A UK-based startup that works with banks and insurance companies to track and manage mobile phone insurance claims.

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10 months ago

A startup that claims to be able to get its customers access to long-term care insurance in as little as 10 minutes.

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1 year ago

A platform for new-hire onboarding that uses an “heuristic-based” system to determine the employee’s job fit. Previously, most company HR has been based on a 90-10 fit scale with 10 being the best fit, but the company claims it can do better.

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1 year ago

A company that aims to improve the process of buying insurance and getting it reimbursed by insurance companies. The startup claims they can save companies $2,600 in one-time expenses, and up to $2,000 annually within three years.

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1 year ago

A company called SmartPay that claims to be building a service that allows merchants to accept digital currency payments without having to install a terminal.

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8 months ago

A startup that claims to be the first “Internet of Things” company that is also building a SaaS platform for developers.

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8 months ago

A software company that provides a patent-pending, automated patent-review software that they claim can reduce the time to market by up to 40% for new inventions.

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1 year ago

This startup wants to solve the problem of keeping track of customers’ payments for businesses and helps them with a phone app and a digital solution that they claim are more accurate and cheaper.

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1 year ago

A way to keep track of your health insurance, insurance claims, and health care expenses.

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1 year ago

An AI-based solution for managing HR. HR24 claims to have a unique process for hiring, which they say is 15x faster than the average hiring process.

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1 year ago

A company that hopes to win the $2 billion global insurance market by reaching underserved populations and saving billions on claims.

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1 year ago

A video-sharing platform that allows users to sell and promote their videos. The company claims to have 1.7 million users.

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1 year ago

A company that’s building a platform to help doctors make claims to insurance companies over health care expenses.

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3 months ago

A smartphone app that provides a list of nearby unclaimed or abandoned items.

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11 months ago

A way to securely send data from iOS devices to the cloud. The startup claims to be the only secure messaging service that can do this.

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1 year ago

An online tool that helps people track their credit card spending. The startup claims to have over 400,000 users and says it has saved users over $1 million.

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1 year ago

A platform for businesses to manage their insurance claims, streamlining the claims process and helping companies save money on premiums and time.

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1 year ago

A personal finance site that helps users keep track of their spending and budget. The company launched in April 2018 and claims over 10,000 users.

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10 months ago

A startup that claims to have the lowest fees for mobile payment processing.

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1 year ago

A tool that helps insurance companies manage their claims. The startup is aiming to help insurers save money on manual processing and offer better customer service.

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1 year ago

This startup is developing a platform for automated “in house” customer service, which the company claims reduces the cost of customer support.

45
4 months ago

A startup that claims to offer a more affordable version of some of the DNA sequencing services that are available in the US.

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1 year ago

A platform for recruiting drivers. The startup claims to have reduced turnover and increased productivity by 30 percent.

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1 year ago

A company that claims to have the world’s smallest solar power system. It’s for homes, but can be used anywhere.

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1 year ago

A startup that helps people manage their credit card debt, manage their finances, and stay on top of the things they owe. It claims to have helped over 1 million people, and is profitable.

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8 months ago

A software-as-a-service platform for insurance companies to manage claims, claims payable and collections.

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1 year ago

A startup that helps companies bring in new talent, by matching them with employees in similar roles and locations. The company has been operating since 2017, and claims to have hired over 1,000 people to date.

42
4 months ago

A startup that wants to help online merchants and other businesses grow their audience through video. The company claims that it’s been able to acquire 1,000 new customers for its customers every month for the last four years.

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1 year ago

A sales automation product that claims to help account executives automate the entire sales process.

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1 year ago

This startup makes software for a company that makes custom parts for cars. CNC Solutions creates parts for specific cars, like a wheel hub for an Audi R8. The startup claims that if a company has a client they can't make a part for, they'll be able to turn around an order in six hours.

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10 months ago

A startup that helps insurance companies offer customers the ability to track their claims, allowing them to see the status of their claim and get a refund faster.

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1 year ago

A company that helps businesses track employees and their movements. Founded in 2009, the startup claims to have raised $9.1 million in venture capital and made it to the finals of Y Combinator's winter 2017 batch.

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1 year ago

A company that helps people find apartments. The company claims that the average cost to find a rental is just a fraction of a percent of monthly rent, and has found that it’s more effective to have a niche niche of renters rather than trying to convince all of the town’s renters to become landlords.

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1 year ago

A Cleveland-based startup that has developed an algorithm that claims to predict the weather seven days in advance.

40
10 months ago

A company that’s building a technology platform for insurance companies that enables them to automate the most labor-intensive parts of their claims and billing processes.

40
1 year ago

This company claims to have a 3D laser printer for just $10. The startup's first product is a 3D laser printer for $10.

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1 year ago

A software product that automatically sends out marketing reminders for things like follow ups, social media posts, and store store openings. The startup’s founder claims that most startups have missed out on the marketing effort because they have forgotten to do marketing.

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7 months ago

A startup that wants to help women claim their achievements in the world of business.

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6 months ago

This startup helps companies keep track of their employees’ health insurance needs. The startup takes a commission of every claim paid, which it says is roughly 25%.

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5 months ago

A startup that helps organizations train their employees in the field. The company claims to have trained over 100,000 of the 250,000 employees of companies like Google and LinkedIn.

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1 year ago

P2P insurance for small businesses, which claims to be able to get the same coverage at lower rates than insurance provided by large companies. The startup plans to provide coverage to half a million businesses in its first three years.

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11 months ago

A developer’s toolkit that allows businesses to build automation and monitoring tools for their apps. The company claims it has started over $1 million in monthly recurring revenue.

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1 month ago

This startup is building an app for the insurance industry to help manage claim data, both claims-related and data-related.

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1 year ago

A platform for D2C transactions that lets users set up payment and delivery on the same platform. The company claims that, because it includes both sides of the transaction, it’s easier for the companies to manage.

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1 year ago

An upstart that wants to build a “smart” watch for heavy users of fitness trackers, claiming it can cut the time it takes to get to the gym from 30 minutes to 10.

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11 months ago

This is a service that provides a way to transfer large amounts of money to a friend or family member, the company claims it’s cheaper than the international wire transfers it aims to compete with, with a 3% fee.

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1 year ago

The company’s site claims that it is “one of the world’s largest network of independent, self-employed freelance professionals”, and that they’ve built a platform to “connect professionals to customers via a global marketplace”.

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1 year ago

The app claims to have built the “first-ever AI bot to talk to your landlord”.

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10 months ago

A company that claims to be the only one that provides individualized bankers to help with student loans.

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8 months ago

a “next gen” healthcare product that’s meant to help patients manage their asthma and allergies. The startup claims it can reduce ER visits by 90%.

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10 months ago

A medical billing and collection software that helps patients handle all their medical paperwork, including claims and billings.

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8 months ago

An author-focused social network and community for sharing, promoting and discovering new books. The startup has gained over 1,000 authors and claims to have facilitated over 1,000,000 downloads.

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4 months ago

A startup that helps artisans and small businesses compare options for shipping, porting, or storing their products. The company claims that, on average, its customers see a 21% increase in sales.

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1 year ago

A blockchain-powered two-factor authentication provider that claims to prevent phishing, improve user security, and reduce fraud.

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11 months ago

A software platform for managing insurance claims and proving fraud. It’s like a CRM for insurance companies to manage claims and save on fraud.

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9 months ago

A SaaS startup based in San Francisco, California. The company has been growing rapidly, claiming to have “signed up more than 20,000 people in just the past month”. Its app lets users schedule and pay for deliveries, including food and household items, with a delivery fee.

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9 months ago

A SaaS platform that helps real estate agents manage their clients’ loan applications. The company claims to have at least 1,000 users after launching in March.

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9 months ago

A company that, instead of selling bikes and bike accessories, sells insurance for bikes and their accessories. The startup claims it has already signed up 100,000 customers in the UK.

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9 months ago

A new way of building musical instruments. The company claims that it can create musical instruments out of any material, and the startup has already created guitars and pianos.

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8 months ago

 A startup that guides travelers to products it claims are better than the ones they could buy in the store.

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7 months ago

An online marketplace for helping artists connect with buyers through their work. The startup claims they have over 1,000 artists registered on their platform, and have been in business for over a year.

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6 months ago

A self-driving platform for the automotive industry, the startup claims to allow car manufacturers to build cars that can be steered by a human driver, but that can also navigate on their own in the case of an accident.

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4 months ago

An AI powered call center that promises to help businesses tackle customer service issues more effectively. The startup calls itself “the first AI-powered call center” and claims to be able to solve customer service issues more efficiently than humans. The startup is currently in closed beta in the US.

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1 year ago

This startup helps insurers manage their data and make it easier to process claims. They’ve built a database of medical claims, which Insurify pulls into their system to make it easier for insurers to make their claims process more efficient.

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1 year ago

A company that helps advertisers try out new ad formats and measure their effectiveness. For a small fee, advertisers can use the startup’s service to generate a report on their campaign's success. The company claims to have a list of over 100 clients, including large fashion brands and big insurance companies.

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10 months ago

An online sales platform for beauty products. The company says it’s 6x cheaper to use than competitor sites, and claims it has $1 million per month in paid traffic.

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9 months ago

A startup that provides a workflow for salespeople in the auto insurance industry, automating the process of filling out and uploading claims.

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11 months ago

A company that claims to build “the best pitch deck you’ve ever read” for startups and entrepreneurs.

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9 months ago

A startup for hiring carpenters and electricians. The startup claims to be the only place on the web where you can quickly find a skilled tradesperson.

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5 months ago

A tool to help small businesses access business loans. The company’s founders claim that they have already signed up 450 companies in a week, and plan to grow to over 10,000 by the end of the year.

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3 months ago

The startup claims to be the only startup in the world to manufacture their own smart phone. eCanter is a ruggedized, waterproof, and dustproof smartphone that can withstand drops from up to two meters and has a waterproof case.

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5 months ago

This is a digital assistant that claims to be able to answer questions and perform tasks on your behalf.

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4 months ago

A “social” or “dynamic” sales and marketing platform for small business owners. The startup offers an online platform for users to create customized sales and marketing campaigns. The platform then connects them with their target audience, encouraging the user to talk about their products and services, which the startup claims is more effective than most traditional marketing platforms.

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4 months ago

This startup helps doctors with administrative tasks like billing and insurance claims, as well as doing patient intake

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3 months ago

A customer service platform for small businesses. The company claims to have $15,000 in monthly recurring revenue, and has been growing at a rate of 50% month-over-month.

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2 months ago

A startup that claims to have created the “Windows Store of the future”.

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11 months ago

A “payroll for the sharing economy” where companies can hire independent contractors with a more flexible relationship with customers and company. The company claims it’s cheaper, faster, and easier than traditional payroll systems.

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6 months ago

Known as a “video-sharing platform for people who love cats”, this startup is building a platform that allows users to add photos, videos and links to their cat videos. They claim to get a million views per month, with over 8 million total views across their network.

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1 year ago

A software company building a web platform for small businesses to use for marketing and sales, with many of its customers already using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The company claims it’s already had over 1,000 customers sign up to use its platform, and has raised $1.2 million.

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11 months ago

This startup is building an artificial intelligence that can read texts, detect sentiment, and predict the intent of a text. The company claims it can help organizations eliminate “false positives” and focus on the right people, at the right time.

27
10 months ago

This personal finance app is meant to help you save money and get into the best financial products. It’s currently only available in the U.K. The app also claims to have access to the UK’s highest interest savings accounts, so it may not be available in the U.S.

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7 months ago

An “organization of organizations” that claims to offer an alternative to traditional venture capital, with a focus on helping founders bring their products to market.

27
6 months ago

A security camera startup that claims to be able to detect a burglar in real time and send alerts to your phone.

27
6 months ago

This employer of the year builds the first cloud-based platform to help companies automate payroll processes, which they claim helps companies run more efficiently and gives them time to focus on higher-value work.

27
4 months ago

This is a “personalized credit score” company that helps people find the right credit cards, loans, and more in their own budget. The company claims to help people save up to $300 a year on interest.

27
11 months ago

A startup that builds a desktop app for easy online ordering of items from any online retailer. They claim to be in talks with Amazon, Walmart, and Target to bring the app to all of their customers.

26
4 months ago

A startup that claims to be the first one to build a business that helps employers evaluate the personal qualities of candidates.

25
2 months ago

A company that “crowd-sources” legal research and analysis, which they claim can save up to 70% on legal fees

25
9 months ago

A startup that’s building an app that lets you track your food. The startup claims it’s going to be the future of food tracking and that it’ll be the only app you need.

24
8 months ago

A startup that matches students with mentors who are already in fields of study that interest them, as well as companies. The startup claims it is already helping 25,000 students find mentors, and has been featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post.

24
5 months ago

A digital platform for matching philanthropists who want to give their time to charities. It claims to be international in scope and that it has already funded over 100 projects.

24
5 months ago

A video creation platform for businesses. They claim a market share of 20% in the US.

24
4 months ago

A platform for dating that claims to be better than popular app Tinder in part because it’s based on mutual interests rather than proximity, and uses a “personalized algorithm” to match you with someone based on first impressions.

24
4 months ago

A software platform that helps companies to build their own digital identity, including the ability to sign contracts, file insurance claims, and more.

24
4 months ago

A software-as-a-service for healthcare providers, mostly for Medicaid. They claim they can save providers money, with the goal of reducing Medicaid provider fraud.

24
28 days ago

The SmartShopper mobile app helps consumers get the most out of their money by helping them save on unnecessary expenses. They claim that their app saves consumers $6 billion a year.

24
8 months ago

A platform to help insurance adjusters and claims adjusters stay up-to-date with rules and regulations.

23
6 months ago

A cloud-based platform that’s meant to help simplify the claims process for insurance companies.

23
6 months ago

This is a startup that builds software to help companies and governments manage health care. The company claims that it’s cheaper than traditional health care and prevents a lot of errors.

23
3 months ago

An AI-powered insurance company that uses chatbots to provide 24/7 customer service, and claims management for customers. Currently testing in Arizona.

23
3 months ago

A tool for SMBs to hold “discussions” with their employees on worker’s compensation claims.

23
2 months ago

A company that helps companies verify the authenticity of their products. It works with companies like Nordstrom to allow its customers to make product authentication claims.

23
6 months ago

An insurance startup that connects people with insurance carriers that have lower rates. The startup says it has processed over $200,000 in claims as of mid-July.

22
4 months ago

A startup that’s building smart contracts for auto insurance. The company wants to automate claims and mitigate risk for a lot of auto insurance companies.

22
1 month ago

A startup that aims to use machine learning to make insurance claims cheaper and more consistent.

22
1 year ago

A company that makes “online courses for learning,” through which they claim to offer more material than traditional universities. They offer more than 1,000 courses on topics like machine learning, data science, and more.

21
9 months ago

A tool designed to help companies manage their debt, with the service claiming to have helped customers save $12 billion since 2011.

21
6 months ago

A startup for managing insurance claims for commercial and residential properties, using a combination of AI and “people powered” claims processing.

21
3 months ago

a new kind of analytics for ad campaigns. It’s an Excel-based tool that claims to help big brands make more money from their advertising budgets. They’re currently in the market testing, aiming toward a launch in late 2020

21
1 month ago

An insurance company that aims to help small businesses manage their workers’ compensation claims and annuities.

21
3 months ago

A company that works like a freelancer for the insurance industry, with a focus on claims and claims handling.

20
1 month ago

A platform that aims to help make the process of managing insurance claims easier.

20
1 month ago

 A new way to pay for coffee. Instead of paying for a cup of coffee with cash, consumers can enter their credit card information to pay for their coffee and the coffee shop will take care of the rest. The product is as a credit card payment processing platform, and the company claims that “millions” of coffee shops are already using Credit Card Coffee.

20
16 days ago

A software as a service startup that aims to help health systems and hospitals by automating claims processing.

20
2 years ago

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.

19
9 months ago

This is a startup that helps companies avoid “disaster on your plate” by helping them avoid fraudulent expense claims.

19
5 months ago

A company that claims to be "the world’s most automated job application platform."

19
2 months ago

This startup, based in the Netherlands, builds a method of 3D printing that they claim is “environmentally, economically and socially sustainable.”

19
2 months ago

A social network for men, which launched in the UK in January and claims to be the largest in the world.

19
2 months ago

A full-service online marketplace for daily nutrients. The startup’s claim to fame is that they’re the first to offer a branded vitamin supplement in South Asia, with plans to expand to other countries in the region.

19
1 month ago

A way to streamline international money transfers, with the startup claiming to already have $25 million in deals in place.

19
9 months ago

A B2B company that helps insurance companies process claims with the help of a third party agency

18
5 months ago

A platform for insurance companies to create digital agents that allow users to book appointments, manage their policies, and access digital claim forms.

18
5 months ago

 A startup that claims the world’s most powerful medical marijuana extraction machine, to make edibles

18
4 months ago

A tool that helps manage insurance claims, directing them to the best place for customer service.

18
2 months ago

A tool for managing and organizing events, from planning to cash flow. The startup claims to be able to help event planners with business planning, a CRM tool, and a way to help your event generate cash.

18
6 months ago

A startup that claims to be building a decentralized blockchain for the global insurance industry. The startup is building a global insurance blockchain to provide payment transparency and data sharing for insurance companies, which can verify and clear payments without the need for middlemen.

17
5 months ago

When your friends start complaining that their friends aren’t getting in on the next big trend, you can introduce them to the startup that wants to buy and sell that trend. The startup helps you snap up the next big thing before your friends, claiming to have over 100,000 traders in its platform.

17
3 months ago

The startup is building a digital platform that helps insurance companies manage claims and claims-handling steps, streamlining the process for agents, employees, and clients to get claims handled.

17
2 months ago

A platform that allows users to set up their own private school and enroll their kids in it. It claims to have schools in a dozen countries.

17
3 months ago

A company that claims to offer on-demand, personalized health coaching.

16
1 month ago

A company that claims to be making a product that will reduce the amount of time that companies have to spend on their data.

16
3 months ago

A SaaS that helps companies manage complex claims and disputes.

15
1 month ago

The company claims that its software allows people to get paid for their time spent texting and talking to their customers, making it easier for social media influencers to generate a living from promoting brands without having to have an expensive advertising budget.

15
16 days ago

A startup which claims to be the first to offer instant notifications when a package arrives, right in the app you use to track it.

12
5 months ago

This startup is building software to help companies sell their unused (and often untendered) real estate. The startup claims to have negotiated nearly $50M in deals in the past three years.

11
2 months ago

 Armed with an AI-powered chatbot and an online marketplace, Pepper is a service that helps retailers find suppliers and manufacturers. Pepper claims that its buyers and sellers connect directly, saving them time and money.

11
17 days ago

A digital docket system for small businesses that allows them to track, manage, and pay for claims, and then get reminders about pending bills.

11
1 month ago

A company that helps businesses with insurance needs, including valuing their assets and following up with claims.

10
24 days ago

A startup that helps track down insurance claims for people self-insured.

9
2 months ago

A startup that helps you check if your car insurance covers you for car repairs, and lets you print out a claim form.

8
24 days ago

The startup, whose name is a reference to the “Trump tax cut”, is building a tool that helps people reclaim their money from the IRS that they may have claimed back in the past.

7
2 years ago

Idea: A startup for hand-made products. The startup is looking to disrupt the marketplace business by focusing on a niche of handmade goods. The startup claims it can make handmade goods more profitable for producers and more affordable for consumers.

6
13 days ago

A program that helps government agencies run background checks efficiently and collaboratively. The startup claims that it saves 10-30% of the time it previously took to run a background check, with a process that’s “10x faster than manual checklists”.

6
11 days ago

A college admissions platform that was pitched as “LinkedIn for colleges,” but with a twist: instead of looking for professional connections, the company’s users are looking for school connections. The company claims to have over 1,000 users and is looking to grow from there.

4
11 days ago

A data analytics company that looks to make it easier for companies to manage their disputes. The platform aggregates data on existing claims and disputes, standardizes data for employees, and then allows them to submit disputes to the right department.

3
2 years ago

Idea: A startup that aims to be “the Uber for trucking”, claiming that the transportation industry is a $7 trillion sector ripe for disruption. It has a similar pitch to Uber Freight, which focuses on helping smaller trucking companies compete with big shippers.

2
2 years ago

A startup that provides a service where they help people with their taxes and report on what they can claim and what they can save

-1
2 years ago

Idea: Node is building a microwave that can connect to a smartphone and cook food It's crowdfunding the device on Kickstarter and claims that it can cook a frozen pizza in 2 minutes

-1
2 years ago

Idea: A startup that helps companies hire remote employees in an age where “anyone can work from anywhere” The startup claims that it’s already raised $120,000 in revenue, charging $20,000 per month for its services

-1
2 years ago

Idea: Another B2B startup that helps manufacturers manage their supply chains in Asia The startup wants to help people in the US find more specialized manufacturers in China, and claims to have a signed contract with a Fortune 500 company

-1
2 years ago

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.

-1
2 years ago

Idea: An AI-powered marketing platform for small companies. The startup plans to launch a tool that can help companies like physical therapists and yoga teachers market themselves to nearby customers who are looking for similar services. The startup claims that their AI-driven marketing campaigns have a double or triple digit ROI.

-1
2 years ago

Idea: A startup that helps people living in countries with low credit scores get loans. The company claims to have an 80% approval rate for people with FICO scores under 550.

-1
2 years ago

Idea: A startup that aims to replace the handwritten signature with a digital one. The startup makes a “signature” stamp that works with its app to digitally sign documents. The startup claims it’s a $30 billion market.

-1
2 years ago

Idea: A voice-to-text app for Android that uses the microphone to take notes. The startup claims that voice is 20x faster than typing on a physical keyboard.

-1
2 years ago

A startup helping companies with insurance claims management

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