Promising Startups

Promising Startups

The Bay Area, CA. has the most Startups.
 
These 50 Start-Ups May Be the Next ‘Unicorns’
CB Insights, a firm that tracks start-ups, analyzed a variety of data to create a list of 50 private companies around the world that are on a path to a $1 billion valuation.
By Erin Griffith The New York Times: Feb. 10, 2019
 
HONG KONG
Airwallex
What it does: Makes a system that lets businesses send and collect money overseas
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Alto Pharmacy
An online pharmacy
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Amplitude
Makes analytics tools that help companies run digital businesses
 
BEIJING
Beisen
Makes talent management and measurement tools
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Benchling
Makes software for life science researchers and companies
 
NEW YORK
BetterCloud
Provides cybersecurity for cloud software companies
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Blend
Makes mortgage and consumer loan application software for lenders
 
NEW YORK
Braze
Makes mobile marketing software
 
LEAWOOD, KAN.
C2FO
A financial services platform that provides companies access to working capital
 
LONDON
Citymapper
A map, transit and navigation app for cities
 
BANGALORE, INDIA
ClearTax
Makes software for filing taxes and managing investments
 
BERLIN
Contentful
Makes software for digital content
 
BANGALORE, INDIA
DailyHunt
A news and entertainment app
 
SUNNYVALE, CALIF.
Datrium
A cloud storage provider
 
PALO ALTO, CALIF.
DeepMap
Makes mapping technology for autonomous vehicles
 
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
Deputy
Makes software for companies to manage staff schedules and timesheets
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Domino Data Lab
Makes software for managing data
 
PALO ALTO, CALIF.
Earnin
A short-term loan provider
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Embark Trucks
Makes self-driving semi trucks
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Expanse
Provides large organizations with security for internet-connected devices
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Faire
A wholesale marketplace for boutiques and small vendors
 
SAN CARLOS, CALIF.
Farmers Business Network
An online platform for farmers to share and analyze data, buy supplies and sell crops
 
BOSTON
Flywire
Makes payments software for global transactions
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Front
Makes email collaboration software
 
NEW YORK
Glossier
Makes skin-care and beauty products
 
MEXICO CITY AND SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
Grow Mobility
Dockless bikes and scooter services
 
SAN FRANCISCO
HackerOne
Finds and fixes software vulnerabilities
 
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
KRY
Provides services for patients to consult doctors through mobile devices
WASHINGTON AND SAN FRANCISCO
MapBox    
Provides mapping technology
 
OAKLAND, CALIF.
Marqeta
Provides payments infrastructure for issuing physical, virtual or tokenized payment cards
BEIJING
Medbanks Network Technology
Making oncology systems
 
GUANGZHOU, CHINA
Miaoshou Doctor
Building online communication between doctors and patients
 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
Onshape
Making cloud-based design tools for manufacturing
 
SEATTLE
Outreach
Provides a sales engagement platform
 
BANGALORE, INDIA
Practo Technologies
Connecting patients to health care providers using tech
 
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
QuintoAndar
A residential real estate rental platform
 
BANGALORE, INDIA
Razorpay
Provides payments technology to online merchants
 
AUSTIN, TEX.
RigUp
An online platform for contract workers in the energy industry to find work
 
ATLANTA
SalesLoft
Provides technology for companies to increase sales
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Segment
Provides a platform for gathering and managing data
 
NEW YORK
SiSense
Makes software for analyzing and visualizing data
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Sonder
Provides apartment-like hotels in cities
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Standard Cognition
Provides artificial intelligence tools for physical stores
 
SAN FRANCISCO
Upgrade
An online lending platform
 
SHANGHAI
Xiangwushuo
A sharing platform that lets people swap used items
 
NEW YORK
Zola
Online wedding registries and wedding planning tools
 
For the original article please checkout: 
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/10/technology/these-50-start-ups-may-be-the-next-unicorns.html
Erin Griffith reports on technology start-ups and venture capital from the San Francisco bureau. Before joining The Times she was a senior writer at WIRED and Fortune. @eringriffith

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