Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Early Stage: Startup offers new way to buy stock

Startup of the week: Who they are: Stockpile What they do: Make investing in publicly traded companies easier and more affordable, by letting you buy...

Early Stage: Can this app make renting in Silicon Valley easier, more affordable?

Startup of the week: Who they are: Zently What they do: Use automation to eliminate some of the day-to-day headaches of renting Why it’s cool: Renting a...

Early stage: The startup 3D printing human organs to save lives

Startup of the week: Who they are: Prellis Biologics What they do: Make 3D-printed human organs Why it’s cool: Every day, 20 people die waiting for an...

Early Stage: Last-minute camping trip? This startup finds you a spot to pitch your...

Startup of the week: Who they are: Hipcamp What they do: Connect rural landowners with campers looking for a spot to pitch a tent that’s off...

Early stage: This surveillance startup wants to put cameras in your neighborhood

Startup of the week: Who they are: Flock, a neighborhood security startup funded by a local accelerator. What they do: Install solar-powered, license-plate-reading cameras...

Early Stage: This Y Combinator startup helps blind people ‘see’ using sonar

Startup of the week: Who they are: Sunu What they make: A wristband that uses sonar to alert visually impaired people of nearby obstacles. Why it’s...

Early Stage: The LinkedIn for ex-cons wants to help 70 million people find jobs

Startup of the week: Who they are: 70MillionJobs What they do: Find employment opportunities for the estimated 70 million people in the U.S. who have a...

Early Stage: Oakland startup delivers lunch, pulls young people out of poverty

Startup of the week: Who they are: The Town Kitchen What they do: Deliver lunch to local companies, and employ at-risk, inner city youth...

Early Stage: SF startup unleashes new feat in genetic engineering

Startup of the week: Who they are: Ravata Solutions What they do: Genetic engineering of embryos Why it’s cool: Ravata created technology that makes the process of...

Early Stage: The pregnancy wearable that tracks contractions

Startup of the week: Who they are: Bloomlife What they do: Wearable devices that track pregnant women’s contractions Why it’s cool: In the U.S., more...

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