The best startups in the world that changing the way we live
In 2017, creating a product using Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Virtual Reality, Big Data, or IoT is pretty much a guarantee when it comes to attracting attention and financing. Because we work with some of the successful startup companies, we’re able to keep up with all the latest technologies and trends.
Here are a few of the startups we’ve run across that are leveraging innovative solutions and technology to make our lives easier.
Enterprise Software: Convene
Funding: $113.5 million
Convene helps businesses organize corporate events including conferences, co-working arrangements, product presentations, etc. Services range from booking premium spaces to catering and dedicated staff. For now, the startup offers its “workplace-as-a-service” meetings and event venues in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.
Environmental Engineering: Zero Mass Water
The process of making water from air is now a reality. Zero Mass Water set out with the goal to “perfect your water” and designed a hydro panel that creates water from sunlight and air. With this advanced water capture technology, anyone can get up to 5 liters of water a day mineralized with calcium and magnesium.
Human Resources: Scoutible
Total Funding: $6.5 million
This AI-powered solution promises to predict the future performance of a potential candidate. In just 20 minutes, the predictive hiring technology measures a person’s traits and helps a company determine if they are the right fit for the job.
Phone Fraud Detection: Next Caller
Total Funding: $5 million
If you're thinking about the best startup companies to invest in, then consider this solution. The ever-increasing sophistication of cyber criminals forces Retail, Banking, Travel, Insurance and other customer-related industries to utilize fraud detection software. By leveraging machine learning and data science, Next Caller helps identify suspicious interactions in real time and protects businesses from fraud.
Multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service applications is our specialty
A beautiful smile should be affordable and convenient for anyone. However, the cost of invisible aligners and multiple visits to the dentist can be discouraging. Orthly revolutionizes this process. By communicating with its users via a mobile app, Orthly provides affordable doctor-prescribed Invisalign treatments.
Financial Services: Ripple
Funding: $93.6 million
The finance industry is showing an ever-increasing interest in blockchain technology. By leveraging the power of blockchain, Ripple helps banks and financial institutions make instant and secure payments across the globe.
Total Funding: almost $42 million
Gametime is a mobile app designed to buy “last-minute tickets at the best price in seconds” across the United States and Canada. Within 9 seconds, Gametime allows users to buy/sell a ticket even if a game has already started. The app even provides a panoramic view from the selected seats prior to purchase.
Interior Design: Laurel & Wolf
Total Funding: $25.5 million
Everyone wants to live in a beautifully designed and furnished place, but not everyone can afford to hire an interior designer. Laurel & Wolf is one of the interior design companies making the process of hiring top designers more affordable. A complete room “makeover” is designed online and the customer receives a shopping list with items that can be ordered right on the website. The pricing model includes three packages starting from $79 per room.
3D Printing: Desktop Metal
Finding: $211.7 million
Desktop Metal offers affordable 3D metal printing for engineers. Their Studio System is priced at $120k, which is 10x less expensive than those already on the market. The Production System is designed for mass production of complex metal parts. Both solutions are significantly lowering the cost for producing metal objects.
Autonomous Vehicles: DeepMap
Total Funding: $32 million
Self-driving cars are becoming reality. Apart from such giants like Uber, Tesla, Google and General Motors, a number of other tech startups have achieved success in autonomous driving technology. DeepMap creates HD maps that help “handle sensor failures and challenging environmental conditions”. This promising service aims to provide real-time data on car location, road surroundings, and overall driving conditions.
Of course, this list could have been much larger. In 2017, we seem to have surpassed expectations in terms of new technologies and the impact on our lives. And we expect even more innovative solutions in 2018.
If you’re looking for ways to bring your ideas to life and become part of the disruptive innovative startups world, we are here to help.