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Top 300 Startups in California in 2024

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1) Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group

Universal Music Group is a global music publishing, recording, and merchandising company.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1934
  • Founders: David Gould
  • Industries: Media and Entertainment, Music, Publishing
  • Number of employees: 10001+
  • Funding: $45,368,869,030
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (Tencent, Tencent Music Entertainment, Bill Ackman)

You can find their website here.

2) Riot Games

Riot Games

Riot Games is an online game development business based in the United States.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2006
  • Founders: Brandon Beck, Marc Merrill
  • Industries: Computer, Developer Platform, PC Games, Video Games
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $21,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 4 (Tencent, Benchmark, FirstMark, HAX)

You can find their website here.

3) Bird

Bird

Bird creates a vehicle sharing network that offers low-cost transportation to communities all around the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Travis VanderZanden
  • Industries: Electric Vehicle, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Ride Sharing, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $623,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 32 (Index Ventures, Craft Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Target Global, Relay Ventures)

You can find their website here.

4) Hulu

Hulu

Hulu is an online video service that streams a variety of popular episodes, snippets, movies, and documentaries.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Elizabeth Comstock, Jason Kilar
  • Industries: Content, Film, TV, Video, Video Streaming
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $683,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (The Walt Disney Company, Providence Equity Partners, Time Warner)

You can find their website here.

5) Tinder

Tinder

Tinder anonymously locates people who like one other in their immediate vicinity and connects them if they are both interested.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Christopher Gulczynski, Dinesh Moorjani, Jonathan Badeen, Justin Mateen, Sean Rad, Whitney Wolfe Herd
  • Industries: Dating, Mobile, Search Engine, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $50,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 2 (Benchmark, IAC)

You can find their website here.

6) Relativity Space

Relativity Space

Relativity Space is an aerospace company that creates 3D printed rockets by designing, developing, and manufacturing them.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Jordan Noone, Tim Ellis
  • Industries: 3D Technology, Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $1,335,720,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 44 (General Catalyst, BlackRock, Lux Capital, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Tiger Global Management)

You can find their website here.

7) PlayVS

PlayVS

PlayVS is an eSports platform that organizes collegiate and high school esports.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Delane Parnell
  • Industries: Computer, eSports, Gaming, PC Games
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $106,211,719
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 28 (SoftBank, Battery Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Science, Sapphire Ventures)

You can find their website here.

8) Headspace

Headspace

Headspace is a digital health platform that offers mindfulness training and guided meditation sessions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Andy Puddicombe, Richard Pierson
  • Industries: Health Care, Mobile Apps, Training, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $215,853,477
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 24 (SV Angel, WME, Adam Morley, Breyer Capital, Next Play Ventures)

You can find their website here.

9) ReCharge

ReCharge

E-commerce companies can use ReCharge's subscription management software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Michael Flynn, Oisin O'Connor
  • Industries: Billing, E-Commerce, Mobile Payments, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $277,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 3 (Bain Capital Ventures, Summit Partners, ICONIQ Growth)

You can find their website here.

10) Songtradr

Songtradr

Songradr is an online marketplace for music licensing for films, television shows, advertisements, apps, and other forms of media.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Paul Wiltshire
  • Industries: Digital Entertainment, Digital Media, Marketplace, Music, Music Streaming
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $101,240,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 9 (Regal Funds Management, Perennial Value Management, Aware Super, Richard White, Argo Investments Limited)

You can find their website here.

11) Goat Group

Goat Group

Goat Group is an online store that sells real footwear, clothing, and accessories.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Daishin Sugano, Eddy Lu
  • Industries: Consumer Goods, E-Commerce, Fashion, Marketplace, Shoes
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $492,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 31 (Index Ventures, First Round Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel)

You can find their website here.

12) SoLo Funds

SoLo Funds

SoLo is a marketplace community that enables members to quickly obtain and supply short-term finances for pressing needs.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Jarrel Carter, Rodney Williams, Taylor Bruno, Travis Holoway
  • Industries: Financial Services, FinTech, Lending, Peer to Peer
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $12,920,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 19 (Alumni Ventures Group, Techstars, Taavet Hinrikus, Endeavor Catalyst, JumpStart)

You can find their website here.

13) NuORDER

NuORDER

NuORDER is a cloud-based and mobile B2B eCommerce platform that helps brands and merchants run their businesses more efficiently.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Heath Wells, Olivia Skuza
  • Industries: B2B, E-Commerce, Marketplace, Wholesale
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $81,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 16 (BoxGroup, NewSpring, Greycroft, Cowboy Ventures, Upfront Ventures)

You can find their website here.

14) Mythical Games

Mythical Games

Mythical Games is a video game engine that allows players to build their own economies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Cameron Thacker, Chris Downs, Jamie Jackson, John Linden, Rudy Koch
  • Industries: Blockchain, Gaming, Video Games
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $110,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 15 (Alumni Ventures Group, Okcoin, Fenbushi Capital, Hashed, Galaxy Interactive)

You can find their website here.

15) Drata

Drata

Drata is a compliance and security automation company that provides a quick and easy approach to achieve and maintain compliance.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Adam Markowitz, Daniel Marashlian, Troy Markowitz
  • Industries: Compliance, Cyber Security, Internet, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $28,240,856
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 8 (GGV Capital, SV Angel, Cowboy Ventures, AAF Management Ltd., Okta Ventures)

You can find their website here.

16) SpaceX

SpaceX

SpaceX is a private aerospace and aviation firm that develops, builds, and launches sophisticated rockets and spacecraft.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2002
  • Founders: Elon Musk
  • Industries: Aerospace, Manufacturing, Space Travel, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 5001-10000
  • Funding: $7,460,112,010
  • Funding rounds: 43
  • Number of investors: 45 (Founders Fund, Google, Craft Ventures, Bank of America, Cyan Banister)

You can find their website here.

17) Encantos

Encantos

Encantos is a global creator platform that connects children with the best storyteachers from across the world to teach them 21st-century skills.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Carlos Hoyos, Nuria Santamaria Wolfe, Steven Wolfe Pereira, Susie Jaramillo
  • Industries: Apps, Children, Consumer, Digital Entertainment, EBooks, Education, Subscription Service, Video
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $8,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 25 (Precursor Ventures, Kapor Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Portfolia, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund)

You can find their website here.

18) Blavity

Blavity

Blavity is a network of platforms and brands that cater to the diverse needs of Black millennials and Generation Z.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Aaron Samuels, Jeff Nelson, Jonathan Jackson, Morgan DeBaun
  • Industries: Communities, Digital Media, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $9,359,798
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 9 (500 Startups, GV, MaC Venture Capital, Comcast Ventures, Harlem Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

19) Ecwid

Ecwid

Ecwid is an e-commerce firm that supplies small businesses with software-as-a-service e-commerce solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Ruslan Fazlyev
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Internet, Point of Sale, SaaS, Small and Medium Businesses
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $48,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 5 (Runa Capital, Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, PeakSpan Capital, iTech Capital, Trestle Partners)

You can find their website here.

20) Bambee

Bambee

Bambee is a platform that allows small and medium-sized enterprises to hire HR managers at a low cost.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Allan Jones
  • Industries: Human Resources, Professional Services, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $33,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 7 (QED Investors, Greycroft, Alpha Edison, Mucker Capital, Steve Goodman)

You can find their website here.

21) Bitwise Industries

Bitwise Industries

Bitwise is a technology ecosystem that gives people in underserved communities access to resources.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Irma Olguin, Jake Soberal
  • Industries: Education, Software, Training
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $83,350,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 26 (Reach Capital, Kapor Capital, Portfolia, Acumen, JP Morgan Chase)

You can find their website here.

22) LegalZoom

LegalZoom

LegalZoom is a technological platform that allows anyone to get professional legal assistance and protect what matters most to them.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1999
  • Founders: Brian Lee, Eddie Hartman
  • Industries: Consulting, Legal, Legal Tech, Professional Services
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $811,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (Francisco Partners, TCV, Polaris Partners, Neuberger Berman Group, TA Associates)

You can find their website here.

23) Briq

Briq

Briq is a building sector financial forecasting and data analytics tool.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Bassem Hamdy, Ron Goldshmidt
  • Industries: Construction, Industrial Automation, Infrastructure, Productivity Tools, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $46,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 5 (Tiger Global Management, MetaProp, Eniac Ventures, Blackhorn Ventures, Darling Ventures)

You can find their website here.

24) Sunbit

Sunbit

Sunbit is a local service provider and retailer's buy now, pay later technology.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Arad Levertov, Ornit Dweck-Maizel, Tal Riesenfeld, Tamir Hazan
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Finance, FinTech, Retail
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $209,970,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 17 (Alumni Ventures Group, AltaIR Capital, G Squared, Zeev Ventures, Group 11)

You can find their website here.

25) Poparazzi

Poparazzi

Users can establish social profiles for their friends on Poparazzi, a photo-sharing software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Alex Ma, Austen Ma, Zay Turner
  • Industries: Mobile Apps, Photo Sharing, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $20,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (Benchmark)

You can find their website here.

26) Genies

Genies

Genies is an avatar technology firm that creates avatars for individuals and groups.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Akash Nigam, Evan Rosenbaum, Jake Adams, Matt Geiger
  • Industries: Internet, Media and Entertainment, Mobile, Mobile Apps
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $116,964,358
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 57 (Dapper Labs, Polychain, New Enterprise Associates, Foundation Capital, NetEase)

You can find their website here.

27) ProducePay

ProducePay

ProducePay is an agriculture fintech startup that offers fresh produce growers funding, analytics, and marketplace capabilities.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Ben Dusastre, Pablo Schwarzbeck
  • Industries: Agriculture, Farming, Financial Services, FinTech, Payments
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $342,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 27 (FJ Labs, 500 Startups, Menlo Ventures, International Finance Corporation, CoVenture)

You can find their website here.

28) Dispo

Dispo

Dispo is a social network for digital disposable cameras.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Daniel Liss, David Dobrik, Natalie Mariduena
  • Industries: Internet, Mobile, Photo Sharing, Photography, Social Network
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $24,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 18 (Seven Seven Six, Kevin Durant, Shrug Capital, Unshackled Ventures, Weekend Fund)

You can find their website here.

29) DISQO

DISQO

DISQO is a platform for audience insights where actual people exchange knowledge that improves the human experience.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Armen Adjemian, Armen Petrosian, Drew Kucharian
  • Industries: Analytics, Consumer Research, Information Technology, Market Research, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $16,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (Alpha Edison, Bonfire Ventures)

You can find their website here.

30) Thrilling

Thrilling

Thrilling is an online marketplace that sells antique and secondhand things that have been carefully selected.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Brad Mallow, Shilla Kim-Parker
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $10,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 7 (Defy.vc, Prelude Ventures, Congruent Ventures, Closed Loop Partners, DLA Piper)

You can find their website here.

31) Kajabi

Kajabi

Kajabi is an online knowledge e-commerce platform that assists entrepreneurs in creating, marketing, and selling instructional content.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Kenny Rueter, Travis Rosser
  • Industries: CRM, EdTech, Lead Generation, Marketing, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $550,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 6 (Tiger Global Management, TPG, Owl Rock Capital, Meritech Capital Partners, Spectrum Equity)

You can find their website here.

32) Apeel Sciences

Apeel Sciences

Apeel Sciences creates fresh produce shelf life extension technology derived from plants, which enhances quality and decreases food waste.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: James Rogers
  • Industries: Advanced Materials, Agriculture, AgTech, Biotechnology, Waste Management
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $390,100,564
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 21 (Temasek Holdings, Andreessen Horowitz, GIC, Invoca, International Finance Corporation)

You can find their website here.

33) ServiceTitan

ServiceTitan

ServiceTitan is a service management software that assists home service organizations in generating more leads and closing more deals.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Ara Mahdessian, Vahe Kuzoyan
  • Industries: CRM, Home Services, Information Technology, Real Estate, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $899,777,129
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 15 (Index Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Battery Ventures, Tiger Global Management, T. Rowe Price)

You can find their website here.

34) Community

Community

Community is an app that addresses issues of communication and engagement.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Charlie Buffin, Josh Rosenheck, Matthew Peltier, Max Levine
  • Industries: Communities, Social Media, Telecommunications
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $40,220,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 13 (Techstars, Salesforce Ventures, Twilio, Live Nation Entertainment, Sound Ventures)

You can find their website here.

35) Altruist

Altruist

Altruist is a FinTech firm that creates a digital investment platform that is free of commissions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Jason Wenk
  • Industries: Asset Management, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $58,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 6 (Insight Partners, Endeavor Catalyst, Venrock, Vanguard, William McNabb)

You can find their website here.

36) InMarket

InMarket

InMarket provides a self-service location-based technology that captures accurate customer location data and helps campaigns perform better.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Mark DiPaola, Todd Dipaola
  • Industries: Advertising, Apps, Internet, Location Based Services, Loyalty Programs, Mobile, Retail, SaaS, Shopping
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $12,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (Mark DiPaola, Todd Dipaola)

You can find their website here.

37) Invoca

Invoca

Invoca is a company that specializes in inbound call marketing, call monitoring, call intelligence, and pay-per-call marketing.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Colin Kelley, Jason Spievak, Robert Duva
  • Industries: Advertising, Analytics, Call Center, Digital Marketing, Enterprise Software, Marketing, Marketing Automation, Telecommunications
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $118,499,998
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 9 (Salesforce Ventures, Accel, Upfront Ventures, Bonfire Ventures, StepStone Group)

You can find their website here.

38) Thrive Market

Thrive Market

Thrive Market is an online membership-based business that sells natural and organic goods.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Gunnar Lovelace, Kate Mulling, Nicholas Green, Nick Green, Sasha Siddhartha
  • Industries: Beauty, E-Commerce, Grocery, Health Care, Retail, Shopping
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $241,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 30 (Kapor Capital, Invus, Scott Belsky, Greycroft, Compound)

You can find their website here.

39) MK Decision

MK Decision

MK Decision's objective is to assist community financial institutions in becoming more successful by increasing deposits and lending.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Guru Dharam Khalsa, Har Rai Khalsa
  • Industries: Banking, Credit, Credit Bureau, Credit Cards, Financial Services, FinTech, Lending, Risk Management, Web Apps
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $1,079,000
  • Funding rounds: 2

You can find their website here.

40) VideoAmp

VideoAmp

Advertisers may use the VideoAmp Platform to optimize their complete linear TV, OTT, and digital video portfolios for results.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Dave Gullo, Ross McCray
  • Industries: Advertising, Advertising Platforms, Business Intelligence, Digital Media
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $181,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 18 (GoAhead Ventures, Third Wave Digital, The Raine Group, Wavemaker Partners, Anthem Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

41) Savage X Fenty

Savage X Fenty

Savage X Fenty is a women's accessories brand that sells lingerie and other fashion items.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Robyn Rihanna Fenty
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Lingerie, Retail, Women's
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $185,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 7 (TechStyle Fashion Group, L Catterton, Avenir Growth Capital, ACME Capital, Sunley House Capital Management)

You can find their website here.

42) Flock Freight

Flock Freight

Less-than-truckload (LTL) shippers can share trailer space in a full truckload with Flock Freight's algorithmic pooling system.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Oren Zaslansky
  • Industries: Freight Service, Logistics, Shipping, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $184,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Foundation Capital, GV, SignalFire, TenOneTen Ventures)

You can find their website here.

43) FabFitFun

FabFitFun

Subscription services from FabFitFun allow users to discover new brands and products.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Daniel Broukhim, Katie Echevarria Rosen Kitchens, Michael Broukhim, Sam Teller
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Subscription Service, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $83,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 22 (New Enterprise Associates, 500 Startups, LionTree, G Squared, M13)

You can find their website here.

44) Zwift

Zwift

Zwift is an online exercise platform that turns boring lonely indoor riding into exciting and social experiences.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Alarik Myrin, Eric Min, Jon Mayfield, Scott Barger
  • Industries: Cycling, Fitness, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $619,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 16 (True., Shasta Ventures, Max Levchin, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Amazon Alexa Fund)

You can find their website here.

45) Grindr

Grindr

Grindr is a location-based social network for gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and other LGBT persons.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Joel Simkhai, Scott Lewallen
  • Industries: Apps, iOS, LGBT, Location Based Services, Social Media, Social Network
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $93,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1

You can find their website here.

46) Seismic

Seismic

Seismic is a sales enablement and marketing orchestration software that helps sales teams close more deals and close them faster.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Douglas Winter, Ed Calnan, Fred Xie, Marc Romano, Nasser Barghouti
  • Industries: Analytics, Enterprise Software, Machine Learning, Marketing Automation, Sales Automation
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $446,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 8 (General Atlantic, T. Rowe Price, Lightspeed Venture Partners, EDBI, JMI Equity)

You can find their website here.

47) Miso Robotics

Miso Robotics

Miso Robotics is a company that develops and manufactures artificial intelligence-driven robots that assist cooks in the kitchen.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Buck Jordan, David D. Zito, Robert Anderson, Ryan Sinnet
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Consumer Electronics, Machine Learning, Robotics
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $43,757,553
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 8 (Crowdcube, SeedInvest, Adam Morley, Knockout Capital, Meyer Equity)

You can find their website here.

48) Crediverso

Crediverso

Crediverso is an online marketplace for credit cards, credit checks, and foreign money transfers.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Charlie Hernández
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Marketplace
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $3,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 4 (Bessemer Venture Partners, Point72 Ventures, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Act One Ventures)

You can find their website here.

49) The Boring Company

The Boring Company

The Boring Company's goal is to build tunnels quickly so that a subterranean transportation network can be built.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Elon Musk
  • Industries: Infrastructure, Logistics, Public Transportation, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $233,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 5 (Craft Ventures, 8VC, DFJ Growth, Vy Capital, Gigafund)

You can find their website here.

50) Happy Returns

Happy Returns

Leading online and omni-channel businesses and their consumers benefit from Happy Returns' comprehensive return solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: David Sobie, Mark Geller
  • Industries: Customer Service, E-Commerce, Retail Technology
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $25,020,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 8 (PayPal Ventures, Maveron, U.S. Venture Partners, Upfront Ventures, R/GA Ventures)

You can find their website here.

51) NTWRK

NTWRK

NTWRK is the first and only live streaming video commerce platform designed for Generation Z and Millennials.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Industries: E-Commerce, E-Commerce Platforms, Internet, Media and Entertainment, Shopping, Video, Video Streaming
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $10,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 6 (Live Nation Entertainment, Foot Locker, Aubrey Graham (Drake), UTA Ventures, Jimmy Iovine)

You can find their website here.

52) Happy Money

Happy Money

Tools and Services for Human Happiness in the Financial Sector

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Eden Warner, Scott Saunders
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Payments, Personal Finance
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $141,561,341
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 7 (Tencent, FirstMark, Anthemis Group, Great Oaks Venture Capital, CMFG Ventures)

You can find their website here.

53) Orca Security

Orca Security

For AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform, Orca Protection provides instant-on, workload-level security.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Avi Shua, Ety Spiegel Hubara, Gil Geron, Hadas Amitay, Liran Antebi, Matan Ben-Gur, Shay Filosof, Wagde Zabit
  • Industries: Cloud Security, Cyber Security, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $292,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 8 (GGV Capital, ICONIQ Capital, Redpoint, ICONIQ Growth, CapitalG)

You can find their website here.

54) Betty Labs

Betty Labs

Betty Labs is a company that makes a sports trivia app that aims to create life experiences.

Details of the startup:

  • Founders: Howard Akumiah
  • Industries: eSports, Internet, Sports
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $9,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 4 (Google, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Amazon Alexa Fund, Brendan O'Driscoll)

You can find their website here.

55) Aspiration

Aspiration

Aspiration provides retail banking and investing services that let clients to spend and save money in environmentally friendly ways.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Andrei Cherny, Joseph N. Sanberg
  • Industries: Banking, Financial Services, FinTech, Social Impact
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $250,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 42 (Flourish Ventures, 8VC, FootPrint Coalition, SuRo Capital, Alpha Edison)

You can find their website here.

56) Beachbody

Beachbody

Beachbody has created and is selling at-home fitness and weight-loss programs.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1998
  • Founders: Carl Daikeler, Jonathan Congdon
  • Industries: Fitness, Health Care, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $8,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 1

You can find their website here.

57) Jam City

Jam City

Jam City is a mobile entertainment firm that uses technology, creativity, and play to connect people all over the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Aber Whitcomb, Chris DeWolfe, Josh Yguado
  • Industries: Digital Entertainment, Gaming, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Online Games, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $302,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 7 (JP Morgan Chase, Silicon Valley Bank, Austin Ventures, Netmarble, Bank of America Merrill Lynch)

You can find their website here.

58) Blockdaemon

Blockdaemon

Blockdaemon is a blockchain deployment facilitator that maintains blockchain network nodes and payment rails.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Konstantin Richter
  • Industries: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cloud Infrastructure, Cloud Management, Computer, Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $39,630,000
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 29 (Goldman Sachs, BlockFi, Comcast, Uphold, Voyager)

You can find their website here.

59) MomentFeed

MomentFeed

MomentFeed is a technology that helps multi-location brands optimize for proximity search so that customers can engage with them.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Rob Reed
  • Industries: Advertising, Analytics, Digital Media, Local, Local Business, Mobile Advertising, SaaS, Social Media Marketing
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $27,537,305
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 17 (Draper Associates, Level Equity Management, DNX Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Manatt Venture Fund)

You can find their website here.

60) Grin

Grin

GRIN is a marketing platform that helps direct-to-consumer brands cooperate and manage their influencer relationships.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Brandon Brown, Brian Mechem
  • Industries: Analytics, E-Commerce, Logistics, Marketing, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $35,260,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 25 (FundersClub, Bullpen Capital, LAUNCH, Good Friends, Headline)

You can find their website here.

61) Rockley Photonics

Rockley Photonics

Photonics chips and bespoke integrated packaged devices are manufactured by Rockley Photonics.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Andrew Rickman
  • Industries: Consumer Electronics, Electronics, Manufacturing, Semiconductor
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $207,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 7 (Morningside Venture Investments, Ahren Innovation Capital, Kreos Capital, Applied Ventures, Perscitus LLP)

You can find their website here.

62) Tala

Tala

Tala is a financial services-focused mobile technology and data science firm based in emerging markets.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Shivani Siroya
  • Industries: Analytics, Big Data, Credit, Financial Services, FinTech, Information Technology, Mobile, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $204,439,706
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 30 (GGV Capital, Ribbit Capital, GV, Collaborative Fund, Institutional Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

63) Camino Financial

Camino Financial

Camino Financial is a data-driven fintech platform that provides Latinx entrepreneurs with inexpensive small business loans.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Kenneth Salas, Sean Salas
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Commercial Lending, Credit, Financial Services, FinTech, Small and Medium Businesses
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $20,350,000
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 8 (Collaborative Fund, Impact America Fund, Comcast Ventures, DILA Capital, Community Investment Management)

You can find their website here.

64) Emile Learning

Emile Learning

Creating a MasterClass for high school education that allows students to earn both high school and college credits.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Felix Ruano, Jon Quiros, Michael Vilardo
  • Industries: E-Learning, EdTech, Education, Secondary Education
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $5,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 36 (Bessemer Venture Partners, SB Opportunity Fund, Owl Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Supernode Ventures)

You can find their website here.

65) StarNews Mobile

StarNews Mobile

StarNews Mobile is a mobile video network that allows celebrities and brands in Africa to monetize their fan communities.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Guy Kamgaing
  • Industries: Content Delivery Network, Mobile, Video
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $2,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (EXPERT DOJO, Investisseurs & Partenaires)

You can find their website here.

66) Scopely

Scopely

Scopely is a global pioneer in mobile games and interactive entertainment.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Ankur Bulsara, Eric Futoran, Eytan Elbaz, Walter Driver
  • Industries: Digital Entertainment, Mobile Apps, Online Games, Software, Video Games
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $998,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 68 (BlackRock, Battery Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Felicis Ventures, BoxGroup)

You can find their website here.

67) XCLAIM

XCLAIM

To remove risk, provide liquidity, and promote transparency, XCLAIM is digitizing the financial market for selling bad loan receivables.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Matthew Sedigh
  • Industries: B2B, Financial Exchanges, Financial Services, FinTech, Legal Tech
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $11,445,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 10 (General Catalyst, First Round Capital, Tribe Capital, Quiet Capital, Freestyle Capital)

You can find their website here.

68) Heal

Heal

Heal provides basic care services such as house calls and video meetings with doctors, as well as digital monitoring and telepsychology.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Greg Drobnick, Jason Shafton, Nick Desai, Renee Dua
  • Industries: Apps, Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Home Health Care, Personal Health
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $164,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 30 (Alumni Ventures Group, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Slow Ventures, March Capital, Qualcomm)

You can find their website here.

69) DayTwo

DayTwo

DayTwo is the pioneer in metabolic disease precision nutrition, combining gut microbiome science, artificial intelligence, and virtual clinician assistance.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Eran Elinav, Eran Segal, Lihi Segal, Marius Nacht, Yuval Ofek
  • Industries: Health Care, Nutrition, Personal Health, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $90,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 14 (Mayo Clinic, Cathay Innovation, Johnson & Johnson, Seventure Partners, Samsung NEXT)

You can find their website here.

70) Britive

Britive

Britive provides comprehensive cloud privileged access protection.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Alex Gudanis, Artyom Poghosyan
  • Industries: Cloud Security, Cyber Security, Identity Management, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $15,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 4 (Crosslink Capital, Upfront Ventures, SmartGateVC, One Way Ventures)

You can find their website here.

71) Formative

Formative

Formative is an ed-tech firm that provides a platform for real-time evaluation.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Craig Jones, Kevin McFarland
  • Industries: Big Data, EdTech, Education, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $76,573,239
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 5 (Emerson Collective, Summit Partners, Fika Ventures, MaC Venture Capital, Rethink Education)

You can find their website here.

72) Zest AI

Zest AI

Zest AI is a financial services business that develops credit underwriting software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Douglas Merrill, Shawn Budde
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Financial Services, FinTech, Machine Learning, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $232,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 13 (Founders Fund, Baidu, Insight Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Matrix Partners)

You can find their website here.

73) Dollar Shave Club

Dollar Shave Club

DSC is a lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that sends consumers razors and other personal grooming supplies via mail.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Mark Levine, Michael Ryan Dubin
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Internet, Retail
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $163,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 27 (Battery Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, Science, TCV)

You can find their website here.

74) Pray.com

Pray.com

Pray.com is the most popular app for daily prayer and faith-based audio.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Matthew Potter, Michael Lynn, Ryan Beck, Steve Gatena
  • Industries: Communities, Private Social Networking, Religion
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $16,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 8 (Spark Capital, Science, Greylock, What If Ventures, Moonshots Capital)

You can find their website here.

75) LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor

For physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructures, LogicMonitor offers SaaS-based data center monitoring services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Steve Francis
  • Industries: Cloud Infrastructure, Information Technology, IT Infrastructure, IT Management, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $142,949,998
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 1 (Providence Equity Partners)

You can find their website here.

76) UST

UST

UST is a global provider of digital transformation solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1999
  • Founders: Stephen Ross
  • Industries: Consulting, Information Services, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 10001+
  • Funding: $250,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (Temasek Holdings)

You can find their website here.

77) Daring Foods

Daring Foods

Daring Foods is a startup company that makes plant-based chicken as a healthy alternative to meat.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Eliott Kessas, Ross Mackay
  • Industries: Food and Beverage, Food Processing, Manufacturing
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $48,762,288
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 10 (Maveron, D1 Capital Partners, Good Friends, Aubrey Graham (Drake), Stray Dog Capital)

You can find their website here.

78) Pluto TV

Pluto TV

Pluto TV is the most popular free streaming television provider in the United States.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Ilya Pozin, Tom Ryan
  • Industries: Apps, Internet, Media and Entertainment, Video, Video Streaming
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $51,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 17 (Universal Music Group, LionTree, Great Oaks Venture Capital, U.S. Venture Partners, Samsung Ventures)

You can find their website here.

79) Verishop

Verishop

Verishop is a high-end lifestyle brand that specializes in fashion, cosmetics, home, and more.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Cate Khan, Imran Khan, Jay Le
  • Industries: Consumer Goods, E-Commerce, Internet, Lifestyle
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $30,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (Alumni Ventures Group, Madrona Venture Group, DCM Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, LVMH)

You can find their website here.

80) Faraday Future

Faraday Future

Faraday Future is a design and technology company that is reimagining transportation, content, and ownership around the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Tony Nie
  • Industries: Automotive, Electric Vehicle, Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $2,383,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 4 (Ares Management, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group, Birch Lake Partners)

You can find their website here.

81) LOOM

LOOM

LOOM is a well-being platform that empowers women by educating them about reproductive and sexual health.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Erica Chidi, Quinn Lundberg
  • Industries: Health Care, Medical, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $3,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 11 (General Catalyst, Precursor Ventures, Slow Ventures, GSV Ventures, Maveron)

You can find their website here.

82) SFOX

SFOX

SFOX is a bitcoin prime dealer for institutional and professional traders.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Akbar Thobhani, George Melika
  • Industries: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, FinTech, Trading Platform, Virtual Currency
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $23,120,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 14 (Blockchain Capital, Digital Currency Group, SV Angel, Y Combinator, Tribe Capital)

You can find their website here.

83) Mahmee

Mahmee

From pregnancy to infancy, Mahmee provides complete, personalized support and care management.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Linda Hanna, Melissa Hanna, Sunny Walia
  • Industries: Health Care, mHealth, Women's
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $3,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 14 (Alumni Ventures Group, Backstage Capital, 500 Startups, Dreamit Ventures, Mark Cuban)

You can find their website here.

84) Albert

Albert

Albert is a fintech startup that aims to democratize money management by making financial advice more accessible and inexpensive.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Andrzej Baraniak, Yinon Ravid
  • Industries: Apps, Consulting, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $172,875,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 15 (Bessemer Venture Partners, General Atlantic, QED Investors, 500 Startups, AltaIR Capital)

You can find their website here.

85) Clutter

Clutter

Clutter is a company that provides on-demand storage and relocation services to individuals that need to store their personal stuff.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Ari Mir, Brian Jonathan Thomas, Brian Thomas
  • Industries: Consumer, Self-Storage, Service Industry
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $296,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 23 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Sequoia Capital, GV, Fifth Wall, Atomico)

You can find their website here.

86) ChowNow

ChowNow

ChowNow assists independent eateries with branded internet ordering systems via their own websites.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Christopher Webb, Eric Jaffe
  • Industries: Apps, Delivery Service, E-Commerce, Hospitality, Internet, Local, Mobile Apps, Restaurants
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $64,036,900
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 14 (Upfront Ventures, 3L Capital, Bonfire Ventures, Karlin Ventures, Clark Landry)

You can find their website here.

87) The/Studio

The/Studio

The/Studio is an on-demand product creation and production platform that allows firms to quickly launch new items.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Joseph Heller
  • Industries: Fashion, Lifestyle, Manufacturing, Software, Supply Chain Management
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $11,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 6 (FJ Labs, Firebolt Ventures, Interplay Ventures, Ignition Partners, Riverside Ventures)

You can find their website here.

88) Well Health

Well Health

Well Health is the most popular patient communication platform, allowing clinicians and patients to communicate by text, email, phone, and live chat.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Guillaume De Zwirek, Joe Tischler
  • Industries: Electronic Health Record (EHR), Enterprise Software, Health Care, Messaging
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $45,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (Techstars, Lead Edge Capital, Right Side Capital Management, Freestyle Capital, Jackson Square Ventures)

You can find their website here.

89) PeerStreet

PeerStreet

PeerStreet is a crowdfunding platform that connects investors with high-yielding loans that are secured by real estate.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Alex Perelman, Brett Crosby, Brew Johnson
  • Industries: Crowdfunding, FinTech, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $121,935,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 19 (Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, Montage Ventures, World Innovation Lab (WiL), Toba Capital)

You can find their website here.

90) Snapchat

Snapchat

In industrialized nations such as North America and Europe, Snapchat is one of the most popular social networking apps.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Industries: Information Technology, Media and Entertainment, Messaging, Mobile, Mobile Apps, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $59,999,934
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 1 (Alto Partners Multi-Family Office)

You can find their website here.

91) SiLC Technologies

SiLC Technologies

SiLC Technologies is a start-up that specializes in machine imaging.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Jonathan Luf, Mehdi Asghari
  • Industries: 3D Technology, Biometrics, Semiconductor, Sensor
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $29,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (Dell Technologies Capital, Global Brain Corporation, Sony Innovation Fund, Decent Capital, Alter Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

92) FloQast

FloQast

FloQast is close management software designed by accountants for accountants, allowing them to close more quickly and accurately.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Cullen Zandstra, Mike Whitmire
  • Industries: Accounting, B2B, Enterprise Software, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $119,866,665
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 7 (Norwest Venture Partners, Insight Partners, Polaris Partners, Toba Capital, Amplify.LA)

You can find their website here.

93) Impact

Impact

Impact is a partner automation provider and a catalyst for the emerging partnership economy.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Lisa Riolo, Per Pettersen, Roger Kjensrud, Todd Crawford, Wade Crang
  • Industries: Affiliate Marketing, Analytics, Business Development, Information Technology, Marketing, SaaS, Software, Technical Support
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $111,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 5 (Redpoint, Providence Strategic Growth, Providence Equity Partners, Silversmith Capital Partners, Estalea)

You can find their website here.

94) LENZ Therapeutics

LENZ Therapeutics

LENZ Therapeutics is a late-stage clinical-stage pharmaceutical business focused on creating novel ophthalmic pharmaceuticals.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Gerald Horn, James McCollum
  • Industries: Medical, Pharmaceutical, Therapeutics
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $50,399,989
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (RA Capital Management, Versant Ventures)

You can find their website here.

95) Emotive

Emotive

Emotive is an eCommerce conversational messaging technology that allows for two-way text message collaboration at scale.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Brian Zatulove, Zach Wise
  • Industries: B2B, B2C, Marketing Automation, Natural Language Processing, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $58,200,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 10 (CRV, Vulcan Capital, Stripes, Floodgate, TenOneTen Ventures)

You can find their website here.

96) Beauty Bakerie Cosmetics Brand

Beauty Bakerie Cosmetics Brand

Beauty Bakerie is an e-commerce cosmetics firm that sells a whole line of delicious ingredients from across the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Cashmere Nicole, Roderick Roberts
  • Industries: Beauty, Cosmetics, E-Commerce, Retail
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $9,599,994
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 9 (Unilever Ventures, 645 Ventures, Harlem Capital Partners, New Voices Fund, Kenneth Chenault)

You can find their website here.

97) Tealium

Tealium

Tealium is a customer data orchestration tool provider that aims to solve problems in online search, marketing, and segment targeting.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Ali Behnam, Mike Anderson
  • Industries: Analytics, Data Integration, Developer APIs, Enterprise Software, Marketing
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $263,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 17 (Silver Lake, Battery Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Citi Ventures, Bain Capital)

You can find their website here.

98) Mars Reel

Mars Reel

Mars Reel is a high school sports and youth culture content and consumer products company.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Bradley Deyo, Brandon Deyo
  • Industries: Digital Media, Fashion, Internet, Sports, Video
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $4,825,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 24 (Backstage Capital, 500 Startups, Thirty Five Ventures, Jason Robins, Haroon Mokhtarzada)

You can find their website here.

99) PatientPop

PatientPop

PatientPop is the only complete practice growth solution for healthcare practitioners that want to survive in the digital age.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Luke Kervin, Travis Schneider
  • Industries: Digital Marketing, Health Care, Internet, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $125,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 8 (Vivo Capital, Silicon Valley Bank, HLM Venture Partners, Toba Capital, Transformation Capital)

You can find their website here.

100) WME

WME

WME (William Morris Endeavor) is primarily a talent agency that represents performers in all areas of the entertainment industry.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Ariel Emanuel
  • Industries: Advertising, Digital Entertainment, Film, Music, Theatre
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $650,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (SoftBank, Silver Lake, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board)

You can find their website here.

101) Reel

Reel

Reel is a debt-free purchasing site. A simple method to save money and pay for products you want in installments.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Alejandro Quilici, Daniela Corrente
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Internet, Shopping
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $250,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 8 (The Artemis Fund, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Chingona Ventures, Watertower Ventures, BAM Ventures)

You can find their website here.

102) Biosplice Therapeutics

Biosplice Therapeutics

Biosplice Therapeutics is involved in tissue regeneration research and development.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Osman Kibar
  • Industries: Biotechnology, Health Care, Life Science
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $778,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (Sands Capital Ventures, aMoon Fund, Eventide Asset Management, Vickers Venture Partners, Esas Ventures)

You can find their website here.

103) Blaize

Blaize

Blaize is a developer of AI computing solutions for the automotive, smart vision, and enterprise computing applications.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Dinakar Munagala, Ke Yin
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Consumer, Information Technology, Service Industry
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $65,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (GGV Capital, Daimler, Temasek Holdings, Magna International, SGInnovate)

You can find their website here.

104) Cloudvirga

Cloudvirga

Cloudvirga provides a digital SaaS platform that engages clients, empowers originators, and streamlines the home loan process.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Bill Dallas, Kyle Kamrooz, Mark Attaway
  • Industries: Cloud Infrastructure, Computer, Financial Services, FinTech, Information Technology, Product Design, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $77,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 5 (Riverwood Capital, Upfront Ventures, Tribeca Early Stage Partners, Incenter, Dallas Capital Management)

You can find their website here.

105) Phase Four

Phase Four

Electric propulsion (EP) for tiny spacecraft.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: J. P. Sheehan, Simon Halpern
  • Industries: Aerospace, Innovation Management, Space Travel
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $29,565,499
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (Alumni Ventures Group, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Alsop Louie Partners, Starburst Ventures, New Science Ventures)

You can find their website here.

106) Once Upon a Farm

Once Upon a Farm

Once Upon a Farm produces high-quality, environmentally responsible, and healthy food for kids.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Ari Raz, Cassandra Curtis, Jennifer Garner, John M. Foraker
  • Industries: Baby, Food and Beverage, Health Care, Snack Food
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $33,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 5 (S2G Ventures, Cambridge Companies, CAVU Venture Partners, Beechwood Capital, LayJax Ventures)

You can find their website here.

107) Docbot

Docbot

Docbot is an AI technology firm that aims to change gastrointestinal care by providing AI-assisted picture analysis tools.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrew Ninh, Jason Samarasena, Tyler Dao, William Karnes
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise Software, Health Care, Information Technology, Medical Device
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $4,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 10 (Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Collaborative Fund, Pegasus Tech Ventures, Kleiner Perkins)

You can find their website here.

108) Liquid Death

Liquid Death

Liquid Death is made entirely of mountain water from the Australian Alps and offered in environmentally friendly cans.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Jon-Ryan Riggins, Mike Cessario
  • Industries: Manufacturing, Product Design
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $48,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 19 (Science, Live Nation Entertainment, Biz Stone, Tony Hawk, Velvet Sea Ventures)

You can find their website here.

109) Valence Community

Valence Community

Valence is an online platform that brings together, promotes, and empowers the worldwide black professional community.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Emily Slade, Kobie Fuller, La Mer Walker
  • Industries: Communities, Information Technology, Internet
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $7,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (SoftBank, GGV Capital, SB Opportunity Fund, Maveron, Silicon Valley Bank)

You can find their website here.

110) Sidecar Health

Sidecar Health

Sidecar Health is an insurtech firm that offers a customizable health insurance platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Patrick Quigley, Veronica Osetinsky
  • Industries: Health Care, Health Insurance, Insurance, InsurTech
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $163,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 11 (Menlo Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Cathay Innovation, Drive Capital, GreatPoint Ventures)

You can find their website here.

111) Zenlayer

Zenlayer

Zenlayer is a provider of software-defined networks and services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Joe Zhu
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Information Technology, ISP, Optical Communication, Software, Telecommunications
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $90,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 6 (Forebright Capital, Volcanics Venture, Prospect Avenue Capital, NSFOCUS, F&G Venture)

You can find their website here.

112) Mavenlink

Mavenlink

Mavenlink is a modern professional services organization's transformational SaaS platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Raymond Grainger, Roger Neel, Sean Crafts
  • Industries: Business Intelligence, Collaboration, Enterprise Software, Professional Services, Project Management, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $111,464,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 3 (Silicon Valley Bank, GS Growth, Carrick Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

113) Prima

Prima

Prima is a purpose-driven, best-in-class holistic wellness brand that elevates hemp-based CBD and functionally creative botanicals.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Christopher Gavigan, Jessica Assaf, Laurel Angelica Myers
  • Industries: Cannabis
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $12,475,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (Lerer Hippeau, Global Founders Capital, Greycroft, Emerald Health Therapeutics, Ben Lamm)

You can find their website here.

114) Goop

Goop

Goop is a digital lifestyle brand that offers both content and commerce.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Gwyneth Paltrow
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Health Care, Shopping, Travel, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $75,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 8 (New Enterprise Associates, Slow Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Greycroft, Felix Capital)

You can find their website here.

115) AttackIQ

AttackIQ

AttackIQ is a security optimization technology that allows security firms to have a unified threat-informed defense.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Rajesh Sharma, Stephan Chenette
  • Industries: Computer, Cyber Security, Network Security, Security, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $74,586,842
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (Index Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Telstra Ventures)

You can find their website here.

116) Carpay

Carpay

For BHPH dealers, Carpay is a loan management software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Brandon Cavalier, Nick Swezey
  • Industries: Lending, Mobile Payments, Payments, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $10,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 7 (FJ Labs, Social Leverage, Autotech Ventures, Amplify.LA, Pipeline Capital)

You can find their website here.

117) Ordermark

Ordermark

Ordermark is a restaurant's online ordering management system.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Alex Canter, Jay Fuhr, Michael Jacobs, Paul Allen
  • Industries: Information Technology, Restaurants, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $150,850,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 15 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Techstars, RiverPark Ventures, Foundry Group, Republic Labs)

You can find their website here.

118) indie Semiconductor

indie Semiconductor

Axiom created the world's first CMOS power amplifier for the smartphone market and sold 250 million units.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Donald McClymont, Ichiro Aoki, Scott Kee
  • Industries: Semiconductor
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $32,500,075
  • Funding rounds: 3

You can find their website here.

119) Kyriba

Kyriba

Treasury departments can plan for market volatility, regulation, and opportunities with Kyriba's SaaS-based treasury solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2000
  • Founders: Jean-Luc Robert
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Payments, Risk Management, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $152,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 11
  • Number of investors: 12 (HSBC, Bpifrance, Mitsubishi UFJ Capital, Upfront Ventures, Commerzbank)

You can find their website here.

120) RED 6

RED 6

ATARS is a system developed by RED 6 that allows real pilots in real planes to fly and visually maneuver against any synthetically generated enemy in real time.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Nick Bicanic
  • Industries: Augmented Reality
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $40,850,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 10 (Moonshots Capital, Lockheed Martin Ventures, Snowpoint Ventures, IronGate Capital Advisors, Octave Ventures)

You can find their website here.

121) Kate Farms

Kate Farms

Kate Farms provides patients with nutritionally improved plant-based tube feeding and enteral formulas that are well tolerated.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Michelle Laver, Richard Laver
  • Industries: Food and Beverage, Health Care, Nutrition
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $104,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 13 (Goldman Sachs, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, PacWest Bancorp, William R. Loomis, Robert Zollars)

You can find their website here.

122) Kandji

Kandji

Kandji is an Apple device management platform that works with macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Adam Pettit, Mark Daughters, Wesley Pettit
  • Industries: Information Technology, iOS, Mobile, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $88,375,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 10 (First Round Capital, Felicis Ventures, B Capital Group, SVB Capital, Greycroft)

You can find their website here.

123) Trust & Will

Trust & Will

With an easy, fast, and safe approach to set up your estate plan online, Trust & Will is reinventing the trust and estate planning business.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Brian Lamb, Cody Barbo, Daniel Goldstein
  • Industries: FinTech, Internet, Legal
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $23,030,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 23 (Techstars, Tech Coast Angels, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Western Technology Investment, Right Side Capital Management)

You can find their website here.

124) Seed Health

Seed Health

Seed Health is a microbiological firm specializing on medicines, consumer health breakthroughs, and environmental solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Ara Katz, Raja Dhir
  • Industries: Biotechnology, Health Care, Medical, Therapeutics
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $40,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 20 (Alumni Ventures Group, Founders Fund, BoxGroup, Slow Ventures, 8VC)

You can find their website here.

125) Enevate

Enevate

Enevate is a rechargeable energy storage technology firm that provides revolutionary Li-ion battery capacity.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2005
  • Founders: Benjamin Park
  • Industries: Battery, Electric Vehicle, Energy, Energy Storage, Manufacturing, Renewable Energy
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $192,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 11 (Lenovo, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Threshold, Samsung Ventures, LG Chem)

You can find their website here.

126) Z League

Z League

Z League is a Call of Duty Warzone tournament platform based on skill.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Lucas Pellan, Robbie Schneidman
  • Industries: Digital Entertainment, Gaming, PC Games
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $17,233,135
  • Funding rounds: 2

You can find their website here.

127) Classy

Classy

Classy is a web and mobile platform that allows socially responsible organizations to generate cash for a variety of causes.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2006
  • Founders: Joe Callahan, Marshall Peden, Pat Walsh, Scot Chisholm
  • Industries: Crowdfunding, Events, Non Profit, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $183,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 15 (Salesforce Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Bullpen Capital, JMI Equity, Mithril Capital Management)

You can find their website here.

128) Virgin Hyperloop

Virgin Hyperloop

Virgin Hyperloop is a transportation technology company that aims to provide rapid, direct, and sustainable transportation on a large scale.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Brogan BamBrogan, Josh Giegel, Shervin Pishevar
  • Industries: Industrial Engineering, Logistics, Transportation, Travel
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $368,426,737
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 34 (Khosla Ventures, OurCrowd, Jason Calacanis, ZhenFund, NextGen Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

129) REX - Real Estate Exchange

REX - Real Estate Exchange

REX is a real estate service company and digital platform that allows homeowners to sell, discover, and buy homes outside of the MLS.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Charles Tseng, Jack Ryan, Lynley Sides
  • Industries: Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $135,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 7 (Amit Singhal, Lion Capital, Counterpart Advisors, Scott McNealy, Gordon Segal)

You can find their website here.

130) ringDNA

ringDNA

ringDNA is a revenue acceleration platform powered by AI that converts sales teams into high-performing revenue engines.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Howard Brown
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, CRM, Predictive Analytics, Sales Automation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $35,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 3 (GS Growth, Palisades Growth Capital, Bryant Stibel Investments)

You can find their website here.

131) Beautycounter

Beautycounter

Beautycounter is a cosmetics company that sells its goods through affiliate networks and online.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Gregg Renfrew
  • Industries: Beauty, Consumer Goods, Cosmetics, E-Commerce, Health Care
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $93,939,417
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 4 (Mousse Partners, Baron Davis, TPG Growth, Pilot)

You can find their website here.

132) TAE Technologies

TAE Technologies

TAE Technologies is tackling the world's most difficult problems using patented science and engineering.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1998
  • Founders: Glenn Seaborg, Hendrik Monkhorst, Norman Rostoker
  • Industries: Energy, Energy Management, Renewable Energy
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $916,934,000
  • Funding rounds: 14
  • Number of investors: 11 (Google, New Enterprise Associates, Vulcan Capital, Wellcome Trust, Venrock)

You can find their website here.

133) Ritual

Ritual

Ritual is a consumer goods re-inventing health technology firm.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Katerina Markov Schneider
  • Industries: Consumer Goods, Health Care, Medical, Subscription Service, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $40,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 15 (Founders Fund, Norwest Venture Partners, New Enterprise Associates, Forerunner Ventures, Upfront Ventures)

You can find their website here.

134) Kitchen United

Kitchen United

Kitchen United provides a complete solution that removes development constraints and allows restaurant brands to expand financially.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Massimo Noja De Marco
  • Industries: Commercial, E-Commerce, Food and Beverage, Information Technology, Real Estate, Restaurants, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $50,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 11 (GV, G Squared, Fidelity, ACE & Company, GoldenArc Capital)

You can find their website here.

135) Anduril Industries

Anduril Industries

Anduril Industries is a defense equipment manufacturer that creates technology for military and border surveillance organizations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Brian Schimpf, Joseph Chen, Matt Grimm, Palmer Luckey, Trae Stephens
  • Industries: Aerospace, Autonomous Vehicles, Computer Vision, Government, National Security
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $691,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 17 (General Catalyst, Founders Fund, Lux Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Spark Capital)

You can find their website here.

136) NEXT Trucking

NEXT Trucking

Shippers can connect with freight capacity across drayage, transload, and OTR using NEXT's proprietary technology and digital freight marketplace.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Elton Chung, Lidia Yan
  • Industries: Freight Service
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $124,260,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 9 (Sequoia Capital, GLP, Shea Ventures, Mucker Capital, Brookfield Technology Partners)

You can find their website here.

137) Kneron

Kneron

Kneron creates artificial intelligence-based technologies using an application-specific integrated circuit and software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Albert Liu, Frank Chang
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Robotics, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $90,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 12 (Sequoia Capital, Foxconn Technology Group, Qualcomm, Horizons Ventures, CDIB Capital)

You can find their website here.

138) 100 Thieves

100 Thieves

100 Thieves is a gaming, e-sports, and apparel-focused lifestyle company.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Matthew Haag
  • Industries: Digital Media, eSports, Gaming, Lifestyle, Online Games, PC Games
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $60,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 15 (Sequoia Capital, Marc Benioff, Aglaé Ventures, WndrCo, Tao Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

139) Riskalyze

Riskalyze

Riskalyze assists investment advisors in capturing a quantitative measurement of their clients' risk tolerance in order to find investments that are appropriate for them.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Aaron Klein, Matt Pistone
  • Industries: Finance, FinTech, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $23,542,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 1 (FTV Capital)

You can find their website here.

140) Crexi

Crexi

Crexi is a technological platform that brings together commercial real estate resources for brokers, investors, and renters into a single platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Ben Widhelm, Erek Benz, Luke Morris, Michael DeGiorgio
  • Industries: Commercial Real Estate, Marketplace, Real Estate, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $54,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 15 (Lerer Hippeau, Founder Collective, Freestyle Capital, Industry Ventures, Jackson Square Ventures)

You can find their website here.

141) Ready, Set, Food!

Ready, Set, Food!

It's time to eat! creates an evidence-based solution to help parents safeguard their children from common food allergies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Andy Leitner, Daniel Zakowski
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Food and Beverage, Health Care
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $9,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 12 (Cornerstone OnDemand, Tech Coast Angels, Mark Cuban, AF Ventures, Amplify.LA)

You can find their website here.

142) Cue

Cue

Cue allows users to track their health at the molecular level, displaying how activity, food, and sleep interact.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Ayub Khattak, Clint Sever
  • Industries: Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Medical, Medical Device
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $664,603,339
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 28 (Marc Benioff, Foresite Capital, Johnson & Johnson, MaC Venture Capital, U.S. Department of Defense)

You can find their website here.

143) Blooma

Blooma

Blooma is the premier artificial intelligence-powered digital underwriting platform for commercial real estate.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Shayne Skaff, Shayne Skaff
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Commercial Real Estate, FinTech, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $20,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 8 (Nyca Partners, Abstract Ventures, Floodgate, Canapi Ventures, Serra Ventures)

You can find their website here.

144) Moving Analytics

Moving Analytics

Moving Analytics is a provider of turnkey and home-based cardiovascular disease post-acute care management solutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Ade Adesanya, Gaurav S. Sukhatme, Harsh Vathsangam, Joe Villanueva, Shuo Qiao
  • Industries: Health Care, Information Technology, Medical, mHealth
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $11,515,000
  • Funding rounds: 12
  • Number of investors: 13 (MassChallenge, Stanford University, OCA Ventures, Blueprint Health, MedTech Innovator)

You can find their website here.

145) Housecall Pro

Housecall Pro

Housecall Pro is a company that creates mobile software that connects back-end business operations with homeowners.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Adam Perry-Pelletier, Chris Zwickilton, Ian Heidt, Reza Olfat, Roland Ligtenberg
  • Industries: Apps, Home Improvement, Home Renovation, Information Technology, Mobile, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $50,049,997
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 10 (General Catalyst, Balderton Capital, August Capital, Headline, Akkadian Ventures)

You can find their website here.

146) Koji

Koji

Koji is the most powerful bio platform in the world, constructing the app store for the Creator Economy.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Dmitry Shapiro, Jonathan Miller, Sean Thielen
  • Industries: App Discovery, Content Creators, Developer Platform, Developer Tools, Social Media
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $16,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 32 (Greylock, Galaxy Interactive, BITKRAFT Ventures, Mark Pincus, Moonshots Capital)

You can find their website here.

147) Happs

Happs

Happs is a real-time news portal that broadcasts breaking news from around the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Drew Shepard, Mark Goldman
  • Industries: News, Social Media, Social News
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $4,700,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (Goodwater Capital, Crosslink Capital, Bullpen Capital, Corazon Capital, Rob Hayes)

You can find their website here.

148) Mercato

Mercato

Mercato is an online food store that connects customers with local businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Bobby Brannigan, Dave Bateman, Edward Politis, Jesse Villanueva, Matthew Alarie, Michael Mason
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Grocery, Marketplace
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $34,700,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 18 (Correlation Ventures, Greycroft, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Team Europe, Velvet Sea Ventures)

You can find their website here.

149) Heliogen

Heliogen

Heliogen is a renewable energy technology firm that harnesses the sun's energy to replace fossil fuels.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Aaron Fyke, Bill Gross
  • Industries: Energy, Industrial, Renewable Energy, Solar
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $128,550,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 18 (Bill Gates, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, Prime Movers Lab, Neotribe Ventures, Steve Case)

You can find their website here.

150) SOCi

SOCi

SOCi is a centralized platform that allows multi-location marketers to communicate with and engage local customers.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Afif Khoury, Alo Sarv, Tony Rindsberg
  • Industries: Advertising, Digital Marketing, Marketing, Social Media, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $117,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 18 (Stanford University, JMI Equity, Blossom Street Ventures, Vertical Venture Partners, EvoNexus)

You can find their website here.

151) Tradesy

Tradesy

In the United States, Tradesy is the most popular peer-to-peer luxury apparel resale website.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: John Hall, Sash Catanzarite, Tracy DiNunzio
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Internet, Marketplace, Retail
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $133,728,830
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 15 (500 Startups, Bee Partners, Kleiner Perkins, Virgin Group, Red Swan Ventures)

You can find their website here.

152) UpKeep

UpKeep

UpKeep is a platform that provides a computerized maintenance management system for technicians and maintenance personnel.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Ryan Chan
  • Industries: B2B, Internet, Mobile, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $48,820,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 16 (FundersClub, Battery Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Insight Partners, Emergence)

You can find their website here.

153) Cylance

Cylance

Cylance is a multinational cybersecurity company that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve security issues.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Ryan Permeh, Stuart McClure
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Enterprise Software, Machine Learning
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $297,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 15 (Khosla Ventures, Citi Ventures, Insight Partners, Dell Technologies Capital, Blackstone Group)

You can find their website here.

154) Pathmatics

Pathmatics

Pathmatics is a marketing tool that allows brands, competitors, and entire industries visibility into their digital ad success.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Gabe Gottlieb, Seth Demsey, Tom Lorimor
  • Industries: Advertising, Advertising Platforms, Analytics, Marketing Automation
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $7,700,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 14 (Upfront Ventures, BDMI, Baroda Ventures, Wavemaker Partners, Manatt Venture Fund)

You can find their website here.

155) Cloud9

Cloud9

Cloud9 is a multi-game professional esports organization situated in the Los Angeles, California area.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Jacques Etienne, Paullie Etienne
  • Industries: eSports, Gaming, Online Games, Sports
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $79,309,995
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 26 (Founders Fund, Craft Ventures, Alexis Ohanian, Valor Equity Partners, Eldridge)

You can find their website here.

156) Scorpion

Scorpion

Scorpion was founded to improve the lives of local small companies and the communities they serve.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2001
  • Founders: Rustin Kretz
  • Industries: Advertising, Lead Management, Marketing, SEO, Social Media Marketing, Software, Web Design
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $100,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (Bregal Sagemount)

You can find their website here.

157) Openpath

Openpath

For businesses and landlords, Openpath Security offers a mobile and cloud-based access management system.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Alex Kazerani, James Segil, Phil Goldsmith, Rob Peters, Samy Kamkar
  • Industries: Hardware, Identity Management, Intrusion Detection, Physical Security, Property Management, Smart Home
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $63,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 12 (Emergence, Greycroft, Fika Ventures, Upfront Ventures, Bonfire Ventures)

You can find their website here.

158) Age of Learning

Age of Learning

For pre-k, kindergarten, and early primary school programs, Age of Learning offers a comprehensive and engaging online curriculum.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Doug Dohring
  • Industries: E-Learning, EdTech, Education
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $181,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (ICONIQ Capital, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Angel Capital Management)

You can find their website here.

159) Cordial

Cordial

The Building Blocks for Customized Customer Experiences

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Adam Gillespie, Chris McGreal, David Baker, Jeremy Swift
  • Industries: Email Marketing, Marketing Automation, Mobile, Personalization, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $23,550,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 5 (Upfront Ventures, High Alpha, R/GA Ventures, PeakSpan Capital, Ignite Farm)

You can find their website here.

160) Cartwheel

Cartwheel

Cartwheel is the most popular on-demand delivery management software for restaurants and other businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Alex Vasilkin, Dan Zamylin, Magdim Metshin
  • Industries: Delivery, Enterprise Software, Food and Beverage, Last Mile Transportation, Location Based Services, Logistics, Navigation, Same Day Delivery, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $1,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 3 (TenOneTen Ventures, Act One Ventures, Portillos)

You can find their website here.

161) Winc

Winc

Winc is a cutting-edge winery with a direct line to the consumer, developing a portfolio of brands for the future generation of wine connoisseurs.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Brian Smith, Geoff McFarlane, Mark Thomas Lynn, Xander Oxman
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Hospitality, Wine And Spirits
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $43,873,169
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 15 (Bessemer Venture Partners, 500 Startups, Amplify.LA, Wavemaker Partners, Guild Capital)

You can find their website here.

162) Syntiant

Syntiant

Syntiant is a deep learning technology startup that specializes on AI voice and sensor technology.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Jeremy Holleman, Kurt Busch, Pieter Vorenkamp, Steph Bailey
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Semiconductor, Sensor
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $65,059,996
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 15 (Intel Capital, Microsoft, DHVC, Atlantic Bridge, Alpha Edison)

You can find their website here.

163) Sugar

Sugar

Sugar, formerly known as Jetpack, improves the living experience in apartment buildings.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Fatima Dicko
  • Industries: Consumer Applications, Consumer Software, Location Based Services, Mobile, Property Management, Real Estate
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $950,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 8 (Precursor Ventures, Dorm Room Fund, Rough Draft Ventures, NON-fungible Chan, NewDo Venture)

You can find their website here.

164) Shoreline Biosciences

Shoreline Biosciences

Shoreline Biosciences is a biomedical firm that aims to develop immunotherapies for terminally ill patients.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Dan S. Kaufman, Kleanthis G. Xanthopoulos, Marios Fotiadis, Steven Holtzman, William Sandborn
  • Industries: Biotechnology, Life Science, Medical
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $46,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 9 (Kite Pharma, Logos Capital, Janus Henderson Investors, Boxer Capital, BVF Partners)

You can find their website here.

165) Salted

Salted

Salted is a platform for building and scaling healthier quick-service restaurant companies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Jeff Appelbaum
  • Industries: Cooking, Food and Beverage, Grocery
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $8,918,742
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 13 (Craft Ventures, Valor Equity Partners, Third Wave Digital, Wonder Ventures, Joanne Wilson)

You can find their website here.

166) Bev

Bev

Bev is a beverage company owner that sells dry rose wine.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Alix Peabody
  • Industries: Lifestyle
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $7,958,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 7 (Founders Fund, MaC Venture Capital, Republic Labs, Edward Lando, Formic Ventures)

You can find their website here.

167) Beyond Limits

Beyond Limits

Beyond Limits is a firm that focuses on energy, utilities, and healthcare and develops industrial and enterprise-grade AI technology.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: AJ Abdallat, Mark James
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Energy, Health Care, Industrial, Machine Learning
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $158,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 2 (Group 42, BP Ventures)

You can find their website here.

168) Italic

Italic

The "Everything Store" of the future

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Jeremy Cai
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Logistics, Retail, Retail Technology, Supply Chain Management
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $15,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 14 (Index Ventures, Global Founders Capital, Scott Belsky, Inovia Capital, Charlie Songhurst)

You can find their website here.

169) Hyperice

Hyperice

Athletes can benefit from HyperIce's healing and movement enhancing technologies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Anthony Katz
  • Industries: Fitness, Health Care, Sporting Goods, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $47,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 24 (One Team Partners, National Basketball Association, Naomi Osaka, 32 Equity, Main Street Advisors)

You can find their website here.

170) ABL Space Systems

ABL Space Systems

ABL Space Systems manufactures tiny satellite launch rockets.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Harry O'Hanley
  • Industries: Aerospace, Information Technology, Satellite Communication
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $219,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 8 (Fidelity Management and Research Company, T. Rowe Price, Venrock, JAM Fund, Lockheed Martin)

You can find their website here.

171) LeaseLock

LeaseLock

LeaseLock is a security deposit-free insurance technology firm that uses artificial intelligence.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Derek Merrill, Reichen Kuhl
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, FinTech, Insurance, InsurTech, Property Management, Real Estate, Rental Property
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $63,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 20 (500 Startups, Gaingels, Tech Coast Angels, Clocktower Technology Ventures, Softbank Ventures Asia)

You can find their website here.

172) Flowspace

Flowspace

Flowspace is a network that provides on-demand warehousing and fulfillment services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Ben Eachus, Jason Harbert
  • Industries: Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Warehousing
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $46,520,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 10 (Y Combinator, Canvas Ventures, BuildGroup, WndrCo, 1984 Ventures)

You can find their website here.

173) TigerConnect

TigerConnect

TigerConnect is a collaborative platform for healthcare that improves clinical operations and systems.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Andrew Brooks M.D., Brad Brooks
  • Industries: Compliance, Enterprise, Health Care, Messaging, mHealth, Privacy, Text Analytics
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $100,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 17 (Norwest Venture Partners, OrbiMed, Shasta Ventures, Invus, New Leaf Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

174) Xos Trucks

Xos Trucks

Xos Trucks is a company that specializes in the production of totally electric commercial trucks.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Dakota Semler, Giordano Sordoni
  • Industries: Electric Vehicle, Manufacturing, Railroad, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $20,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 3 (Sand Hill Angels, BUILD Capital Partners, Proeza Ventures)

You can find their website here.

175) BlueNalu

BlueNalu

BlueNalu is a cellular aquaculture startup that aims to meet the world's demand for fresh, sustainable, and compassionate fish.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Chris Dammann, Christopher Somogyi, Lou Cooperhouse
  • Industries: Biotechnology, Food and Beverage
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $84,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 24 (OurCrowd, Tech Coast Angels, Clear Current Capital, CPT Capital, Nutreco)

You can find their website here.

176) MeUndies

MeUndies

MeUndies creates comfortable underwear and loungewear for its clients by combining sustainable fabric and unique design.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Barak Diskin, Jonathan Shokrian
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Retail, Subscription Service
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $50,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 21 (M13, Winklevoss Capital, NOMO Ventures, Walden Venture Capital, Daniel Curran)

You can find their website here.

177) Movandi

Movandi

Movandi is a wireless systems firm focused on 5G millimeter wave network technological problems.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Ahmadreza Rofougaran, Maryam Rofougaran
  • Industries: Internet, Mobile, Wireless
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $57,449,991
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 6 (Alumni Ventures Group, Cota Capital, Celesta Capital, DNX Ventures, Sierra Ventures)

You can find their website here.

178) Cyvatar.ai

Cyvatar.ai

Cyvatar.ai is a supplier of technology-enabled cyber security as a service.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Corey White
  • Industries: Cyber Security
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $12,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 3 (ATX Venture Partners, Bill Wood Ventures, CORTEC)

You can find their website here.

179) Crossover Health

Crossover Health

To self-insured organizations, Crossover Health creates and offers membership-based primary and secondary care services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Scott Shreeve
  • Industries: Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Hospital
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $281,487,877
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 10 (Norwest Venture Partners, OrbiMed, Perceptive Advisors, Deerfield Management, Foresite Capital)

You can find their website here.

180) CareRev

CareRev

CareRev is an online technology platform that allows hospitals and outpatient clinics to hire per diem medical professionals directly.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Sofia Pessanha, Will Patterson
  • Industries: Health Care, Human Resources, Marketplace
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $51,288,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 13 (FundersClub, Gaingels, Y Combinator, Industry Ventures, Kevin Mahaffey)

You can find their website here.

181) Skurt

Skurt

Skurt is a technology and logistics platform that makes it simple to get an automobile in any location.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Aaron Peck, Avi Zolty, Harry Hurst, Josh Mangel
  • Industries: Automotive, Internet, Rental, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $11,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 14 (Greycroft, BMW i Ventures, MaC Venture Capital, Upfront Ventures, Ludlow Ventures)

You can find their website here.

182) CreatorIQ

CreatorIQ

Enterprises may use CreatorIQ's intelligence-driven platform to manage influencer marketing and brand advocacy across multinational teams.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Igor Vaks
  • Industries: Advertising, Advertising Platforms, Brand Marketing, Enterprise Software, SaaS, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $40,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 6 (Unilever Ventures, Third Wave Digital, Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, Vayner/RSE, TVC Capital)

You can find their website here.

183) TRIPP, Inc.

TRIPP, Inc.

The award-winning digital psychedelic wellness platform that transforms your mood with the power of virtual and augmented reality.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Nanea Reeves, Zachary Norman
  • Industries: Computer, Developer Platform, Gaming
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $15,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 22 (CTR Capital, Psychedelic Medicine Syndicate, Redbeard Ventures, Iter Investments, Mayfield Fund)

You can find their website here.

184) AirMap

AirMap

AirMap is a platform for unmanned aircraft that provides airspace services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Ben Marcus, Gregory McNeal
  • Industries: Aerospace, Autonomous Vehicles, Big Data, Drones, Navigation, Robotics
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $78,657,664
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 22 (General Catalyst, Rakuten, Lux Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Sony)

You can find their website here.

185) Replicated

Replicated

Cloud-based SaaS vendors can use Replicated to deliver an on-premises, self-hosted version of their software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Grant Miller, Marc Campbell
  • Industries: Cloud Infrastructure, Developer Tools, Enterprise Software, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $35,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 18 (Founder Collective, Boldstart Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, Western Technology Investment, Heavybit)

You can find their website here.

186) Donut

Donut

Donut is the simplest method to save money and make a big return with DeFi.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Neel Popat
  • Industries: Consumer, Cryptocurrency, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $3,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 10 (Entrepreneur First, Redalpine, Robot Ventures, Tiny VC, Marcus Mosen)

You can find their website here.

187) Lytx

Lytx

Lytx, Inc. is a company that creates video-based driver safety and fleet management software.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1998
  • Founders: Gary Rayner
  • Industries: Corporate Training, Fleet Management, Logistics, Transportation, Video
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $769,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 13 (Menlo Ventures, Insight Partners, Tech Coast Angels, Clearlake Capital Group, JMI Equity)

You can find their website here.

188) MobileCause

MobileCause

With its engagement platform, MobileCause helps charity attract more contributors and inspire recurring donations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Daniel Scalisi
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, FinTech, Mobile, Non Profit, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $21,403,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 2 (Tech Coast Angels, Level Equity Management)

You can find their website here.

189) Moleaer

Moleaer

MoleaerTM (Latin for "small air"), a firm established in Los Angeles, creates industrial nanobubble systems.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Bruce Scholten, Warren Russell
  • Industries: Industrial, Nanotechnology
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $20,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 4 (S2G Ventures, Energy Innovation Capital, ADM Capital, Cibus Fund)

You can find their website here.

190) Whip Media

Whip Media

Whip Media's market-leading corporate software platform is revolutionizing the worldwide TV and cinema content licensing industry.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Antonio Pinto, Ori Birnbaum, Richard Rosenblatt
  • Industries: Content, Internet, Social Media, TV, Video
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $115,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 15 (WME, Institutional Venture Partners, Greycroft, Compound, Raine Ventures)

You can find their website here.

191) Specular Theory, Inc.

Specular Theory, Inc.

Award-winning virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence (VR/AR/AI) training applications for the defense and commercial sectors. A Phase III SBIR firm. The company is based in Los Angeles, California.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Morris May, Ryan Pulliam
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Enterprise, Enterprise Applications, Gaming, Media and Entertainment, Military, Software, Virtual Reality
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $5,700,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 1 (Toba Capital)

You can find their website here.

192) Centerfield

Centerfield

Search Engine Marketing & Advertising Technology

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Brett Cravatt, Jason Cohen
  • Industries: Advertising, Marketing Automation, SEM, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $156,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (H.I.G. Capital, H.I.G. Growth Partners)

You can find their website here.

193) TechStyle Fashion Group

TechStyle Fashion Group

TechStyle is a worldwide fashion membership commerce startup dedicated to rethinking the global fashion industry.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Adam Goldenberg, Don Ressler
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Fashion, Lifestyle, Retail, Shoes
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $336,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 11 (TCV, Matrix Partners, Loyal VC, Nimble Ventures, Rho Ventures)

You can find their website here.

194) NetraDyne

NetraDyne

NetraDyne is a software firm that uses computer vision and deep learning technology to solve real-world challenges.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Avneesh Agrawal, David Julian
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Computer, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Robotics, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $47,520,546
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 4 (Reliance Industries, Point72 Ventures, M12, Reliance Industrial Investments and Holdings)

You can find their website here.

195) Boosted Commerce

Boosted Commerce

Boosted Commerce is a consumer packaged goods (CPG) platform that buys a wide range of verticals and business sizes.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Charlie Chanaratsopon, Keith Richman
  • Industries: Business Development, Developer Platform, Internet
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $137,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 10 (Spencer Rascoff, Torch Capital, Elie Seidman, Tucker Kain, Crosscut Ventures)

You can find their website here.

196) Saviynt

Saviynt

Saviynt is a cloud and enterprise security platform that allows businesses to safeguard applications, data, and infrastructure in a single platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Sachin Nayyar
  • Industries: Cloud Data Services, Enterprise Software, Security
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $40,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (Carrick Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

197) Navitas Semiconductor

Navitas Semiconductor

For the power supply industries, Navitas Semiconductor develops a range of GaN power ICs.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Dan Kinzer, Gene Sheridan, Nick Fichtenbaum
  • Industries: Electronics, Manufacturing, Semiconductor, Solar, Supply Chain Management
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $47,088,914
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 3 (Atlantic Bridge, Capricorn Investment Group, MESH)

You can find their website here.

198) Parachute Home

Parachute Home

For a more comfortable environment, Parachute Home manufactures trendy bedding and bath items.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Ariel Kaye
  • Industries: Home Decor, Interior Design, Retail
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $44,835,181
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 14 (Susa Ventures, Flybridge, Upfront Ventures, Jaws Ventures, Joanne Wilson)

You can find their website here.

199) Wave XR

Wave XR

Wave focuses on interactive virtual experiences with the goal of assisting artists in monetizing their work at the crossroads of gaming and entertainment.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Aaron Lemke, Adam Arrigo, Finn Staber
  • Industries: Concerts, Digital Entertainment, Virtual Reality
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $42,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 35 (RRE Ventures, Tencent Music Entertainment, Seedcamp, Maveron, Greycroft)

You can find their website here.

200) Swell Energy

Swell Energy

Swell is a domestic energy storage developer and aggregator based in California.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrew Meyer, Matthew Rising, Suleman Khan
  • Industries: Energy, Renewable Energy
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $462,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 5 (Ares Management, For Good Ventures, Urban Us, Aligned Climate Capital, Zak Tanjeloff)

You can find their website here.

201) Califia Farms

Califia Farms

Califia Farms is a natural beverage manufacturer.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Greg Steltenpohl
  • Industries: Food and Beverage, Nutrition, Organic Food
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $340,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 9 (Temasek Holdings, Stripes, Qatar Investment Authority, Claridge, Partnership Capital Growth Investors)

You can find their website here.

202) Quantgene

Quantgene

Liquid Biopsy, Genomics, A.I., Cancer Diagnostics

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Dr. Monika Hagen, Johannes Bhakdi
  • Industries: Bioinformatics, Genetics, Health Care, Health Diagnostics
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $20,734,143
  • Funding rounds: 4

You can find their website here.

203) AvantStay

AvantStay

AvantStay is a technology-driven hospitality firm that specializes on group travel experiences.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Reuben Doetsch, Sean Breuner
  • Industries: Hospitality, Tourism, Travel
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $26,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 11 (Abstract Ventures, F-Prime Capital, Bullpen Capital, Blue Ivy Ventures, 3L Capital)

You can find their website here.

204) Wheels

Wheels

Wheels is a public shared electric mobility platform that offers transportation to the general public.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Chris Stavlas, Jonathan Viner, Joshua Viner
  • Industries: Autonomous Vehicles, Electric Vehicle, Transportation, Travel
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $96,297,422
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (Alumni Ventures Group, Bullpen Capital, DBL Partners, Naval Ravikant, 3L Capital)

You can find their website here.

205) NEXA3D

NEXA3D

Professionals and organizations of all sizes may now afford ultrafast industrial-grade Stereolithography 3D printers thanks to NEXA3D.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrea Denaro, Avi Reichental, Gianni Zitelli, Luciano Tringali
  • Industries: 3D Printing, 3D Technology, Printing
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $94,999,999
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 3 (OurCrowd, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Avi Reichental)

You can find their website here.

206) SUPER73

SUPER73

SUPER73 is a lifestyle adventure brand based in the United States that combines motorcycling tradition with youth culture.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Aaron P. Wong, Alix Armour, LeGrand Crewse, Michael Cannavo
  • Industries: Electric Vehicle, Retail, Transportation, Travel
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $29,490,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 2 (Bradley Horowitz, Volition Capital)

You can find their website here.

207) Ring

Ring

Ring is an outdoor home security company that offers a variety of preventative security doorbells and cameras to homes.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: James Siminoff
  • Industries: Consumer Electronics, Security, Smart Home
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $203,700,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 23 (First Round Capital, True Ventures, Felicis Ventures, CRV, Qualcomm Ventures)

You can find their website here.

208) Second Spectrum

Second Spectrum

Second Spectrum is working on a game machine learning software that will use artificial intelligence to change sports.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Jeff Su, Rajiv Maheswaran, Yu-Han Chang
  • Industries: Augmented Reality, Big Data, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Sports
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $20,099,998
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 4 (LionTree, August Capital, TenOneTen Ventures, Elysian Park Ventures)

You can find their website here.

209) Provivi

Provivi

Provivi creates biopesticides for use in agriculture, commercial pest control, domestic pest control, and public health pest control.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Frances Arnold, Pedro Coelho, Peter Meinhold
  • Industries: Agriculture, Biotechnology, Chemical
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $169,971,104
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (Temasek Holdings, Vivo Capital, BASF Venture Capital, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, DuPont)

You can find their website here.

210) The Black Tux

The Black Tux

The Black Tux is a company that rents tuxedos and suits.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Andrew Blackmon, Mike Gammarino, Patrick Coyne
  • Industries: Fashion, Internet, Rental
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $67,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 13 (First Round Capital, Menlo Ventures, BoxGroup, Lerer Hippeau, RRE Ventures)

You can find their website here.

211) ZEFR

ZEFR

On YouTube, Zefr enables video-level content targeting at scale, allowing brands to reach their target audience safely and effectively.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Richard Raddon, Zach James
  • Industries: Advertising, Enterprise Software, Internet, Video, Video Advertising
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $65,062,378
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 13 (First Round Capital, Felicis Ventures, Shasta Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, U.S. Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

212) Edmunds

Edmunds

Edmunds is a consumer review website that provides consumers with new and used automobile research, shopping, and buying features.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1966
  • Founders: Ludwig Arons
  • Industries: Automotive, Online Portals, Shopping
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $50,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (CarMax)

You can find their website here.

213) Plaid

Plaid

Plaid gives businesses the tools and access they need to create a digitally empowered financial system.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: William Hockey, Zachary Perret
  • Industries: Financial Services, FinTech, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $734,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 19 (Goldman Sachs, Silver Lake, Index Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Ribbit Capital)

You can find their website here.

214) Ripple

Ripple

Ripple uses the power of blockchain to provide a frictionless way to transmit money around the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Arthur Britto, Chris Larsen, Ryan Fugger
  • Industries: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Financial Services, FinTech, Internet, Payments
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $293,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 13
  • Number of investors: 36 (Blockchain Capital, Accenture, Pantera Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Digital Currency Group)

You can find their website here.

215) Reddit

Reddit

Reddit is a social media network that allows users to share links, produce content, and participate in discussions about topics that interest them.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2005
  • Founders: Alexis Ohanian, Steve Huffman
  • Industries: Content, News, Social Bookmarking, Social Media, Social Network
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $919,049,748
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 28 (Tencent, Craft Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, 500 Startups)

You can find their website here.

216) Instacart

Instacart

Instacart is an online grocery delivery and pickup service that caters to both businesses and consumers.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Apoorva Mehta, Brandon Leonardo, Max Mullen
  • Industries: Delivery Service, E-Commerce, Grocery, Shopping
  • Number of employees: 5001-10000
  • Funding: $2,685,992,575
  • Funding rounds: 17
  • Number of investors: 35 (General Catalyst, FundersClub, Khosla Ventures, DST Global, Sequoia Capital)

You can find their website here.

217) Flutterwave

Flutterwave

Flutterwave is a fintech firm that provides worldwide merchants and payment service providers with payment infrastructure.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Olugbenga Agboola
  • Industries: Financial Services, FinTech, Payments
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $234,743,837
  • Funding rounds: 13
  • Number of investors: 42 (DST Global, Salesforce Ventures, Visa, Tiger Global Management, Insight Partners)

You can find their website here.

218) Twitch

Twitch

Twitch is a social video platform that allows gamers to stream, watch, and discuss video games.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Emmett Shear, Justin Kan, Kevin Lin, Kyle Vogt, Michael Seibel, Omar Javed
  • Industries: Social Media, Video, Video Games, Video Streaming
  • Number of employees: 5001-10000
  • Funding: $35,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 9 (Bessemer Venture Partners, SV Angel, Y Combinator, Draper Associates, Thrive Capital)

You can find their website here.

219) Cruise

Cruise

Cruise creates self-driving vehicles that link people to the places, things, and experiences they care about in a safe and secure manner.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Daniel Kan, Jeremy Guillory, Kyle Vogt
  • Industries: Automotive, Autonomous Vehicles, Robotics, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $13,018,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 11
  • Number of investors: 45 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Walmart, Felicis Ventures, Microsoft, SV Angel)

You can find their website here.

220) MasterClass

MasterClass

MasterClass is an online education platform that specializes in video-based practical training.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Aaron Rasmussen, David Rogier
  • Industries: EdTech, Education, Training
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $461,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 35 (New Enterprise Associates, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Gaingels, GSV Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

221) Gong

Gong

Gong.io is a revenue intelligence platform that provides large-scale insights.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Amit Bendov, Eilon Reshef
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, CRM, Information Technology, Machine Learning, Sales, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $583,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 13 (Index Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Battery Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital)

You can find their website here.

222) Eightfold

Eightfold

Eightfold is a talent intelligence platform that helps businesses locate, acquire, and retain employees.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Ashutosh Garg, Varun Kacholia
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Human Resources, Information Technology, Recruiting, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $396,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 8 (General Catalyst, SoftBank Vision Fund, Foundation Capital, Institutional Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

223) Oculus

Oculus

Oculus, which makes the Rift, creates virtual reality systems and technologies that allow users to experience anything with anybody.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Brendan Iribe, Jack McCauley, Maxwell Planck, Michael Antonov, Mike LeBeau, Nate Mitchell, Palmer Luckey
  • Industries: Augmented Reality, Consumer Electronics, Hardware, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtualization
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $98,387,429
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 10 (Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Spark Capital, Matrix Partners, Formation 8)

You can find their website here.

224) Kraken

Kraken

Kraken is a cryptocurrency exchange that offers spot and futures trading for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more than 40 additional cryptocurrencies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Jesse Powell
  • Industries: Asset Management, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Ethereum, Financial Exchanges, Financial Services, FinTech, Personal Finance, Stock Exchanges, Trading Platform
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $118,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 12
  • Number of investors: 15 (Blockchain Capital, Digital Currency Group, Assiya Capital Partners, BnkToTheFuture, Hummingbird Ventures)

You can find their website here.

225) GitLab

GitLab

GitLab is a web-based open source Git repository manager with built-in CI/CD, wiki, and issue tracking functionality.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Dmitriy Zaporozhets, Sytse Sijbrandij
  • Industries: Information Technology, Open Source, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $434,200,000
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 26 (Goldman Sachs, FundersClub, Khosla Ventures, 500 Startups, GV)

You can find their website here.

226) Faire

Faire

Faire is a company that specializes in assisting retailers in locating and purchasing wholesale products for their stores.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Daniele Perito, Jeffrey Kolovson, Marcelo Cortes, Max Rhodes
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Marketplace, Retail, Retail Technology, Wholesale
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $695,950,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 16 (Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, DST Global, Norwest Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital)

You can find their website here.

227) Lucid Motors

Lucid Motors

Lucid Motors is an automobile manufacturer that focuses on electric vehicles.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Andrew Burns, Sam Weng
  • Industries: Automotive, Autonomous Vehicles, Electric Vehicle, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $1,330,999,992
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 5 (Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, Venrock, Mitsui & Co, China Environmental Fund, Jafco Life Science)

You can find their website here.

228) Thumbtack

Thumbtack

Thumbtack is a technological business that creates a home management platform for the modern era.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Jeremy Tunnell, Jonathan Swanson, Marco Zappacosta, Sander Daniels
  • Industries: Internet, Professional Services, Service Industry
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $698,200,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 26 (Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global Management, Collaborative Fund, Cyan Banister, Jason Calacanis)

You can find their website here.

229) Neo4j

Neo4j

Neo4j is a cloud-based graph database platform that offers data analytics and connecting services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Emil Eifrem, Johan Svensson, Peter Neubauer
  • Industries: Analytics, Business Information Systems, Data Visualization, Database
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $515,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 13 (Eurazeo, GV, Creandum, Dawn Capital, DTCP)

You can find their website here.

230) SentinelOne

SentinelOne

SentinelOne is a self-contained endpoint security solution that detects, stops, and responds to threats across all key attack vectors.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Almog Cohen, Ehud Shamir, Tomer Weingarten
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Network Security, Security
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $696,520,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 18 (Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global Management, Insight Partners, Redpoint, Qualcomm Ventures)

You can find their website here.

231) Udacity

Udacity

Udacity is a company that creates online learning platforms for artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: David Stavens, Mike Sokolsky, Sebastian Thrun
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, E-Learning, EdTech, Education, Internet, Machine Learning, Robotics, Software, Training
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $235,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 13 (Andreessen Horowitz, CRV, Hercules Capital, GV, Emerson Collective)

You can find their website here.

232) Illumio

Illumio

Illumio is a SaaS platform that automates the detection and prevention of cyberattacks.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Andrew Rubin, PJ Kirner
  • Industries: Cloud Security, Cyber Security, Data Center, SaaS, Security
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $557,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 22 (General Catalyst, BlackRock, Andreessen Horowitz, 8VC, Juniper Networks)

You can find their website here.

233) Iterable

Iterable

Iterable is a marketing automation tool that helps businesses optimize and track every client encounter.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Andrew Boni, Justin Zhu
  • Industries: CRM, Email Marketing, Enterprise Software, Marketing Automation
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $342,200,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 19 (Silver Lake, Index Ventures, 500 Startups, CRV, Viking Global Investors)

You can find their website here.

234) Automation Anywhere

Automation Anywhere

Automation Anywhere is a cognitive Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform for enterprises.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2003
  • Founders: Ankur Kothari, Mihir Shukla, Neeti Mehta, Rushabh Parmani
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise Software, Machine Learning, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $840,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 10 (Goldman Sachs, SoftBank Vision Fund, General Atlantic, Salesforce Ventures, New Enterprise Associates)

You can find their website here.

235) Patreon

Patreon

Patreon is a website that connects musicians and other artists with their supporters.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Jack Conte, Sam Yam
  • Industries: Media and Entertainment, Music, Podcast, Sponsorship, Video
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $413,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 34 (Index Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, SV Angel, CRV, Tiger Global Management)

You can find their website here.

236) Vercel

Vercel

Vercel is a platform for developing, previewing, and shipping Jamstack sites.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Guillermo Rauch
  • Industries: Apps, Developer Platform, Internet, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $163,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 15 (Salesforce Ventures, GGV Capital, Greenoaks Capital, CRV, Tiger Global Management)

You can find their website here.

237) Fireflies.ai

Fireflies.ai

Fireflies.ai provides an AI Meeting assistant that records, transcribes, and organizes meeting notes in a searchable format.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Krish Ramineni, Sam Udotong
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Meeting Software, Messaging, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $19,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 12 (Khosla Ventures, Canaan Partners, Right Side Capital Management, Coelius Capital, Rough Draft Ventures)

You can find their website here.

238) Lyra Health

Lyra Health

Lyra assists businesses in improving their employees' access to good mental health care.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: David Ebersman, Dena Bravata
  • Industries: Employee Benefits, Health Care, Information Services, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $675,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 21 (Fidelity Management and Research Company, Addition, Casdin Capital, Institutional Venture Partners, Greylock)

You can find their website here.

239) Whatfix

Whatfix

Whatfix is a digital platform that makes it easier for organizations to streamline their training and support operations by providing contextual information.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Khadim Batti, Varakumar Namburu
  • Industries: Enterprise Applications, Enterprise Software, Information Services, Information Technology, Training
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $139,845,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 18 (Square, SoftBank Vision Fund, Sequoia Capital India, F-Prime Capital, Dragoneer Investment Group)

You can find their website here.

240) GitHub

GitHub

GitHub is a code hosting site that enables developers to create software for both open-source and private projects in businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Chris Wanstrath, PJ Hyett, Scott Chacon, Tom Preston-Werner
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Developer Tools, Internet, Project Management, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $350,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 7 (Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, SV Angel, Institutional Venture Partners, Thrive Capital)

You can find their website here.

241) Exabeam

Exabeam

Exabeam is a cybersecurity firm that offers a cloud platform to make security operations easier.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Domingo Mihovilovic, Nir Polak, Sylvain Gil
  • Industries: Analytics, Big Data, Cloud Security, Cyber Security
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $390,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 10 (Norwest Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Owl Rock Capital, Acrew Capital)

You can find their website here.

242) Shippo

Shippo

Shippo is a shipping platform that makes it easier for e-commerce businesses to manage their shipping operations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Laura Behrens Wu, Max M. Diez, Simon Kreuz
  • Industries: B2B, E-Commerce, Logistics, Software, Supply Chain Management
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $154,275,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 19 (Bessemer Venture Partners, FundersClub, 500 Startups, BoxGroup, Slow Ventures)

You can find their website here.

243) Ethos

Ethos

Ethos Life is a life insurance company that offers modern and ethical policies to protect people's lives.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Lingke Wang, Peter Colis
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, Insurance, InsurTech, Life Insurance
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $306,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 15 (Goldman Sachs, General Catalyst, Sequoia Capital, GV, Accel)

You can find their website here.

244) IRL

IRL

Social Messaging happens in real life! Join groups that interest you, and communicate with your pals! Your social life is boosted with IRL.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Abraham Shafi, Henry Khachatryan, Krutal Desai, Scott Banister
  • Industries: Apps, Mobile Apps, Social, Social Media, Social Network
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $197,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 12 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Founders Fund, 500 Startups, Goodwater Capital, Cyan Banister)

You can find their website here.

245) Docker

Docker

Docker is a free and open platform for developing, delivering, and running distributed apps.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Solomon Hykes
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Open Source, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $330,855,439
  • Funding rounds: 11
  • Number of investors: 31 (Goldman Sachs, Salesforce Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Insight Partners, Y Combinator)

You can find their website here.

246) Incorta

Incorta

Incorta creates an analytics platform that accelerates the ingestion of corporate data.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Hichem Sellami, Klaus Fabian, Matthew Halliday, Osama Elkady
  • Industries: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Cloud Data Services, Data Visualization
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $192,617,491
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 10 (GV, Silicon Valley Bank, Kleiner Perkins, Telstra Ventures, Wipro Ventures)

You can find their website here.

247) Fivetran

Fivetran

Connectors from cloud apps, databases, and event logs are automatically synced into users' data warehouses using Fivetran.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: George Fraser, Taylor Brown
  • Industries: Analytics, Cloud Data Services, Data Integration, Enterprise Software, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $163,108,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 6 (General Catalyst, Andreessen Horowitz, Y Combinator, Matrix Partners, ACE & Company)

You can find their website here.

248) Nylas

Nylas

Nylas is an API platform that enables developers to create features that link to any email, calendar, or contact provider on the planet.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Christine Spang, Gleb Polyakov, Michael Grinich
  • Industries: Cloud Infrastructure, Communications Infrastructure, Developer APIs, Email, SaaS
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $175,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 28 (SV Angel, Spark Capital, Tiger Global Management, Betaworks, Citi Ventures)

You can find their website here.

249) NerdWallet

NerdWallet

NerdWallet assists customers in locating the best credit cards and mortgage rates, as well as refinancing student loans.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Jacob Gibson, Tim Chen
  • Industries: Advice, Consumer, Internet, Personal Finance
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $105,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 13 (RRE Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Silicon Valley Bank, iGlobe Partners, Core Innovation Capital)

You can find their website here.

250) Credit Sesame

Credit Sesame

Credit Sesame is a credit and loan startup that automates and simplifies consumer credit and loan administration.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Adrian Nazari
  • Industries: Credit, Credit Cards, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $171,450,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 16 (Menlo Ventures, Stanford University, Plug and Play Tech Center, IA Capital Group, Nimble Ventures)

You can find their website here.

251) Carta

Carta

Carta is developing a global ownership management platform to assist businesses, investors, and employees in managing their investments.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Henry Ward, Manu Kumar
  • Industries: Finance, FinTech, Software, Stock Exchanges
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $627,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 17
  • Number of investors: 72 (Alumni Ventures Group, Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, SV Angel, Spark Capital)

You can find their website here.

252) Airbase

Airbase

Airbase is an all-in-one spend management tool that aids financial control and visibility for businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Thejo Kote
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $90,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 17 (Craft Ventures, First Round Capital, Menlo Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, BoxGroup)

You can find their website here.

253) KeepTruckin

KeepTruckin

KeepTruckin is a service that assists trucking companies in managing their fleets and ensuring that their drivers are legally logging their hours.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Obaid Khan, Ryan Johns, Shoaib Makani
  • Industries: Fleet Management, Logistics, SaaS, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $417,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 14 (BlackRock, Index Ventures, Greenoaks Capital, GV, Institutional Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

254) Bitwise

Bitwise

Bitwise is a bitcoin index fund manager that assists individuals, investment managers, and institutions in navigating the cryptocurrency landscape.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Elad Gil, Hong Kim, Hunter Horsley
  • Industries: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Financial Services, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $84,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 52 (General Catalyst, Blockchain Capital, Khosla Ventures, Craft Ventures, Elad Gil)

You can find their website here.

255) CommerceIQ

CommerceIQ

CommerceIQ is an omnichannel management software that helps large brands enhance e-commerce sales using machine learning and automation.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Guru Hariharan
  • Industries: Consumer Goods, E-Commerce, Machine Learning, Sales, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $80,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 4 (Insight Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Shasta Ventures, Trinity Ventures)

You can find their website here.

256) Pipefy

Pipefy

Process management, workflow, process automation, and task management are all areas where Pipefy excels.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro Johann, Magnus Arantes
  • Industries: Information Technology, SaaS, Sales Automation, Software, Task Management
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $63,737,500
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 16 (FundersClub, Founders Fund, 500 Startups, Insight Partners, Valor Capital Group)

You can find their website here.

257) Sift

Sift

Sift detects fraud and improves user experience by using insights from a worldwide network of data.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Brandon Ballinger, Jason Tan
  • Industries: Analytics, Big Data, Fraud Detection, Machine Learning, Network Security, Predictive Analytics
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $156,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 21 (First Round Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Glassdoor, SV Angel, Spark Capital)

You can find their website here.

258) DeepMap

DeepMap

DeepMap is advancing safe autonomy by offering the greatest autonomous mapping and localization solutions in the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: James Wu, Mark Wheeler
  • Industries: Autonomous Vehicles, Computer, Machine Learning, Mapping Services, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $92,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 8 (Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, Generation Investment Management, GSR Ventures, Robert Bosch Venture Capital)

You can find their website here.

259) Wristcam

Wristcam

Wearables with Computer Vision

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Adam Korbl, Ari Roisman, Jonathan Caras, Matt Frischer, Roi Ginat
  • Industries: Apps, Communication Hardware, Photography, Real Time, Software, Telecommunications, Video, Video Chat, Video Streaming, Wearables
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $76,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 16 (Menlo Ventures, Qihoo 360 Technology, Eniac Ventures, Square Peg Capital, Two Sigma Ventures)

You can find their website here.

260) Lime

Lime

Lime makes it possible for individuals to get around their cities in a cost-effective and convenient manner while reducing their carbon footprint.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Adam Zhang, Brad Bao, Caen Contee, Charlie Gao, Kazuma Furuki, Toby Sun
  • Industries: Cycling, Last Mile Transportation, Mobile Apps, Ride Sharing, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $945,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 13
  • Number of investors: 50 (GGV Capital, FJ Labs, Uber, Andreessen Horowitz, Fidelity Management and Research Company)

You can find their website here.

261) Cerebral

Cerebral

Cerebral is a telemedicine startup specializing in mental health that provides online care and drug management for anxiety and depression.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Ho Anh, Kyle Robertson
  • Industries: Health Care, Medical, mHealth, Wellness
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $162,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 12 (Gaingels, Liquid 2 Ventures, City Light Capital, Oak HC/FT, Artis Ventures (AV))

You can find their website here.

262) DataStax

DataStax

Built on Apache CassandraTM and the StargateTM open source API platform, DataStax is an open, multi-cloud stack for modern data apps.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Jonathan Ellis, Matt Pfeil
  • Industries: Big Data, Cloud Data Services, Database, Enterprise Software, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $227,571,788
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 19 (Sequoia Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Jason Calacanis, Lightspeed Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

263) Salt Security

Salt Security

Salt Security is an API protection technology that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to prevent threats.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Michael Nicosia, Roey Eliyahu
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Developer APIs, Machine Learning
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $131,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 13 (Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, DFJ Growth, Advent Technologies, Alkeon Capital)

You can find their website here.

264) Guideline

Guideline

Guideline is a retirement plan platform for developing organizations that provides an all-inclusive 401(k) and full-stack solution.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Jeremy Caballero, Kevin Busque, Mike Nelson
  • Industries: Finance, FinTech, Insurance, Retirement, Small and Medium Businesses
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $339,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 15 (General Atlantic, New Enterprise Associates, Felicis Ventures, 500 Startups, SV Angel)

You can find their website here.

265) Snackpass

Snackpass

Snackpass is a social commerce network that focuses on local restaurant mobile order pickup.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Jamie Marshall, Jonathan Cameron, Kevin Tan
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Food and Beverage, Food Delivery, Mobile Apps, Restaurants
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $95,637,064
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 35 (David Grutman, HartBeat Ventures, Kevin Jonas, General Catalyst, Craft Ventures)

You can find their website here.

266) Nextdoor

Nextdoor

Nextdoor is an app that allows you to connect with the neighborhoods that are important to you.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Adam Ginsburg, David Wiesen, Madison Bell, Nirav Tolia, Prakash Janakiraman, Sarah Leary
  • Industries: CivicTech, Communities, Internet, Mobile Apps, Private Social Networking, Social Media, Social News
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $392,887,161
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 24 (SV Angel, Tiger Global Management, Insight Partners, GV, Slow Ventures)

You can find their website here.

267) Helix

Helix

Helix is a population genomics firm dedicated to furthering genomics research and integrating genomic data into clinical care.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: James Lu, Justin Kao, Scott Burke
  • Industries: Big Data, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Genetics, Health Care, Personal Health
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $403,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (National Institutes of Health, Mayo Clinic, Temasek Holdings, Casdin Capital, Warburg Pincus)

You can find their website here.

268) The Pill Club

The Pill Club

The Pill Club is an online birth control prescription service that also offers home delivery.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Kevin Chung, Nicholas Chang
  • Industries: Delivery, Health Care, Medical, mHealth
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $103,554,570
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (500 Startups, GV, Shasta Ventures, Base10 Partners, VMG Partners)

You can find their website here.

269) Primer

Primer

Primer is a text analytics company that creates software that automates the study of textual data.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Sean Gourley
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Content, Data Visualization, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $168,049,995
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 17 (Lux Capital, Crosslink Capital, Addition, DCVC, Sands Capital Ventures)

You can find their website here.

270) Handshake

Handshake

Handshake is a collegiate career networking site that assists students and recent graduates in finding their next job.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Ben Christensen, Garrett Lord, Scott Ringwelski
  • Industries: College Recruiting, Employment, Human Resources, Recruiting
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $234,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 19 (EQT Ventures, GGV Capital, True Ventures, Reach Capital, Spark Capital)

You can find their website here.

271) Grabango

Grabango

Grabango is the industry leader in self-checkout technology for large-scale grocery and convenience stores.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Will Glaser
  • Industries: Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Retail Technology, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $73,175,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 19 (Founders Fund, Abstract Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Unilever Ventures, Accomplice)

You can find their website here.

272) Figure

Figure

Figure is a fintech firm that uses blockchain technology to provide financial services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Alana Ackerson, Cynthia Chen, June Ou, Michael Cagney, Sara Priola
  • Industries: Blockchain, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $1,546,588,888
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 28 (DST Global, Ribbit Capital, Digital Currency Group, DCM Ventures, JP Morgan)

You can find their website here.

273) Cohesity

Cohesity

Backups, test/dev, file services, and analytics are all supported by Cohesity's hyperconverged secondary storage.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Mohit Aron
  • Industries: Analytics, Cloud Computing, Data Center, Data Storage, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $660,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 22 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Battery Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Foundation Capital, GV)

You can find their website here.

274) Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods

Impossible Foods focuses on the development of plant-based meat, dairy, and fish alternatives.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Monte Casino, Patrick Brown
  • Industries: Food and Beverage, Food Processing, Nutrition, Organic Food
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $1,587,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 16
  • Number of investors: 53 (Khosla Ventures, Temasek Holdings, Microsoft, Bill Gates, GV)

You can find their website here.

275) Doximity

Doximity

Doximity is the most popular digital platform for doctors.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 1993
  • Founders: Jeff Tangney, Nate Gross, Shari Buck
  • Industries: Health Care, Internet, Medical, Mobile Apps, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $81,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 6 (Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, Emergence, Threshold, InterWest Partners)

You can find their website here.

276) Rubrik

Rubrik

Rubrik combines business data management with web-scale IT to provide realtime data access for recovery and application development.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Arvind Jain, Arvind Nithrakashyap, Bipul Sinha, Soham Mazumdar
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Cloud Data Services, Information Technology, Security, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $553,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 11 (Khosla Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Greylock)

You can find their website here.

277) Brex

Brex

Brex is a fintech firm that provides credit cards and cash management services to customers who want to save and spend money.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Henrique Dubugras, Pedro Franceschi
  • Industries: Banking, Credit Cards, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $1,157,120,000
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 50 (DST Global, Ribbit Capital, GIC, SV Angel, TCV)

You can find their website here.

278) SpotOn

SpotOn

SpotOn creates revenue-generating software and payment solutions for enterprises.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Doron Friedman, Matt Hyman, Zach Hyman
  • Industries: Marketing Automation, Payments, Point of Sale, SaaS, Transaction Processing
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $315,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 9 (DST Global, Andreessen Horowitz, Franklin Templeton Investments, Dragoneer Investment Group, Mubadala)

You can find their website here.

279) BetterUp

BetterUp

BetterUp is a Fortune 500 company's mobile-based leadership development platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Alexi Robichaux, Eddie Medina
  • Industries: Corporate Training, Education, Personal Development, Training
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $269,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 19 (Salesforce Ventures, SV Angel, Crosslink Capital, Sapphire Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

280) Niantic

Niantic

Niantic develops augmented reality platforms for current and future AR hardware generations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: John Hanke, Phil Keslin
  • Industries: Augmented Reality, Internet, Software, Video Games, Virtual Reality
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $470,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 20 (Founders Fund, Google, Battery Ventures, Spark Capital, CRV)

You can find their website here.

281) TRM Labs

TRM Labs

TRM Labs keeps track of digital asset transactions to keep financial institutions safe from fraud and money laundering.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Esteban Castaño, Rahul Raina
  • Industries: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $19,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 12 (Blockchain Capital, Alumni Ventures Group, Bessemer Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, Y Combinator)

You can find their website here.

282) Ridecell

Ridecell

For automobile rental firms, Ridecell provides car-sharing, ride-sharing, short-term leases, and autonomous vehicle fleet services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Aarjav Trivedi, ArunKumar Elangovan, Steve Dickerson
  • Industries: Automotive, Autonomous Vehicles, Car Sharing, Fleet Management, Ride Sharing, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $134,754,653
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 29 (Square, General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Y Combinator)

You can find their website here.

283) Turntide Technologies

Turntide Technologies

Turntide Technologies is a smart motor system developer.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Mark Johnston, Piyush Desai, Trevor Creary
  • Industries: Energy Efficiency, GreenTech, Industrial Automation, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $207,117,514
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 11 (FootPrint Coalition, Fifth Wall, BMW i Ventures, Bradley Horowitz, Tony Fadell)

You can find their website here.

284) Kodiak Robotics

Kodiak Robotics

Kodiak Robotics is a long-haul transportation company that develops autonomous technologies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Don Burnette, Paz Eshel
  • Industries: Autonomous Vehicles, Information Technology, Logistics, Robotics, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $40,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 6 (Battery Ventures, CRV, Lightspeed Venture Partners, BMW i Ventures, Tusk Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

285) HashiCorp

HashiCorp

HashiCorp is a remote-first firm that handles infrastructure development, security, and operational problems.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Armon Dadgar, Mitchell Hashimoto
  • Industries: Cloud Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Information Technology, Infrastructure, Private Cloud, Productivity Tools, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $349,175,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 11 (Bessemer Venture Partners, GGV Capital, True Ventures, TCV, T. Rowe Price)

You can find their website here.

286) Datavant

Datavant

Datavant is a healthcare data solutions provider that helps organizations exchange, preserve, and match health data.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Travis May
  • Industries: Biopharma, Clinical Trials, Data Integration, Health Care, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $80,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 8 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Founders Fund, Roivant Sciences, Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JJDC, Cigna Ventures)

You can find their website here.

287) Synctera

Synctera

Synctera is a FinTech-as-a-Service platform that connects fintech startups with financial institutions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Dominik Weisserth, Kris Hansen, Peter Hazlehurst
  • Industries: Banking, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $45,400,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 13 (Gaingels, Mastercard, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Diagram Ventures, Fin Venture Capital)

You can find their website here.

288) LambdaTest

LambdaTest

Users can use LambdaTest to test public or locally hosted web apps on a variety of browsers, operating systems, and devices.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Asad Khan, Jay Singh
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Data Integration, Developer Tools, Usability Testing
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $25,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 9 (Sequoia Capital India, Entrée Capital, Gokul Rajaram, Blume Ventures, Wamda Capital)

You can find their website here.

289) Alation

Alation

Alation provides a machine learning data catalog to assist users in locating, comprehending, and trusting data throughout their companies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Aaron Kalb, Feng Niu, Satyen Sangani, Venky Ganti
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Data Integration, Machine Learning
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $191,950,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 16 (General Catalyst, Salesforce Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Sapphire Ventures, Dell Technologies Capital)

You can find their website here.

290) Medallion

Medallion

For the healthcare market, Medallion offers a network management platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Derek Lo
  • Industries: Health Care, Information Technology, Management Information Systems
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $20,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 12 (BoxGroup, Spark Capital, Elad Gil, Optum Ventures, Susa Ventures)

You can find their website here.

291) Deserve

Deserve

Deserve provides young people with fair credit products as well as a cloud-based credit card platform for businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Kalpesh Kapadia, Michael Hallinan
  • Industries: Big Data, Credit Cards, Financial Services, FinTech, Internet, Mobile Payments
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $287,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 9
  • Number of investors: 18 (Alumni Ventures Group, Mastercard, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Accel)

You can find their website here.

292) Innovaccer

Innovaccer

Innovaccer is a healthcare data activation platform that provides healthcare by using cutting-edge analytics and open data.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Abhinav Shashank, Kanav Hasija, Kanav Hasija, Sandeep Gupta, Sandeep K Gupta
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Health Care, Information Services
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $229,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 19 (Sequoia Capital India, 500 Startups, Tiger Global Management, B Capital Group, Lightspeed Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

293) Slintel

Slintel

Slintel captures buying intent using technographics to assist businesses in identifying potential purchasers in their target market.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Deepak Anchala, Rahul Bhattacharya, Ranjana TN
  • Industries: Business Intelligence, Information Technology, Lead Generation, Marketing Automation, Sales Automation
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $26,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 8 (Sequoia Capital India, GGV Capital, Accel, Stellaris Venture Partners, Helion Venture Partners)

You can find their website here.

294) Imply

Imply

Imply is a multi-cloud data platform for event-driven and streaming data flows that provides real-time ingestion and visualizations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Fangjin Yang, Gian Merlino, Vadim Ogievetsky
  • Industries: Analytics, Big Data, Data Visualization, Enterprise Software, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $115,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 5 (Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Tiger Global Management, Geodesic Capital)

You can find their website here.

295) Coda

Coda

Coda is a brand-new document that brings together words, data, and teams.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Alex DeNeui, Shishir Mehrotra
  • Industries: Apps, Collaboration, Document Management, Internet, Mobile Apps, Product Management, Productivity Tools, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $140,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 14 (General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Madrona Venture Group, Greylock)

You can find their website here.

296) Uphold

Uphold

Uphold is a cryptocurrency wallet and trading platform that makes cryptocurrencies and other assets affordable and accessible to the general public.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Halsey Minor
  • Industries: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $15,521,761
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (Crowdcube, Venovate)

You can find their website here.

297) Samsara

Samsara

The Connected Operations Cloud was invented by Samsara.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: John Bicket, Sanjit Biswas
  • Industries: Electronics, Internet of Things, SaaS, Sensor, Software
  • Number of employees: 1001-5000
  • Funding: $930,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 9 (General Catalyst, General Atlantic, Andreessen Horowitz, Tiger Global Management, Franklin Templeton Investments)

You can find their website here.

298) Forge

Forge

Forge (previously Equidate) is a platform for private equity, allowing private and institutional investors access to leading pre-IPO companies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrea Walne, Gil Silberman, Samvit Ramadurgam, Sohail Prasad
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Marketplace
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $238,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 31 (Temasek Holdings, Cyan Banister, Draper Associates, Tim Draper, Peter Thiel)

You can find their website here.

299) Strava

Strava

Strava is an online platform that allows runners and cyclists to track their activities, compare their results, and compete with their peers.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2009
  • Founders: Mark Gainey, Mark Shaw, Michael Horvath, Yandong Liu
  • Industries: Fitness, Internet, Mobile, Social Network, Sports
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $151,850,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 7 (Sequoia Capital, TCV, Dragoneer Investment Group, Jackson Square Ventures, Sigma Partners)

You can find their website here.

300) Aclima

Aclima

Block by block, putting air pollution and greenhouse gases on the map to cut emissions, promote public health, and advance equity.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Davida Herzl, Reuben Herzl
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Environmental Engineering, GovTech, Information Technology, Internet of Things, Pollution Control, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $64,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 16 (Splunk, Emerson Collective, Kapor Capital, Social Capital, GingerBread Capital)

You can find their website here.

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