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Top 51 Startups in Seattle in 2024

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1) Outreach

Outreach

Outreach is a sales interaction software that employs artificial intelligence (AI) for sales forecasting.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Andrew Kinzer, Gordon Hempton, Manny Medina, Wes Hather
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, CRM, Enterprise Software, SaaS, Sales, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $489,018,000
  • Funding rounds: 10
  • Number of investors: 33 (Techstars, Salesforce Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Spark Capital, Tiger Global Management)

You can find their website here.

2) Flyhomes

Flyhomes

Flyhomes is a real estate brokerage platform that assists customers throughout the home-buying process.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Stephen Lane, Tushar Garg
  • Industries: Financial Services, FinTech, Information Technology, Real Estate
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $310,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 13 (Battery Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Shasta Ventures, Canvas Ventures)

You can find their website here.

3) Rover

Rover

Rover is an online pet-sitting and dog-walking marketplace that connects pet parents with sitters and walkers.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Aaron Easterly, Greg Gottesman, Philip Kimmey
  • Industries: Consumer, Marketplace, Pet
  • Number of employees: 5001-10000
  • Funding: $310,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 11
  • Number of investors: 18 (First Round Capital, Menlo Ventures, Spark Capital, Petco, TCV)

You can find their website here.

4) Remitly

Remitly

Remitly is a mobile payments service that allows customers to send money internationally from one person to another.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Joshua Hug, Matthew Oppenheimer, Shivaas Gulati
  • Industries: Financial Services, FinTech, Payments
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $505,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 13
  • Number of investors: 29 (Goldman Sachs, Techstars, QED Investors, Visa, International Finance Corporation)

You can find their website here.

5) Convoy

Convoy

Convoy is the most efficient digital freight network in the country.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Dan Lewis, Grant Goodale
  • Industries: Freight Service, Logistics, Service Industry, Supply Chain Management, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $665,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 45 (Jeff Bezos, T. Rowe Price, Y Combinator, G Squared, Greylock)

You can find their website here.

6) Arrived Homes

Arrived Homes

Arrived Homes is a company that provides rental property investment services to help people become financially independent.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Alejandro Chouza, Kenneth Cason, Ryan Frazier
  • Industries: Financial Services, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment, Rental Property
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $37,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 10 (Spencer Rascoff, Good Friends, Bezos Expeditions, Dara Khosrowshahi, Core Innovation Capital)

You can find their website here.

7) Stackline

Stackline

Stackline is a retail intelligence and software firm that offers e-commerce tools, data, and services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Michael Lagoni, Michael Masaki, Mitchell Keidan, Rajan Ramasamy
  • Industries: Analytics, E-Commerce, Machine Learning, Retail Technology, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $180,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 2 (TA Associates, GS Growth)

You can find their website here.

8) Coinme

Coinme

Coinme is a digital currency exchange with the goal of making digital currency more accessible to the general public.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Michael Smyers, Neil Bergquist
  • Industries: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, FinTech, Virtual Currency
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $19,080,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 4 (Pantera Capital, Digital Currency Group, Blockchain.com Ventures, Xpring)

You can find their website here.

9) ExtraHop

ExtraHop

ExtraHop delivers total visibility, real-time detection, and intelligent reaction through cloud-native network detection and response.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Jesse Rothstein, Raja Mukerji
  • Industries: Cyber Security, Enterprise Software, IT Management, Network Security, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $61,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 6 (TCV, Madrona Venture Group, Meritech Capital Partners, Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz)

You can find their website here.

10) Leafly

Leafly

Leafly is the leading cannabis marketplace and resource in the world.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2010
  • Founders: Brian Wansolich, Cy Scott, Scott Vickers
  • Industries: Cannabis, Marketing, Mobile
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $40,808,437
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 1 (Fireman Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

11) Zipwhip

Zipwhip

Zipwhip is a text-enabled phone number service that enables people and organizations have more successful interactions.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Anthony Riemma, John Larson, John Lauer, Michael Smyers
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, Messaging, SaaS, Software, Telecommunications
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $91,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 8 (GS Growth, M12, Voyager Capital, OpenView, GCI Com)

You can find their website here.

12) Highspot

Highspot

Highspot is an AI-powered sales enablement tool that helps firms all around the world increase their sales teams' effectiveness.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: David Wortendyke, Oliver Sharp, Robert Wahbe, Scot Gellock
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise Software, SaaS, Sales Automation, Software
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $396,850,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 10 (Salesforce Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Sapphire Ventures, ICONIQ Capital, Madrona Venture Group)

You can find their website here.

13) Qumulo

Qumulo

Qumulo is a file data platform for large-scale file data in multi-cloud environments.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Aaron Passey, Neal Fachan, Peter Godman
  • Industries: Big Data, Cloud Data Services, Cloud Storage, Data Storage, Enterprise Software, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $347,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 13 (Goldman Sachs, Madrona Venture Group, DCVC, Western Digital, Highland Capital Partners)

You can find their website here.

14) Cabana

Cabana

Cabana is a new travel company that converts vans into bookable mobile hotels.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Scott Kubly
  • Industries: Hospitality, Transportation, Travel
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $13,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 10 (Craft Ventures, Gaingels, Jason Calacanis, LAUNCH, Goldcrest Capital)

You can find their website here.

15) Lexion

Lexion

Lexion is a contract management firm powered by artificial intelligence.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Emad Elwany, Guarav Oberoi
  • Industries: Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $15,200,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 3 (Khosla Ventures, Madrona Venture Group, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati)

You can find their website here.

16) YourBase

YourBase

For fast-growing development teams, YourBase accelerates software testing.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: John Ewart, Yves Junqueira
  • Industries: Apps, Cloud Infrastructure, Developer Tools, Information Technology, Open Source, PaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $5,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 3 (Lightspeed Venture Partners, Fathom Capital, Unusual Ventures)

You can find their website here.

17) Umoja Biopharma

Umoja Biopharma

Umoja Biopharma is a biopharmaceutical business based in Mumbai, India.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Andrew Scharenberg, Ryan Crisman
  • Industries: Biopharma, Biotechnology, Developer Platform, Information Technology
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $263,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 11 (SoftBank Vision Fund, Temasek Holdings, Casdin Capital, Cormorant Asset Management, Presight Capital)

You can find their website here.

18) Logixboard

Logixboard

Logixboard is a customer interaction tool that assists businesses in managing and controlling their freight operations.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Juan Alvarez, Julian Alvarez
  • Industries: CRM, Freight Service, Logistics
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $18,750,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 10 (Techstars, Redpoint, Liquid 2 Ventures, F-Prime Capital, Social Leverage)

You can find their website here.

19) Moz

Moz

Moz is a software company that specializes in inbound marketing analytics.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2004
  • Founders: Gillian Muessig, Rand Fishkin
  • Industries: Advertising, Analytics, Big Data, Search Engine, SEO, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $29,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (Foundry Group, Ignition Partners, Curious Office Partners)

You can find their website here.

20) KenSci

KenSci

KenSci provides healthcare AI platforms and prediction tools for clinical workflows, cost management, and hospital operations. #DeathVsDataScience.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Ankur Teredesai, David Hazel, Samir Manjure
  • Industries: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Health Care, Machine Learning, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $30,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 5 (Polaris Partners, Mindset Ventures, OUP (Osage University Partners), Ignition Partners, UL Ventures)

You can find their website here.

21) Rainway

Rainway

Rainway is a web-based game streaming platform that allows players to play their favorite PC games on a variety of devices, allowing them to play whenever and wherever they choose.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Andrew Sampson, Evan Banyash
  • Industries: Hardware, PC Games, Video Games
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $5,145,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (Techstars, GoAhead Ventures, Techstars Seattle Accelerator)

You can find their website here.

22) FLEXE

FLEXE

FLEXE is a warehousing technology platform that assists businesses in expanding their distribution networks.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Edmond Yue, Francis Duong, Karl Siebrecht
  • Industries: Cloud Computing, E-Commerce, Logistics, SaaS, Supply Chain Management, Warehousing
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $144,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 11
  • Number of investors: 15 (Alumni Ventures Group, SV Angel, Tiger Global Management, T. Rowe Price, Redpoint)

You can find their website here.

23) Ganaz

Ganaz

Ganaz is North America's premier people platform for agriculture and food manufacturing.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Hannah Freeman, Sri Artham
  • Industries: Agriculture, Information Services, Information Technology, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $10,415,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 14 (Bessemer Venture Partners, Techstars, AgFunder, Trilogy Equity Partners, Founders' Co-op)

You can find their website here.

24) Syndio Solutions

Syndio Solutions

Syndio Solutions is an HR Analytics firm dedicated to promoting workplace equity.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Zev Eigen
  • Industries: Analytics, Human Resources, Machine Learning, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $32,425,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 11 (Bessemer Venture Partners, Emerson Collective, Contour Venture Partners, Voyager Capital, Concrete Rose Capital)

You can find their website here.

25) Mason

Mason

For building and delivering single-use dedicated devices, a fully managed mobile infrastructure is available.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Jim Xiao
  • Industries: Android, Hardware, Mobile Devices
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $25,120,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 9 (GGV Capital, Y Combinator, Soma Capital, Social Capital, Coatue)

You can find their website here.

26) Karat

Karat

In the field of technical interviewing, Karat is unrivaled.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Jeffrey Spector, Mohit Bhende
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Recruiting, Software, Software Engineering
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $59,100,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 14 (GGV Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Tiger Global Management, 8VC, Founder Collective)

You can find their website here.

27) BigBox VR

BigBox VR

BigBox VR is a firm that is shaping the future of online multiplayer virtual reality games.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Chia Chin Lee, Gabe Brown
  • Industries: Gaming
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $6,450,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 4 (Shasta Ventures, Pioneer Square Labs, GSR Ventures, Outpost Capital)

You can find their website here.

28) Edge Delta

Edge Delta

Edge Delta is a stream processing platform for operational and security data observability, prediction, and anomaly detection.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Fatih Yildiz, Ozan Unlu
  • Industries: Computer, Machine Learning, Network Security, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $18,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 3 (Menlo Ventures, MaC Venture Capital, Amity Ventures)

You can find their website here.

29) Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

In the form of web services, Amazon Web Services supplies enterprises with information technology infrastructure services.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Andrew Jassy
  • Industries: Information Services, Information Technology, Software, Web Development
  • Number of employees: 10001+

You can find their website here.

30) Rad Power Bikes

Rad Power Bikes

We're designing a world where transportation is energy-efficient, pleasurable, and accessible to everyone at Rad Power Bikes.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2007
  • Founders: Mike Radenbaugh, Tyler Collins
  • Industries: CleanTech, Consumer Goods, Electric Vehicle, Manufacturing, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 501-1000
  • Funding: $175,320,365
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 8 (Fidelity Management and Research Company, Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, Vulcan Capital, The Rise Fund)

You can find their website here.

31) Algorithmia

Algorithmia

Algorithmia is a machine learning model deployment and management tool for organizations that automates MLOps.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2014
  • Founders: Diego Oppenheimer, Kenny Daniel
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Developer Tools, Machine Learning, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $38,080,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 11 (Norwest Venture Partners, Rakuten, Madrona Venture Group, Gradient Ventures, In-Q-Tel)

You can find their website here.

32) Seeq

Seeq

Seeq is a software startup that helps companies analyze process manufacturing data faster.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2012
  • Founders: Bob Moll, Brian Parsonnet, Jon Peterson, Mark Derbecker, Steve Sliwa
  • Industries: Analytics, Commercial, Industrial, Internet of Things, Software
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $115,223,642
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 11 (Insight Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Cisco, Next47, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures)

You can find their website here.

33) 98point6

98point6

Patients can get tailored consultations, diagnoses, and treatments through 98point6, a digital primary care service.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Gordon Cohen, Robbie Cape
  • Industries: Health Care, Health Diagnostics, Medical, mHealth, Mobile Apps
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $247,300,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 8 (Goldman Sachs, L Catterton, Activant Capital, Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division, Laurence D. Fink)

You can find their website here.

34) Twistle

Twistle

Twistle is a health-care platform that connects healthcare practitioners with patients, allowing them to get back on track faster.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Harjinder Sandhu, Jacob Reider, Kulmeet Singh
  • Industries: Enterprise Software, Health Care, Information Technology, Mobile Apps, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $37,760,066
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 5 (MassChallenge, Christiana Care Health Systems, Providence Ventures, Health Enterprise Partners, MemorialCare Innovation Fund)

You can find their website here.

35) Insent

Insent

Insent is a B2B conversational platform that finds prospects, alerts them, and routes them to real-time dialogues.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2018
  • Founders: Arjun Pillai, Prasanna Venkatesan
  • Industries: B2B, Marketing, Marketing Automation, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $2,120,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 5 (Techstars, Arka Venture Labs, Emergent Ventures, Techstars Seattle Accelerator, Arali Ventures)

You can find their website here.

36) Shelf Engine

Shelf Engine

Shelf Engine is a company that provides an automated prediction engine that calculates the ideal number of perishable foods to order.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Bede Jordan, Stefan Kalb
  • Industries: Grocery, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, Sales Automation, Waste Management
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $58,220,000
  • Funding rounds: 6
  • Number of investors: 13 (General Catalyst, GGV Capital, Foundation Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Y Combinator)

You can find their website here.

37) Rec Room

Rec Room

Rec Room is a virtual world where you may play and create games with your friends.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2016
  • Founders: Bilal Orhan, Cameron Brown, Dan Kroymann, John Bevis, Josh Wehrly, Nick Fajt
  • Industries: Augmented Reality, Software, Virtual Reality
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $149,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 7
  • Number of investors: 10 (Index Ventures, Sequoia Capital, First Round Capital, Betaworks, Madrona Venture Group)

You can find their website here.

38) DefinedCrowd

DefinedCrowd

DefinedCrowd is a trustworthy AI data partner, providing a comprehensive set of solutions aimed at making AI smarter.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Amy Du, Daniela Braga
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Data Center, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Software
  • Number of employees: 251-500
  • Funding: $63,600,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 15 (Mastercard, Sony, Sony Innovation Fund, Kibo Ventures, Amazon Alexa Fund)

You can find their website here.

39) bttn.

bttn.

bttn. offers subscription-based ordering with direct-from-manufacturer pricing, which can save consumers 20-40% on medical supplies.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2021
  • Founders: Jack Miller, JT Garwood
  • Industries: Health Care, Medical, Software
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $1,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 1
  • Number of investors: 1 (Amol Deshpande)

You can find their website here.

40) Pro.com

Pro.com

Pro.com is a digitally savvy general contractor.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Dean Falconer, Eric Wilson, Greg Meyer, Gregor Purdy, Matt Williams
  • Industries: Home Improvement, Home Renovation, Smart Home
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $60,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 18 (Goldman Sachs, Andreessen Horowitz, Jeff Bezos, Redpoint, Madrona Venture Group)

You can find their website here.

41) Dogecoin

Dogecoin

Dogecoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency that was created by IBM developers and is based on the popular doge meme.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Industries: Apps, Internet, Peer to Peer
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $30,000
  • Funding rounds: 1

You can find their website here.

42) Skilljar

Skilljar

Skilljar is a customer training platform that helps businesses enhance customer retention and expedite product uptake.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2013
  • Founders: Jason Stewart, Sandi Lin
  • Industries: B2B, Corporate Training, EdTech, Enterprise Software, Internet, SaaS, Software
  • Number of employees: 51-100
  • Funding: $53,218,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 12 (Techstars, Insight Partners, Shasta Ventures, Innovation Endeavors, Mayfield Fund)

You can find their website here.

43) Kineta

Kineta

Kineta's goal is to create cutting-edge therapies in the fields of autoimmune disease, viral disease, and chronic pain.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2008
  • Founders: Charles Magness, Shawn Iadonato
  • Industries: Biotechnology, Medical Device, Therapeutics
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $44,716,291
  • Funding rounds: 16
  • Number of investors: 10 (SFC Capital, Wellcome Trust, Keiretsu Capital, Keiretsu Forum, AngelMD)

You can find their website here.

44) Routable

Routable

Routable is a B2B payments platform that enables users to send and receive payments between businesses.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Omri Mor, Tom Harel
  • Industries: B2B, Finance, Information Technology, Payments, Small and Medium Businesses
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $46,019,709
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 24 (BoxGroup, Flexport, Y Combinator, Liquid 2 Ventures, Gokul Rajaram)

You can find their website here.

45) OctoML

OctoML

OctoML is a machine learning acceleration platform that allows engineering teams to deploy models on any hardware.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Jared Roesch, Jason Knight, Luis Ceze, Thierry Moreau, Tianqi Chen
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Computer, Machine Learning, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $46,900,000
  • Funding rounds: 3
  • Number of investors: 3 (Addition, Madrona Venture Group, Amplify Partners)

You can find their website here.

46) CLIPr

CLIPr

CLIPr is a video analysis and management (VAM) platform that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze and manage videos.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2020
  • Founders: Aaron Sloman, Cindy Chin, Humphrey Chen
  • Industries: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Software
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $6,325,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 1 (TBD Angels)

You can find their website here.

47) Possible Finance

Possible Finance

Possible Finance gives people the financial skills they need to get through their daily lives.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Anthony Huang, Prasad Mahendra, Tyler Conant
  • Industries: Finance, Financial Services, FinTech, Software
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $137,500,000
  • Funding rounds: 8
  • Number of investors: 11 (FJ Labs, Union Square Ventures, Hustle Fund, Canvas Ventures, Tom Williams)

You can find their website here.

48) RealSelf

RealSelf

RealSelf is a website where users may ask questions, share their experiences, and connect with specialists who specialize in cosmetic treatments.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2006
  • Founders: Tom Seery
  • Industries: Beauty, Cosmetics, Health Care, Internet
  • Number of employees: 101-250
  • Funding: $41,950,000
  • Funding rounds: 4
  • Number of investors: 12 (Alumni Ventures Group, Greenspring Associates, Blue Ivy Ventures, Elephant, Rich Barton)

You can find their website here.

49) Shipium

Shipium

Shipium is an e-commerce logistics startup that assists businesses in providing a speedier consumer experience.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2019
  • Founders: Jason Murray, Mac Brown
  • Industries: E-Commerce, Logistics
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $10,000,000
  • Funding rounds: 2
  • Number of investors: 5 (Good Friends, Trilogy Equity Partners, PSL Ventures, Christopher North, Darrell Cavens)

You can find their website here.

50) Wrench

Wrench

Wrench is an auto repair service provider with an online fleet management and maintenance platform.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Bill Beaver, Casey Willis, Doug Stevens, Ed Petersen, Michelle Virta
  • Industries: Customer Service, Service Industry, Software, Transportation
  • Number of employees: 1-10
  • Funding: $38,224,999
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 6 (Alumni Ventures Group, Madrona Venture Group, Vulcan Capital, Tenaya Capital, Marubeni)

You can find their website here.

51) Zap Energy

Zap Energy

Zap Energy is a fusion energy technology business that is developing a non-magnet fusion reactor.

Details of the startup:

  • Started in: 2017
  • Founders: Benj Conway, Brian Nelson, Uri Shumlak
  • Industries: Energy, Nuclear, Renewable Energy
  • Number of employees: 11-50
  • Funding: $42,800,000
  • Funding rounds: 5
  • Number of investors: 7 (Addition, Adam Morley, Energy Impact Partners, Lowercarbon Capital, Chevron Technology Ventures)

You can find their website here.

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