Uber for truckers. If it sounds like an idea that should have already happened, I’d say I agree. Concerns are why large, very well capitalized firms have not been able to solve this market, and why there doesn’t seem to be large progress in this world. Solid team that has good industry experience and generating revenue with relevant market.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) studio and distributor for medicine. The platform is called “Vital Recall.” Simply put: this company makes AR and VR experiences to help you visualize and understand the human body in a variety of settings, such as during clinical trial. Has revenue, solid valuation, large customers such as AstroZeneca and others.
Building an end-to-end platform for the rental space. Major sketchy things going on but also possibly the dream. Two-sided marketplace with sub $10MM valuation.
Building a wine store by pursuing a custom Fulfilled-by-Amazon model. Believes that it can build a more lucrative business by letting wineries hold the inventory while they just drive the digital marketing/online pricing angle. Could be interesting depending on whether they’re actually eliminating a middle man (e.g. becoming a marketplace for wineries to sell their own goods,) or if they’re just becoming a more efficient middle man.
Two sided marketplace that is going to be the Managed by Q for weddings.
Job eviscerating robotics company selling burger-flipping, french-frying robotic arm with product in the market.
SaaS company hoping to sell a dashboard to C-suite executives, starting out with CMOs. Has Sephora and Frontier as customers.
B2B blockchain powered security company selling most notably to financial companies Mastercard and Synchrony.
Indie company trying to build the DuckDuckGo version of smart displays, competing against Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
Company using new computer abilities (machine learning + robotics + 3D printing) to make better implants..