New York City tech continues to amaze us in 2018. New York is a city where dreams come true and it is not surprising to see so many new startups this year that promise to drive innovation and keep the fintech scene well-funded from the NYC investors.
Yellowstone Capital LLC recently reviewed the best startups of New York. These startups are all less than 5-year old and almost all of them vow to make excellent impact on the technology in the next 12 months.
Here are some of our favorites.
Call9 – This startup raised 24 million dollars in 2017. Call9 wants to reduce the number of trips to the emergency room by delivering emergency healthcare directly to the bedside of patient. Since launch, it has raised total of 34 million dollars.
mParticle – Partnered with Snapchat, the mParticle raised 35 million dollars. This startup coordinates customer experience better across multiple devices and this includes mobile phone, television and internet.
Away – Founded by former Warby Parker employees, Away startup is a travel brand that makes technology-related products include smart luggage. Their founders are recognized in Forbes 30 under 30.
Resy – This startup raised 15 million dollars. Resy has made an application that allows you to book reservations in the coolest spots in the city. So, if you want to make sure that you sit in particular area of restaurant, Resy can take care of it.
Bizly – This is similar to Resy but is made for businesses. It allows business houses to book spaces in hotels and restaurants. With just few clicks, the company can use the Bizly platform to book and reserve the venue of their choice.
ConsenSys – This is a venture capital company that helps other startups raise funds in blockchain-related projects. The contributors can contribute to these projects using bitcoin or ethereum. In 2017 alone, ConsenSys helped many companies raise capital and even opened an office in London.